TES GCSE Music revision
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.