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Kids Learn Literary Techniques with the Song "Reggae Lit"

Kids Learn Literary Techniques with the Song "Reggae Lit"

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Reggae Lit (Literature)

Listen to the lyrics and put the techniques in your writing!

Grade Level PreK, Grades K-7
Resource Type Media
Standards Alignment
State-specific

About This Lesson

Student will be able to GET EXCITED about LITERATURE When they listen and dance to Reggae Lit by Mr. O the Hip Hop Teacher! lyrics Hey Yo, this is Mr. O and you know, my writings lit so, here's some writing tips. Come down selector Listen! when your writing, make sure it's inviting don't bore them make sure it's exciting when your writing, make sure it's inviting don't bore them make sure it's exciting Use onomatopoeias and hook em with a question what about a suggestion? Use some imagination and humor to get them laughing and make sure that you're rough drafting when your writing, make sure it's inviting don't bore them make sure it's exciting , The main idea may be the title but double checking it is vital Dialogues are when people are speaking and, make sure you use quotations from the text, get evidence to support your thesis then give us a summation a cliffhanger for thee conclusion Boom, give it all you got! 100%-Mic Drop when your writing, make sure it's inviting don't bore them make sure it's exciting when your writing, make sure it's inviting don't bore them make sure it's exciting Mr. O the Hip Hop Teacher Yo check out my YouTube Channel @thehiphopteacher Mr. O credits released November 11, 2023 Mr. O aka Kamal the Hip Hop Teacher license all rights reserved

Resources

Files

How to Write Literature (Reggae Lit) by Mr. O.mp4

Media
November 11, 2023
33.38 MB
Videos
Kids |Reggae Lit | Mr. O
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Kids |Reggae Lit | Mr. O
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Kids |Reggae Lit | Mr. O
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Standards

Write, speak, read, and listen appropriately in all disciplines.
Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text.

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