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Music Center: Don't Break the Dynamics! - Dynamics Symbol Reading Game

Music Center: Don't Break the Dynamics! - Dynamics Symbol Reading Game

This is a super fun (yet truly educational!) game based on the popular game, “Don’t Break the Ice!” You will verbally hear them calling out the dynamics terms as they tap each ice out! It also works great for sub plans! Note: This purchase does not include the actual game “Don’t Break the Ice” and requires that this game is purchased separately. This game is included in the Don’t Break the Music BUNDLE found here! Your students will LOVE playing this game in Rhythm Centers or as a stand-alone activity! This also makes a great music sub tub plan! You will verbally hear them calling out the names of the notes as they break the ice. It also works great for sub plans! In this resource: • Cards to print out (8 cards to one sheet of paper). • Directions for Teacher. • Directions for Students - print out and put in the packet for students! • Game pieces to print, laminate, and attach to ice pieces. Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
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Music Center: Don't Break the Instruments! - Instrument Family Game

Music Center: Don't Break the Instruments! - Instrument Family Game

This is a super fun (yet truly educational!) game based on the popular game, “Don’t Break the Ice!” You will verbally hear them calling out the instrument families as they tap each ice out! It also works great for sub plans! Note: This purchase does not include the actual game “Don’t Break the Ice” and requires that this game is purchased separately. This game is included in the Don’t Break the Music BUNDLE found here! Your students will LOVE playing this game in Rhythm Centers or as a stand-alone activity! This also makes a great music sub tub plan! You will verbally hear them calling out the names of the notes as they break the ice. It also works great for sub plans! In this resource: • Cards to print out (8 cards to one sheet of paper). • Directions for Teacher. • Directions for Students - print out and put in the packet for students! • Game pieces to print, laminate, and attach to ice pieces. Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
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Music Center: Don't Break the Recorder! - Recorder Fingerings Music Game

Music Center: Don't Break the Recorder! - Recorder Fingerings Music Game

This is a super fun (yet truly educational!) game based on the popular game, “Don’t Break the Ice!” Students must identify recorder fingerings and tap their ice piece out. Great for reinforcement and music stations! It also works great for sub plans! Note: This purchase does not include the actual game “Don’t Break the Ice” and requires that this game is purchased separately. This game is included in the Don’t Break the Music BUNDLE found here Your students will LOVE playing this game in Rhythm Centers or as a stand-alone activity! This also makes a great music sub tub plan! You will verbally hear them calling out the names of the notes as they break the ice. It also works great for sub plans! In this resource: • Cards to print out (8 cards to one sheet of paper). • Directions for Teacher. • Directions for Students - print out and put in the packet for students! • Game pieces to print, laminate, and attach to ice pieces. Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
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Music Center: Don't Break the Pitches! - Treble Clef Pitch Note Reading Game

Music Center: Don't Break the Pitches! - Treble Clef Pitch Note Reading Game

This is a super fun (yet truly educational!) game based on the popular game, “Don’t Break the Ice!” In this game, students must identify note names and tap out the correct pitch. Don’t be the one to knock out the Penguin! Note: This purchase does not include the actual game “Don’t Break the Ice” and requires that this game is purchased separately. his game is included in the Don’t Break the Music BUNDLE found here! Your students will LOVE playing this game in Rhythm Centers or as a stand-alone activity! This also makes a great music sub tub plan! You will verbally hear them calling out the names of the notes as they break the ice. It also works great for sub plans! In this resource: • Cards to print out (8 cards to one sheet of paper). • Directions for Teacher. • Directions for Students - print out and put in the packet for students! • Game pieces to print, laminate, and attach to ice pieces. Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
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Dance Music Mash Up KS3 Keyboard Task - Shape of You and many more.

Dance Music Mash Up KS3 Keyboard Task - Shape of You and many more.

