Lessons for Song Lyrics

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  • Read a Song: Using Song Lyrics for Reading and Writing - … lyrics you wrote to the song. Brainstorming 10. Have students brainstorm additional songs they could write new lyrics to. Use the Suggested Songs for Changing Lyrics … original lyrics and how the illustrations need to be related to the lyrics. 14. Pass out a copy of the My Song Lyrics Draft … Project (20 -30 minutes) 1. Pass back the completed My Song Lyrics Draft worksheets, and give each student a sheet of blank … projects by writing their new song lyrics on the blank paper. Instruct students to start writing the lyrics at the top of the …
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  • Poetry in Music - … Equipment:Materials and Equipment: Printed song lyrics (screened by teacher prior to lesson) highlighters or colored pencils Printed song lyrics (screened by teacher prior to lesson) highlighters or colored pencils Printed song lyrics (screened by teacher prior to lesson) highlighters or colored pencils Printed song lyrics (screened by teacher prior …
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  • Musical Cares - … Overcome"; write the year of each song's release on the lyrics. Song lyrics can be found on lyrics Web sites like those listed in … artist as the keywords.) (one different song for each small group, one copy of the song lyrics for each student in that group … song's lyrics in some way? - What is the theme of this song in five words or less? After students have completed their song lyric … his music. Develop an illustrated biography about him that uses song lyrics, images, and other creative representations to supplement the text of …
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  • Blues Lyrics - … the song lyrics they brought to class, pointing out that not all songs contain all parts. Mention that blues songs, like many other songs, conform … lyrical legacy of the blues on popular music, ask them to complete a side-by-side comparison of blues song lyrics and popular song lyrics from the same era, taking examples from the 1950s, 1970s, and today. The following checklist of blues song
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  • Unlocking Lyrics - … United States work song songs used as rhythmic accompaniments to tasks or that make statements about work 5 Unlocking Lyrics Grade Four Interdisciplinary … Self-Assessment 7 Unlocking Lyrics Grade Four Interdisciplinary Lesson Attachment A Pre-Assessment Directions: Read the following song lyrics and answer the questions … . What message are the lyrics trying to convey? 8 Unlocking Lyrics Grade Four Interdisciplinary Lesson Attachment B American Folk Songs Defined Ballad - The …
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  • One in Five Songs "Advertises" Alcohol - … the rise to an (8) ____ of US-imported songs. intoxicating diminishing lyrics influx encouraging relatively prevalence assert Researchers said the (9 … did a professor warn references to alcohol in songs were? a) advertising b) song lyrics c) studies d) liquor a) advertising b) evil … people 2. Song lyrics 3. Public health warnings about alcohol 4. Double the number 5. An increase in US-imported songs 6. The …
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  • Feel the Rhythm, Find the Beat - … a copy of the lyrics for each student. Create a PowerPoint or Interactive whiteboard slide with the song lyrics. Learning Objectives The student … ) Refer back to the song lyrics on the interactive whiteboard. Can anyone identify a TaDum pattern in these lyrics? Remember we are listening … of random song lyrics from a hat. (To find song lyrics go to www.lyrics.com or www.azlyrics.com to print off random lyrics from …
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  • Listen to the Sounds of Poetry - … a copy of the song lyrics. Remind them to use Attachment A, Understanding Literary Terms, to analyze the song. 2 Listen to the … ? Did any songs have internal rhyme? Did any not have end rhyme? Did it matter? What imagery did the song lyrics use? Were there metaphors and similes? Did the song use primarily concrete or figurative language? Discuss. Did the creativity of the song
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  • The War in Vietnam: What Was It Good For? - … resources for research; “Song Lyrics for Activists and Protests” http://www.ocap.ca/lyrics.html This is a listing of song lyrics of inspiration, for … protest song for the War. Another popular protest song of the time is For What It’s Worth by the Buffalo Springfield. “Song Lyrics for Activists and Protests” This is a listing of song lyrics of inspiration, for protest and for …
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  • Figurative Language - Similies and Metaphors - … copies of the lyrics for students to mark on. Have the students read the song lyrics silently. Then read the song lyrics aloud to model fluency for the students. (They may even read the lyrics with you … . Second song example: "Love Song" by Adele The lyrics can be found at: http://www.metrolyrics.com/love-song-lyrics-adele.html. Please print lyrics for …
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