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Reggae resources

Reggae resources

* PLEASE LEAVE A COUPLE OF WORDS OF FEEDBACK ONCE YOU'VE DOWNLOADED THIS RESOURCE. * 1) a card game - history of reggae in 9 paragraphs which can be cut up and mixed around for kids to rearrange. Possible starter activity. 2) reggae listening exercises - based on Desmond Dekker (You can get it if you really want), No Woman No Cry (Ken Boothe cover version), and Maxi Priest (Wild World) 3) Bob Marley 'fill in the gaps' worksheet - could be used as a starter or cover work
mangopiano
Singalong

Singalong

A selection of kids favourite songs on Powerpoint so that you can play it on your IWB.
Loz12
Global Music Lesson Plans from Oxfam

Global Music Lesson Plans from Oxfam

Bring a global dimension to your classroom with our Oxjam Global Music Lesson Plans. This selection of easy-to-use activities are for Primary and Secondary teaching. Pick and choose from 20 stand-alone lesson plans that bring Education for Global Citizenship to all areas of Music teaching.
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