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Who Wants to be a Millionaire PowerPoints

Who Wants to be a Millionaire PowerPoints

This resource follows the "Who Wants to be a Millionaire" game-show format. There is also a template for quizzes and slideshows that help kids learn in a fun way. At present it is formatted to "Music for Dance" & "KS3 Mathematics"but they can be modified to be related to other subjects or used just for fun.
totticoves
Music Assessment Automatic Marker

Music Assessment Automatic Marker

♫ 300+ Games and Music Assessments. ♫ The system automatically marks and creates a downloadable/printable tracking database. ♫ Great for Music Classroom IT lessons, Cover Lessons, Homework, Listening & Theory tests. ♫ TeachingGadget has over 100 users across the UK. ♫ Easy to use... contact us to become a member
jumble72
Music Worksheets

Music Worksheets

This resource creates unique music theory and instrumental worksheets with one click. Idea for theory exams, homework, cover work or extension tasks. Simply choose the musical element you’re working on and press ‘shuffle’ this will automatically and instantly create a printable A4 worksheet. Features: ♫ Automatically adds your school name to the document (so it looks like you made it). ♫ You can download, print and save all documents. ♫ No two pages will ever be the same – now students can’t copy off each other! ♫ Worksheets for all theory elements (suitable for KS3) and piano/guitar/music industry Becoming a TeachingGadget Member is simple. Just contact us for more details. Please download the attachment for reviews!
jumble72
OCR GCSE Music African Drumming

OCR GCSE Music African Drumming

This resource pairs with the Study Guide. It is a handout for the students to highlight that has images of the instruments and all explanation of African Drumming, suited to the OCR GCSE Music Specification. It also has activities and a listening test included, with audio links.
zoeage
GCSE pre-prep

GCSE pre-prep

A highly interactive introduction to GCSE theory- starts VERY basic and ends a little more complex. Ensures understanding of the following -Treble cleff -Bass cleff -key signatures - Tonics, subdominant, dominant, relative minor -3 types of cadences -Musical elements Play slideshow through, many questions and opportunities to check student's understanding!
cmccarthy92