I always want to discuss all of the fabulous music of the 1960s era, however, I often find myself running out of time as I struggle to include all of the amazing content also. As my students wanted to hear this music as much as me, I decided that it would be fun to create a bracket for them to vote on their favorites. With each song, they also research the historical context which led to the lyrics and the song’s creation. My students have so much fun researching and arguing why their song should win!
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