NO. OF CREDITS:
5 QUARTER CREDITS
[semester equivalent = 3.33 credits]
|WA CLOCK HRS:
PENNSYLVANIA ACT 48:
This course offers in-depth tour of “Rock and Roll” history. It is filled with information and tools for teachers of grades 6-12, or for any teacher who wishes to incorporate “Rock and Roll” into classroom curriculum. Celebrate Rock and Rolls 60th Anniversary by riding this “Magic Bus” through the world or Rock and Roll. You will listen to, view and study the vocal artist and bands that shaped the History of Rock and Roll. Starting with the early Delta Blues, Country Music and Gospel you will study how these early roots played a significant role in developing today’s rock sounds.
Follow the evolution from these early pioneers of rock as this course “blasts into the past” from the 50’s, the early 60’s with the British Invasion, the Height Ashbury/San Francisco sound, the Vietnam era and songs of protest, the Popin’ 80’s Disco vs. Punk, Metal bands, the roots of Rap, Hip/Hop, and the cross over into today’s genres bending music.
With your special “backstage pass” for online supplemental materials, you will have total access to a complete “You Tube” list of rock bands and artists and like you’ve never seen before. Plus, if you choose to purchase the DVD's “The History of Rock” Discs 1-5, Warner Brothers’ Home DVD Set. Each of the 5 DVD’s discs contains two one-hour episodes. There is an option to view these videos for free via YouTube.
This magical mystery tour is waiting to take you away. Roadies, sidemen, and groupies are encouraged to hop aboard and boogie on down. Guaranteed to blow your mind.
Your “tour guide” textbook is Rockin’ Out! Popular Music in the U.S.A. by Reebee Garofalo, fourth Edition, or later, is available new and used at Amazon.com starting at $7 plus shipping. It is also available at local libraries, and from Powell’s Books online.
Of course no trip is complete without the necessary travel equipment: Access to a computer, free access (unrestricted) to the internet, free access to “You Tube”.
LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this course, participants will have:
Completion of all specified assignments is required for issuance of hours or credit. The Heritage Institute does not award partial credit.
Completing the basic assignments (Section A. Information Acquisition) for this course automatically earns participant’s their choice of CEUs (Continuing Education Units), or Washington State Clock Hours, Oregon PDUs, or Pennsylvania ACT 48 Hours. The Heritage Institute offers CEUs and is an approved provider of Washington State Clock Hours, Oregon PDUs, and Pennsylvania ACT 48 Hours.
UNIVERSITY QUARTER CREDIT INFORMATION
REQUIREMENTS FOR UNIVERSITY QUARTER CREDIT
Continuing Education Quarter credits are awarded by Antioch University Seattle (AUS). AUS requires 75% or better for credit at the 400 level and 85% or better to issue credit at the 500 level. These criteria refer both to the amount and quality of work submitted.
CREDIT/NO CREDIT (No Letter Grades or Numeric Equivalents on Transcripts)
Antioch University Seattle (AUS) Continuing Education Quarter credit is offered on a Credit/No Credit basis; neither letter grades nor numeric equivalents are on a transcript. 400 level credit is equal to a "C" or better, 500 level credit is equal to a "B" or better. This information is on the back of the transcript.
AUS Continuing Education quarter credits may or may not be accepted into degree programs. Prior to registering determine with your district personnel, department head, or state education office the acceptability of these credits for your purpose.
ADDITIONAL COURSE INFORMATION
If you choose to purchase the DVD's of The History of Rock and Roll Disc 1-5, DVD five disc set; Warner Brothers Home DVD (2004). Used eBay about $45.00 or you may find and access the videos on YouTube. Video URL's are accessed via your student assignments located on your student dashboard.
The course textbook, Rockin’ Out! Popular Music in the U.S.A. by Reebee Garofalo, fourth, or later, Edition, ISBN-0-13-2343305-3, is available new and used starting at $7 from Amazon.com. It is also available at local libraries Or A free 2008 older edition version of the text can be view with a subscription to: Internet Access https://archive.org/ (copy and paste) You will need to sign up for an account to check out the internet version. Please note that the older editions may not correspond with the assignments numbers. Please adjust your reading to match the assignments.
ASSIGNMENTS REQUIRED FOR HOURS OR UNIVERSITY QUARTER CREDIT
A. INFORMATION ACQUISITION
Assignments done in a course forum will show responses from all educators active in the course. Feel free to read and respond to others comments.
Assignment #1: Introduce Yourself
Assignment #2: Access “Google” Map
Assignment #3: Rockin’ Out Popular Music
Assignment #4: View “The History of Rock and Roll”
Assignment #5: Read Rockin’ Out Popular Music
Assignment #6: “The History of Rock and Roll”
Assignment #7: Rockin’ Out Popular Music
Assignment #8: Punk & Up From The Underground
Assignment #9: Supplemental Materials
Some suggested artist are listed below.
A Tribe Called Quest – “I Left My Wallet In El Segundo”(1990) Fun clip about an adventure of four boys and a lost wallet.
