Samba Scheme of Work

Samba Scheme of Work

Samba Scheme of Work only (scheme and complete resources sold in a separate pack). Scheme makes reference to NC aims and objectives (KS3) as well as literacy, numeracy, SMSC/citizenship links. Extension/challenge opportunities provided along with Learning Objectives for the scheme. Originally created for year 8 or year 9 classes but could be used with a more able Year 7 or to introduce samba to GCSE students. Covered in the scheme: - devices such as syncopation, polyrhythm, cross rhythm, ostinato, call and response and layers. - introduction to the culture and history behind samba music - composing as a class and in groups, developing own rhythmic patterns - improvisation - performing as a whole class ensemble - leadership/conducting opportunities for pupils - following a leader/conducting - listening activities based on devices learnt
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Samba Scheme of Work and Resources

Samba Scheme of Work and Resources

Samba Scheme of Work and Powerpoints for each lesson. All listening examples included, along with notated samba pattern for teacher reference. Scheme makes reference to NC aims and objectives (KS3) as well as literacy, numeracy, SMSC/citizenship links. Extension/challenge opportunities provided along with assessment criteria and self/peer assessment. Originally created for year 8 or year 9 classes but could be used with a more able Year 7 or to introduce samba to GCSE students. Covered in the scheme: - devices such as syncopation, polyrhythm, cross rhythm, ostinato, call and response and layers. - introduction to the culture and history behind samba music - composing as a class and in groups, developing own rhythmic patterns - improvisation - performing as a whole class ensemble - leadership/conducting opportunities for pupils - following a leader/conducting - differentiated performance parts - listening activities based on devices learnt - opportunities for self and peer assessment
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Colours in French

Colours in French

Worksheet introducing the colours in french for pupils in KS2/KS3. Tasks include: - reading and copying vocabulary correctly - recalling vocabulary from memory - introduction to making adjectives agree with nouns - choosing the correct ending to make the colours agree - translation using colour vocabulary learnt - writing own sentences using vocabulary learnt
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French personal details revision powerpoint

French personal details revision powerpoint

Powerpoint designed for revision before end of unit test or catch- up session on personal details in French. Includes learning objectives, challenge/extension opportunities and BLP links. Tasks include speaking, reading and writing skills on: - asking/answering information about name, age, birthday, how they feel today - reading a text and answering questions - writing a blog about themselves - brief introduction into using a dictionary Designed to be used by a non-specialist teacher, as answers included. Suitable for KS3 pupils
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French Revision: Personal Info, colours, numbers, days, months of the year and en classe

French Revision: Personal Info, colours, numbers, days, months of the year and en classe

Powerpoint and accompanying worksheet designed for new french learners to revise personal information, dates, days, months of the year, colours, numbers and en classe topics prior to end of unit test. Includes learning objectives, challenge/extension opportunities and BLP links. Tasks include speaking, reading, written and listening skills. Things covered: - preparing answers for speaking - practising speaking in pairs and noting information down, including peer assessment - reading short sentences and matching up corresponding pictures - having to determine the correct adjective ending for colours - reading and answering questions from a longer paragraph of text - listening activities based on personal information, numbers and class instructions - dates, days and months of the year - extended writing about themselves Designed to be used by a non-specialist teacher, as answers included. Suitable for KS3 pupils
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Opinions Prompt Sheet

Opinions Prompt Sheet

Prompt sheet and sentence starters for extending sentences when giving opinions. Can be used for speaking or writing activities. Includes negatives, quantifiers and range of opinion words.
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Quelle est la date de ton anniversaire?

Quelle est la date de ton anniversaire?

Powerpoint designed for new french learners or catch- up session on numbers, birthdays, dates and months of the year in French. Includes learning objectives, challenge/extension opportunities and BLP links. Tasks use speaking, reading, writing and listening skills on: - answering the register - recapping the numbers (inc spellings) - the months of the year - saying when your birthday is in french and asking when someone else's is - brief cultural introduction to Saints' Days - suggestions for games Designed to be used by a non-specialist teacher, as answers included. Suitable for KS3 pupils
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Quelle est la date?

Quelle est la date?

