This resource bundle includes:
Since You Been Gone (Ballard / Rainbow) Student Study Booklet and Analysis Grid.
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (Mozart) Student Study Booklet and Analysis Grid.
The Mozart Study Booklet contains 43 pages with a full range of tasks and activities including listening references and information on and around the set work to develop a thorough understanding. Full score included.
Since You Been Gone Study Booklet contains 34 slides with space for your own sheet music.
This Study Booklet contains a full range of activities with clear referencing on and around the set work.
Since You Been Gone FULL analysis Grid linked to all KEY WORDS for EDUQAS.
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik analysis includes a fully annotated score.
Grid representation and blank grids and scores for your own learners.
This is a study guide designed to cover all aspects of "Since You Been Gone."
Eduqas GCSE Music 9- 1Specification for 2018.
Background information, listening links, reference material, lead sheet, lyrics etc.
Sheet music is NOT included and available form Sheetmusicdirect.
Space is allocated for you to insert your own sheet music.
This guide is designed to support the learner in understanding this set work and to keep all reference material in one convenient space.
There are two documents in this set of resources.
The first includes KEY COMMAND questions used for short answer / multiple choice questions.
The second document includes all answers.
These questions are all linked to the set work : Since You Been Gone and designed to cover the full range of musical understanding required for this set work.
There are eight KEY COMMAND words and I have included 10 questions for each command making a total of 80 questions.
The first 5 questions designed to be for all learners whilst the final 5 questions stretch knowledge and understanding.
They have a range of uses for both teacher and learner.
This is a really useful resource bundle for Eduqas GCSE Music 9-1.
It has everything you need to cover set works - with student support books and full analyses.
In addition to this the Listening Diary and "Find 10 things" can form useful regular homework / activities that will support the development of music theory and appraising skills.
Eduqas GCSE Music 9 -1 (from September 2016).
This is a full analysis grid for one of the set works : Since You Been Gone (Rainbow/ Ballard) 1979.
This has TWO slides. The first is blank for your own revision / review the second is fully annotated with full detail.
The complete musical elements for EDUQAS are covered with full detail for each section of this song.
There is, perhaps, a little more detail than required but this may prove useful for your high achieving learners.
Small update - terminology change from bridge to pre chorus.
This is a selection of resources to support the understanding and wider concepts of Area of Study 1: Musical Forms and Devices within the Western Classical Tradition.
The preview gives very little away...
It has 75 slides covering:
Baroque, Classical and Romantic Styles as well as composers and instrument development within historical contexts. Each compositional period covers key inventions / developments to place this securely in the mind of the learner as well as specific compositional devices.
This can be used as a stand alone student support booklet to ensure thorough coverage and wider understanding for AOS1 Eduqas, GCSE Music. However, it would work equally well as a set of separate research / listening activity homework. Additionally these could be set as starter / plenary or even cover work.
Included here are 50 extensive score and listening references with research and listening activities. This is really going to keep everyone busy!
This is a Powerpoint document that I’m using with my GCSE Music class this year.
It’s designed to allow students to keep a digital record of their composition progress in line with the three monitoring checks required by Eduqas.
I wanted to have a document that would allow students to update easily and store within the local shared area.
It’s uploaded here as a Powerpoint document so that you can edit it yourself to suit your learner’s needs.
The document covers both compositions and references the current briefs set by Eduqas.
Once all compositions are completed this information can be copied across to the official paperwork.
Hopefully you will find it useful!
This is a substantial support study guide for EDUQAS AOS4: Popular Music
including a wide range of listening activities all referenced to YouTube examples.
Containing 59 slides.
Popular Music from 1950 is looked at in detail from 1950 -2000s.
Each decade is examined and placed in context with world events to support wider understanding of changes affecting the development of musical styles.
As far as possible, I have included nearly all further listening activities as identified in the Eduqas Syllabus, these are all labelled in this guide with the Eduqas logo for easy reference.
You could use this as a work / revision book, individual listening activities or cover.
In addition to popular music styles, there is a Fusion Section with a range of listening examples, providing the student with a useful resource base.
Music Technology has been referenced with an overview of recording formats and most commonly used sound effects. This is a brief guide – this is not a music tech. examination!
This guide aims to support the learner in understanding both the basics and wider aspects of the Area of Study.
This resource contains 18 slides in total including:
Key contextual facts.
Identification of main and secondary themes for both Minuet & Trio.
Fully annotated score with Roman Numeral and chord names identified.
FULL and detailed analysis of Minuet & Trio identifying key features related to key words (colour coded).
FULL harmonic analysis.
Blank score analysis sheets for your own learners.
Full grid representation to show sections and features within.
Blank grids for your own learners.
This is a 79 slide powerpoint with full transitions to cover a range of key words associated with Eduqas GCSE Music Area of Study 1: Form and Structure
I have used this a starter, cover work and plenary.
