Ruberic for edexcel A Level music 30 mark question 6. Student friendly language enables students to recognise the descriptors and place their responses into the relevant levels during self and peer assessment. This exercise allows student to become more acquainted with the mark scheme, therefore improving their responses!
Score activity for the Introduction for the Rite of Spring. First two pages are the questions followed by answers, following pages are worksheets with space for students to write. The task is differentiated by giving different worksheets (which are grouped by element) to different students according to ability. Students then write up their answers into a questions 6 paragraph (with links) then present to the class.
Print the 121 slides which have the first letter of the key word and initial of composer
Arrange into 11x11 square.
Students (individually or in teams depending on size of class) start on one side of the grid
One team moves vertically and one moves horizontally
team select letter and can only move forward when they have answered the question correctly (use the key word definitions)
Students are able to move forward and block the other team, therefore opposite team must chose alternative route.
Context explained in slide 2
Students summarize material about one composer using material from study guide
Student present findings to class and class take notes
Print context document on A3 paper - students can cut and use as flashcards
Marketplace revision explained in slide 5 with diagram of how room should be set up in slide 4.
Scored for woodwind quartet. Suitable for students who know the first five notes on their instrument. The lyrics are printed as the rhythm for some parts of the verse and chorus are quite complex for beginners.