I have put together a document that you can use in your Music Department to prepare your team for Ofsted. This includes: Questions Ofsted will ask HODs What inspectors will look for in a lesson Questions inspectors will ask your teaching staff Questions inspectors may ask the students I have included detail on the evidence that you may wish to put together to save time and lower stress on your team. There is also examples for teaching staff to refer to and compile themselves to prepare for inspection. I hope this saves you and your team time and makes a deep dive simpler for you to understand.
Christmas Music Quiz for 2021 . Quiz Contains over 53 Questions and 10 Different Rounds. Ensure you treat you students this festive period with this educational fun professionally designed Christmas History Quiz. Round 1: Identifying Matching Round - Pictures Round 2: True, False or Fake news Round 3: Finding and Searching the Terms Round 4: Picture Up - Match with the Captions **Round 5: ** Linking Links Round 6: Multiple Choice Q and A Round 7: Linking Links (Part 2) Round 8: Anagrams Round Round 9: General Knowledge Round Round 10: Christmas Cracker Round - Numbers Tie Breaker: Design Drawing Task End of term fun MUSIC Christmas quiz with a focus on different musical Christmas topics - Perfect for students who study Music at KS3 or KS4 or even a fun staff Quiz . All the answers appear at the end of the PowerPoint quiz in a fun and engaging round by round way . We are back by popular demand with new Christmas activities, quizzes and Escape rooms after last years success and helping thousands of teachers deliver educational themed Christmas lessons for less than the price of a coffee. Treat them to something educational and fun this end of term in the run up to Christmas by undertaking this specially designed Christmas quiz with a variety of different rounds and question styles including our **Special Christmas Cracker Round ** ✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰ Leave a nice review - email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you a fun Christmas surprise for your students :) … ✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰ Contents of Quiz Bundle ☞ 1 x Professionally Designed Christmas PowerPoint Quiz ( Containing 10 Different Rounds and over 50+ Questions) ☞ Rounds include: Guess the picture, Matching up, Odd one out, Word Search, Christmas Crackers, Multiple Choice, Designing and much, much more… ☞1 x Set of Christmas certificates for winning students (Gold, Silver and Bronze) **☞ ** 1 x Full set of Answers (Animated at the end of the Quiz) **☞ ** 1 x Student Work Sheet they can fill in during the quiz individually or as small teams How could you use it? Celebrate Christmas 2021 as a class based activity or during form time / Inter form competition or online in a Zoom session! Who are Cre8tive Resources? We are a not-for profit Community interest social enterprise made up of Teachers who are experts at Quizzes, Escape rooms and Task cards. Product Code: C8/QZ/167 ✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰
This is a pack of 3 worksheets containing mathematical exercises that use musical symbols alongside numbers. The exercises are: 1. Adding & subtracting (24 questions) 2. Multiplication & division (24 questions) 3. Basic Algebra (12 questions) The musical symbols covered are semibreves, minims, crotchets and quavers. This pack was designed to be used with Key Stage 2 and 3 students but could be used with other age groups. Answers are included This is a great way to build cross curricular links between Music and Math.
Types of music, links with Echo 3 pp8-9. Shows use of dass and word order change. Gives examples of musicians linked with genres. Listening extracts use Echo but you could adapt as answers given.
NEW - for the 2022 exam A comprehensive (31 page) workbook based on the following pieces of film music (all from the horror/suspense genre). Instructions Listen to each piece as many times as necessary (YouTube link provided). Make bullet point notes for each element in the boxes provided. Use musical vocabulary (REFER TO THE GLOSSARY). Read through the specimen sentences and then try to create your own, making sure they “fit” the excerpt you have listened to. Write a paragraph about each musical element, and then relate it to a different piece of music that you have listened to. Finally, justify why you consider the excerpt and the other pieces of music represent the suggested mood and/or description of the film scene. It is recommended (in examiners’ reports) that pupils spend 70 minutes on Section B (the essay questions), so aim for no more than 35 minutes on the film music question. Sweeney Todd (opening titles) - Sondheim The Hunt, from Planet of the Apes – Jerry Goldsmith Cape Fear – Herrmann The Hunt, from Planet of the Apes – Danny Elfman The Omen (main theme) – Jerry Goldsmith Battle at Aslan’s Howe – Harry Gregson-Williams Theme from Vertigo – Herrmann Also includes: Model sentences Extended Listening ideas with brief analysis YouTube listening resources and links Composer general characteristics (Herrmann, Goldsmith, Elfman) Suggested answers – Mindmap example WORD version available if needed for editing - email email@example.com
Let’s learn about Music! This worksheet includes 10 pages with a large variety of activities and exercises about music. The materials have informative exercises about music such as instruments, famous musicians, history, music styles and many other things! Crosswords, word searches, puzzles and other kinds of activities are included to make it a fun and interesting class. GOOGLE SLIDES WITH PREMADE TEXTBOXES INCLUDED! Overview: Page 1: Introduction Page 2: History Page 3: Instruments Page 4/5: Music Styles Page 6: Famous Musicians Page 7: Karaoke Page 8: Musicals Page 9: The greatest Composers Page 10: Reflection Extra: Music Styles (Expert) Extra: Famous Musicians (Expert) The answers and an answer sheet are included. Keywords: Music, notes, pitch, tune, rhythm, piano, violin, guitar, instrument, rock, pop, blues, classical, karaoke, musical, composer, Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, Chopin.
