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Media Presentation (JCunningham & AYeager)
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Media Presentation (JCunningham & AYeager)
Media Presentation (JCunningham & AYeager)
Media Presentation (JCunningham & AYeager)
Media Presentation (JCunningham & AYeager)
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Media presentation for Libr264-01: From the Epic to the Embarrassing

Media presentation for Libr264-01: From the Epic to the Embarrassing

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  • 1. Now on to the Embarrassing…<br />In your tween/teen years, didn’t you listen to music that makes you cringe now? It’s embarrassing, but I was an avid fan of New Kids on the Block and Debbie Gibson when I was in middle school. <br />What Tweens are listening to now… selections made by Andrea<br />
  • 2. Justin Bieber<br />Origin: London, Ontario, Canada<br />Genre: Pop, R&B<br />Discography:<br />My World (EP)(2009)<br />My World 2.0 (2010)<br />Key Songs:<br />Baby<br />Pray<br />
  • 3. Justin Bieber<br />Why is he so popular?<br />His wholesome, clean music is about searching for love and friendship<br />Music contains positive messages about community and helping those less fortunate<br />Awards, etc.<br />“Baby” was covered by Glee cast <br />Received Nickelodeon’s Kid’s Choice Award for Best Male Singer 2010- song “Baby” was voted Best Song<br />Won American Music Awards Artist of the Year, Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist & Album in 2010 <br />Endorsed by Common Sense Media as a positive role model for tweens<br />
  • 4. Katy Perry<br />Origin: Santa Barbara, CA<br />Genre: Pop<br />Discography:<br />Katy Hudson (2001)<br />One of the Boys (2008)<br />Teenage Dream (2010)<br />Key Songs: <br />Teenage Dream<br />California Gurls<br />Firework<br />
  • 5. Katy Perry<br />Why is she so popular?<br />Bright, unconventional dress and addictive, entertaining songs<br />Questionable lyrics push conventions of acceptable behavior- overtly sexual content<br />“Firework” lyrics contain positive message about self esteem, “You're original, cannot be replaced. If you only knew what the future holds. After a hurricane comes a rainbow.”<br />Concerns: <br />Common Sense Media rates her music as “iffy” for youth under 13 <br />
  • 6. BRUNO MARS<br />Origin: Honolulu, Hawaii<br />Genre: Pop, Rock, Hip-Hop, Rap, R&B, Reggae<br />Discography: <br />Doo- Wops and Hooligans (2010)<br />Key Songs: <br />Just the Way You Are<br />Marry You<br />Count on Me<br />
  • 7. BRUNO MARS<br />Why is he so popular?<br />His music contains positive messages about friendship, acceptance, and taking care of each other<br />Work with other recording artists such as Cee Lo Green, B.o.B, and Damien Marley<br />Awards, etc.<br />Won Grammy Award this year for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance<br />“Nothin’ On You” won Best Song at the Soul Train Music Awards 2010<br />
  • 8. GLEE <br />Origin: Los Angeles, CA<br />Genre: Television Comedy<br />Major Albums: <br />Glee: The Music, Volumes 1-5<br />Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album<br />Key Songs:<br />Don’t Stop Believing <br />Don’t Rain on my Parade<br />Push it<br />Forget You <br />Empire State of Mind<br />
  • 9. GLEE<br />What makes Glee so popular?<br />The show explores themes of self acceptance and struggles with self doubt<br />Characters explore issues surrounding coming of age through the use of song<br />Cast perform ‘clean’ versions of many popular songs that contain questionable/offensive language<br />The music performed by the cast is diverse across genres<br />Cast of Characters are diverse in ethnicity and sexual orientation<br />The show and musical recordings have received numerous awards including a Golden Globe in 2010 for Best Television Series<br />
  • 10. Lady Gaga<br />Origin: New York City, NY<br />Genre: Pop, Dance, Electronic<br />Discography:<br />The Fame (2008)<br />The Fame Monster(2009)<br />Born This Way (2011)<br />Key Songs:<br />Just Dance<br />Born this Way<br />
  • 11. Lady Gaga<br />Positive Attributes:<br />LGBTQ advocate<br /><ul><li>Wore dress constructed out of at MTV Music Awards to protest “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.”</li></ul>“Born this Way” contains positive messages about self acceptance- Common Sense Media endorses the song as, “positive and affirming.”<br />Lady Gaga’s music is wildly popular with tweens and teens- Episode of Glee honoring her creativity<br />Concerns:<br />Overtly sexual lyrics<br />Learning Opportunity:<br />Parents and adults working with tweens could use the example set forth by Lady Gaga as an opportunity to speak with youth about self image, acceptance, and issues affecting the LGBTQ community. <br />
  • 12. Tween Mix Tape<br />For a sampling of the music go to:<br />http://8tracks.com/a05/thirtween-mix<br />Enjoy!<br />Andrea<br />

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