Yes. He's done it again ladies and gentlemen. Frequent Flocab contributor and educational rap maven MC LaLa is back with an awesome, original music video and song on one of the most important documents in American history. As always, a very big thanks to Peter DiLalla, a.k.a. MC LaLa for this contribution to the Hip-Hop Classroom. Video:
What a year... Thank you all for making 2010 so great. And thank you for the incredible work you do, day in and day out. From all of us at Flocabulary: Happy holidays. We feel truly blessed to be part of a community of students, parents and educators who care. With your support, we'll be able to help even more students in 2011. Here is a little present. And like a department store, we gift rap. Enjoy - see you next decade!
Shout out to Gretchen Shary from San Antonio, TX for sharing this awesome home-made rap. Photosynthesis can be touch for students to wrap their minds around - not to mention all the content-area vocabulary! Just goes to show how fun and effective writing academic rhymes can be, for students and teachers both. By the way, Gretchen has a cool story. After getting a BS in Biology, she went on to get certification from the American Society for Clinical Pathology in Microbiology, worked in the local county hospital microbiology lab and then for a private microbiology lab. Putting her love of…
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Ahhhh... so good to see high-quality educational hip-hop out there! Check out this professionally produced track by Mr. Jones - he goes by UBlackJones on his YouTube site - that teaches kids all about verbs. It's a really cool video too, with kids singing the hook and getting A's like they know they could. Beware: this is CATCHY! "I Know My Verbs" from UBlackJones