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Rock your social studies and language arts classes with a webcast presented by Teach Rock
that explores the power of cultural icons.
Celebrity guests examine the influence The Beatles
had on society during the changing times of the 1960s and beyond and answer questions from students.
Use the webcast activities below to transform this into a journalistic adventure for students.
Classroom Resources for Middle & High School
Click for resources from Teach Rock to supplement your lessons, introduce students to The Beatles, and explore the landscape of the 1960s.
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additional lessons about The Beatles' working years before success hit, the power of The Beatles' image, their retreat to the recording studio, and the team behind the band. The full Teach Rock program includes numerous free lessons and multimedia that can be used to teach social studies, history, language arts, and more, using a medium that students can relate
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Discover More About The Beatles
"The Beatles: Eight Days a Week—The Touring Years is based on the
first part of The Beatles' career (1962–1966)—the period in which they
toured and captured the world's acclaim. Ron Howard's film will explore
how John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr
came together to become this extraordinary phenomenon, 'The
Beatles.' " —From Apple Corps 6/20/16 press release

Available to Hulu subscribers on 9/17/16. Click here for more information.
Note: This documentary is not rated. Teachers should review the film before showing it to students to determine if it is age appropriate, as it contains some mature language and content, such as smoking and a reference to marijuana.

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