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Hip Hop Pedagogy

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Jonathan Balcerak

on 21 July 2016

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Transcript of Hip Hop Pedagogy

An Introduction to
Hip Hop Pedagogy

Take the first (or next) steps!
Phase 4
Understand the Value of Hip Hop in the Classroom
Know What Hip-Hop Is
Hip-Hop's Stylistic Elements:
MCing/Rapping
DJing/Scratching
B-boying/B-girling (Breakdancing)
Graffiti
Knowledge
Understand what these elements look like in the classroom
MCing
= use of language and argument
DJing
= manipulation of technology
B-boying/B-girling
= use of kinesthetic movement and rhythm
Graffiti
= visual expression
Knowledge
= knowledge!!!
What would these elements look like in your content area?
Start this discussion. There is
no
content area that can't be taught or enhanced using hip hop. (Go ahead. Try me.)
It either validates or introduces (or both!) culture(s) in your classroom
It invites an opportunity to discuss issues of social justice/awareness
Both positive and negative messages in hip hop can be closely examined
Create a playlist of music you like (I'll share some from my list to get you started)
Visit "Art Crimes" (graffiti.org)
Learn!
Read!
Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A History of the Hip-Hop Generation
And It Don’t Stop: The Best American Hip-Hop Journalism of the Last 25 Years
When Chickenheads Come Home to Roost: My Life As a Hip-Hop Feminist'
(many others....)
Check out the work of Dr. Christopher Emdin
His TEDxTalk
His Science Genius work as featured on PBS NewsHour
Explore!
Connect!
Join the Twitter conversation at #HipHopEd on Tuesdays at 8 pm.
Attend
Hip Hop in the Heartland
at UW-Madison in July (university credit options available)
Share your pedagogical experiences with your colleagues
Hip Hop Pedagogy
Resources:
A YouTube Playlist to get you started:
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1f9U0fBe-S6vjEsl1SVuv2_VhvMcACVU
Graffiti gallery: http://www.graffiti.org/
Hip Hop Literature: http://theboombox.com/hip-hop-book/
Dr. Emdin on PBS NewsHour: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/extra/daily_videos/how-hip-hop-can-help-unlock-a-passion-for-science/
Dr. Emdin's TEDxTalk: (below)
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