Can listening to classical music help kids keep calm?
2019-05-15 00:00:00


AMNA NAWAZ: Living in a fast-paced, on-demandworld can be stressful.(1)
AMNA NAWAZ:生活在快节奏,随需应变的世界中可能会有压力。

Although many of us try to cope with the distractions,that can be a tough task for children.(2)
尽管我们中的许多人都试图应对分心,但这对儿童来说可能是一项艰巨的任务。

From PBS station WVIZ ideastream, David C.Barnett brings us the story of an educational(3)
从PBS站WVIZ ideastream,David C. Barnett带给我们一个教育的故事

program that combines the music of the ClevelandOrchestra with meditative techniques to promote(4)
将克利夫兰管弦乐团的音乐与冥想技巧相结合的节目

a sense of calm.(5)
一种平静的感觉。

It's part of our ongoing arts and culturecoverage, Canvas.(6)
这是我们正在进行的艺术和文化报道的一部分,Canvas。

DAVID C. BARNETT: Chase is a third-graderat Canterbury Elementary in Cleveland Heights.(7)
DAVID C. BARNETT:Chase是克利夫兰高地坎特伯雷小学的三年级学生。

He loves it when his mom cooks up some breakfastfor him before school, but that doesn't happen(8)
当他的妈妈在上学前为他做一些早餐时,他喜欢它,但这种情况不会发生

very often.(9)
常常。

STUDENT: Most of the time, when I wake up,she's gone to work.(10)
学生:大部分时间,当我醒来时,她都去上班了。

So, my dad has to get himself ready.(11)
所以,我爸爸必须做好准备。

He has to iron my clothes.(12)
他必须熨烫我的衣服。

He has to get my sister ready too.(13)
他也必须准备好我的妹妹。

DAVID C. BARNETT: But for the past year-and-a-half,he's been able to leave system of that stress(14)
大卫C. BARNETT:但在过去一年半的时间里,他已经能够摆脱压力系统

behind when he gets to the classroom.(15)
他走进教室后面。

Every morning at 9:00, students at Canterburystop for a moment and listen to a few minutes(16)
每天早上9点,坎特伯雷的学生停下来听几分钟

of Cleveland Orchestra music.(17)
克利夫兰乐团的音乐。

STUDENT: It's like when you're at home, it'scold outside and you're sitting by a fireplace.(18)
学生:就像你在家里,外面很冷,你坐在壁炉旁。

All this stuff that was stuck in my head,it goes away.(19)
所有这些东西都卡在我脑海里,它就消失了。

DAVID C. BARNETT: This exercise is part ofOhio-grown relaxation program called Mindful(20)
DAVID C. BARNETT:这项练习是俄亥俄州成长的放松计划Mindful的一部分

Music Moments.(21)
音乐时刻。

Chase's teacher, Jasmine Venson says the wholeschool does it at the same time.(22)
Chase的老师,Jasmine Venson说,整个学校同时做到了。

JASMINE VENSON, Teacher: We play it over theloudspeakers, and every classroom kind of(23)
老师JASMINE VENSON:我们通过扬声器和每个教室来演奏

individualizes it their own way.(24)
以自己的方式个性化。

Some classrooms have it where everybody isjust centered and their eyes are closed.(25)
有些教室有它,每个人都在中心,他们的眼睛是闭着的。

Others work on an activity while they're listening,but all classes participate.(26)
其他人在听的时候开展活动,但所有课程都参与其中。

DAVID C. BARNETT: The daily music segmentsare about four minutes' long in total, which(27)
DAVID C. BARNETT:每日音乐节目总长约四分钟

includes a brief spoken introduction, followedby a three-minute musical selection.(28)
包括简短的口头介绍,然后是三分钟的音乐选择。

JASMINE VENSON: For the whole week, you listento the same song, but there are different(29)
JASMINE VENSON:整整一周,你都听同一首歌,但也有不同

activities that are included each day of theweek, whether it be listen to the music, or(30)
一周中每天都包括的活动,无论是听音乐,还是

try to find the pace of the music, or tryto align your breath to the pace of the music,(31)
尝试找到音乐的节奏,或尝试调整音乐的节奏,

different things like that.(32)
不同的事情。

ERICA WIGTON, Principal, Canterbury ElementarySchool: We have kids coming from parents that(33)
ERICA WIGTON,坎特伯雷小学校长:我们有来自父母的孩子们

are just trying to make ends meet, workingthird shift, single parents.(34)
只是努力维持生计,工作第三班,单身父母。

So we try to make school like a special place.(35)
所以我们试着把学校变成一个特殊的地方。

That's one of the reasons we feel mindfulmusic is a great way to start the day, because(36)
这就是我们认为有意识的音乐是开始新一天的好方法的原因之一,因为

it recenters everyone, including myself.(37)
它会让每个人都感到欣慰,包括我自己。

We just take a deep breath, so we're not startingfrantically in that hyper mode at the start(38)
我们只是深吸一口气,所以我们不会在开始时以超模式疯狂地开始

of the day.(39)
当天

DAVID C. BARNETT: McKenna lives in ClevelandHeights with her mom.(40)
DAVID C. BARNETT:McKenna和妈妈一起住在克利夫兰高地。

