Week 4 Discussion Board: Mood/Tone During the Great Depression, the folk and jaz
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Week 4 Discussion Board: Mood/Tone
During the Great Depression, the folk and jazz genres boomed. (See the Following Video Links in Module 4).
1. Watch the Big Rock Candy Mountain and The Three Little Pigs 2. Silly Symphony videos.
3. Then, listen to Brother, Can you Spare A Dime.
4. And then finally, listen to Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries and The Gold Digger’s Song (We’re In The Money).
Think about the three different groups. To begin, briefly describe each group (1, 2, and 3) and the tone/mood of the song(s). Each of the ways deals with a bad situation differently.
Next write about which type of music you prefer when something bad happens to you. (I REALLY DO NOT HAVE A PREFRENCE ON MUSIC WHEN SOMETHING BAD HAPPENS. I LIKE ALL MUSIC, 90’S COUNTRY, ALTERNATIVE MUSIC, OLD SCHOOL RAP, AS LONG AS IT IS NOT A SLOW SAPPY SONG.
Please see this link on how to write a good discussion board post: https://www.elearners.com/education-resources/online-learning/how-to-write-an-a-discussion-posting/ (Links to an external site.)
Please write a 250+ word response to this by Wednesday at 11:59pm. This is an academic assignment and should be written accordingly. Grammar and punctuation will be graded along with content. Choose one specific example from the reading to support your argument. To make your writing stronger, choose specific examples from the readings to support your statements. Site your reference using the correct MLA in-text citation(Links to an external site.)Your supporting reference material should account for no more than 50% of your response.
Please read your classmates responses and write 100 words as a reply to at least two responses by Sunday at 11:59pm. Be courteous to your classmates when responding.
Rubric: DMAD Discussion Assignment Rubric
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