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Tuesday, July 19 • 3:15pm - 4:45pm
Rock and Roll Forever Foundation - Putting Music in Context

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The Rock and Roll Forever Foundation has produced a series of interdisciplinary lesson plans that “contextualize” select songs drawn from the Little Kids Rock songbook. These sample plans enable music teachers to situate songs such as “Hound Dog” or “Chain of Fools”--historically, geographically and socially.  

Taking the RRFF approach, music educators can enrich their students’ performance experiences. The songs come to life in new ways. As the students play, histories reverberate. More importantly, by contextualizing music, the songs can become the “interdisciplinary” object of study that connects a student’s life across classrooms. By its nature, music is tied to social studies, to language arts, to media studies and more. Approached in this way, music can be studied . . . as it is lived.

This breakout session will offer participants a glimpse into the RRFF/LKR collaboration and demonstrate methods with which any teacher can develop a holistic approach to music instruction.

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avatar for Warren Zanes

Warren Zanes

Rock & Roll Forever Foundation
Dr. Warren Zanes joined The Rock and Roll Forever Foundation as executive director after several years as Vice President of Education and Public Programs at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. At the Rock Hall he rebuilt the K-12 programming, launched a new distance learning project, and served as a visiting professor at Case Western Reserve University, in addition to producing public programs featuring artists from Aretha Franklin to... Read More →


Tuesday July 19, 2016 3:15pm - 4:45pm
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