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POSTUNIT REFLECTIONS FREE WRITE Remember Dont worry Keep your pen and pencil moving for the whole five minutes BRAINSTORM In your journal spend one minute writing down all the ways you listen to or download music ID: 782977 Download

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LESSON 10 COPYRIGHT AND POST-UNIT REFLECTIONS

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FREE WRITERemember….

Don’t worry!

Keep your pen and pencil moving for the whole five minutes.

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BRAINSTORM In your journal, spend one minute writing down all the ways you listen to or download music.Ready… set… GO!

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ACTIVITY

Did you enjoy your songwriting experience

?

Why or why not

?

What, if anything, was difficult about the process

?

What, if anything, surprised you about the process

?

How did you feel when you completed your song? Proud? A sense of accomplishment? Surprised at what you could create?

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How much should it cost to hear music?Songwriters make their living through earning a royalty. This is the part of the profit from music sales that is paid to writers.When listeners download

their songs

for

free

,

they deprive songwriters of their income.

Illegal downloading

is the act of obtaining files from the Internet that one does not have the permission to use.

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A copyright gives songwriters legal protection when their work is illegally downloaded.

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Do you think illegal downloading is a serious crime, or is it OK if you can get away with it? Why or why not?

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A songwriter could earn money in the following ways:Mechanical royalty -

S

ongwriters

receive income when someone buys a recording of their song via digital download or CD.

Performance royalty

-

Songwriters

receive income when their song is played on the radio, streamed online, heard in a public place, or performed live at a concert.Synchronization (sync) license - Songwriters receive income when someone uses their song in a movie, television show, or commercial.

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Illegal downloading threatens a songwriter’s ability to make money!The current mechanical royalty rate for the songwriter’s share is 9.1 cents per song

.

This is usually split between the songwriter and the publisher.

A

publisher

is a business person or a company who works to get the songs recorded by singers or used in movies or on television.

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Think about how hard you worked on your songs. Imagine you would be paid every time someone buys your song, but many people are downloading it illegally instead of buying it. How would that make you feel? Does this change your opinion about illegal downloading? Why or why not?Answer the following

questions in

your

journal

.

Brainstorm

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What did you learn about songwriting in this unit?The next time you write a song, what steps would you follow?

How would you find a topic

?

How would you get ideas

?

How would you organize your thoughts

?

What are the parts of a song you would need to include?

Reflect

on the lyric-writing process by answering the following questions

in your

journal.

Brainstorm

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It’s almost time to meet a songwriter!In your journal, list at least three questions you would like to ask the songwriter at the workshop.

Brainstorm

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