Powerpoint designed for new french learners or catch- up session on numbers, dates and days in French. Includes learning objectives, challenge/extension opportunities and BLP links. Tasks use speaking, writing and listening skills on: - answering the register - recapping the numbers from 1-20 (inc spellings) - introducing numbers from 21-30 (inc spellings) - recapping asking someone how old they are/how they feel today and their name and answers - asking and saying what the date is -recording the date in listening activities - suggestions for games - introduction to days of the week Designed to be used by a non-specialist teacher, as answers included. Suitable for KS3 pupils
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Quel age as-tu? Powerpoint

Quel age as-tu? Powerpoint

Powerpoint designed for new french learners or catch- up session on numbers and ages in French. Includes learning objectives, challenge/extension opportunities and BLP links. Tasks use speaking, written and listening skills on: - answering the register - learning the numbers (inc spellings) - brief grammar introduction to 'j'ai...' - asking someone how old they are/answering - suggestions for games Designed to be used by a non-specialist teacher, as answers included. Suitable for KS2/KS3 pupils
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Introducing yourself in French

Introducing yourself in French

Powerpoint designed for a first (ever) lesson or catch- up session on introductions in French. Includes learning objectives, challenge/extension opportunities and BLP links. Tasks use speaking, written and listening skills on: - answering the register - asking what someone is called/answering - asking how someone is/answering - introducing the person next to you Designed to be used by a non-specialist teacher, as answers included. Suitable for KS2/KS3 pupils
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Ensemble Skills Scheme of Work

Ensemble Skills Scheme of Work

Ensemble Skills Scheme of Work and Powerpoints for each lesson. All listening examples included. Scheme makes reference to NC aims and objectives (KS3), as well as literacy, numeracy, SMSC/citizenship links. Extension/challenge opportunities provided. Originally created as a baseline assessment opportunity (composition and performance skills) for new Year 7s in the Autumn term. Could be used as a Battle of the Bands Project or group project for Year 8/9. Covered in this scheme: - devices such as ostinato, ternary form, call & response and layers - introduction to the elements of music - composing in groups on hand held percussion/vocally - singing as a class - performing as a whole class ensemble from notation on class instruments - differentiated performance parts - listening activities based on devices learnt - following the conductor - how to be a good musician - opportunities for self/peer assessment throughout
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Elements of Music Scheme and Resources

Elements of Music Scheme and Resources

Elements of Music and Our Music Scheme of Work with accompanying student workbook and Powerpoints for each lesson. All listening examples included. Scheme makes reference to NC aims and objectives (KS3), as well as literacy, numeracy, SMSC/citizenship links. Extension/challenge opportunities provided. Originally designed for EAL classes with very little English, but can also be used for KS2, lower ability KS3 classes or KS3 cover work. Covered in this scheme: - the elements of music vocabulary (tempo, pitch, timbre, silence, dynamics) - Introduction to Musical Instruments of the orchestra - listening exercises based on different musical instruments and elements of music (ranging from Stravinsky to Ed Sheeran) - basic introduction to graphic score and its function - researching and preparing a presentation on pupils’ own music from their culture/country - performance of music from pupils’ own culture/country - development of written and verbal literacy skills - opportunities for self assessment
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Pompeii by Bastille band parts

Pompeii by Bastille band parts

I made worksheets from this by cutting and sticking so the pupils only had their part, wrote note names and structure on etc. bars 1-9 (with repeats) verse, bars 10-13 (chorus)
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I knew you were trouble band parts

I knew you were trouble band parts

I made worksheets from this by cutting and sticking so the pupils only had their part, wrote note names and structure on etc. bars 1-8 verse, 9-16 second part of verse, bars 17-20 x 3 'I knew you were trouble&', bars 25-28 last part of the chorus (oh, trouble)
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Rhythm and Meter Revision song

Rhythm and Meter Revision song

A revision song for Rhythm and Metre to the tune of One Direction's 'What Makes You Beautiful&'. Originally I made this for my GCSE music class following the AQA syllabus to help them remember: note values for quaver, crotchet, minim, semibreve and terms such as time signature, syncopation, offbeat, pulse and triplet. I&';ve also used it for KS3 classes.
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