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9-1 Level descriptors for Music.

9-1 Level descriptors for Music.

1-9 Level descriptors for Music. A4 Microsoft Publisher files for you to print out, laminate and stick on your classroom walls. Pupil friendly terminology and easy to understand. 9 pages that describe the levels.
Britlad
Introduction to Samba worksheet plus whole class listening

Introduction to Samba worksheet plus whole class listening

Links to literacy - Introduction to Samba comprehension questions including higher level thinking extension questions Pictures of Samba instruments including names and how to say them correctly Listening task including youtube link Would be good as an introduction into Samba music or as a plenary activity to calm them down after lively samba performance Suitable for use at KS3
catherinedykes
Baroque Music

Baroque Music

A powerpoint to recap/introduce the music of the Baroque era to GCSE students, particularly in preparation for AOS1 AQA before learning about Handel's oratorios.
jvoice
Ultimate Music Quizzes (Decades)

Ultimate Music Quizzes (Decades)

Fun for a Lesson. This time it's Themed! ...Includes Rock, Musical Theatre, Disney, Pop, TV Themes and Movie Themes. Have a great time and test yourself. Maguire OUT
totticoves
KS4: Introduction to AoS3: Traditional Music (AQA GCSE Music)

KS4: Introduction to AoS3: Traditional Music (AQA GCSE Music)

A six week practical scheme of work introducing students to AoS 3: Traditional Music (AQA GCSE). This resource is great for Year 9/10 students learning about this area of study for the first time. - The Blues (Paulo Nutini - Pencil full of lead) - Contemporary British Folk Music (Mumford & Sons - Little Lion Man) - Contemporary Latin Music (Santana - Smooth) Each genre is taught practically through performance, with practice listening questions and brief set work analysis (Santana - Smooth). This resource includes: - a ppt. covering all lessons and tasks. - a student workbook - lyrics and chords for each song *Tracks for each of the listening songs, and original performance tracks can be found easily online.
AndyGriffiths
Haydn Clock Intro lesson

Haydn Clock Intro lesson

A powerpoint to introduce Haydn's background and the background of the Clock symphony to GCSE students. Information would need teacher engagement to deliver to class, answer Qs etc. Final slide encourages the students to have a first listen to the set work - you could set questions for students to answer whilst listening, or ask them to map the piece out etc. before discussing.
jvoice
Music cover work. IT needed

Music cover work. IT needed

I have included two activities, both of which require research and so access to computers would be of use, or Library/Topic boxes are required. Activity 1: Design a music page for a website Activity 2: My life in a nutshell - research and interview/hot seat a famous musician.
jobaker44
TUNED / KEYBOARD  | 4 Film Pieces for KS2

TUNED / KEYBOARD | 4 Film Pieces for KS2

Print and get pupils to fill in the notes or add them before photocopying. Four simplified tunes for KS2 pupils including: 1. Harry Potter * 2. The Lion King 3. How To Train Your Dragon 4. Star Wars *missing first note on purpose due to missing the lower note on most primary school glockenspiels / tuned percussion.
tbrads90
Graphic Score and Success Criteria

Graphic Score and Success Criteria

I used this lesson with a year 2 class before Christmas. They chose an image and had to match the image to an instrument. They then had to create a graphic score using 3 images and play the composition. Success criteria included
rhian18