Suitable for a pairs task on keyboard in a KS3 Music Classroom. I am currently using music technology with Year 8 music classes to create a piece of club dance music from the ‘breaks’ or ‘hooks’ on the sheet. The have all been transposed into Am so will flow nicely into each other - students could also compose their own chord sequence in Am that these hooks will work with. The sheet contains 2-4 bars of the main hooks from the following songs: 7 Nation Army - White Stripes Shape of You - Ed Sheeran Wake Me Up - Avicii Insomnia - Faithless Lady Gaga - Poker Face King - Years and Years
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Music Center: Don't Break the Ukulele! - Ukulele Centers Game

Music Center: Don't Break the Ukulele! - Ukulele Centers Game

This is a super fun (yet truly educational!) game based on the popular game, “Don’t Break the Ice!” In this game, students must identify chord names and tap out the correct pitch. Don’t be the one to knock out the Penguin! Note: This purchase does not include the actual game “Don’t Break the Ice” and requires that this game is purchased separately. This game is included in the Don’t Break the Music BUNDLE! Your students will LOVE playing this game in Rhythm Centers or as a stand-alone activity! This also makes a great music sub tub plan! You will verbally hear them calling out the names of the notes as they break the ice. It also works great for sub plans! In this resource: • Cards to print out (8 cards to one sheet of paper). — Ukulele chords on staff — Ukulele names of notes in chord — Ukulele fingering chart for chord • Directions for Teacher. • Directions for Students - print out and put in the packet for students! • Game pieces to print, laminate, and attach to ice pieces. Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
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Music Center: Don't Break the Pitches! - Solfege Pitch Note Reading Game

Music Center: Don't Break the Pitches! - Solfege Pitch Note Reading Game

This is a super fun (yet truly educational!) game based on the popular game, “Don’t Break the Ice!” In this game, students must identify note names and tap out the correct pitch. Don’t be the one to knock out the Penguin! Note: This purchase does not include the actual game “Don’t Break the Ice” and requires that this game is purchased separately. This game is included in the Don’t Break the Music BUNDLE! Your students will LOVE playing this game in Rhythm Centers or as a stand-alone activity! This also makes a great music sub tub plan! You will verbally hear them calling out the names of the notes as they break the ice. It also works great for sub plans! In this resource: • Cards to print out (8 cards to one sheet of paper). • Directions for Teacher. • Directions for Students - print out and put in the packet for students! • Game pieces to print, laminate, and attach to ice pieces. Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
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Rock and Roll One Off Lesson

Rock and Roll One Off Lesson

A basic lesson on Rock and Roll with listening activity on Jailhouse Rock (find on You Tube) and also a performance task to get pupils to play the start of Bill Hayley’s Rock Around the Clock (sheet music available on line for free) Good as a bridge from Blues Music. Good for a cover lesson. Good as part of a time line SOW.
ruthmazur
All the Theory You Need!

All the Theory You Need!

A basic power point that is useful for Year 9, GCSE or Grade 1 Theory Lessons. Covers the following: Signs and Symbols Clefs Repeats Scales Intervals Ways to compose - arpeggios, canon etc. Structures - Binary, Ternary etc.
ruthmazur
EDEXCEL GCSE MUSIC (1-9) APPRAISING EXAM SECTION A REVISION

EDEXCEL GCSE MUSIC (1-9) APPRAISING EXAM SECTION A REVISION

This resource places some of the main features of each set work together on a single sheet to give students an overview of each work in the same place. The organisation is based around ‘Musical Contexts’ and ‘Musical Elements’. It is set up to print on A3 Paper for ease of access.
JEVASON
The Concerto Through Time

The Concerto Through Time

Suitable for KS4 OCR GCSE Music - Based on the New 9-1 A power point that basically goes through from Baroque to Romantic Concerto for pupils to take notes from and start a discussion. To be used in conjunction with the OCR GCSE Music Study Guide by Rhinegold Education book or as a stand alone. Keywords in red to be added to glossary and suggested listening tracks all available on You Tube.
ruthmazur
Music Center: Don't Break the Rhythms! - Rhythm Game

