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willemmacau

Music

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Let’s learn about Music! This worksheet includes 11 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. 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 Page 11: Answers 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.
Music
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lighthouse_keeper

Music

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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.
Musicals
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mangopiano

Musicals

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A simple Q/A sheet relating to the Rhinegold Guide to GCSE Music (Edexcel). Perhaps suitable for cover work, or as a break from listening work sometimes. * PLEASE LEAVE A COUPLE OF WORDS OF FEEDBACK ONCE YOU'VE DOWNLOADED THIS RESOURCE. *
Beginner Music Theory Workbook
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ocf24

Beginner Music Theory Workbook

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A theory of music workbook following the main concepts for approximately grades 1-2 music theory. Clearly laid out with explanations and multiple exercises.
Performance Roles in the Music Industry
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jhayw

Performance Roles in the Music Industry

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These worksheets have been differentiated to make it suitable for students with all different learning abilities. The focus of these particular worksheets is the performance roles in the music industry. In this particular resource, Level 1 is the easiest by getting the students the simply fill in the job title for the correct description. Level 2 is where the students fill in the missing words to make a complete description of the job role. Level 3 is the hardest worksheet as the students have to fill in their own description of each job role. The activity is suitable for a lesson or cover lesson. It can also be used as a starter or plenary depending on the student's prior knowledge. More worksheets including the production and marketing roles in the music business are also available on my profile. This resource has been used in Ofsted and internal observations and has received very good feedback.
Recording Studio Job Roles in the Music Industry
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jhayw

Recording Studio Job Roles in the Music Industry

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These worksheets have been differentiated to make it suitable for students with all different learning abilities. The focus of these particular worksheets is the recording studio roles in the music industry. Level 1 is the easiest by getting the students the simply fill in the job title for the correct description. Level 2 is where the students fill in the missing words to make a complete description of the job role. Level 3 is the hardest worksheet as the students have to fill in their own description of each job role. The activity is suitable for a lesson or cover lesson. It can also be used as a starter or plenary depending on the student's prior knowledge. More worksheets including the performance and marketing roles in the music business are also available on my profile. This resource has been used in Ofsted and internal observations and has received very good feedback.
Christmas Film Music - Describing Music
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sanderj

Christmas Film Music - Describing Music

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This resource is aimed at KS3 or KS4 students learning to use the elements to describe music. It encourages them to recognise how the use of the elements impact on the mood/atmosphere of the music. It provides a scaffold for students to answer longer answer questions whilst using an engaging Christmas film theme.
Edexcel GCSE Music Glossaries
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SheikhandRattle

Edexcel GCSE Music Glossaries

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These are useful tools for GCSE (Edexcel) music students. They could be used in a variety of ways, for example: A revision tool: using the boxes provided, students tick or comment when/how they hear each of the concepts and in which of the pieces A companion to annotating the score: this allows students to see how a particular concept is used across the different set works.
Musical Instruments PowerPoint Slideshow
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eslfungames

Musical Instruments PowerPoint Slideshow

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Musical Instruments PowerPoint Slideshow-ESL Fun Games Try out our Musical Instruments PowerPoint Slideshow. Description: Each Regular PowerPoint Slideshow has one topic with 6 task categories; What’s in the Photo?  Answer the Question, True or False, Fill in the Blank, Multiple Choice and Spot the Error.  Every PowerPoint Slideshow has a total of 60 different tasks with answers.  All 120 slides are also animated with sounds! How to Use It:       Open the slideshow in PowerPoint.  Click the mouse or the right arrow button on your keyboard to advance to the next slide.  To move back a slide, click the left arrow button.  Students can take turns performing the tasks on the slides or present the slideshow to the entire class as a fun classroom activity or topic warmer. Notes: Use our worksheets, Jeopardy Game, Board and Card Games as complimentary activities for the PowerPoint Slideshow
Music of China
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hindlebank

Music of China

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A complete unit of work focusing on the music of China. The resource pack contains: Powerpoint (x2) Examples of goo work, recordingsm, templates, mp4 and more. A very helpful resource to help develop pupils understanding of music from China.
Class Pop Music
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nonynony

Class Pop Music

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Parts for various instruments for three great tunes. Learn as a class, either just piano or add other instruments (drums too). Will need a singer, and lyrics.
Musical Match-up Starters
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michael_fenton

Musical Match-up Starters

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Musical match up starters Major key signatures Minor key signatures Texture Pitch Dynamics Duration Periods Instruments Tempo Structure Space on side for level descriptors
Keyboard | Reggae Music
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tbrads90

Keyboard | Reggae Music

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I usually do this with year 7 or 8 depending on ability. I have included 2 versions of this scheme; version 1 uses simpler notation such as crotchets, crotchet rests and quavers. version 2 uses semi-quavers, quaver rests, etc. There is a booklet, worksheets, a Powerpoint, backing track looped, drum kit part, etc. The powerpoint and worksheets use both traditional notation and simpler graphics to communicate the rhythm.
Indian Classical Music
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JoanneCheetham

Indian Classical Music

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A powerpoint presentation with embedded videos and audio. Features instruments (tabla, sitar and tanpura), form & structure and famous musicians. Includes listening tasks as well as composition/improvisation tasks. Ideal as the basis for a short series of lessons to learn about Indian Classical Music.
Tempo in music
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MilesNottage

Tempo in music

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Italian tempo terms are matched up by linking lines with their meanings and approximate speeds in BPM. This can either be done while viewing the slides on the website (link provided on the worksheet)or as an assessment activity afterwards. Teachers can provide dfferentiation by filling in some of the lines themselves as befits individual students. It has been designed with years 9-11 in mind and is a useful starter or possible homework for GCSE students across all boards.
KS3 Music Cover Resources - Reggae and Soul Music x6
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Gameloid

KS3 Music Cover Resources - Reggae and Soul Music x6

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A pack of worksheets looking at Reggae and Soul Music. The pack includes 1 worksheet on Reggae and 1 worksheet on Soul Music. Each worksheet comes in 3 versions, differentiated for lower sets, middle sets and higher sets. Answer sheets included. These worksheets can be bought separately for £1 each
Christmas Musical Performance and Arrangement Task.
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planmylesson

Christmas Musical Performance and Arrangement Task.

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Christmas Arranging task. Students choose between All I want for Christmas and Carol of the Bells to create a group performance arrangement. Should last for two lessons with opportunities for class and group discussions about musical elements. Can easily be modified to be an extension of a song writing or arranging project.
Music in Advertising
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tbrads90

Music in Advertising

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Here we have 4 pieces to learn while looking at music in advertising. The main points of learning are keywords such as Jingle, Underscore, Voice-Over and Foley. Musically, there are lots of quaver rests, 1st time and 2nd time bars, repeat marks and D.C. markings (as well as one piece in 3/4). Parts have been split to work in groups of 2, 3 or 4. Some pupils may want to play chords and bass, both melody parts or chords and melody (or any other combinations). This is not 4 separate lessons but a template to adapt around the 4 pieces. You may want to just focus on one piece, use them as steps of progress or as inspiration for writing their own.