Students can play as a class or individually.
All key word meanings are provided with explanations and images where appropriate.
Four Powerpoint presentations covering each of the Areas of Study:
AOS1: Form & Structure
AOS2: Music for Ensemble
AOS3: Music for Film
AOS4: Popular Music
Through the Key Word is an activity to revise and cover Key Word meanings.
All presentations are 78 slides with full transitions. KEy word meanings are given and illustrated where appropriate.
This is a study guide designed to support all aspects of "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik."
Background information, listening links, reference material and full sheet music are all included for the study of this Set Work for Eduqas.
This guide is designed to support the learner and keep them interested and focused during the study of this Set Work. It contains a wide range of tasks to support learning.
All reference and support material in one convenient place.
This is a music based quiz for the end of term.
Useful for Key Stage 3 or 4.
Included in the resource is:
Blank answer sheet.
Full edited mp3 track.
Eight sub sections in the quiz include:
1) What's being advertised?
2) Name the Christmas Film
3) Cover Versions - Identify the original track
4) Complete the next line of lyrics
5) What language is used?
6) Artist / Band with Christmas theme
7) Identify the BIG Christmas hit
8) Reversed track
The whole track lasts just under 30 minutes so you have time for the quiz and answers.
This is a complete Listening Examination for the GCSE Music EDUQAS specification.
Updated to correct notation error in question 2 and typos.
What's included here is a fully laid out question paper and full mark scheme as well as mp3 track with all excerpts included in the examination.
All repetitions with timings are in place on the mp3 track. I have not included voice overs with full question read out. The track is easily edited to do this should you desire to add it.
The questions and excerpts used are in line with the SAMs material released by Eduqas last year. I have made question 6 the extended writing question- as in the SAMs - but have been advised by EDUQAS that this could be present in ANY of the AOS.
Some questions have been reworked from exam boards from earlier exams.
Hope you find this useful!
This is a Christmas based music quiz new for 2018!
What’s included here is…
Full mp3 track with all edited tracks.
Student blank answer sheet.
Teacher answer sheet with timings for each section of questions.
Name the BIG Christmas Hit!
What’s the Christmas Film?
Name the famous singer.
Identify the Christmas linked name…
What language is being sung?
Complete the next line of lyrics.
Who is being advertised?
The whole quiz lasts 25.00.
Time to play and mark in one lesson!
This is a set of resources I use specifically with Year 7 in a unit of work where the keyboard is introduced. It is a familiar piece by a "Great Composer" that is accessible for beginners and provide a challenge for more able keyboard players.
Five sheets are included which range from:
Right hand melody with note names given to right and left hands with phrasing and dynamics.
I usually colour code my worksheets so both learners and myself can see quickly who is working at what level.
This is a substantial powerpoint with fully embedded sounds.
There are 23 slides covering basic and extended chords on C.
Each slide shows a clear two octave piano keyboard - showing all note names.
As the slides progress the piano keyboard shows the notes present in each chord.
There are two speaker buttons - when pressed one will play your named chord harmonically and the other will play the chord melodically.
The following chords are included:
C major triad
C Sus 2
C Sus 4
C add 9
C major 7
C minor 6
C minor 7
C minor maj 7th
C minor 9
C diminished triad
C diminished 7th
C minor 7 flat 5 / half diminished
C augmented triad
This is not designed to be presented in all one session but rather a reference point.
It very clearly shows the notes in the chord and you can choose to hear how they sound.
All chords have been embedded.
This is uploaded as powerpoint and you can easily arrange the slides in an order that is appropriate for your learners - leaving extended chords towards the end perhaps.
This is a listening diary set up for Eduqas GCSE Music 9-1.
It includes two diaries : one supported and one unsupported.
The unsupported diary includes rationale, full terms for Eduqas GCSE Music 9-1, OFQUAL reference to levels 8, 5 and 2 (appraising) and several diary sheets for listening entries.
There is an exemplar diary entry as well as a key terms reference sheet.
There is space for teacher feedback and learner responses. At the back there is space for spelling corrections.
The supported diary includes a reduced list of key terms and supported writing frames for diary entries as well as the unsupported sheets to show progression as skills develop.
This diary tries to satisfy the needs of both learner and teacher. The learner has space to write and focus on key elements as well as respond to teacher feedback. The teacher has space to comment and support a developing musical vocabulary.
This is uploaded as a PDF file.
Updated 10.01.17 :
Typo corrections in supported document.
Removal of specific term detail on front cover.
Writing lines included for diary detail.
All key words identified for 'Since You Been Gone' with the linked musical element.
These are included in the STUDY GUIDE resource I have already uploaded.
Key words only listed - it's up to the learner to complete the meaning.
Columns for bar and beat locations.