World music teaching resources
Secondary Music - World music
This Secondary Music collection includes resources on World Music as shared by the teaching community on TES, specifically chosen by the TES Resource Team. Some of the topics included are African Music, reggae, instrumentation, performance and composition, and all resources are available for free.
- PowerPoint includes lots of info on African Music, keywords, interactive slides, and polyrhythm games.
- Teacher’s guide to Indian music
- An introduction to Reggae - information sheet with some questions for pupils to answer.
- Card game and listening exercises based on Desmond Dekker
- Booklet to fill in with information about different world music types.
- Interactive music website links for Primary and Secondary schools.
- Amazing site where you can play the instruments of the gamelan and even compose with them.
- PowerPoint presentation of the instruments found in a Samba band.
- Video from the performing arts school of teachers teaching the intricacies of ethnomusicology.
- Powerpoint used to build skills towards a group composition of Indian Classical music.
- Worksheet for pupils to complete when they first listen to the set work by Capercaillie.
- Ask pupils to complete a mind map as they listen for the first time.
- PowerPoint about the different styles of Gamelan music and where it originates from.
- Tricky questions on the Capercaillie set work, that presume some knowledge of the song.
- Practical task based around the key aspects of ‘Yiri’.
- Help pupils work out which key terms they understand well and which they know less well, in relation to the set work ‘Yiri’ by Koko.
- Starter activities related to key terminology for the set work by Koko.