Remember improv? Let's do a little of that this morning. I've got an idea.
We'll start with FrankenWord. Take any root from Roots 7 and combine it with a Root from any other list to create a brand new word that relates to . . . wait for it . . . music and/or culture.
Remember the FrankenWord expectations.
Definition & Part of Speech.
Used in a Sentence that Shows What the Word Means.
From there, we will LNG because we missed out on it yesterday and we are trying to get game on with it.
MUSIC CULTURE/TEEN CULTURE.
Finally, there will be time to complete/refine our music culture/teen culture work. Three graphic organizers are due. One on Leader of the Pack, one on Summertime Blues, and one on a song about teen culture of your choice. (It might be one from the playlist.)
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Req'd Post: My Heart Like a Kick Drum. If your life -- your self -- was a drum kit, what would it look like? Double bass? Bongos? Set of toms? Take a look at clips below for inspiration.
Neil Peart from Rush.
The famous "Amen Break" from G.C. Coleman (this has been sampled a TON.)
Buddy Rich & Gene Krupa
and Joe Morello who is crazy rad and I only heard about because of this rad teacher
Then doodle your life as a drum kit. Actually draw it out. Check out Mr. Ryder's here as an example.
And explain your thinking. You might want to look at the anatomy of a drum kit. Learn a bit about the parts and pieces and most certainly the names.
Mr. Ryder's would be super simple. One kick drum. One snare. One hi hat.
- Snare. Sharp. Quick. Super flexible & can make a lot of different sounds. It's a lot like how he's involved in a lot of different things. Goes anywhere.
- Hi hat. Punctuation and that snap that goes underneath everything else. It's my brain. Never quite stops. Sometimes it's constantly going because of a pedal.
- Kick drum. Boom. Thud. Right in the chest. I love that feeling. I love when I get hit by an idea or an experience and lands right in the center of my being. And I hope I can create experiences for others that do that as well, whether it is in the classroom or on stage or on social media.
Teen Music/Teen Culture. Complete the three graphic organizers. Look on Google Classroom.
Vocab. Roots 7 Quiz & Product (FrankenWord counts!)
Due. Thursday 2/5