Music Center: Don't Break the Rhythms! - Rhythm Game

This is a super fun (yet truly educational!) game based on the popular game, “Don’t Break the Ice!” In this game, students must identify note names and hope they don’t cause all the ice to fall! Note: This purchase does not include the actual game “Don’t Break the Ice” and requires that this game is purchased separately. This game is included in the Don’t Break the Music BUNDLE found here! Your students will LOVE playing this game in Rhythm Centers or as a stand-alone activity! This also makes a great music sub tub plan! You will verbally hear them calling out the names of the notes as they break the ice. It also works great for sub plans! In this resource: • Cards to print out (8 cards to one sheet of paper). • Directions for Teacher. • Directions for Students - print out and put in the packet for students! • Cards to print, laminate, and attach to ice pieces. Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
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Theme and Variations 1

Theme and Variations 1

This is a 6 week Unit of work. I teach it to year 7 but is suitable for low ability Year 8 students as well. *PLEASE NOTE THIS IS THEME AND VARIATION 1 - THERE IS A THEME AND VARIATION 2 UNIT WHICH COVERS REMIXES AND HAS A MORE MODERN APPROACH IN TERMS OF INSTRUMENTS ETC. TO FOLLOW THIS. * Learning Objectives: To understand the definition of a theme and variation. To identify and define certain musical devices. To listen and match devices with Mozart’s Theme and Variation. To perform a theme. To create 2 or 3 variations from the theme using specific musical devices. . To explain what you have done using musical language. Included is: a power point which covers all six lessons and a worksheet which accompanies the power point. The power point and worksheet are quite self explanatory but I have put some brief notes below: Discuss with the class the definitions of T and V and then listen to Mozart. Give a little background is needs be at this point on life in classical times. Explain he had no studio etc!! Read through listening activity and discuss new keywords. (we note these in a glossary) Complete Listening Activity. Recap note reading and get pupils to learn Twinkle twinkle on the keyboards. Perform to the class. Discuss easy ways to change a theme - use tick boxes on worksheet so pupils work through list - perform. Move onto harder ways to change theme and us tick boxes again. Get pupils to combine all of their ideas to create 2 or 3 full variations and then perform and discuss.
ruthmazur
Afro-Celt Release

Afro-Celt Release

First of 7 lessons. My whole SoW is for sale here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/afro-celt-lessons-for-gcse-music-11900896
hannyp85
Star Wars lesson

Star Wars lesson

This is an overview for Practice Paper 1 - my SoW lessons for Star Wars is for sale here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/star-wars-gcse-set-work-11897581
hannyp85
Musical Note and Rest Length Flashcards (note value)

Musical Note and Rest Length Flashcards (note value)

These flashcards will help your students to memorise their musical note and rest lengths. Each card has the note/rest image and name (UK and US) on one side and the number of crotchet beats it represents on the other side. Simply cut out the cards, leaving the matching pairs attached, fold in half and laminate or stick the two sides together. Note/rest lengths included: Semiquaver/sixteenth note Quaver/eighth note Dotted quaver/eighth note Crotchet/quarter note Dotted crotchet/quarter note Minim/half note Dotted minim/dotted half note Semibreve/whole note
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Poulenc Harmony & Tonality Revision (Eduqas Music A Level)

Poulenc Harmony & Tonality Revision (Eduqas Music A Level)

This is ideal to be used in a revision lesson of the set work Poulenc’s Trio for Oboe, Bassoon and Piano, mvt. 2. The first page asks a series of questions, referring to each section of the movement, regarding the harmony and tonality of this piece of music. The second page provides the answers for teachers, and can also be a useful revision tool for students as it covers some of the basic harmony and tonality points. Students will need to work on this with an unannotated copy of the score. It does not provide a full harmonic and tonal analysis - it is intended as a revision or assessment preparation tool.
kn0854
Music GCSE OCR (New spec 9-1) Revision Guide

Music GCSE OCR (New spec 9-1) Revision Guide

This is a revision guide for all of the GCSE topics on the new OCR Specification, including: Rhythms from around the world Conventions of Pop Film Music Concerto through Time It includes key features, instruments and other key information, and would be useful to give to GCSE students in order for them to revise for their exam.
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Year 7 Music - End of Year Exam

Year 7 Music - End of Year Exam

This Year 7 Music exam has been created to cover a range of music knowledge most students would have covered. The first half of the paper includes a listening section which the teacher leads from the piano, asking students to identify pitch/dynamic/tonality/rhythm changes, major/minor chords, and comment on how a piece of music represents a certain atmosphere. The second section is knowledge based, and covers musical elements, instruments, families of the orchestra, reading the treble clef, note durations and chord identification. The paper comes with a full mark scheme.
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Back to School Music Lesson Plan Bundle! K-5 Lessons for the first day!

