“I Am Rock World Empathy” – Our Most Recent Song Release, Translated into 23 Additional Languages to Teach Empathy Around the World
Recently, we released the song, “I Am Rock World Empathy,” which was written by Pat McManus. Since being written in English, it has been translated into 23 additional languages – so people around the world can understand the song’s message of empathy.
Rock In Prevention’s Rock Digi curriculum uses the song, “I Am Rock World Empathy” in the Rock World Empathy – SEL and Global Studies curriculum for Grades 7-9. The song is used in the Rock Digi curriculum to help teach empathy and Social Emotional Learning (SEL) and can be found at rockdigi.org
“I Am Rock World Empathy” is a song written about how even though people around the world might have differences, we also have a lot of similarities and are connected as human beings around the world.
The lesson that this song is used in in the Rock Digi curriculum encourages students to stop and contemplate their answers for the following questions:
- Could you control what continent or country you were born in?
- Could you control who your parents are?
- Could you control if you were raised rich or poor?
And based on your answers to these three questions, how does that help you to be empathetic towards people that are from different places, or are just plain different from you?
This song has been translated into:
And there are music videos created for the song in each language. Please feel free to check them out at our YouTube channel – Rock In Prevention Pat McManus!
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