Sorry that today's intro might be short in terms of an amazingly inspirational story or videos that make you tear up a little as you have come to expect. But seriously, I am going to be pretty to the point today because like many of you I have had to answer the call. The call that stirs your inner soul, the call that gives you purpose in life, that inspires you to get moving. You all have probably experienced that call at some point. Mine has been about 6 AM this past week and has been in the form on an alarm clock buzzing. I must admit- haven't set it the rest for a few months, and I am not a fan! But that buzz marks the real reason for a stirring in my soul- I get to go back to work to hang out with other educators and make a difference!!
So tonight we are going to talk about how to use quotes, lyrics and movie lines in our classroom!
How can you leverage pop culture in your lesson plans?
Q1 Create your own Movie Line, Lyric or Quote- what would it be? Could you use this with your students? #sstlap
Q2 How can you use Movie Lines, Lyrics and Famous Quotes in your learning environment? #sstlap
Q3a Get busy living or get busy dying, or Carpe Diem have similar sentiment- how could you apply these ideas into your class environment or activities? #sstlap
Q3b I'll be Back- Schwarzenegger - Who else in history may have said this, or would it apply to? How can students use a similar line to connect to historical events? #sstlap
Q4 Music is so important to our lives- what song or lyrics connect to your content? There can be a multitude of examples #sstlap
Q5 A House Divided cannot stand... How can you use this sentiment to create a lesson about historical events? #sstlap
Q6 In what ways can students use music in your classroom? Yes Students are in charge of this one! #sstlap
Q7 Replace or Rewrite lines, lyrics or quotes- How could you leverage Ss pop culture knowledge to demonstrate mastery of history/Geo/etc. #sstlap