Back to School Music Lesson Plan Bundle! K-5 Lessons for the first day!

This is a tried and true set of lessons that will really hook your kids! Kid will leave that first day saying your class is SUPER FUN! If you can get that reputation, the kids will buy into all the amazing things you teach them in the future! This is a music back to school lessons bundle of the following products: • Kindergarten First Day Plan • 1st, 2nd, and 3rd First Day Plan • 4th and 5th Grade First Day Plan PLUS! Bonus PowerPoint for those first day introductions and rules! Included in this File • Detailed (yet editable) lesson plans for K-5. State (GA) GPS Standards, National Music Standards, and National Core Arts Standards are marked. • PowerPoints to guide the lesson for each level. (Google Slides version included!) • Video demonstration of the cup games. • Links to any resources needed to complete the lesson. (List below) • Bonus PowerPoint for that first day which includes a way to go over class rules, reminders to go to the bathroom and get water, and reminders for the rewards and consequences of behavior. Text is editable if you are able to download the matching fonts. Otherwise some reformatting will be required. A PDF version is supplied for those that cannot download fonts. • Bonus - MUSIC rules (only) from this set* NOTE: THE 4th/5th PLANS ARE SPECIFICALLY FOR THE MAKING MUSIC VERSION OF “TURN THE BEAT AROUND.” IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO USE A DIFFERENT VERSION YOU WILL NEED TO MODIFY THE DIRECTIONS INCLUDED TO FIT YOUR VERSION This is meant to be a guide for your individual situation. Substitutions for any part of the lesson is acceptable. Additional items you need to teach the lesson directly as written that are NOT included. Thank you to Alfred Publishing for their written permission to use the lyrics to the resource, “Turn the Beat Around” in this publication.
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Back to School Music Lesson Plan! Hiccup Buttercup for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd

Back to School Music Lesson Plan! Hiccup Buttercup for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd

Are you a new music teacher or a veteran music teacher looking for some fresh ideas? Want to have a fantastic first day in music? Look no further! This is a tried and true set of lessons that will really hook your kids! Kid will leave that first day saying your class is SUPER FUN! If you can get that reputation, the kids will buy into all the amazing things you teach them in the future! Let’s have a fabulous first day in music! Note: This file is included in the following money saving Back to School Music Lesson Plan Bundle. Included in this File • Detailed (yet editable) lesson plans for 1-3. State (GA) GPS Standards, National Music Standards, and National Core Arts Standards are marked. • PowerPoints to guide the lesson for each level. (Google Slides version included) • Links to any resources needed to complete the lesson. (List below) • Essential Questions for you to post in your room. • Video demonstration of the cup games. Description of Lessons • 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Grade - Students will go through normal first day procedures (rules, etc.) and then practice a fun dance song so they can practice what a “space bubble” is. Then students will be introduced to a fun “nonsense” song with a wonderful cup activity. The game is differentiated in levels for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd. 3rd Grade plans also include an additional ice breaker game that is great for internalizing rhythm. These lessons are meant to hook my students from the first day. I use the lessons to review things like singing voice, form, tempo, etc. I find that if I can give my class a reputation of “fun” then the students will buy into any lesson I give them in the future! These lessons are designed for my 45 minutes classes but you could modify them for 30 min or hour classes as needed. This is meant to be a guide for your individual situation. Substitutions for any part of the lesson is acceptable. Additional items you need to teach the lesson directly as written that are NOT included. • Class set of cups (plastic or disposable from the grocery store work). • Book (optional): Down by the Bay
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Back to School Music Lesson Plan! Echo/Voice Kindergarten Lesson Plan First Day

