The problem of using songs in an English lesson.
The modern teacher knows: the more varied the classes, the easier it is for students to assimilate new material. Adding music to a lesson can make it more dynamic. Using songs in an English lesson has long been recognized as an effective method. Many works have been released on this topic, manuals and books with a list of exercises for certain popular compositions are increasingly appearing. It would seem that everyone likes the songs: from young to old, but is this really so? Why might such an effective method not work for the student?