The Effects of Music on Students’ Ability to Recognize Letters
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ProgramMasters of Education
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The purpose for this study was to determine whether music influences a student’s ability to recognize letters. For this study there was a null hypothesis, that there would be no statistically significant difference in the average number of alphabet letters that students would recognize before and after treatment with songs. The subjects of the study were students in an Early Childhood Intervention classroom aged three to four years old. The data was derived through checklists of the students being able to identify capital letters from a field choice of two.