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Colorful posters display information learned about R&B singers, musicians, and instruments.
Organize students into small groups. Ask groups to research facts about rhythm and blues (R&B) music, musicians, and instruments. How and where did this genre of music develop? Who are some of its major stars? What are the differences and similarities between blues and jazz? Groups organize information for a poster presentation and select a fitting title.
On poster board, team members hand letter the title and draw at least five typical R&B instruments and/or vocalists with Crayola® Washable Markers. Write important facts about each person, instrument, or the music.
Use a visual technique to spotlight each picture or fact. For example, color concentric rings around each one until circles touch each other.
Outline each drawing with Crayola Washable Glitter Glue to add to the drama that is typical of a rhythm and blues performance. Dry.
Groups present their posters and new learning to small groups of classmates.
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