Back to School Music Lesson Plan! Echo/Voice Kindergarten Lesson Plan First Day

Are you a new music teacher or a veteran music teacher looking for some fresh ideas? Want to have a fantastic first day in music? Look no further! This is a tried and true lesson for kindergarten to get your year started! Kids will leave that first day saying your class is SUPER FUN! If you can get that reputation, the kids will buy into all the amazing things you teach them in the future! Note: This file is included in the following money saving Back to School Music Lesson Plan Bundle. Included in this File • Detailed (yet editable) lesson plans for Kindergarten. State (GA) GPS Standards, National Music Standards, and National Core Arts Standards are marked. • PowerPoints to guide the lesson. • Links to any resources needed to complete the lesson. (List below) • Essential Questions for you to post in your room. Description of Lesson • Kindergarten - Students will go through normal first day procedures (rules, etc.) and then be introduced to a special puppet friend in the classroom that leads through how to Echo. Students will explore a variety of voices and movements and end the lesson with reading a couple of books set to music. These lessons are meant to hook my students from the first day. One of the first things K students in our district learn is echoing and using our voice in different ways. I use this lesson as introduction to this series of lessons and to give my class a reputation of “fun” - then the students will buy into any lesson I give them in the future! These lessons are designed for my 45 minutes classes but you could modify them for 30 min or hour classes as needed. This is meant to be a guide for your individual situation. Substitutions for any part of the lesson is acceptable. Additional items you need to teach the lesson directly as written that are NOT included. • Cat Puppet (I use the orange puppet from the Making Music series, but really any stuffed cat will work). • Book (optional): If You’re Happy and You Know It • Book (optional): Down by the Bay • “Copycat Song” from Making Music. Alternative song link provided in resource. Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
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West Side Story Movie Guide | Questions | Worksheet (NR - 1961)

West Side Story Movie Guide | Questions | Worksheet (NR - 1961)

This West Side Story Movie Guide | Questions | Worksheet (NR - 1961) challenges students to connect with the life and times of the Jets and the Sharks. Explore how the director replaces common elements of a film with song, dance and rhyme. Encourage students to take a deeper look at the concepts presented in this classic musical like juvenile delinquency, gangs, and the idea that each generation faces different challenges. This resource consists of 16 high-level, short answer and essay questions that will do more than just ask your students to regurgitate information. This product .zip file includes: A student movie guide, PDF print version (5 pages) A student movie guide, PDF digital fillable form version (5 pages) *An answer key is included with this movie guide, however many answers will vary as students are encouraged to construct their own meaning from the characters’ dialogue and behavior. See the preview for samples. Is this movie guide worth it? Download two of my movie guides for free below: The Lightning Thief Kung Fu Panda 3 For more product images, sample questions and teacher reviews and ratings, please visit my TPT site at TeacherTravis : ) Your support, feedback, and follows are appreciated: Follow me on Pinterest | teachertrav Like my Facebook page | K12MovieGuides Visit my website | K12MovieGuides Follow me on Instagram | TeacherTravis Follow me on Twitter | K12MovieGuides
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Back to School Music Lesson Plan! 4th and 5th Turn the Beat Around Cup Game

