How to Pronounce “Papaya”

This video shows how we must have learned to pronounce the word PAPAYA. Pronouncing words (even the simplest) as little children learn how to talk is a challenging and an entertaining journey.  Dr. Roberta Michnick Golinkoff (from Howard’s “How babies learn to talk” in 2004), a noted infant language researcher, even declared that “language learning begins in the womb.”  So, how should parents support this … Continue reading How to Pronounce “Papaya”

Voice Drill Guide – CGC and Triads

A keyboard guide by JellSoL It is time for another voice drill guide.  I hope the first one has helped you master the general progression of triads when we do scales.  This video focuses on C to G back to C movement.  Different choir groups have different sounds or words for these notes.  Please feel free to follow the note progression in this video: C … Continue reading Voice Drill Guide – CGC and Triads

Thank you, CIS Staff.

An appreciation video by JellSoL   Thank you for this opportunity, CHOCO. I wish to thank all of these beautiful people. ALBERT, find inspiration from how you have witnessed me move from being a classroom teacher to being your library trainee.  My life as a teacher librarian has been a learning success mainly through your understanding and support.  Ganbatte, “Sasuke.” LORY, for all the titles … Continue reading Thank you, CIS Staff.

Rhythm in Music

A short music lesson by JellSoL You may wish to follow this video transcript: Let’s start with the main reason why every singer, choir member, and/or musician must know note values.  As emphasized in The Guardian in an article written by Marcus du Sautoy in 2011, he said “Certainly the grammar of music – rhythm and pitch – has mathematical foundations.”  This video focuses on … Continue reading Rhythm in Music