Friday, 20 January 2017

Day 13 activities by Ashleigh

Day 13 – La, La, La...
Although you had a very restful day yesterday watching TV you have woken up feeling quite tired. You decide to turn on the radio and listen to some music before you get up and get on with your day. When you turn on the radio, the first song that you hear is one by Justin Bieber, a musician from Canada.
Activity 1
Justin Bieber is arguably one of the most famous musicians in the world right now. He has had (#) of Number 1 hits, including the songs:
Watch the three videos. After you have finished watching them, rank them from #1 (best) to #3 (worst). On your blog, list the three videos in order from best to work and tell us why you have ranked them in that order.
sorry, love yourself, baby
because I think Sorry is the most popular song and Love yourself is harder to sing.
Activity 2
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Every year there is a huge music festival held in New Plymouth, New Zealand. It is called WOMAD. WOMAD stands for ‘World of Music, Arts and Dance.’ The festival began in 1980 and there are WOMAD festivals held every year in Australia, New Zealand, Chile, Spain, Italy and The United Arab Emirates. They attract singers and performers from all around the world. Imagine that you are on the WOMAD organising committee for next year. Which two musicians/bands would you invite to perform? On your blog tell us the names of the two musicians/bands and tell us a bit about them. Where are they from? What kind of music do they play?
Bigbang from Korea because they mostly play the rock song.
Mayday from Taiwan they sing rock song.


  1. Hi Ashleigh,

    I was wondering do you enjoy rock songs? I would sort of agree with you that love yourself it harder to sing, but do you have a explanation of baby? Anyway great work, I guess we are the ones that are going hard out with this summer learning journey. Kep it up!


  2. Hi Ashley!

    I used to live in South Korea, so I know Big Bang! They are very popular over there. I quite like Seungri as well. I haven't heard of Mayday but I will look them up.

    I think you might like the English band of R5.

    Another student recommended them.

    Keep up the great work