Lessons for Genres

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  • Lyrics of Hazzard - … , staccato, interspersed, snippets, constituencies, demographics, blockbusters, collaboration, testament, commonplace, mainstream, genre, colliding, evokes, pant, relents, vibrato, melisma, foray, confection, equivocal, scorned … instrumentation, texture, rhythmic qualities, melodic lines, form) of representative music genres and styles from a variety of cultures; Understands characteristics that …
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  • Fantasy, Fables, Myths, Legends & Fairy Tales - … stories or movies that would be classified in the particular genre being discussed. * After familiarizing the students with the characteristics of … projector. b. Bridging: Connect the students' understanding of the different genres to familiar stories or movies. c. Schema-Building: Students will compare and contrast the different genres. d. Meta-Cognitive Development: Students will work independently and identify …
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  • Right About Now . . . and Then - … instrumentation, texture, rhythmic qualities, melodic lines, form) of representative music genres and styles from a variety of cultures; Understands characteristics that cause various musical works (e.g., from different genres, styles, historical periods, composers) to be considered exemplary; Understands the … and history and culture. Benchmarks: Knows sources of American music genres (e.g., swing, Broadway musical, blues), the evolution of these …
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  • Extra, Extra...Read All About It - … . - many relevant supporting details. - frequently connects ideas to topic or genre using references, general knowledge, or personal experience. Communication - demonstrates limited understanding of 3 genres with a few appropriate elements. - limited awareness of audience. - limited … . - some variety in the sentences used. - demonstrates understanding of 3 genres with appropriate elements. - clear awareness of audience. - vocabulary used appropriately …
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  • Non-Fiction Genre Jigsaw Project - … In this activity, students will become experts on a nonfiction genre. Then, they will share their expertise with other students. Suitable … base groups. Experts in each genre will share an example of the genre and information about the genre. You will need to walk … Page Use this page to create your groups 5 Nonfiction Genre Jigsaw Directions This page gives comprehensive directions to students. 6 …
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  • Myths, Folktales, & Fairy Tales for Grades 4-6 - … the writing process to create writing in different genres Identify unique characteristics of the genre: myth, folktale, folklore, and fairy tales Produce … evidence of knowledge of the different genres Read and listen to genre examples to increase knowledge of genre characteristics Read myths and folktales … " with students to emphasize the oral heritage of the genre. Have students organize genre features from the myth on the board. Include …
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  • Intergrative Lesson on Genres of American Literature - … and sample works and inductively arrive at generalizations about these genres: Romanticism, Realism, and Naturalism. Objectives: Presented with information in two … presentation, specifically the slide with the matrix telling about the genres of American Literature: Romanticism, Realism, and Naturalism. B. Students will … suggest hypotheses to explain the patterns they observe between the genres. (Ex. progressive pattern from Romanticism to Naturalism; literature reflected time …
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  • Different Strokes for Different Folks - … . Class visits Media Center and teacher introduces characteristics of specific genre of literature (ie: easy fiction, fiction (chapter books), historical fiction … those showing difficulties in mastering this skill. 5. Students select genre for checkout (reading pleasure). Assessments Formatively assess each student's … , list specific titles of genre examples on teacher produced worksheet. Teacher check titles for genre. Attached Files Skills lesson (Genre of Literature) File …
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  • Critic's Choice - … . At deadline, you will choose your favorite genre and explain in detail why the genre and this particular selection earned your 4 … criteria: 1. Student reads at least five different genres. One genre is teacher assigned, four genres are student selected. 2. Student answers focus … subject a. Subject matter (fiction, nonfiction, symphony, art work ) b. Genre (mystery, situation comedy, tragedy, play, feature stories) 2. Gathers sufficient …
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  • Music Theories - … . Write a journal entry listing different musical genres, identifying the elements that differentiate musical genres, and describing the roles that music plays … instruments used, famous musicians associated with the genre, popular songs, and how the genre has evolved from its inception to today. Students … artist or group, and research paper discussing a specific musical genre. Vocabulary: chronicles, inception, anatomizes, aesthetic, entrepreneurial, ardor, formative, detachment, insular …
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