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So your students think they know Hip Hop and rap music? Use these making inferences reading passages which are nonfiction worksheets to test their knowledge. Based on our Hip Hop and rap, music history songs, these making inferences reading passages and questions will keep your students engaged.
The first song for these activities explores how two founding fathers and a mother of Hip Hop contributed to the urban art, and how it developed into a unified sound. The inferencing worksheets for this activity challenge students to infer information about Hip Hop and rap music and its founders based on the reading passage which utilizes the Hip Hop history song.
The second song takes an in-depth look at how Hip Hop culture and rap music formed in the Bronx, New York. The inferencing worksheets for this activity challenge students to infer information about the challenges faced by the youth of the Bronx, how they developed Hip Hop culture to cope with their problems, and the impact of Hip Hop and rap music, covering their achievements beginning in the 1970s through 2018.
The activities in this bundle include:
- the song lyrics
- 6 multiple-choice, inferencing questions based on the song lyrics with the answer key for each passage.
How to use these activities:
- Explain the concept of inferencing using the instructions on page 1.
- Next, have students listen to each song for the corresponding reading passage while following along with the lyrics on pages 3 - 5.
- Guide students through answering question 1 as a class. Review with them as necessary.
- Students will now answer the remaining 5 multiple-choice questions.
- The answer keys for the questions are located on pages 6 and 7.
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