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TEACHERS // Suggestion for class discussion - How does music capture our attention?  Watch Otis Redding's performance of "Shake" at the 1967 Monterey International Pop Music Festival.  How does he capture the attention of his audience? How does this performance capture OUR attention over 46 years later?   WATCH HERE: Otis Redding shaking Monterey!

WANT TO LEARN MORE?  Tune in to our live stream class for students on Monday May 12 at 1pm.  Click the link below for more information.

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Join the Rock Hall’s award-winning education team for a special live stream class for students.  As part of our current exhibit, Common Ground: The Music Festival Experience, Rock Hall Educators will examine the modern music festival experience.  This class will explore the history of music festivals from both the musician and fan perspective and from the point of view of those organizing the festival itself.  Students will watch and discuss key ...
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why did you induct them 2 years late?  Don't give me this 50s bs.  Guess they were too progressive for you.
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See you in 2014! Join us on Monday, January 13 (1pm EST).
 
Sign up for your class here:  http://goo.gl/vZpZNG

(This hangout is appropriate for middle and high school students.)

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction process is an exciting, accessible way to use rock and roll in the classroom and to engage students of all ages in learning about rock and roll history, while exercising and developing critical thinking skills. Learn more about the Rock Hall's Voice Your Choice project which invites students to create their own Inductee class.  Who would they choose to induct into their own Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and WHY?

In this hangout, students will learn more about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and the Induction Process, and will discuss what defines musical "excellence."
This Hangout On Air is hosted by Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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Sign up for your class here:  http://goo.gl/vZpZNG
This class is appropriate for middle and high school students.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction process is an exciting, accessible way to use rock and roll in the classroom and to engage students of all ages in learning about rock and roll history, while exercising and developing critical thinking skills. Learn more about the Rock Hall's Voice Your Choice project which invites students to create their own Inductee class.  Who would they choose to induct into their own Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and WHY?

In this class, students will learn more about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and the Induction Process, and will discuss what defines musical "excellence."
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Follow-up: Mr. Hansen's class asked about Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees from Hawaii. While there are no Inductees from Hawaii, there are a number of popular musicians who were born or raised there:  Bruno Mars, Bette Midler, Jack Johnson, Nicole Sherzinger -- and Don Ho, of course.
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From the 1994 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony!
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lo mjor!!!
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Join the Rock Hall’s award-winning education team for a special live stream class for students.  As part of our current exhibit, Common Ground: The Music Festival Experience, Rock Hall Educators will examine the modern music festival experience.  This class will explore the history of music festivals from both the musician and fan perspective and from the point of view of those organizing the festival itself.  Students will watch and discuss key musical and historical moments from festivals such as Wattstax, Live Aid, Glastonbury, and others, and will even get to choose an additional performance to watch and discuss.  Students will have the opportunity to interact with Rock Hall Educators during the live stream and to connect before the class via Google+.  This class is appropriate for middle and high school classrooms.
This Hangout On Air is hosted by Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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TEACHERS // Suggestion for class discussion - How does music capture our attention?  Watch Otis Redding's performance of "Shake" at the 1967 Monterey International Pop Music Festival.  How does he capture the attention of his audience? How does this performance capture OUR attention over 46 years later?   WATCH HERE:  Otis Redding shaking Monterey!

NOTE:  Preview all materials for appropriateness for your students.
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Join us on Tuesday, December 17th! We're very excited to join Google Connected Classrooms!
 
Sign up for your class here:  http://goo.gl/vZpZNG

(This hangout is appropriate for middle and high school students.)

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction process is an exciting, accessible way to use rock and roll in the classroom and to engage students of all ages in learning about rock and roll history, while exercising and developing critical thinking skills. Learn more about the Rock Hall's Voice Your Choice project which invites students to create their own Inductee class.  Who would they choose to induct into their own Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and WHY?

In this hangout, students will learn more about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and the Induction Process, and will discuss what defines musical "excellence."
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Wish my classes could do it : (  Thanks for the invite!
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Etta James' voice is unmistakenable, and it will live on forever.
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Thank you so much, I love her music
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Ma Rainey's "Prove It On Me Blues" is one of our Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll. Read why!
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We are the world's only museum devoted to rock and roll: the foremost cultural movement of our time.
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The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Inc. is the nonprofit organization that exists to educate visitors, fans and scholars from around the world about the history and continuing significance of rock and roll music. It carries out this mission both through its operation of a world-class museum that collects, preserves, exhibits and interprets this art form and through its library and archives as well as its educational programs.