Compare & Contrast, Fiction & Nonfiction Passages with Questions Using Rap Songs

Compare & Contrast, Fiction & Nonfiction Passages with Questions Using Rap Songs
Compare & Contrast, Fiction & Nonfiction Passages with Questions Using Rap Songs
Compare & Contrast, Fiction & Nonfiction Passages with Questions Using Rap Songs
Compare & Contrast, Fiction & Nonfiction Passages with Questions Using Rap Songs
Compare & Contrast, Fiction & Nonfiction Passages with Questions Using Rap Songs
Compare & Contrast, Fiction & Nonfiction Passages with Questions Using Rap Songs
Compare & Contrast, Fiction & Nonfiction Passages with Questions Using Rap Songs
Compare & Contrast, Fiction & Nonfiction Passages with Questions Using Rap Songs
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  1. Do you need an engaging, compare and contrast nonfiction passage for your students? Rap music is your answer! Based on a history of Hip Hop, rap song, these activities will keep your students' attention using song lyrics as a reading passage while they practice compare and contrast skills. Easily in
  2. Do you need an engaging, compare and contrast, fiction passage activity for your next lesson? Then these Moana themed, reading activities are just for you! Based on our Moana movie review, parody song, these activities will keep your students' attention using song lyrics as reading passages while th
  3. Are you looking for an engaging, compare and contrast, nonfiction passage about African Americans in the Revolutionary War? Well, you've found it!Based on our Black Heroes of the American Revolution rap song, this passage has comprehension questions and activities that explore how three Black heroes
  4. This compare and contrast activity is based on our Warrior Women in History vs. Superhero Comics rap song. The song is written as a reading passage that explores the history of the real-life, all-female army, the Dahomey Amazons, comparing them to the Dora Milaje warriors from the Black Panther, Mar
  5. Do you need an engaging, compare and contrast nonfiction passage for your next lesson? You've found it! Based on a rap song about jazz musicians, this activity will keep your students' attention using song lyrics as a reading passage while they practice compare and contrast skills. Easily incorporat
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The History of Winter Holidays, Compare and Contrast Activities with Rap Song
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Would you like to keep your students fully engaged with compare and contrast, fiction and nonfiction passages? Rap songs about pop culture and history are your answer!

These compare and contrast activities for 4th, 5th, and 6th grades will keep your students' attention using song lyrics as reading passages. Easily incorporate them into independent activities or complete them together as a class lesson. Give your students engaging practice with compare and contrast skills while learning about fun topics such as Hip Hop and rap music history and the folktales and lore that inspired Disney's Moana movie.

Teach reading skills to your students in a way that they will enjoy!

Kids love music and will certainly enjoy practicing compare and contrast skills with these rap song lyrics. Students will listen to each song while following along with the lyrics. Students will then practice compare and contrast skills by completing the activities listed below.

Songs for topics covered in this bundle:

Black Heroes of the American Revolution song

The History of Hip Hop and Rap Music Song

Jazz Musicians History Song

The True Story of Moana, Movie Review Song

Warrior Women in History vs. Superhero Comics song

This bundle includes everything listed below. Some products have some or all of the activities listed. Click the individual product links above for more details.

- the song lyrics

- multiple-choice, comprehension questions with the answer key

- a compare and contrast, graphic organizer writing activity

- multiple-choice, compare and contrast questions based on the song with the answer key

- a compare and contrast, text-structure, writing activity with transitional words for student use

- multiple-choice, synonyms questions with the answer key

- multiple-choice, antonyms questions with the answer key

- multiple-choice, context clues questions for the Hip Hop history activity

- a timeline activity with a graphic organizer for the Hip Hop history activity

- a sequential paragraph, writing activity that utilizes the timeline with a word bank of transitional words for the Hip Hop history activity.

Let's face it - you're not the average teacher.

If you've read this far, you certainly don't settle for boring, worn-out activities in your class. You're different. You're innovative. And if you want to use fun, engaging activities with your students while still teaching key content, Rap Opera for Kids is just for you. Get this bundle now to keep your students engaged with reading!

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Use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
Link ideas within categories of information using words and phrases (e.g., another, for example, also, because).
Use context (e.g., the overall meaning of a sentence or paragraph; a word’s position or function in a sentence) as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase.
Use context (e.g., cause/effect relationships and comparisons in text) as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase.
Use context (e.g., definitions, examples, or restatements in text) as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase.
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