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This printable workbook is suitable for homework, classwork or distance learning: it will help your students to get more from watching documentaries and videos. This colourful printable booklet includes ten learning sessions spread over twenty pages. You could also just print a couple of pages from this workbook to create a worksheet for an instant video-learning lesson: ideal for cover lessons!

This teaching resource is designed for GCSE Music and explores the history of music. The workbook is suitable for all specifications.

The workbook includes links to ten different documentaries or lengthily videos and straight-forward note-taking and comprehension activities so as to structure and foster engagement with the documentary whilst enhancing student learning.

The twenty-page workbook was designed with homework in mind and contains ten different homework sessions. I would suggest using the booklet as a simple way to take care of ‘every other homework’ and use it to supplement your other approaches to homework: just print the booklets out and give them to your students. You can also use the booklets just as well in a classroom setting and they are incredibly easy to use such that even a non-specialist cover-teacher could make use of them. They’re also an ideal way to bolster your distance learning provisions in times of student absence.

Over time some of the links in this workbook might expire, I’ll try to update them from time to time but the workbook is easy to edit - so make sure you check that the links still work before printing and update any broken/defunct links that might crop-up! I’ve done my best to include links to the best videos available for this topic: teachers should ensure that the video links included are suitable for their specific classes.

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Copyright Adam Godwin (2020)


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