Music Joint Construction Model-1.m4v - Section 4: Joint Song Analysis of folk singer David Wilcox

 
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Rhetorical Analysis of Pop Music Day 1: Tools for Analysis

Unit 8: Thematic Unit: Popular Culture
Lesson 5 of 16

Objective: SWBAT analyze a song writer's use of language devices and music devices for developing their central ideas, purpose, and tone for a specific audience.

Big Idea: Pop music writers use a variety of rhetorical tools in creating catchy songs.

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