I have put together a Deep Dive example answer sheet for an Ofsted Deep Dive into your Music Department. This is designed to give you an idea for the answers you could be armed with, if Music is Deep Dived. You can use this alongside the Phoenix Education Deep Dive Question resource for Music. I hope this helps you plan and saves you time and stress for when you get the dreaded call. Enjoy!
EDUQAS GCSE MUSIC - PRACTICE / MOCK EXAM PAPER This is a full practice paper for Eduqas GCSE Music, perfect for a mock exam, or just extra exam practice. In the wake of the announcement on 7th February 2022, that there would be questions on: JS Bach Badinerie Part B Romantic Music Vocal Ensembles Film Music essay Toto Africa Verse 2 and Chorus 2 Pop …this paper covers all those areas. The document comes complete with: YouTube links with exact timings for all musical examples Full and detailed mark scheme A 20-page mock paper, perfect for printing on five double-sided A3 sheets.
OCR GCSE MUSIC - PRACTICE / MOCK EXAM PAPER This is a full practice paper for OCR GCSE Music, perfect for a mock exam, or just extra exam practice. In the wake of the announcement on 7th February 2022, that there would be questions on: AoS2: The Concerto Through Time • The Classical Concerto • The Romantic Concerto AoS3: Rhythms of the World • India and Punjab • Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East AoS4: Film Music • Music that has been composed specifically for a film (extended response) • Music that has been composed specifically for a film AoS5: Conventions of Pop • Rock 'n’ Roll of the 1950s and 1960s • Pop Ballads of the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s (part extended response) …this paper covers all those areas. The document comes complete with: YouTube links with exact timings for all musical examples Full and detailed mark scheme A 24-page mock paper, perfect for printing on five double-sided A3 sheets.
Full Component 3: Appraising Practice Paper for June 2022 based on ‘advanced information’ checked by a senior examiner, complete with: Mark scheme Audios (Q1-5) Resource booklet (Q1 - 3 skeleton scores, without Q6 illustrative material for copyright reasons) Q1: Schumann Q2: Herrmann Q3: Pine Q4: Dictation Q5: Music for Film Q6: Bach / Bush / Shankar / Stravinsky
A new fantastic resource based on Section 1 of the EDEXCEL A Level Music exam. All cues are examined, with very similar questions to previous past papers. All answers are provided. The first 2 questions feature part of the full score and the other questions skeleton scores, or very short extracts. All questions require aural skills in answering. (PLEASE NOTE THERE IS A RHYTHMIC ERROR IN THE SKELETON SCORE OF MARION so an extra question to correct the error has been added) Email me if needed firstname.lastname@example.org Prelude The City Marion The Murder The Toys The Cellar Discovery Finale
These are 5 worksheet activities for Key Stage 3 classes. Designed to be used by a non specialist teacher or supply teacher. Please see the preview for the worksheets.
