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What Is a Jazz Chant?

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A jazz chant is a poem that uses jazz rhythms to demonstrate the natural stress and intonation patterns of conversational American English. These chants provide a ground-breaking and exciting way to improve student's speaking and listening comprehension skills while reinforcing the language structures.
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Jazz Chants. are poems with repeated beats. The beat may vary depending on the idea of the reciter. Example: Meet Me. Meet me in the morning. Meet me at noon. Meet me in September
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Jazz Chants are snappy, rhythmical poems and rhymes that can be said with a swinging rhythm --similar to rap or rapping. Students may perform these jazzy poems in small or large groups
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Here is how to create a jazz chant: http://vimeo.com/8880773 Here's some information about jazz chants: http://www.onestopenglish.com/section.as… **************************
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