This is a movement activity song and the perfect "adrenaline drainer" for hyperactive classes. By virtue of its sheer momentum, your students will be compelled to move. You can corral their enthusiasm by teaching them a few basic moves to add. Get Up! Consider updating. From the very beginning, they should be up on their feet and clapping on beat 2 it's in cut-time of each measure. Let them wiggle and move freely in place while they clap. Every time the words "Get up! Try to have them do it so that they are "up" and "in the air" while they are saying the word, "up! After they've done it a few times and have gotten used to the automatic reaction to "Get up!
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Released on July 25, , the song serves as the first single from the original soundtrack to the film Step Up , as well as the lead single for her second album, Ciara: The Evolution. It features American rapper Chamillionaire. The song was written by the singer and rapper with her mentor Jazze Pha , who produced the song. The song received generally positive reviews from music critics, who compared it to her previous work, namely " 1, 2 Step. The single received generally positive reviews from music critics with most of them praising the production of the song and the songs genre; the song was noted for containing a "minimalist crunk grind which helped her debut sell three million copies". Additionally, the song was noted for being one of the highlights of the album, being called a "catchy, blipping track.
It was released as the album's lead single on May 6, Since its release it has sold over , downloads in the United States. It was debuted live at Coachella with Skrillex. It shows different footage; switching between Korn, fans, backstage, and the band's additional live musicians.