Back to School Music Lesson Plan! 4th and 5th Turn the Beat Around Cup Game

Are you a new music teacher or a veteran music teacher looking for some fresh ideas? Want to have a fantastic first day in music? Look no further! This is a tried and true set of lessons that will really hook your kids! Kid will leave that first day saying your class is SUPER FUN! If you can get that reputation, the kids will buy into all the amazing things you teach them in the future! Start your fabulous first day of music now! Note: This file is included in the following money saving Back to School Music Lesson Plan Bundle Included in this File • Detailed (yet editable) lesson plans for 4-5. State (GA) GPS Standards, National Music Standards, and National Core Arts Standards are marked. • PowerPoints to guide the lesson for each level. • Links to any resources needed to complete the lesson. (List below) • Essential Questions to post in your room. • Video demonstration of the cup games. NOTE: THE PLANS ARE SPECIFICALLY FOR THE MAKING MUSIC VERSION OF “TURN THE BEAT AROUND.” IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO USE A DIFFERENT VERSION YOU WILL NEED TO MODIFY THE DIRECTIONS INCLUDED TO FIT YOUR VERSION Description of Lessons • 4th and 5th Grade - Students will go through normal first day procedures (rules, etc.) and then will learn a wonderful cup game routine to the song “Turn the Beat Around.” I use the version found in Making Music, Grade 4. The directions are editable if you choose to use a different version. These lessons are meant to hook my students from the first day. This is a great first day lesson for the first year teacher or many year veteran teacher! I use the lessons to review things like singing voice, form, tempo, etc. These lessons are designed for my 45 minutes classes but you could modify them for 30 min or hour classes as needed. This is meant to be a guide for your individual situation. Substitutions for any part of the lesson is acceptable. Additional items you need to teach the lesson directly as written that are NOT included. • “Turn the Beat Around” from the series Making Music, 4th Grade. Alternatively you can use a version from iTunes (the plans are Editable for your needs) • Class set of cups (plastic or disposable from the grocery store work). • Rhythm Sticks (optional) Thank you to Alfred Publishing for their written permission to use the resource, “Turn the Beat Around” in this publication. Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
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GCSE Music 9-1 Editable MusicTABOO Cards

GCSE Music 9-1 Editable MusicTABOO Cards

Create an example Taboo-style game for GCSE students based on one of the SetWorks and then give them the template to create their own. Colour coded using the same analysis colour scheme used in all the resources I have developed. Add a bonus reward for the students who can give examples related to the word on their card. Adapt for KS3 or even KS5. Offered here as an editable Word Document. Print double-sided on thin card flipped on the long edge. NB. It looks a little strange in the preview/info but I know the file is fine in Word 2016 and so I’d be interested to hear from anyone who tries downloading whether it works successfully. I hope you like it!
tinyclanger
Music Decor BUNDLE - AQUA AND GRAY - posters, word wall, class rules, binders

Music Decor BUNDLE - AQUA AND GRAY - posters, word wall, class rules, binders

This is already an amazing set of resources and will be growing throughout the year! As the set grows, the price will grow too! Please visit each resource below to see a better preview of what you are purchasing. This includes the following AQUA AND GRAY decor resources: • Welcome to Music Banner • Music Rules and MORE! Poster Set • Instrument Posters - Orchestra, Orff, and World • Dynamics Posters • Ensemble and Participant Posters • Curwen Hand Sign Solfege Posters • Let’s Get Organized - AQUA and GRAY - Music Binder Covers and Spines! • [Ukulele Posters D TUNING]( • Ukulele Posters • Word Wall • Alto Recorder Fingering Charts v1 Black and Tan Recorder • Alto Recorder Fingering Charts v2 Black and Tan Recorder • Alto Recorder Fingering Charts v3 Holes • Recorder Fingering Charts v1 Black and Tan Recorder • Recorder Fingering Charts v2 Black and Tan Recorder • Recorder Fingering Charts v3 Holes
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Recorder Fingering Chart Posters v3 Holes - Music Decor Aqua Gray

Recorder Fingering Chart Posters v3 Holes - Music Decor Aqua Gray

Looking for a way to spruce up your room this year? Look no further! The AQUA & GRAY music decor collection is for you! This is a set of recorder fingering chart posters to help your students learn! The bright colors will help your students when they need a quick reference of where to put their fingers. This is included in the Aqua & Gray Music Decor Bundle This resource includes the following items: • Fingering Charts for the following recorder notes: F, G, A, Bb, B, C, D, E, F, G, A, Bb, C • Each chart is available in 8 colored background (4 Aqua and 4 Gray) • All the charts above portrait only. Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
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Poulenc's Trio True or False Eduqas A Level

Poulenc's Trio True or False Eduqas A Level

Used for the study of Poulenc’s Trio for Oboe, Bassoon and Piano for Eduqas A Level music, this resource is a great revision tool for students. Give them a blank copy of the score, and let them work out whether the different statements are true or false - a great group activitity to help prepare students for their A Level music exam. Full answers included.
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Debussy Eduqas A Level True or False

