FBCS teams with music program to enhance curriculum
Jul 14, 2010 | 691 views | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Students at First Baptist Church School take part in the new Rosetta Stone in Spanish curriculum.
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First Baptist Church School staff has recently added two new programs to its already advanced curriculum. This fall, the students will be using the Rosetta Stone Spanish program to enhance their Spanish classes. They will also be utilizing a computerized music laboratory as part of their music program.

The Rosetta Stone Spanish Program is an internationally recognized program that teaches language naturally, the same way a child learns his first language. The student will be able not only to pronounce the words correctly but will also be able to spell and write accurately and engage in real-life conversations.

Rather than relying on silent textbooks, Yamaha Music in Education (MIE) uses custom-designed Yamaha keyboards, computer software and listening samples to clearly demonstrate musical concepts and provide every child with hands-on instruction in all aspects of music. MIE has helped raise student achievement in all subjects, improve student motivation and attendance, enhance problem-solving skills, and boost band and orchestra enrollment.
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