A complete Harmony and Tonality Theory and Listening Programme of Study appropriate for any GCSE Music course.
This is an in-depth and fully resourced Programme of Study comprising six whole topics which will help your students to gain an excellent working knowledge of harmony and tonality at this level. It is recommended that the topics are taught in the following order:
(1) Chords and Cadences; (2) Major and Minor Scales; (3) Key Relations and the Circle of 5ths; (4) Modulation and Pivot Chords; (5) Modes and Pop Chords; (6) Dominant 7ths in Practice.
If you are teaching a 3-year KS 4 Programme, I would advise going no further than Topic 3 during Year 9, but all topics can be taught in Year 10 with plenty of time to develop and explore skills in Year 11.
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