A practice paper for Edexcel A-level Music tailored to the advance information for summer 2022. What’s included Q1–3 listening questions on Clara Wieck-Schumann, Piano Trio in G minor, Op. 17: movement 1, Bernard Herrmann, Psycho: ‘Prelude’, and Courtney Pine, Back in the Day: ‘Love and Affection’ Q4 dictation question Q5 unfamiliar listening essay question on John Williams: ‘Flying Theme’ from ET Q6 set work essay questions on Bach, Ein Feste Burg, BWV 80: Movement II and Kate Bush, Hounds of Love: ‘Cloudbusting’ and ‘Under Ice’ Resource booklet with skeleton scores for Q1–3 Audio file for Q4 dictation Full mark scheme for Q1–4 and indicative content for Q5–6 Timings of audio excerpts for Q1–3 (given in mark scheme) What’s not included Q6 set work essay questions on the Stravinsky and Anoushka Shankar set works, but these are relatively easy to formulate compared with Q1–5 Illustrative excerpts from the Anthology for Q6 (for copyright reasons) Assessment criteria grids for Q4–6 (see past papers) Audio files for Q1–3 and Q5 (for copyright reasons), but Q1–3 audio is available on the Anthology CD and timings are given in the mark scheme, and Q5 audio is available on the New Anthology of Music CD from the old Edexcel A-level Music specification or online
Following the Advance Information announcement this is the 3rd and final resource for Section A of the EDEXCEL A Level Music listening paper. (Psycho and Schumann also available). A fantastic resource containing 5 exam style questions on Courtney Pine, Back in the Day. There are 2 questions on Lady Day and (John Coltrane), 2 questions on Inner State of Mind and 1 question on Love and Affection. All exam questions have: YouTube link (with timings) Skeleton score Answers All questions are based
This is a 6 week topic aimed at KS1 and KS2 to teach them about different music traditions from around the world. Throughout this topic, pupils will be given the opportunity to explore music from different countries and cultures around the globe, including: West Africa, Australia, Poland, Ireland, Jamaica and Native America. Each week will focus on a different country. The focus of each lesson will be to learn where the country is on the map, listen to an example of traditional music from that that country and learn a song/game/dance that is culturally relevant. Pupils will be given the opportunity to develop their listening and singing skills (Links to curriculum can be found at the bottom). By the end of the topic pupils should have a better understanding of different styles and genres of music and where they came from as well as developing their understanding of the role of music in different cultures and societies. Perfect for linking to Geogrpahy and History! Links to curriculum/Possible assessment opportunities: Use the voice expressively and creatively by singing songs and speaking chants and rhymes Play tuned and untuned instruments musically Listen with concentration and understanding to a range of high-quality live and recorded music Experiment with, create, select and combine sounds using the inter-related dimensions of music Please note: I have used the Font AR CHRISTY so it may look different when downloaded!
Powerpoint with activities and examples for each element
A great resource to practice unfamiliar listening with your students - UNFAMILIAR LISTENING #2 relates to ‘world music’, or AoS4: Fusions in the Edexcel GCSE Specification. Includes: Student’s question paper and skeleton score and teacher’s comprehensive mark scheme as handy printable PDF’s as well as YouTube link* (inc. exact timing). Can be used as a starter, a significant part of a lesson (20-30 mins inc. discussion time), as a homework or even set for cover work. *** YouTube link included instead of MP3 recording for copyright purposes. ** (YouTube video for illustration purposes only - I do not own the recording or the channel)
This is a ppt which can be used as an interactive resource for pupils to do independent study with this as a short guide or for revision or for listening work as a class. Suitable for S1/2 (Year 7-8) and as a revision tool for S3/4 (Years 9-10) Hope you like it. For sound files and examples, I can't seem to attach them to this TES but probably you might have examples of these in your IPods anyway. Hope you like it :0)
3 brand new practice papers. They included the new set works, Bach’s Badinerie and Africa by Toto. All answers provided.
EIGHT PRACTICE DICTATION QUESTIONS These dictation tests provide authentic examples of the dictation questions found in GCSE Music exams. They cover various styles and genres of music: Orchestral and Choral Music Jazz and Popular Song Film Music Pop music (ballads) The questions come in groups of four, one for each of the categories above, and each group of four features music by musicians whose names begin with the same letter. In this pack, the musicians’ names begin with the letters A and B. The main feature of all these shorter questions is dictation, to help students practice this type of exam question, worth five marks. I have added a few additional shorter questions, totalling three additional marks, so that every question is worth eight marks. As these are shorter questions, to focus on dictation, the extracts are shorter (generally 20–25 seconds long), and there is less time after the question for students to complete their answers. Each listening test is approx. 5’30"-6’00" long. This pack contains one document with questions and answers, and separate documents for just the questions (incl. YouTube links), and just the answers, in case teachers want to set the exercises as homework. The document comes complete with: • YouTube links with exact timings for all musical examples • Full mark scheme • Perfect for printing on double-sided A3 sheets. NB These questions are also released as “GCSE Music Dictation Practice Tests [Eduqas]”, as they were originally written with a focus on the Eduqas syllabus.
Works using Activprimary software Can be used over several music lessons. For use with percussion instruments.