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Suggested Grade Level: 7-12
This research guide serves as a resource for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum's Education Department course, "Go Your Own Way": Conversations on Women who Rock. For additional information on the course and for more teacher resources, see: http://rockhall.com/education/distance-learning/courses/WWR-Conversations/
In this class, students will explore the various roles of trailblazing women in the music industry such as producers, performers, DJs, managers, executives, and journalists. This interactive videoconference class requires a thoughtful pre-connection writing assignment that will serve as the foundation for a dynamic discussion with Rock Hall educators.
Our catalog has a subject category for "Inductee." If you enter this term in the search box and choose "Subject" in the dropdown box, you will retrieve information on our resources that are related to Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees.
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