- MUSIC AS POETRY bundle - Use SONG LYRICS to teach EVERY high school reading literature and reading informational text common core state standard to cover entire Grade 9 - 12 English Curriculum. 15 lessons include editable lesson plan, student handouts, rubric, Answer Key, PowerPoint slides and Googl$30.00$47.00Save $17.00
- Teach the entire grade 9 - 12 English curriculum using song lyrics and inspirational videos - 30 music as poetry and short film lessons include editable lesson plans, student handouts, rubrics, answer keys, PowerPoint slides and Google Slides for no prep distance learning or Google Classroom activit$60.00$92.00Save $32.00
- Product Description
Teach summary and theme using music lyrics! Summary activities and teaching theme are fun with song lyrics. High school reading, writing and analysis activities are fun with music as poetry! Perfect for distance learning!
Analyze song lyrics to introduce, practice & assess:
Theme and Summarizing Skills
MUSIC AS POETRY Product Includes (editable DOC, PPT & Google Drive):
- No Prep Lesson Plan
- No Prep Student Handouts
- No prep PowerPoint
- No Prep ANSWER KEY
- No Prep Google Drive link (for student-led Google Classroom activity)!
- Common Core Standards: Grade 9 - 12 Reading Literature & Informational Texts
- Learning Focus Question
- Introductory Script
- Mini Lesson with Definitions and Examples of Theme, Summary, Evidence
- URL Link to Printable Lyrics 1: I Don't Wanna Be - Gavin DeGraw
- URL Link to Printable Lyrics 2: A Hard Rain's A Gonna Fall - Bob Dylan
- Guided Practice
- Independent Practice
- Exit Slip
- Early Finisher Activity
- 3-Point and 6-Point Reading Response Rubric for Effortless Grading
- Extra Reusable Assessment Handout to use with ANY text
Simply print the handouts, lesson and answer key, load the PowerPoint, lyrics and music videos, or share the Google Drive link (Google slides) with students to enjoy an effortless, engaging lesson or Google classroom activity to teach students about theme and summary using music videos and song lyrics!
Reuse editable mini lesson and assessment handout with ANY text for repeated, spiraled practice and assessment. This is a lifelong tool!
CCSS.ELA.RI.2 & CCSS.RL.2 (GRADES 9 - 12):
. Determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the course of the text, including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details; provide an objective summary of the text.
. Determine two or more themes or central ideas of a text and analyze their development over the course of the text, including how they interact and build on one another to produce a complex account; provide an objective summary of the text.
. Determine a central idea of a text and analyze its development over the course of the text, including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details; provide an objective summary of the text.
. Determine two or more central ideas of a text and analyze their development over the course of the text, including how they interact and build on one another to provide a complex analysis; provide an objective summary of the text.
TIP: This product includes YouTube and SafeYouTube music video links. If you want to play the song or music videos as well as use the printable lyrics, but your school does not allow YouTube or SafeShare links, simply play the song from your phone or google search “youtube to MP4” on your home computer and use any of the first sites to instantly convert the included YouTube links to MP4 files to play from your school desktop, SmartBoard, PPT, etc.
BONUS: Lyrics can be used to spark discussion to teach emotional intelligence and social emotional curriculum (SEL).
Why using boring texts when you can analyze song lyrics?
Perfect for reluctant readers and students with learning disabilities.
Common Core ELA Test Prep is FUN with MUSIC LYRIC ACTIVITIES!
CURE FOR DISENGAGED STUDENTS!
Use music to teach inferencing!
Use music to teach theme!
Use music to teach main idea and summary!
Use music to teach plot, conflict, mood and tone!
Use music to teach characterization!
Use music to teach irony, dramatic, situational and verbal!
Use music to teach rhetoric, ethos, logos and pathos!
Use music to teach point of view and author's purpose!
Use music to teach compare and contrast and synthesis!
Use music to teach literary analysis!
The list goes on and on!
THIS PRODUCT IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH ANY OF THE LYRICS, ARTISTS, PRODUCTION COMPANIES, LINKS, WEBSITES OR ORGANIZATIONS LINKED IN THE PRODUCT; IT IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY.
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