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Song corner
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Activity 5

Song corner

Jimi Hendrix

Sex Pistols

▬ Songs Selection ▬

  • Star Spangled Banner, by Jimi Hendrix, 1969.
    Star‑Spangled Banner, National Anthem of the United States, 1931.
  • God Save The Queen, by Sex Pistols, 1977.
    God Save The Queen, National Anthem of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth, 1744.
  • Gangsta Paradise, by Coolio, 1995.
    Pastime Paradise, by Stevie Wonder, 1976.
  • Adam’s Song , by Blink 182, 2000.
    Come As You Are, by Nirvana, 1992.
  • Zombie , by Bad Wolves, 2018.
    Zombie, by The Cranberries, 1993.
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You are in charge of a pair of songs from the list.

Go on the Internet to listen to both the original and the cover. What was the purpose of this revisit?

How does (do) the artist(s) revisit this song?

Let's talk this out!

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Share your findings and learn about other songs.

What are the common points and the differences?

Which song do you prefer? Why?

Your time to shine!

Your group is in charge of the music for the exhibition “Arts: Copying Or Denouncing?” You were asked to select the song that best corresponds to the spirit of the exhibition. Make a choice and be ready to present it to the audience.

From French to English

La traduction de « vouloir »

→ Vouloir faire quelque chose.
Ex : I want to do something.
→ Vouloir que quelqu’un fasse quelque chose ( à l’ordre des mots).
Ex : He wants them to do something.

Attention :
Je voudrais (souhait) : would like to + V
Ex : I would like to learn how to sing.
Je veux bien (cela ne me dérange pas).
Ex : Yes please / please do / I don’t mind…
Mes parents veulent bien / ne veulent pas (donner la permission) : My parents let me / don’t let me / don’t want me to...

Let's learn!

Let’s play Karaoke

Find the karaoke version of one of the songs of the selection and do a karaoke battle in class. You don’t need to sing but your pronunciation must be perfect!
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Over to you!

My view on art

Let’s use what you have learnt in and / or !

On a blog online, you read the following quote: “Every work of art derives to some extent from antecedent works of art”. Do you agree? Why? Post your reaction, then read other people’s comments on this point and react to it as well.

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