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If you work with early communicators like I do, you likely sing a lot of songs. I wanted a way to share with families how these songs are helping their child learn language, Sometimes the progress can be slow. With the use of rubrics, I'm able to break down participating in songs into tiny steps. I
Your students will LOVE this Cup Song Composition assignment! This composition assignment helps students strengthen their musical skills and allows for lots of creativity! It can be done individually or in small groups. Students are encouraged to use musical vocabulary throughout their composition
Great Depression - Song Analysis Project with Rubric (This Land is Your Land) - This 4 page Great Depression teaching resource contains a project that requires students to analyze the song This Land id Your Land by Woody Guthrie and the ways in which it relates to the overall events of the Great Dep
Students create a song, skit, or video to demonstrate knowledge about a class topic. Perfect for an end of year or end of unit activity! Includes rubric for each type of project.
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Not Grade Specific
I hope you enjoy this recorder karate program I've been implementing in my own students. Use yarn, ribbon, loom bands, and you're good to go! Plus this program is fully editable to suit the needs of you and your students!This program includes...Rules/Expectations for the ProgramWhite-Black Belt Song
Grades:
2nd - 8th
This is a collection of Three Sound Stories for Elementary Music Class. This set includes lesson plans/rubrics and mp3 song files for each of the 3 songs. First song: "What Would I Do?" - A song about wanting to go play in the rain. Instruct the students to use rhythm instruments of their choice
Analyzing popular media and examining a song for its message is the purpose of this research project. Everyone loves music - which is why every one of your students will love this project. Students are asked to choose one song about social issues/injustice, a political issue, or an historical event
This rubric measures a student's ability to use their knowledge of literary devices to analyze a song.
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9th - 12th
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Can be used for any subject! Great for extra credit. I used it with my 9th grade algebra classes and it went over great! Can be edited to change points, length required, etc.
This project is a fun project-based assessment to evaluate students' knowledge of French vocabulary & grammar regarding clothing and accessories, descriptive adjectives, describing what someone is wearing... It's perfect as a summative assessment after a unit on French clothing and accessories!F
Grades:
1st - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This is a FUN class project! Your students will have a blast singing and or rapping about a grammar or vocabulary concept you taught in class. I have even recorded these before and had a viewing day where other class periods could watch and enjoy each others' performances. This zip drive includes
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6th - 12th
This song activity template is one of my favorites to use in class. I use it about once a month. My students really like this one. This is a member of about 55 other activity templates that are based on the Multiple Intelligence Theory. This template uses the following multiple intelligences: lingui
In a song style of student's choice, although the easiest might be in rap-form, students will create a song that details the various responsibilities of the branches of government. More importantly, the groups must pay special attention to a branch’s abilities to check the other two branches. Online
Grades:
9th - 12th
AWESOME project in which your students will explicate a song of their choice as if it were a poem! Contains rubric and a sample song explication. Pairs well with any poetry unit. GREAT end of year or stop gap assignment!Pairs well with the Song Explication PowerPoint in My Store.
Grades:
6th - 12th

Also included in: BIG Poetry Unit SUPER Bundle

Writing rubric in a song. How often do you remind kids of the basic writing mechanics? This song helps kids remember the writing rubric Common Core Language Skills, and take a song and dance break, too.The writing rubric rules apply to writing mechanics (or Common Core Foundational and Language S
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PreK - 1st
Directions: Write a poem or song that includes topics or ideas from the time period that we are studying. Include an illustration on the final draft. There is an in-depth rubric that goes along with this assignment. The assignment is worth 40 points, and each part is worth a point value. This
Theatre Production 11 - Group Song Performance RubricBack of the House Assessment (for those involved in the group production)Front of the House Assessment (for those among the audience)
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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
This resource is a writing project where students must:Choose a songWrite a paragraph explaining the background info of the songWrite a song analysis (theme)Identify figurative language within the songConclude with a summary of their learningDetailed instructions for each part of this assignment is
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5th - 10th
Analyzing popular media and examining a song for its message is the purpose of this research project. Everyone loves music - which is why every one of your students will love this project. Students are asked to choose one song about social issues/injustice, a political issue, or an historical event
Writing rubric in a song. Kids will review some of the main elements of the writing and language arts rubric, and take a song and dance break, too.The writing rubric rules apply to fiction and nonfiction. They include: write about one topic, tell about the 5Ws, use your 5 senses to describe, write
This lesson is a project that breaks down topics learned about during the Progressive Era and tasks students to rewrite their favorite Christmas (or just regular) song! Students are broken into groups to rewrite the song to discuss (6) achievements, muckrakers, and reformers of the Progressive Era;
Two lesson variations for putting rock band parts together as a whole band. Besides the two lesson plan varients, included is a checklist and a holistic rubric.
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Not Grade Specific

Also included in: Music Lesson Plan Bundle

Rubric for creating a song based on any novel.
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5th - 8th
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When studying poetic techniques, I like to point out how song lyrics are really poems.  Middle school students are usually really into music, so this is an engaging way to get them understanding poetry!Since only a part of the mark is actually about the poetic techniques, it also gives students who

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