Music, languages and multilingualism
WHEN 23rd February 2020, 12.30 pm
WHERE Civic Theatre, Studio Space
DURATION 1 h
Whether it’s singing, clapping, playing instruments or dancing, music is always a powerful tool to communicate with children: It is a universal language, in which children can learn how express themselves. Music also offers a unique and fun approach to language learning, which can influence multilingual families and educators.
In this workshop Music Educator Dr Sezgin Inceel will show you practical techniques to share music with children and how to use music for language learning. The workshop is open to everyone! Parents and children, join us for a fun, creative, musical session!
Sezgin Inceel studied Music Education at the Marmara University, Istanbul (Turkey) and holds a PhD from the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich (Germany). His research interests include the relationship between music and language learning, transcultural music education and early childhood music education. He is founder of the platform music4words.com in order to promote music education for multilingualism.
HOW TO GET THERE:
Rua Red, the Civic and Tallaght Library are located in Belgard Square, Dublin 24, only seconds from the Tallaght Luas Stop.
BY BUS: 49, 54A, 65, 27, 75, 76, 76A, 77A
BY LUAS: Red Line to Tallaght