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Identify Form in Pop Music - PART THREE!

Identify Form in Pop Music - PART THREE!
Identify Form in Pop Music - PART THREE!
Identify Form in Pop Music - PART THREE!
Identify Form in Pop Music - PART THREE!
Identify Form in Pop Music - PART THREE!
Identify Form in Pop Music - PART THREE!
Identify Form in Pop Music - PART THREE!
Identify Form in Pop Music - PART THREE!
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The #1 selling "Identify Form in Pop Music!" has three previous and follow up versions! In addition to the original, you can download Part ONE (2013), Part TWO (2014), and Part FOUR (2017) below!

Identify Form in Pop Music

Identify Form in Pop Music PART TWO

Identify Form in Pop Music PART FOUR


Tweaked from the 2014 version from the beginning to end with more eye catching layouts and updated music, the 2015 follow-up to the #1 selling "Identify Form in Pop Music / Identify Form in Pop Music - Part TWO!"...

Part THREE!

Kids love their pop music, right? Want to integrate it into your classroom? This is great lesson to do with 4th and 5th graders that lets them listen to their favorite pop music while learning about musical form!

The lesson begins with a video introduction to form and then talks about elements of pop music and how it ascribes to a specific form. We talk about the intro, verse, chorus, bridge, and outro, and include the collision and the channel and then go onto our activity.

I cut out cards... a whole bunch of intros, verses, chorus, bridges, outros, channels, and collisions (or you can do it with a whiteboard/marker, or even as a unison class response) and give them to each student, then have have the kids sit on the floor. I then play an mp3 of a song which has 10 second clips of each of the sections (there is about a 2 second gap in between each clip and all clips are safe for little ears -- no profanity!) and have the students identify them by spelling them out on the floor in front of them. This works great if you're putting kids into groups of 2 or 3 as they try to figure out the form of the song.

It's a great compromise to having your kids listen to their music and still satisfy a 4th and 5th grade standard in identifying the structure of music!

The 2015 hit list:

Style - Taylor Swift
Animals - Maroon 5
Shake it Off - Taylor Swift
Love me Harder - Ariana Grande
Centuries - Fall Out Boy
Blank Space - Taylor Swift
Heartbeat Song - Kelly Clarkson
Riptide - Vance Joy
Uptown Funk - Mark Ronson/ft. Bruno Mars

If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment email me at jasonlitt@gmail.com

Have fun, kids LOVE this!

PS - Need more and haven't been to Part 2 and Part 1? Here are the links below!

Identify Form in Pop Music - Part TWO!
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Identify-Form-in-Pop-Music-PART-TWO-1213858

Identify Form in Pop Music
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Identify-Form-in-Pop-Music-677524
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