Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing, and Culture through the American Music Industry Suzette Korchmaros Ice Breaker Partner Interview Questions
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Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing, and Culture through the American Music Industry Suzette Korchmaros
This is used at the beginning of class as a warm up exercise or motivating activity to connect to prior knowledge. The date and 2-3 questions in English and Spanish are written with possible answers. Review in English and gives 5 minutes to do attendance and tend to other students. Students should write these in a certain section of their notebook for points.
1. What music genre do you listen to?
Que tipo de genres de música escuchas?
I listen to ……………
Quien es tu favorito grupo de música o músico en el lenguaje ingles?
My favorite group/musician is…………….
1. What is the name of your favorite song in English?
2. Who sings the song?
3. What genre is it in?
What you know
What you want to learn
What you learnt- This part is reviewed after lesson
Which instrument do you play? Do you like to sing? Name an instrument that’s popular in you country? Etc.
Breath bow hands only
A. Give Verbs-come out, eject, go, listen to, make, pick, pick up, play, press in, put, repeat, skip, stop, take out, use, want
B. Give nouns-button, case. CD, compact disc, disc, music, number, player, remote, track, tray
C. Others- back, finally, forward, next
D. Demonstrate a how to in the front of the room with students/Playing a CD and have students develop a how to that has to do with music step by step. Example: how to play the guitar
The modern United States is divided into fifty states and the inhabited non-state territories of Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, American Samoa, U.S. Virgin Islands, Northern Mariana Islands and Guam. Most cities, and even many smaller towns, have local music scenes, ranging from casual opportunities for amateur performers at bars and other establishments to large-scale orchestras, local indie record labels and community performing venues, all supporting a number of vibrant regional traditions in various styles. Though none doubt the importance of a handful of major cities, like New York, Nashville and Los Angeles, many smaller cities and regions have produced memorable and distinctive styles of music. The Cajun and Creole traditions in Louisianan music and the unique folk and popular styles of Hawaiian music are two notable exceptions, though other styles of distinct regional music range from the colonial First New England School to modern scenes like Memphis rap and the Omaha sound.
Presentations of singer and genre