TES GCSE Music revision
A collection of GCSE music lesson plans and teaching resources , suitable or all abilities at KS4.There’s music theory, terms and vocabulary, plus listening guides, games and quizzes.
GCSE revision resources
Simple pocket guide to music theory needed for GCSE music exam. Short questions and examples.
A PowerPoint quiz with timed slides, using definitions of key words and essential vocab for GCSE music listening exams.
This guide has been put together to help with last minute revision for the AQA listening and appraising test.
Some more revision aids for GCSE pupils - summary of set works and style of music. To be used alongside other aids.
All the information on each set work on one page to help with revision.
Introduction to the four main periods of orchestral music, including information about how to tell the difference between them.
The questions are currently on key vocabulary, composers and listening skills - but template can be adapted.
GCSE revision musical terms crossword.
Colourful guide to the different textures studied at GCSE and A level for the listening exam.
A ‘fill in the blanks’ worksheet - suitable for revision activity, cover work, etc.
Scheme of Work on one PowerPoint. Includes lots of different film composers, different games for starters and plenaries.
Information sheets regarding the classical era.
Short PowerPoint that prompts pupils into thinking of an appropriate question to suit the answer they are being shown on screen.
Introducing the different ways in which a ground bass can be manipulated and adapted. - A good resource for teaching ground bass structure to GCSE students.
A brief introduction to Minimalism - this has been used to give students a starting point for starting a minimalist composition.
Questions on electronic music relating to the Rhinegold Student’s Guide to GCSE Music (Edexcel), followed by one page of relevant terms, for students to write in the definition.
Guide for students on how their composition will be marked (mostly taken from current Edexcel specification).
A ‘fill in the gaps’ style worksheet for low ability GCSE students to use for Revision purposes.