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Join Media Rhythm Institute in the Teen Center at the Central library for iRhyme!
iRhyme is a reading literacy program that uses HipHop to encourage entrepreneurship, & interest in STEM. Beyond creating songs and CD's, iRhyme guides students through articles focused on social issues & community-driven solutions. Students are given the opportunity to digest, respond to & accept or reject what they read. After writing their own lyrics in response to the assigned reading, they learn how to produce songs (recording, editing, and more).
Engage 3-4 texts per program & create 3-4 songs based on the text that they engage
Receive reading tips & tricks for comprehension & demonstration of comprehension
Have at least one performance during the program finale
Be given CD's to practice marketing, advertising & selling their finished product
To register please go to the following link:
Wednesday, February 26 at 3:30pm to 5:00pm
Central Library, Teen Center- Learning Lab
400 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD 21201