Music - support for non-native speakers of Romanian language. Case Study
Multiculturalism is a phenomenon frequently encountered not only in numerous countries, but also in Romania. Cohabitation based on respecting the cultural values of each ethnicity is natural and is the main cause of intercultural exchange, enriching each person involved. Absorption, integration of non-native people in a socio-professional environment is conditioned by communication, a good oral and written expression representing an important element of their lives.
This study is supposed to highlight a working method dedicated to learning a new language, learning through music. Our purpose is to expose the current situation of the capability of non-native speakers to express themselves in Romanian, to analyse the results obtained from an educative intervention through Romanian children folklore songs, on a class that has Hungarian as the learning language. We aim to confirm that the results will be represented by a substantial enrichment of children's vocabulary, a better understanding of a read text, and last but not least, an improved ability to express themselves in full sentences, phrases.
music involvement, case study, non-native speakers, children's songs, musical education