BLACK HISTORY MONTH, MAN IN THE MIRROR LYRICS, LESSON, VIDEO, POETRY, ACTIVITIES

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I'm Gonna Make a Change "Man in the Mirror," Song Lyrics, Lesson Plan, Video, Poetry, and Analysis Activities.

Classroom tested. Loaded with valuable teachable moments! Using a song that sends an amazing message of "making a difference, stand up, to be global citizens, and to make a change," is an easy strategy to build classroom community.

This activity is also a really engaging exercise for civil rights, Black History Month, Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday in January, American Literature, Social Studies, Anti-Bullying, health, Earth Day, social awareness, sociology, leadership, civics, service, sociology, positive behavior, character education, and philanthropy.

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Common Core Standards and Lesson Plan
"Man in the Mirror, " Song Lyrics Handout
(also for projector or smart board)
"Man in the Mirror," Video and Background
(for projector or smart board, can also be a handout)
What is a Motif? 2 handouts (2)
How to Analyze a Song Handout
Song Analysis Questions Worksheet
Audience Questions Worksheet
Acrostic Poem handout, "CHANGE"
Design a T-Shirt
Design a T-Shirt Writing Prompt
3 Writing Prompts

This activity can be accomplished in 2-3 class periods; follow-up activities would extend the activity.

Suggested for secondary students grades 7-12.

Easy! Can be done as a class discussion or in small groups, depending on your preference. The materials can also look great as a bulletin board.

*MUST HAVE YOUTUBE*

-respond (orally or in writing) to the lyrics, music and video imagery of "Man in the Mirror"
-appreciate the way in which words, music and images interact to create meaning.
-understand that music and videos can be significant forms of historical and cultural expression.
-recognize the cross-curricular excitement of the arts with social studies and literature.
-comprehend that there may be multiple interpretations of a work of art (including the artist’s).

The music video combined with the lyrics are very powerful. In preparing this lesson for my own students and TpT, I had many emotions just creating these activities. If you are looking for a deep and meaningful experience, this is it.


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BLACK HISTORY MONTH, MAN IN THE MIRROR LYRICS, LESSON, VID
BLACK HISTORY MONTH, MAN IN THE MIRROR LYRICS, LESSON, VID
BLACK HISTORY MONTH, MAN IN THE MIRROR LYRICS, LESSON, VID
BLACK HISTORY MONTH, MAN IN THE MIRROR LYRICS, LESSON, VID
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