Public Enemy: “By The Time I Get to Arizona” (1991) Public statement about making Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. birthday a holiday in the state of Arizona. Guns, reenactment of the assignation of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. murder, segregation aggression. Bombs and poison.
Arrested Development – Tennessee (1991) Samples bit of Prince's "Alphabet St." one of 500 songs that shaped Rock and Roll.
Shabba Ranks “Ting-A-ling” (1992) Island classroom. Shabba doing his scat and a simple drum marching.
Public Enemy: “Give It Up” (1994). Chuck D (Carlton Douglas Ridenhour) — leader, producer, lyricist, main vocalist, and artwork. Flavor Flav (William Jonathan Drayton, Jr.) — lyricist, vocalist, producer, instrumentalist, comic relief known as the biggest “Hype” man in Rap. Professor Griff (Richard Griffin) head of S1W, liaison between PE and S1W, road manager. Occasional vocalist and producer, plays drums at live shows. Brian Hardgroove. Guitarist, Band Director and producer. DJ Lord (Lord Aswod) — DJ, producer.Terminator X (Norman Rogers) — DJ, producer (former member). DJ Johnny Juice (John Rosado) Studio DJ, Producer. Sister Souljah, occasional vocalist, former member
KRS-One - MC's: “Act Like They Don't Know” (1995) Old School Hip-Hop (edited, one “ass”)
Buju Banton – Champion (1995) Island Def Jam recording. Buji hosting a dance party.
The Death of Jerry Garcia (1995) C.B.S. news program reporting on the life of Jerry Garcia.
Tupac Shakur’s last interview (1996)
Tupac Shakur “Dear Mama” (1996) A song cut for his mother released after his death.
Interview: Where were you when Tupac died? (1996) Strong language used.
Fleetwood Mac “Song Bird” (1997) Christy McVie solo. Pure, rich and simple song. A woman and her piano.
Destiny’s Child, “Say My Name” (2000) Beyonce prior to moving into her solo career.
Nelly Furtado, “I’m Like A Bird” (2000) Nelly romping in the wood with a few special effects.
Creed, “Arms Wide Open” (2000) Written for the birth of his child.
Lifehouse, “ Hanging By A Moment” (2000) Billboard’s top song of 2000.
Michael Jackson: “You Rock My World” (2001) Marlon Brando, Chris Tucker 12:30 clip (Fire, smoke, one knife, broken bottles).
OutKast: “Ms. Jackson” (2001) Andre 3000 and Big Boi are fixing up the house that is desperate need of repair. Edited language (one Hell)
Usher, “You Don’t Have To Call” (2001) Featuring P. Diddy.
NickleBack, “You Remind Me” (2001) AOL Unplugged. Pure sound with grit.
Linkin Park, “In The End” (2002) Heavy Metal meets Rap meets Rock.
Ja Rule feat. Ashanti, “Always On Time” (2002) Sweet Sound of Ashanti mixed with the baritone bass rap of Ja Rule.
No Doubt, “Hey Baby” (2002)
3 Doors Down, “Kryptonite” (2003) Old man revisits his superpowers.
Shania Twain, “Man! I Feel Like A Woman” (2003) A cover video of Robert Palmers “Addicted To Love ”. Cross over country pop.
Robert Palmer, “Addicted To Love” (1985) Jiggle Girls playing backup.
OutKast: with Big Boi and Andre 3000 “Hay Ya” (2003) A parody of the Beatles first stage show. Fun!
OutKast: “Roses” (2003) Edited version. High School rumble of the 50’s.
Black Eyed Peas, “ Where Is The Love?” (2003) Early Will-I-Am and Fergie featuring Justin Timberlake.
Dido, “White Flag” (2003) British songwriter nominated for a grammy for best female pop vocalist.
Green Day “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” (2004) Live performance. Notice the eye liner.
Madonna, “Vogue” (1990/2004) Live Footage for the Re-Invention Tour. This is the only version you could possibly show.
Kenny Chesney, “I Go Back (1993/2004) Reflecting on his glory days. Cross over country/pop.
50 Cent “Hate It Or Love It” (2005) A feel of the LA gangsta’ rap.
Christ Brown, “Yo, Excuse Me Miss” (2005) He’s a very talented,very young, dancing machine.
Red Hot Chili Peppers, “Dani California” (2006) Video covers the style of each early decades rock videos
Busta Rhymes: “In The Ghetto” (2006): Singing about ghetto life. Edited language clean version
Darryl McDaniels (DMC) and Sarah McLachlan “Just Like Me” (2006) Raps about being adopted. “Cat’s in The Cradle” by Harry Chapin sung in back ground.
John Mayer, “Clariy” (2006) Acoustic talent at nineteen.
M.I.A., “Paper Planes” (2007) Sri Lankan/British songwriter plus a graphic artist. Time Magazine’s Top 100 most influential artist.
Kanye West with Hype Williams: “Homecoming” (2008) Coming Home to Chi-town.
Public Enemy: Chuck D talks to the News Stand (2008) Positive message.
Ne-Yo, “Closer” (2008) Rhythmic and urban dance sound.
Beyonce, “At Last” (2008) Live Fashion Rocks or another version sung for the Obama’s at the inaugural ball.
