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Read write think music
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In a movie, music can ramp up the tension or make a happy moment explode with joy. In this activity, teens are invited to consider how music contributes to a movie scene. This activity was modified from the ReadWriteThink lesson plan “Lights, Camera, Action Music: Critiquing. Students will whistle while they work on this lesson, creating a photomontage movie of their interpretation of a favorite song's lyrics that will end everyone's day . Their tastes may vary widely—pop, rap, country, classic, jazz, R & B. Regardless of their preferences, they each bring a rich knowledge of musical tunes and.
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In this lesson, students develop the cognitive tool of criteria development for discussing the aesthetics of poetry and music. Students will answer these questions in this lesson when they read O. Henry's " The Gift of the Magi" and explore the story's themes using blues music, creative. Providing educators and students access to the highest quality practices and resources in reading and language arts instruction. Create a blank Venn diagram with three circles labeled Art, Music, and Poetry. Make transparencies to share with students. An alternative is to project the Venn .