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Mrs Y Music and History

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Resources for secondary school music created by a Head of Music and History with 22 years' experience teaching key stages 3 - 5.

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Resources for secondary school music created by a Head of Music and History with 22 years' experience teaching key stages 3 - 5.
Analysing Melody for GCSE Music
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Analysing Melody for GCSE Music

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8 worksheets which show students how to accurately analyse music for GCSE level, with questions to test what they have learned and understood. Answers provided.
Edexcel GCSE Music Free Composition Workbook and Guide
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Edexcel GCSE Music Free Composition Workbook and Guide

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A workbook which guides students through researching and preparing for their free composition. Also contains self-assessment grids for use during the composition process. This works well with the free resources ‘Exemplar Composition Briefs’ and ‘Composing Idiomatically’
Musical elements card sort revision exercise (GCSE/ Advanced KS3)
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Musical elements card sort revision exercise (GCSE/ Advanced KS3)

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Sort card exercise which acts as a great revision activity for students and provides them with a useful glossary. Covers the following terms: Melody Harmony and tonality Texture Structure Music technology Rhythm, metre and tempo Dynamics The resource comes in both pdf format (correct answers with each definition ready for cutting up for card sort) and also as the original word document should you wish to add to it/ alter it. Green words are the basic words that all should know. Yellow words are those needed by students aiming for top grades. Dealing with general analysis terminology, and so not exam board specific.
Edexcel GCSE Music Beethoven Pathetique revision quiz
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Edexcel GCSE Music Beethoven Pathetique revision quiz

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A powerpoint-based quiz with four rounds covering the Beethoven Pathetique focus work: Anagrams Picture round Audio round Keyword speed round A good activity to help pupils revise this focus work using different stimuli. Student answer sheet included (answers provided on the PP).
Composing Idiomatically for GCSE Music
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Composing Idiomatically for GCSE Music

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A set of seven sheets which talk students through how to write idiomatically for instruments at GCSE level, such as strings, woodwind, brass, drums, guitar and piano. A useful tool when composing to help students maximise the use of their chosen resources.