Plain White Ts, “1,2,3,4” (2008) Feel good video featuring family members/
Taylor Swift, “You Belong With Me” (2009) Country teen pop.
Lil Wayne, “Prom Queen” (2009) Rap meets heavy metal.
Kanye West, “The Good Life” (2009) featuring T. Pain. Excellent graphics, very creative video.
Black Eyed Peas, “Boom, Boom, Pow” (2009) A push towards a new sound.
Add any other artist or group to your list that you feel needs to be added.
ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENTS REQUIRED FOR UNIVERSITY QUARTER CREDIT
B. LEARNING APPLICATION
In this section you will apply your learning to your professional situation. This course assumes that most participants are classroom teachers who have access to students. If you do not have a classroom available to you, please contact the instructor for course modifications. Assignments done in a course forum will show responses from all educators active in the course. Feel free to read and respond to others comments.
Assignment #10: Supplemental Material Catalog
Assignment #11: Lesson Plan
Assignment #12: (500 Level ONLY)
In addition to the 400 level assignments, complete one of the following:
Develop a Power Point presentation about one Rock and Roll Artist or Band that you feel contributed to the shift of genres or made a historical impact for their era.
Write a 2-3 page reflection on the ways that the early rock and roll artists or bands compared and comment on how they influenced the rock artists and bands of today.
Another assignment of your own design with the instructor’s prior approval.
C. INTEGRATION PAPER
Assignment #13: (Required for Clock Hrs, PDUs, CEUs, Act 48, 400 and 500 level)
SELF REFLECTION & INTEGRATION PAPER
(Please do not write this paper until you've completed all of your other assignments)
Write a 400-500 word Integration Paper answering these 5 questions:
INSTRUCTOR COMMENTS ON YOUR WORK:
Please indicate by email to the instructor if you would like to receive comments on your assignments.
QUALIFICATIONS FOR TEACHING THIS COURSE:
Debora Supplitt M.F.A-A.Ed./M.Ed. received her Masters (M.Ed.) and Bachelor of Art (B.A.) degree from San Francisco State University and Masters of Fine Arts in Art Education (M.F.A.-A.Ed,) from Boston University. She has worked with students of all levels, including preschool, elementary, middle school, high school and professional educators, since 1980. She is certified in Washington, Oregon and California in Pre/K-12-Adult Special and Elementary Education and is highly qualified in the core areas of Art, Music, Reading, and Special Education as well as being a trained Intervention Specialist. Debora knows the importance of providing a creative environment where all students and teachers can thrive. Presently she is working in her dream position as a full time middle school Art Teacher. Debora provides classroom teachers with the tools and resources needed to integrate art into the daily curriculum and is always busy developing new, creative and fun workshops for teachers. She is passionate about providing exciting, meaningful, useful and fun filled continuing education for all teachers.
HISTORY OF ROCK & ROLL: From Bop to Hip-Hop
Garofalo, Rebee. Rockin’ Out Popular Music in the U.S.A. Fourth Edition, (or later, 2008) paperback, 536 pages. ISBN- 0-13-2343305-3
Rockin' Out offers a comprehensive history of popular music in the United States from the heyday of Tin Pan Alley to the present day sounds of electronic dance music and teen pop, from the invention of the phonograph to the promise of the Internet. It offers an analysis and critique of the music itself as well as how it is produced and marketed.
Google Inc. is an American public corporation, earning revenue from advertising related to its Internet search, e-mail, online mapping, office productivity, social networking, and video sharing services as well as selling advertising-free versions of the same technologies. Google has also developed an open source web browser and a mobile operating system. The Google headquarters, the Googleplex, is located in Mountain View, California. As of 31 March 2009 (2009 -03-31), the company has 19,786 full-time employees. The company is running millions of servers worldwide, which process about 1 petabyte of user-generated data every hour. Google conducts hundreds of millions of search requests every day.
Grushkin, Paul D. The Art of Rock: Posters from Presley to Punk, (1997) Hardcover, 516 pages. ISBN13: 9780896595842
A firsthand history--exclusive interviews with scores of insiders, poster artists, musicians, promoters--this is the ultimate high for the rock music fan, required reading for the poster collector. Color illustrations and 100 black-and-white photographs.
NetFlix is an online DVD and Blu-ray Disc rental service, offering flat rate rental-by-mail and online streaming to customers in the United States. Established in 1997 and headquartered in Los Gatos, California, it has amassed a collection of 100,000 titles and approximately 10 million subscribers. The company has more than 55 million discs and, on average, ships 1.9 million DVDs to customers each day.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: http://www.rockhall.com
Inductee List: Leaders in the music industry joined together in 1983 to establish the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation. One of the Foundation’s many functions is to recognize the contributions of those who have had a significant impact on the evolution, development and perpetuation of rock and roll by inducting them into the Hall of Fame. http://www.rockhall.com/inductees/inductee-list
You Tube: www.youtube.com
YouTube is a video sharing website on which users can upload and share videos. Three former PayPal employees created You Tube in February 2005. In November 2006, You Tube, LLC was bought by Google Inc. for $1.65 billion, and is now operated as a subsidiary of Google.
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