Debussy Eduqas A Level True or False

Used for the study of Debussy’s Nuages for Eduqas A Level music, this resource is a great revision tool for students. Give them a blank copy of the score, and let them work out whether the different statements are true or false - a great group activitity to help prepare students for their A Level music exam. Full answers included.
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Recorder Fingering Chart Posters v2 Black/Tan- Music Decor Aqua Gray

Recorder Fingering Chart Posters v2 Black/Tan- Music Decor Aqua Gray

Looking for a way to spruce up your room this year? Look no further! The AQUA & GRAY music decor collection is for you! This is a set of recorder fingering chart posters to help your students learn! The bright colors will help your students when they need a quick reference of where to put their fingers. This is included in the Aqua & Gray Music Decor Bundle This resource includes the following items: • Fingering Charts for the following recorder notes: F, G, A, Bb, B, C, D, E, F, G, A, Bb, C • Each chart is available in two recorder colors (Tan and Black) and 8 colored background (4 Aqua and 4 Gray) • All the charts above portrait only. Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
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Western Classical Tradition listening question

Western Classical Tradition listening question

A 14 mark question on the Western Classical Tradition, looking at the identification of a piece of music as Baroque, Classical or Romantic, and recognising musical features regarding the elements. This comes with details regarding the extract, and a full mark scheme. Suitable for GCSE Music students in Year 10 or Year 11.
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GCSE Music Theory Assessment

GCSE Music Theory Assessment

A GCSE music theory assessment with a section based on rhythmic dictation, melodic dictation, time signatures, key signatures, and clef reading (marked out of 26). The rhythmic and melodic dictation sections allow flexibility, so that you can differentiate according to the students who are taking the assessment.
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Recorder Fingering Chart Posters v1 Black/Tan- Music Decor Aqua Gray

Recorder Fingering Chart Posters v1 Black/Tan- Music Decor Aqua Gray

Looking for a way to spruce up your room this year? Look no further! The AQUA & GRAY music decor collection is for you! This is a set of recorder fingering chart posters to help your students learn! The bright colors will help your students when they need a quick reference of where to put their fingers. This is included in the Aqua & Gray Music Decor Bundle This resource includes the following items: • Fingering Charts for the following recorder notes: F, G, A, Bb, B, C, D, E, F, G, A, Bb, C • Each chart is available in two recorder colors (Tan and Black) and 8 colored background (4 Aqua and 4 Gray) DOWNLOAD THE PREVIEW TO CHECK THEM OUT! • All the charts above portrait only. Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
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Alto Recorder Fingering Chart Posters v3 Holes Black/Tan- Music Decor Aqua Gray

Alto Recorder Fingering Chart Posters v3 Holes Black/Tan- Music Decor Aqua Gray

Looking for a way to spruce up your room this year? Look no further! The AQUA & GRAY music decor collection is for you! This is a set of recorder fingering chart posters to help your students learn! The bright colors will help your students when they need a quick reference of where to put their fingers. This is included in the Aqua & Gray Music Decor Bundle This resource includes the following items: • Fingering Charts for the following alto recorder notes: F, G, A, Bb, B, C, D, E, F, G, A, Bb, C • Each chart is available in 8 colored backgrounds (4 Aqua and 4 Gray) • All the charts above portrait only. Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
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Music GCSE (9-1) Edexcel: AOS 4- Afro Celt 'Release' -Technology

Music GCSE (9-1) Edexcel: AOS 4- Afro Celt 'Release' -Technology

Afro Celt ‘Release’ -Technology -GCSE (9-1) Edexcel Pearson.- NEW 2018 This interative activity requires Logic Pro and an entire lesson to allow for the exploration of the **Music Technology **used in Afro Celt Sound System ‘Release’. Much of the piece is made by looping! The worksheet goes through the process of recreating the introduction of ‘Release’. The introduction starts with a drone that uses two different synth tones, hard-panned L and R. Both synths are being filtered with low pass filters- all these features are covered in this resource. This whole lesson task works really well when modelled and taught as a whole class workshop (students participating in each of the stages of the process). Enjoy and please rate!
DzvinaStepanyak
Alto Recorder Fingering Chart Posters v2 Black/Tan- Music Decor Aqua Gray

