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Black History Month - Protest Music

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Jonathan Gullis

on 13 September 2014

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Transcript of Black History Month - Protest Music

HOMEWORK 2
Ideas
Ideas
Ideas
Black History Month - Protest Music
Homework
I. Complete 1st draft of song

II. Complete storyboard
Lesson 2 - Introduction
Step 1 - 3 minutes
Prepare a short presentation about your song and music video to feedback

Step 2 - 5 minutes
You must now join with another group and give your presentation to one another.

Step 3 - 2 minutes
Each group now has 1 minute to give feedback about the other groups ideas, (song and film) and suggest improvements.
Bring in 1st draft of music video on a memory stick

OR

Upload onto YouTube with a note in your journal giving permission from your guardian
REHEARSE - LESSON 3
You now have 10 minutes to do a final rehearsal.

1 person from every group must come and get their video up on the interactive whiteboard.
SHOW TIME!
Turn to your the page titled, "Success Criteria Peer Assessment".

You need to highlight the bullet points for your selected group.

HOMEWORK:
Go onto KidBlog and peer mark the person you have been given. You need to mark their lyrics, using SPAG and the success criteria
LESSON 2
LESSON 3 - THE DARE
Self Assessment
You must now give a "critics review" of your learning project using the CREATE self assessment sheet.
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