Ron Daniels, Regional Superintendent and Lorie LeQuatte, Regional Superintendent
Regional Office of Education #12 and Regional Office of Education #21

Presents

Using Music to Teach Figurative Language


Date:   October 30, 2020
 
Location: Virtual! Recorded! Participants will receive a link to view.
 
Fee: $10 (This is a Mt. Vernon Conference workshop, not a Curriculum Coop workshop)
 
Presenter: Jim Gardner
 
Credit: One Clock Hour
 
Grades: 7-12
 
Topic Category: Reading/Literacy
 
Description: Students encounter metaphors, alliteration and smiles in everyday music but recognizing and interpreting them in contexts like poety, still remains intimidating. Students can learn to identify difficult concepts even in unfamiliar texts if they are first taught to identify them in songs. Using music can make for an accessible and relatable way to engage struggling or bored students allowing the teacher to successfully enable their understanding of these themes.
 
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