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  1. 1. Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing, andCulture through the American Music IndustrySuzette Korchmaros
  2. 2. Ice Breaker
    • Partner Interview Questions
      • Form two circles with 10 people in the inner circleand 10 in the outer circle
      • Form an outer circle and another circle inside, students in the inner circle move counter clockwise and ask the outer circle questions assigned, asking a different person the different questions.Then after 3 minutes the outer circle asks the questions and the circle moves in the opposite direction
  3. 3. Ice Breaker Introductions
    • Stand up and introduce the person sitting next to you -tell the group their name and one of the answers from the circle activity.
    • I will breifly introduce myself with a powerpoint and touch on
        • Classroom rules (forming your own)
        • Point system/grading programs
        • Notebooks (bellwork, classwork/notes, vocabulary, project, and handouts/quizzes) and benefits
        • Routines
  4. 4. Bellwork
    • This is used at the beginning of class as a warm up exercise or motivating activity to connect to prior knowledge.The date and 2-3 questions in English and Spanish are written with possible answers.Review in English and gives 5 minutes to do attendance and tend to other students.Students should write these in a certain section of their notebook for points.
    • Example:
    • Today is January _______ two thousand six, Monday
    • 1. What music genre do you listen to?
    • Que tipo de genres de msica escuchas?
    • I listen to
    • 2. Who is your favorite English language music group or musician?
    • Quien es tu favorito grupo de msica o msico en el lenguajeingles?
    • My favorite group/musician is.
    • Yesterday was January thirteenth.Tomorrow is_________ and the day after tomorrow will be__________
    • 1.What is the name of your favorite song in English?
    • 2.Who sings the song?
    • 3.What genre is it in?
  5. 5. Music Genres
    • KWL chart
    • What youk now
    • What youw ant to learn
    • What youl earnt- This part is reviewed after lesson
  6. 6. Music Genres
    • Amusic genreis acategory(orgenre ) of pieces ofmusicthat share a certain style or "basic musical language". Music can also be categorised by non-musical criteria such as geographical origin. Such categories are not strictly genre and a single geographical category will often include a number of different genre.
  7. 7. Overview of main groupings
      • Classical music (or art music)
      • Gospel
      • Jazz
      • Latin American
      • Blues
      • Rhythm and blues
      • Rock
      • Country music
      • Electronic music
      • Electronic dance music
      • Electronica
      • Melodic music
      • Reggae, dub, and related forms
      • Punk music
      • Hip hop / Rap
      • Contemporary African music
  8. 8. Music Vocabulary
    • Homework-2x English with mini picture stays in notebook (music nouns) Part of notebook
        • Lyricas Lyrics Lyrics (picture/symbol)
    • Word wall-each students draws a different word and writes word in English and Spanish with a sentence (music verbs)
      • Compose/componer The song writer composed two new songs last spring. (picture)
    • Pictures-students respond-use the ones they made and cover up vocab word
    • TPR-Total Physical Response (music instruments) actions with words
    • Afterwords ask the person sitting behind you or in front of you interviewquestions
      • Which instrument do you play? Do you like to sing? Name an instrument thats popular in you country? Etc.
      • or have them put instruments into categories
      • Breath bow hands only
  9. 9. Music Vocabulary-Continued
    • Bingo (music types) have students fold a scarp piece of paper into four, when they open it up their should be 16 squares, have the pick 16 vocab words and write randomly in the squares.
    • Memory 16 squares on overhead pick 8 vocab words and cover with post its labeled with numbers, make teams and have students call numbers and make a pair
    • Charades (music instruments) have students act out and guess vocab word by raising their hand
    • Pick a category and have students throw ball with words under that category-example music types, instruments, verbs
    • Divide class into two groups.Have students ask questions to guess word.Is it an instrument, does it have strings, is it a verb, etc.
    • Discuss idioms and expressions- write sentences and discuss example:Lee didnt wantto tell his parents about the car accident, but he had to face the music.
  10. 10. Time-prepostions
    • Before-previous to time
    • After subsequent to a time
    • During for part of a period/same time
    • Throughout for entire period of time
    • At/around, at/about at am approx. time
    • By no later than a time
    • Since between a past time and now
    • For during a length of time
  11. 11. Personal Time lines
    • Have students develop a person time with 10 important life events and 10 musical events in their life.Include pictures and use the past tense (eitheredor irregular verbs.)Example:
      • I was born on November first nineteen seventy four.
      • I went to my first music concert on October 21 stnineteen eighty five.
      • Students can write a 1 page personal biography using the prepositions previously introduced and peer editing can be used.
  12. 12. How to instructions
    • A. Give Verbs-come out, eject, go, listen to, make, pick, pick up, play, press in, put, repeat, skip, stop, take out, use, want
    • B. Give nouns-button, case. CD, compact disc, disc, music, number, player, remote, track, tray
    • C. Others- back, finally, forward, next
    • D. Demonstrate a how to in the front of the room with students/Playing a CD and have students develop ahow tothat has to do with music step by step. Example:how to play the guitar
  13. 13. Popcorn Reading
    • Using a sponge ball, students read a paragraph or sentence and then throw the ball to the next reader.This keeps students on the ball and focused on reading since they dont know when it will be their turn to read.
  14. 14. United States Music
    • Themusic of theUnited Statesincludes a number of kinds of distinct folk and popular music, including some of the most widely-recognized styles in the world. The original inhabitants of the United States included hundreds ofNative Americantribes, who played the first music in the area. Beginning in the15th century , immigrants fromEngland ,SpainandFrancebegan arriving in large numbers, bringing with them new styles and instruments.Africansimported as slaves provided the musical underpinnings of much of modern American music, includingblues ,jazz ,country ,rock and roll ,hip hop ,disco ,funk ,soul music ,doo-wop ,reggae ,ragtime , and certain dance/electronic genres such ashouse music ,techno , andelectro . Other styles of music were brought byHispanicsfromMexico ,CubaandPuerto Rico , theCajundescendants ofFrench-Canadians ,Jews ,Eastern EuropeansandIrish ,ScottishandItalianimmigrants.
  15. 15. United States Music
    • Since the beginning of the 20th century, popular recorded music from the United States has become increasingly known across the world, to the point where some form of American popular music is listened to almost everywhere. Most of this popular music ultimately stems fromAfrican American music , especially thebluesand African Americangospel music . African American folk music is a part of theAfro-American tradition , which extends across most of the Western Hemisphere, where elements of African, European and indigenous music mixed in varying amounts to form a wide array of diverse styles.Celtic music , especiallyIrishandScottish , also played an integral role in shaping modern American music, through massive immigration of Irish and Scottish people, bringing with them folk music. Long a land of immigrants, the United States has also seen documented folk music and recorded popular music produced in theethnic styles of Ukrainian ,Polish ,Mexican ,Cuban ,SpanishandJewishcommunities.
  16. 16. United States Music
    • The modern United States is divided into fiftystatesand the inhabited non-state territories ofWashington, D.C. ,Puerto Rico ,American Samoa ,U.S. Virgin Islands ,Northern Mariana IslandsandGuam . Most cities, and even many smaller towns, have local music sc