Teaching with Hip Hop in the 7-12 Grade Classroom: A Guide to Supporting Students' Critical Development Through Popular Texts

Teaching with Hip Hop in the 7-12 Grade Classroom: A Guide to Supporting Students' Critical Development Through Popular Texts

by Lauren Kelly
Teaching with Hip Hop in the 7-12 Grade Classroom: A Guide to Supporting Students' Critical Development Through Popular Texts

Teaching with Hip Hop in the 7-12 Grade Classroom: A Guide to Supporting Students' Critical Development Through Popular Texts

by Lauren Kelly

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Overview

This book presents practical approaches for engaging with Hip Hop music and culture in the classroom.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781032258010
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 07/11/2023
Pages: 144
Sales rank: 932,628
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

About the Author

Lauren Leigh Kelly is Assistant Professor of Urban Teacher Education at Rutgers University, USA.

Table of Contents

Contents

Meet the Author

Acknowledgements

Support Material

Preface

How to Use This Book

Chapter One- Introduction

  • Glossary of Terms
  • A Note on Honoring the Full Humanity of Students
  • Language and Censorship in Hip Hop Education

Chapter Two- Hip Hop Pedagogies in Classroom Practice

  • (Lessons One and Two) Building Hip Hop Classroom Community
  • (Lesson Three) "I Used to Love H.E.R.": Exploring Extended Metaphor and Allegory in Hip Hop Literature
  • (Lesson Four) Embodied Hip Hop Storytelling
  • (Lesson Five) Developing Critical Literacies through Hip Hop Jigsaw Groups
  • (Lesson Six) Exploring History, Geography, and Culture through Hip Hop Lit Circles
  • (Lesson Seven) Scrubs and Pigeons: Exploring Love and Relationships in Hip Hop Culture
  • (Lesson Eight) Developing Critical Hip Hop Literacies through Standardized Exam Preparation
  • (Lesson Nine) (Re)Defining the Modern Hip Hop Generation through Critical Media Literacies

Chapter Three- Remixing Classroom Assessments

  • (Assignment One) Mixtape Project
  • (Assignment Two) Literary Allusions
  • (Assignment Three) Hip Hop Literary Criticism
  • (Assignment Four) Hip Hop Author Study
  • (Assignment Five) Hip Hop Autobiography

Chapter Four- Teaching Hip Hop as a Content Area

  • "Move B!$*%; Get out the way!" Decentering the Self in Hip Hop Curriculum and Pedagogy
  • "Tear the Roof Off!" Reframing Teaching through a Hip Hop Lens
  • "If you stay ready, you ain’t got to get ready": Demonstrating Flexibility and Responsiveness in Hip Hop Education
  • "Teach Me How to Dougie" Modeling Critical Media Literacies and Discussion in the Classroom
  • "For My People" Engaging with Hip Hop community

Chapter Five- Closing Thoughts

Appendix A- Suggestions for Further Reading

Appendix B – Suggested Texts for Hip Hop-Based Curriculum

Appendix C- Hip Hop Course Study Guide Examples

Appendix D- Sample Hip Hop Course Curriculum

Appendix E- Hip Hop Education Resources, Conferences, and Organizations

Appendix F- Suggested Museum Trips for Exploring Hip Hop History and Culture in the U.S.

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