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Film music - an introduction

Film music - an introduction

This presentation will provide you with the information and examples to introduce the concepts within film music in preparation for looking at suggested works for GCSE. Some elements may also be suitable for use with KS3.
jvoice
A-Z Musical Instruments Poster Pack Bundle

A-Z Musical Instruments Poster Pack Bundle

This super bundle of musical instruments contains 36 posters and four PowerPoint presentations from the popular A-Z Musical instruments Poster Pack. Along with the original 26 A-Z posters are ten more brass instruments from the expansion pack. A perfect way to spruce up the music room, use for classification and aural lessons or for visual identification of unusual instruments.
OzFlynx
Developing Singing Techniques

Developing Singing Techniques

A workbook for developing singing techniques. Useful for BTEC Performing Arts Singing Units. Includes activities on anatomical vocal production, vocal warm up routines, sight-singing, repertoire selection and rehearsal.
PerformingArtsTeacher
Wallace and Gromit Leit Motif

Wallace and Gromit Leit Motif

To accompany a scheme of work looking at Wallace and Gromit train chase (from the Wrong Trousers). Second lesson in the series - getting students to look at composing leit motifs for the three characters.
jvoice
Edexcel GCSE Music Beethoven Sonata in C Minor Full Analysis and Resources

Edexcel GCSE Music Beethoven Sonata in C Minor Full Analysis and Resources

A whole scheme of work based on Beethoven analysis. It includes performance of the 1st and 2nd subjects and full analysis of all sections with answers. All pps include differentiated success criteria and extension questions for target grade 8/9 (all answers are on pp and harder questions are in pink). Extra worksheets summarising the set work and classical/romantic features is included. Differentiated homework ideas are also on the pps. The final lesson includes Qu8 examples and the essay plan for a Qu 9 essay. All listening question include extensions and key terminology within questions is explained on the pp.
HMBenglishresources1984
Edexcel GCSE Music Set Work Beethoven Sonata Unfamiliar Listening and QU 9

Edexcel GCSE Music Set Work Beethoven Sonata Unfamiliar Listening and QU 9

2-3 lessons focused on unfamiliar listening of the Baroque and Classical genres and focus on key terminology in the questions (Qu 8 on the exam). All pp is differentiated with success criteria. 4 questions - 1 with a score and extension questions for target grade 8/9 students. 1x question includes a short score and becomes the focus for an essay question comparing to Beethoven. PP includes answers and breaks them down into AO3 and 4 possibly answers to encourage top mark essay writing skills and content.
HMBenglishresources1984
Edexcel Music GCSE Set Work Beethoven Piano Sonata

Edexcel Music GCSE Set Work Beethoven Piano Sonata

1-2 lessons fully analysing the development section of Beethoven's Sonata in C Minor. Summary grid for students is also attached (also asks them to highlight the difference between Classical and Romantic features - looking forward to Qu 9 of the exam). Differentiated homework task is also included. All pp is differentiated with success criteria and analysis questions encourage students to work independently on the score (all answers are on pp and harder questions are in pink). Part of a set of PP that analyses the whole piece.
HMBenglishresources1984
OCR A Level Music Mozart, Haydn Beethoven Listening Question

OCR A Level Music Mozart, Haydn Beethoven Listening Question

OCR A Level Music - Listening Question based on Mozart Piano Concerto No. 23 in A, 3rd Movement. Provides good practice for revision and understanding of the 2019 set work by listening practice. Includes answers, score (with redacted areas for your questions) and essay question.
zoeage
Music Listening: Tone Colour complete aural lesson with listening  examples and activities

Music Listening: Tone Colour complete aural lesson with listening examples and activities

This lesson explains the concept 'Tone Colour' and uses relevant music terminology with excellent short (edited) diverse styles of listening examples to broaden experience. The music examples are a mix of popular and classical music. Both relate to each other as the melodic material in the popular extracts is based on the classical examples! Further talking and discussion points that link nicely to provide a useful segue to a Musicological focus - two lessons for one! Use this HSC Music Aural lesson, with listening activities included, as a stand-alone Year 12 revision lesson (also useful for relief lesson) or take the opportunity to work one-on-one with your Preliminary students as they work to deepen their understanding of the music concept 'Tone Colour'. NESA Australian Professional Standards for Teachers The Proficient Standards underpin processes for full registration and accreditation as a teacher and support the requirements of nationally consistent teacher registration. Professional Practice: 3: Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning 3.2.2 Plan and implement well-structured learning and teaching programs or lesson sequences that engage students and promote learning. 3.3.2 Select and use relevant teaching strategies to develop knowledge, skills, problem-solving, and critical and creative thinking. 3.4.2 Select and/or create and use a range of resources, including ICT, to engage students in their learning.
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