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(Updated on 13/05/2016)

 



DICTIONARIES :
  • Le patois rasta (patwa en jamaïcain), "aussi appelé « Dread talk », « I-talk », « I-ance » ou encore « I-yaric » est le langage que les rastas ont élaboré de façon à se rendre indépendants du joug colonial qui pesait sur le peuple jamaïcain. Cette langue revêt également aux yeux des rastas l’apparence d’une ré-interprétation de l’héritage reçu et une affirmation de leur culture, mélange de racines africaines selon lesquelles le verbe contient l'essence, et de culture rasta."
    (Wikipedia)

 

VOCABULARY :

 

 

  • Music Terms Display (primaryresources.co.uk)

  • "A podcast is an MP3 file that can be put on any portable MP3 player and listened to away from your computer.
    You can also listen to a podcast on your computer."

 

  • Sodcasting "is described by The Urban Dictionary as "The act of playing music through the speaker on a mobile phone, usually on public transport.
    Commonly practised by young people wearing polyester, branded sportswear with dubious musical taste."

    (BBC)

 

  • Music - a lesson proposed by Randall S. Davis with :
    - a list of commonly-used vocabulary with a recording of the words in RealMedia format.
    - a short quiz to test students' comprehension of some of the words,
    - a Follow-Up exercise for expanding students' use of the vocabulary in a conversation with a partner or group.

    (esl-lab)
  • British Pop Music (learnenglish.de) :
    Banghra - BritPop - Garage - Glam Rock (aka Glitter Rock) - Goth - Grunge - Hip Hop - Indie - Madchester - Mods - Northern Soul - Punk - Rockers - Ska - Soca - Techno - UK Garage - Learning English through Pop Music - Interesting British Bands