Film music homework pack
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Film music homework pack

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6x homework listening sheets (PDF) 6x Answer sheets for each homework sheet This homework pack is suitable for Year 9 studying Film music or for the start of a GCSE course. Each homework sheet focuses on a different film composer. Pupils are required to listen to a piece of music on YouTube and answer questions relating to the given music. Pupils can access the YouTube clip either by scanning the QR code on the homework sheet or following the link given. Each homework sheet is marked out of 10. There is an optional ‘Stretch and challenge” question at the end of each homework sheet worth 5 extra marks. This question is usually a comparison question and requires more detailed use of musical key terms. Included in this pack: John Williams Hans Zimmer Danny Elfman John Barry Ennio Morricone Howard Shore
Year 9 Film Music resources
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Mozart16

Year 9 Film Music resources

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These are resources I’ve used during my Year 9 half term topic on Film Music. Included are 5 scenes from popular films (Avatar, James Bond, Cabin in the Woods, Mr Bean and The Notebook) which students then storyboard on the worksheet provided. I’ve also included my PowerPoint on famous film composers and the bronze, silver and gold challenge sheet music. Bronze = Pirates of the Carribbean by Hans Zimmer Silver = Harry Potter by John Williams Gold = The Simpsons theme by Danny Elfman
Film Music SOW & Resources
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mdomine

Film Music SOW & Resources

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This is a 5 week scheme of work to teach Film Music. This includes a topic workbook, PowerPoints for all the lessons (including audio & videos), a scheme of work and a teacher assessment sheet. This scheme of work is suitable for both KS3 & KS4 students and covers a range of musical features and vocabulary. Students have the opportunity to learn about and compose a leitmotif as well as music to accompany a film clip (Fast & Furious). The scheme of work also enables students to compose using technology and includes instructions on how to import a video file into GarageBand.
Film Music Quiz (Year 9)
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sarahwilliams900

Film Music Quiz (Year 9)

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Great for the end of a film music or soundtracks module. 5 rounds (one withYoutube links). Answers included. Please leave a review if you like the resource :)
Film Music GCSE Music
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hunteri

Film Music GCSE Music

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This resource focuses on the elements of Film Music Area of Study for the WJEC/Eduqas specification, but can also be applicable to OCR, AQA and Edexcel as part of your composition and listening studies. The booklet provides resources and self-assessed PLCs for approximately 1 term’s work, and the following is covered:- Melodic Writing Harmony - Diatonic and Dissonant. Rhythm & Metre - irregular metres in Film Music Specimen Listening Questions for the WJEC/Eduqas paper
Film Music SoW
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hannyp85

Film Music SoW

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I use this for Year 9 and use it as a SoW you can do on Macs/computers or keyboards. You can either ask them to find their own film clip or use ones I have found.
GCSE Film Music
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maybeshescrazy

GCSE Film Music

Powerpoints for 4 lessons on Film Music aimed at covering OCR new 9-1 Spec. Easily editable for KS3 or other specs. Final listening test and answers also included.
Film Music
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chrisgillmusic

Film Music

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KS3 Scheme of Work (6-8 lessons) including 10 pages of teacher's notes and 14 pupils' worksheets Objectives • To become familiar with music for different films and to recognise film genres • To learn how some musical features can be combined to create soundtracks for different film genres • To perform a film music theme on the keyboard, and to adapt it to compose for a film clip Overview • Lesson 1: Film and Genre • Lesson 2: Musical Ideas for Film Genres • Lesson 3*: Orchestral Film Music • Lesson 4: Listening to the James Bond Theme • Lesson 5: Practising the James Bond Theme • Lesson 6: Performing the James Bond Theme • Lesson 7*: Composing film music • Lesson 8*: Final evaluation of composition • Cover lesson/homework worksheets: o Sound effects for film o Creative sound effects o A Century of Film Music (2 pages) * Lessons 3, 7 and 8 are self-contained lessons which can be omitted for a shorter scheme of work Subject-specific vocabulary • Film genres: thriller, romance, cartoon, comedy, sci-fi, western • Musical features: cluster chords, ‘oom-pah’ accompaniment, atonal, major, minor, chromatic • Timbres: synthesiser, strings, brass Assessments • Performing (keyboard) – The James Bond Theme • Listening – Film Genres, James Bond Theme with score and in context of a film • Composing – Goldfinger pre-credits sequence
Film Music PowerPoint
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zoeage

Film Music PowerPoint

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A whole Scheme of Work on one PowerPoint. Includes lots of different film composers, different games for starters and plenaries, and space for you to add your own bits too.
Film Music Worksheets
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zoeage

Film Music Worksheets

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This goes with the Film Music PowerPoint I have uploaded. Starter activities, plenaries, and keywords to complete, differentiated worksheets for each film, etc.
GCSE Film Music Lesson 2
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maybeshescrazy

GCSE Film Music Lesson 2

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Adapted for the new OCR 9-1 course but would suit other SOW. Focuses on the how musical elements are used to convey mood and atmosphere. Homework worksheet would also be good as a starter/activity during the lesson if they have access to computers/ipads/youtube. This lesson can be combined into a longer composition task with the Life of Pi scene.
Film Music Intro
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hannyp85

Film Music Intro

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Introduction to Film Music/Silent film - goes with a SoW I have published on here also.
GCSE Film Music Lesson 1
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maybeshescrazy

GCSE Film Music Lesson 1

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Adapted for the new OCR 9-1 course but would suit other SOW. Focuses on the score writing process. Introduces the ideas of analysis and linking elements of music to themes and moods in the scene. Homework worksheet would also be good as a starter/activity during the lesson if they have access to computers/ipads/youtube.
Films to Music
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katemercer

Films to Music

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Descriptions of films. To encourage reading and recognition of structures, I play the theme or an associated tune and they guess which description it is. There is a vocabulary sheet too.
Film Music  (KS3)
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jesscraig93

Film Music (KS3)

This scheme of work is currently being taught to year 9 students although I have taught it with year 8 at a different school. The scheme of work aims to explore different genres of music including different musical devices before the main project which involves the sound being removed from four different clips (of each genre) and asking students in groups to come up with the music to accompany it. The embedded videos link to my private YouTube channel and are not able to be found without the link. Should the embedding not work, I have also attached links within the stars
Music for Film
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AussieMusicTeacher

Music for Film

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This resource is a 22 page PDF file with information about the purpose of music in films, links to videos, as well as written response activities for students ♫ Print off the students response pages individually or combine to create a student workbook. The slides included: • information, • questions requiring students’ written response, • images for student to respond to and • a film scoring project! ♫ A answer key is NOT included as the student responses will vary.
Film Music Workbook
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busyteacher1234

Film Music Workbook

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Film music workbook, best suited to KS3 Music students. Workbook explores the instruments of the orchestra, Sergei Prokofiev, Leitmotif, and of course, the work of John Williams, through a number of engaging, practical activities.
Film Music Composition Placemat
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musemusic

Film Music Composition Placemat

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Encourage students to think for themselves when developing their film compositions. The sheet asks questions throughout many element of music to get them thinking about how adding or changing ideas in their work can develop the piece. In addition, it could be used as a tool for listening tasks. The placemat is designed for KS3 but could be used with KS4