Alto Recorder Fingering Chart Posters v2 Black/Tan- Music Decor Aqua Gray

Looking for a way to spruce up your room this year? Look no further! The AQUA & GRAY music decor collection is for you! This is a set of recorder fingering chart posters to help your students learn! The bright colors will help your students when they need a quick reference of where to put their fingers. This is included in the Aqua & Gray Music Decor Bundle This resource includes the following items: • Fingering Charts for the following alto recorder notes: F, G, A, Bb, B, C, D, E, F, G, A, Bb, C • Each chart is available in two recorder colors (Tan and Black) and 8 colored background (4 Aqua and 4 Gray) DOWNLOAD THE PREVIEW TO CHECK THEM OUT! • All the charts above portrait only. Shelley Tomich www.pitchpublications.com Visit my website to join the Free Resource Library! Teach music. Love life.
pitchpublications
Music GCSE (9-1) Edexcel: AOS 2 Vocal Music- Purcell : Ground Bass

Music GCSE (9-1) Edexcel: AOS 2 Vocal Music- Purcell : Ground Bass

Purcell: ‘Music for a While’ -GCSE (9-1) Edexcel Pearson.- NEW 2018 Ground Bass is a structural and harmonic device (also known as basso ostinato), used widely in both instrumental and vocal music in the Baroque era. In this lesson, students will explore the features of Purcell’s 3-bar ground bass in ‘Music for a While’ and apply their knowledge in composing their own ground basses. Objective(s): To understand that ground bass can act as a structural, as well as, a harmonic device in Baroque music. All/Most/Few: All will learn to recognise the features of the 3-bar ground bass in Music for a While, and apply similar features in their own ground bass compositions. Some will be able to create a full-length ground bass with a perfect cadence at the end to be looped. Few will be able to add additional continuo chords. *Differentiation: All students will compose a simple bassline of at least 8 notes. More able students will attempt to elaborate their basslines using shorter note values (quavers), using a mixture of steps and leaps (including some semitone chromaticisms if in a minor key)
DzvinaStepanyak
Music GCSE (9-1) Edexcel: AOS 2 Vocal Music- Purcell : Baroque Melodies

Music GCSE (9-1) Edexcel: AOS 2 Vocal Music- Purcell : Baroque Melodies

Purcell: ‘Music for a While’ -GCSE (9-1) Edexcel Pearson.- NEW 2018 Purcell’s song ‘Music for a While’ tells part of the Oedipus story, an ancient Greek legend. The resources below focuses on Baroque Melodic features and setting music to text. Baroque vocal music techniques for composition can be explored here by setting a story that interests students from the world of fantasy and myth to set some of the words from Harry Potter to music. **Introduction activity: **“Have a listen to Music for a while and in your tables come up with one or two melodic Baroque features you can hear.” **Main Task: **Following the instructions on the Harry Potter worksheet, create a melody to a chosen two lines of text. ( 20 minutes), using the techniques discussed as a class. Ask the class to keep their melodies for later, to come back to them after examples of word painting are covered as an additional technique (you may return to this in the next lesson).
DzvinaStepanyak
Introduction to the Baroque Period

Introduction to the Baroque Period

A theory of Music lesson introducing the sound of the Baroque period. The lesson gives a holistic view of Baroque music using the musical elements, including an analysis of an example of music, and a debate to encourage higher order thinking.
hunteri
Music GCSE (9-1) Edexcel: AOS 1 Brandenburg Harmony

Music GCSE (9-1) Edexcel: AOS 1 Brandenburg Harmony

Brandenburg Concerto No. 5, Mov. 3 in D major GCSE (9-1) Edexcel Pearson.- NEW 2018 This PowerPoint, containing 9 slides, looks at the Harmonic features of the Brandenburg Concerto. It features an explanation about **cadences, suspensions, pedal notes **with references to the bar numbers and sections. Activities that can be led alongside these slides include: Multiple choice game: playing and recognising cadences. Building a suspended chord and resolving Score spotting suspensions in the figured bass parts- who can find the most examples?
DzvinaStepanyak