Let's share here, our song lyric sheets! I will upload most of mine, many which go with the videos in the discussion - International Singers in English. Scroll through the pages below.
Also see my 50 Ways to use Music In The Classroom for ideas.
Here are the complete videos but for info. about each singer go to the discussion. Also, in our videos tagged "lyrics" - you can get a lyric sheet with the video and also activity ideas. Also, get our Glee Songbook with videos! Your students will love this and its perfect for a camp or whole course.
Two great songs about impossible things. Use with the video links provided on the PDF.
Also students can read this book about impossible things on Gif Lingua. Register as a teacher for more worksheets on this topic.
This song almost all students will know - Carlos Santana - Smooth.
Learn the song and all about this famous musician. Students can read the book on Gif Lingua. Teachers - register and get extra teaching materials for this lesson.
Do you really think almost all will know it?
Within reason. We'll have to do a survey and play it and see if they've heard it before. The tune itself is pretty damn iconic through commercials, tv, movies etc ...
Hm. I like Santana but had never heard the song. I don't watch tv and apparently the occasional movie is not that kind. Maybe I'll check with my students here in Kazakhstan.
A really cool song and example of kinetic typography music video - Ok It's Alright With Me.
Use with the attached Lyric Listening foldem sheet. Students fold hotdog style and complete as they listen. Then unfold and view the answers.
Take On Me - by Norwegian band A - Ha was a huge song. Nice cartoon lyrics your students will enjoy.
This is a slower version just released. Unplugged. Very good for listening practice for intermediate level students.
Students can also study the vocabulary and read the book on Gif Lingua.
I am a native speaker of English, and I do not understand this song. What does the title mean? The meaning I know for 'take on so' is adversarial -- and in that sense a pronoun would be placed between 'take' and 'on.'
I believe the meaning is "to take on" - suggesting that the woman try him out and begin a relationship with him.....
Same meaning with "take me on" (actually a good example of how some phrasal verbs can be split.