She's a K-pop and a hip-hop fan, but she saysshe kind of likes this classical stuff that(41)
她是K-pop和嘻哈粉丝,但她说她喜欢这种经典的东西

she's been hearing in the mornings.(42)
她早上一直在听。

STUDENT: I like it a lot.(43)
学生:我非常喜欢。

I just kind of want to calm down.(44)
我只是想冷静下来。

I really have to rush to get ready.(45)
我真的要赶紧做好准备。

I have to eat breakfast really quickly.(46)
我必须很快吃早餐。

And so, when I get to school, it was like,uh, it's going to be a long day.(47)
所以,当我上学的时候,就好像,呃,这将是漫长的一天。

DAVID C. BARNETT: The program is currentlyin place at over 100 schools across the country.(48)
DAVID C. BARNETT:该计划目前已在全国100多所学校实施。

It's the brainchild of Cincinnati yoga andmovement educator Stacy Sims, who also helps(49)
这是辛辛那提瑜伽和运动教育家Stacy Sims的心血结晶,他们也提供帮助

trauma victims relax.(50)
创伤受害者放松。

STACY SIMS, Founder, Mindful Music Moments:I was at a school working every morning with(51)
STACY SIMS,创始人,Mindful Music Moments:我每天早上都在学校工作

refugee students, and I knew I could neverspend that much time in a school day in other(52)
难民学生,我知道在其他学校里,我永远不会花那么多时间

schools.(53)
学校。

But I heard the morning announcements.(54)
但我听到早上的公告。

And it occurred to me that could be a deliverysystem for some sort of mindful moment for(55)
在我看来,这可能是一个适合某种思维时刻的交付系统

all.(56)
所有。

And I had the idea to pair it with classicalmusic.(57)
我有想法将它与古典音乐配对。

JOAN KATZ NAPOLI, Cleveland Orchestra: Andwhen you hear about it, the light bulb just(58)
JOAN KATZ NAPOLI,克利夫兰管弦乐团:当你听到它时,灯泡就是这样

goes off.(59)
熄灭。

And I thought, we have got to try that outup here, in Cleveland.(60)
而且我想,我们必须在克利夫兰尝试这一点。

DAVID C. BARNETT: Joan Katz Napoli has runthe Cleveland Orchestra's educational efforts(61)
DAVID C. BARNETT:Joan Katz Napoli负责克利夫兰管弦乐团的教育工作

for the past 24 years, working with Clevelandarea schools to supplement their music programs.(62)
在过去的24年里,与克利夫兰地区的学校合作,以补充他们的音乐课程。

JOAN KATZ NAPOLI: There are plenty of researchstudies that document the effectiveness of(63)
JOAN KATZ NAPOLI:有很多研究证明了有效性

music to improve learning outcomes, to enhancebrain development.(64)
音乐改善学习成果,促进大脑发育。

DAVID C. BARNETT: About 30 schools in GreaterCleveland use Mindful Music Moments in grades(65)
DAVID C. BARNETT:大克利夫兰大约有30所学校使用Mindful Music Moments成绩

ranging from kindergarten through middle school,and that list includes both inner-city and(66)
从幼儿园到中学,这个名单包括市中心和中学

suburban districts.(67)
郊区。

JOAN KATZ NAPOLI: There's no school that isimmune from the stress and anxiety caused(68)
JOAN KATZ NAPOLI:没有一所学校能够免受压力和焦虑的影响

by school shootings of the last decade, forexample.(69)
例如,过去十年的学校枪击事件。

DAVID C. BARNETT: Corrine has fond memoriesof the first time the music was played in(70)
DAVID C. BARNETT:Corrine第一次播放音乐时有美好的回忆

her classroom.(71)
她的教室。

STUDENT: So, they said, imagine that you justwon an Olympic.(72)
学生:所以,他们说,想象一下你刚刚赢得奥运会。

And it felt really good to imagine that.(73)
想象一下真的很棒。

DAVID C. BARNETT: And for the orchestra, there'sthe potential for a new generation of listeners.(74)
DAVID C. BARNETT:对于管弦乐队来说,有新一代听众的潜力。

McKenna says the music has really grown onher, and it's almost a letdown when that three-minute(75)
McKenna说音乐真的在她身上成长,而且在那三分钟的时候几乎让人失望

morning dose is over.(76)
早上剂量结束了。

STUDENT: I wish it would replay, because Ijust want to listen it.(77)
学生:我希望它会重播,因为我只是想听。

DAVID C. BARNETT: Erica Wigton notes thatthere are many things that can help a school(78)
DAVID C. BARNETT:Erica Wigton指出,有很多东西可以帮助学校

climate.(79)
气候。

She sees Mindful Music Moments as one strategyto make school less stressful, as the children(80)
她将Mindful Music Moments视为一种让学校像孩子一样减轻压力的策略

are learning to cope with an increasinglyfrantic world.(81)
正在学习如何应对日益疯狂的世界。

ERICA WIGTON: Definitely a permanent programthat we're going to continue to use every(82)
ERICA WIGTON:绝对是我们将继续使用的永久性计划

day, just because we want to start their dayin a beautiful, calm way, so that they're(83)
那一天,只是因为我们想以一种美丽,平静的方式开始他们的一天,所以他们就是这样

ready to learn.(84)
准备好学习。

DAVID C. BARNETT: For the "PBS NewsHour,"I'm David C. Barnett in Cleveland.(85)
DAVID C. BARNETT:对于“PBS NewsHour”,我是克利夫兰的David C. Barnett。

AMNA NAWAZ: What a lovely story.(86)
AMNA NAWAZ:多么可爱的故事。


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