1. This is a regular music video that involves learning the words by heart and lip syncing to it.
When I did the PLC lead teachers seminar, I met Sharon Cohen, from Yeshurun school in Netanya, a super talented colleague who has amazing ideas. We decided to have a little fun with those options on Musical.ly:
Here is an example another of one, used by three difference "musers":
When I have a project about The Beatles, I can teach one of their songs. When I teach the Present Progressive, I can teach a song that has many verbs in the Present Progressive such as "Tom's Diner" by Suzanne Vega. In addition, think about the level of the students.
Don't bring "Rap God" (a super-fast rap song) by Eminem if your students are in the 3rd grade. Not to mention, appropriate content.
2. Do a musical.ly video yourself, as a teacher, in front of the students and transfer immediately to your computer to screen this on the
smartboard. The example will illustrate the process better and will show
them how easy this is and how much fun it is.
This is a musical.ly video (well, just photos from it) that I did in front of 3rd grade students, just to show them how it's done: