This is a course like booklet that teaches the pupils to play the ukulele for 4 songs. They will learn to play ‘Im Yours’ by Jason Mraz, ‘Just the way you are’ by Bruno Mars, ‘Riptide’ by Vance Joy and ‘Photograph’ by Ed Sheeran. The booklet teaches the pupils how to play the chords, where to play the chords and then teaches three strumming patterns for each song each sightly harder. At the end of each song there is a grading criteria based on Ninjas belt colours. There is a blank copy included which can be adapted to your needs instead. Also included is display resources. NEW Added song 1 power point
A 211 slide powerpoint which covers everything in the unit 1- The music industry exam. Designed as revision for pupils to use during home learning or for revision use in school. PPT designed so pupils can work through it at their own pace focusing on their weaknesses. PPT includes information about each section, Quizes and answers and tasks making pupils apply their knowledge. Use alongside my unit of works for learning aim A and B which can be found in my shop. PPT covers- how to answer the paper, venues, health and safety, organisations, job roles, explain questions, 8 mark questions, employment patterns and agencies, unions and trade bodies.
7 lesson power points going through 3/4 job roles a lesson required for the music industry exam. Pupils will learn the responsibilities of each job role and complete exam questions based on the lesson and recap quizes at the beginning of every lesson based on the job roles learnt from the previous lesson. 4 extra lesson power points included on how to answer the 8 mark question, revision lessons and a mock exam of learning A and B.
bundle includes powerpoints which cover all of the content needed for learning aim A and B of the exam. each lesson begins with a quiz (including answers) using knowledge learnt from the previous lesson. bundle includes two mock exams- one for knowledge learnt at the end of learning aim A (mark scheme included) and then a mock exam past paper covering all of learning aim a and b. mark scheme also included. all powerpoints are designed to be used either as home learning or face to face lessons. 211 slide revision power point included, covers all core information again and new tasks and quizes. powerpoint designed for pupils to work from home focusing on weaknesses or in face to face lessons.
I've created this knowledge organiser to use alongside BTEC Music unit 7-Music sequencing. I used garageband in my lessons but this can be adapted and garageband screenshots can be replaced with logic pro or another sequencing program.
Updated on 1/9/18 due to a mistake. A knowledge organiser on the basics of music, from notes lengths, instruments of the orchestra, pitch, to key words. Used in lessons for learning the basics, reading and writing music to using it to describe pieces of music during listening activities. I used this in my lessons and for homework (editable two page word document)
I've created this knowledge Organiser for the new Performing Arts Tech award. Pupils have to cover three texts so this knowledge organiser is based on Blood Brothers. The knowledge organiser covers the purpose of the play, key themes and contextual influences.
SOW for the exam unit of unit 1- The Music Industry. SOW contains 36 lessons so far. Always updating and adding new lessons.
SOW learning about music in Africa and cultural differences, musicical elements cover cyclic patterns, Listening tasks, Learning to play Siyahamba on Djembes, Shakers and tambouines and Singing the verse in African.
I've created a Knowledge organiser based on BTEC Music unit 5, i am using this with my Y9's to build skills and learn how the course works before they start their coursework in Y10. Editable worksheet can be used as homework such as revision or use it in the lesson as a learning mat.
A knowledge organiser with information on Caribbean and African music- To aid pupils in practical, listening and composing activities. Used in lessons or as homework (2 page editable document)
Updated on 1/9/18 due to a mistake. A knowledge organiser based on performance, listening and knowledge skills on pop songs based on musical future lessons (Information on keyboard, guitar and drums) can be used in lessons or as homework (2 page editable document)
SOW learning about music from around the Caribbean- Soca, Reggae, Salsa, Calypso etc. SOW based on pupils playing a set of steel pan drums but can be adapted to pupils using a steel pan drum sound on the keyboards.
SOW on playing Samba Music. Pupils perform two samba pieces, compose call and response patterns and complete listening activities.
I've created this crib like sheet with all the parts needed for a musical futures style performance of Skin by Rag'n'Bone Man. I have created two sheets, one which has guitar chords on and one that has ukulele chords on. On the back are the lyrics which the chords above it to show pupils where to change chords. The lyrics which are in red show where the drums should be playing. There are two drum patterns one for the verses and one for the chords.
A SOW and work book on musical futures style unit of work for the song ‘Skin’ by Rag ‘n’ Bone Man. Pupils learn how to play the keyboard, ukulele and electric table top drum kit and perform as a band the song. Work booklet contains each section of music for each instrument, listening activities and a knowledge organiser. I make the pupils revise sections from the knowledge organiser for homework and then test them the next lesson the starter activities and the quiz at the end of the unit.
Scheme of work on reading and writing music, instruments of the orchestra, elements of music etc. This is the first unit i use to teach my year 7’s. Assessment at the end of the unit is writing their own Christmas song on manuscript paper. Work booklet has all of the worksheets including tasks to help them to create the lyrics and rhythms for their Christmas song, extension coloured coded tasks at the back of the workbook and a knowledge organiser which i have them learn sections from for homework and then a quiz at the end of the unit.
I have created this help sheet to use with Ks3 but it can be adapted and used with Ks4. I found my classes were struggling to really describe the music in sentences so I created this flow chart as a writing frame to help them listen to individual instruments and write about what they are doing in the music as well as referring to musical devices and the elements of the music. Hope you find it useful.
16 powerpoint lessons with resources based on learning aim A for Unit 1- The music industry exam. Each lesson starts with a quiz with the answers on the following slides based on the lesson before to test knowledge. Lessons also include how to answer the 8 mark questions step by step building the pupils up to answering the questions on their own in later lessons and how to answer explain questions. The last couple of lessons are revision sessions and a mock exam based on questions taken from past papers for learning aim A. Answers to the mock paper are also included. Knowledge organisers have also been included.