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Who Wants to be a Millionaire? Interactive PowerPoint Template
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Who Wants to be a Millionaire? Interactive PowerPoint Template

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An exciting and interactive PowerPoint template for the UK game show Who Wants to be a Millionaire? The presentation includes music, animations, and the potential to use all three classic lifelines (Phone a Friend, 50:50 and Ask the Audience). Add your own subject related questions to adjust the presentation to your required topic/difficulty. This resource is also useful for remote or online teaching using screen sharing on Zoom or Google Hangout. Download includes the presentation and a comprehensive User Guide.
DR SMITH Elements of Music Posters
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DR SMITH Elements of Music Posters

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This series of nine posters about the Elements of Music is based around the popular acronym DR SMITH. The posters can be used around your department or classroom and are designed to help embed GCSE and A Level tier musical language throughout the wider school. The posters are suitable for display in either Secondary or Primary schools. These could also be used as knowledge organizers or reference sheets for Key Stage 3 and GCSE courses. DR SMITH stands for Dynamics, Rhythm, Structure, Melody (and Metre), Instrumentation, Texture (and Tonality, Timbre and Tempo) and Harmony. Other variations on the acronym have been used but I find these to cover the most important aspects of musical knowledge in the simplest way. Each poster is colour-coded to fit with the acronym DR SMITH. This same colour scheme can be used further up the school in GCSE and A Level analysis.
Instrument/Instrumentation DR SMITH Music Poster
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Instrument/Instrumentation DR SMITH Music Poster

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“Instrumentation” poster from a series of nine posters about the Elements of Music, based around the popular acronym DR SMITH. This poster shows the four main categories of musical instruments and details several instruments within those categories used both within the orchestra and around the world. The posters can be used around your department or classroom and are designed to help embed GCSE and A Level tier musical language throughout the wider school. The posters are suitable for display in either Secondary or Primary schools. These could also be used as knowledge organizers or reference sheets for Key Stage 3 and GCSE courses. DR SMITH stands for Dynamics, Rhythm, Structure, Melody (and Metre), Instrumentation, Texture (and Tonality, Timbre and Tempo) and Harmony. Other variations on the acronym have been used but I find these to cover the most important aspects of musical knowledge in the simplest way. Each poster is colour-coded to fit with the acronym DR SMITH. This same colour scheme can be used further up the school in GCSE and A Level analysis. The full set of posters is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/dr-smith-elements-of-music-posters-12339977
Graceland - Knowledge Organiser (AQA GCSE Music)
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Graceland - Knowledge Organiser (AQA GCSE Music)

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A brightly coloured and accessible knowledge organiser for Paul Simon’s Graceland - the set work for AOS3 (Traditional Music) AQA GCSE music. This contains essential information on all three study pieces, colour coded and organised into the musical elements (DR SMITH). All contextual information is based on that provided by AQA.
Musical Instruments of the World Display
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Musical Instruments of the World Display

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A display/classroom resource with images of musical instruments and performers from around the world, including the origin and a recommended performer for each instrument. These can be used as a display on their own, or in conjunction with a world map as pictured. A great resource for promoting diversity and multiculturalism whilst encouraging wider listening amongst your students!
The Chase UK Interactive PowerPoint Template (Cashbuilder, Individual and Final Chase)
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The Chase UK Interactive PowerPoint Template (Cashbuilder, Individual and Final Chase)

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An exciting and interactive PowerPoint template for the UK game show The Chase. The presentation includes music and dynamic animations and features all three rounds from the original game show (Cashbuilder, Individual Chase and The Final Chase) which can be played individually or as a full game. Customise with your own subject related questions to adjust the presentation to your required topic/difficulty - or add General Knowledge questions for use in Form Time or end of term. This resource is also useful for revision on remote or online virtual teaching using screen sharing on Zoom, Teams or Google Meet. Download includes the presentation and a comprehensive User Guide.
Rhythm DR SMITH Poster
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Rhythm DR SMITH Poster

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“Rhythm” poster from a series of nine posters about the Elements of Music, based around the popular acronym DR SMITH. The posters can be used around your department or classroom and are designed to help embed GCSE and A Level tier musical language throughout the wider school. The posters are suitable for display in either Secondary or Primary schools. These could also be used as knowledge organizers or reference sheets for Key Stage 3 and GCSE courses. DR SMITH stands for Dynamics, Rhythm, Structure, Melody (and Metre), Instrumentation, Texture (and Tonality, Timbre and Tempo) and Harmony. Other variations on the acronym have been used but I find these to cover the most important aspects of musical knowledge in the simplest way. Each poster is colour-coded to fit with the acronym DR SMITH. This same colour scheme can be used further up the school in GCSE and A Level analysis.
Harmony DR SMITH Music Poster
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Harmony DR SMITH Music Poster

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“Harmony” poster from a series of nine posters about the Elements of Music, based around the popular acronym DR SMITH. This poster shows a simplified method for constructing both major and minor chords on the keyboard. The posters can be used around your department or classroom and are designed to help embed GCSE and A Level tier musical language throughout the wider school. The posters are suitable for display in either Secondary or Primary schools. These could also be used as knowledge organizers or reference sheets for Key Stage 3 and GCSE courses. DR SMITH stands for Dynamics, Rhythm, Structure, Melody (and Metre), Instrumentation, Texture (and Tonality, Timbre and Tempo) and Harmony. Other variations on the acronym have been used but I find these to cover the most important aspects of musical knowledge in the simplest way. Each poster is colour-coded to fit with the acronym DR SMITH. This same colour scheme can be used further up the school in GCSE and A Level analysis. The full set of posters is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/dr-smith-elements-of-music-posters-12339977
Metre (Music) DR SMITH Poster
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Metre (Music) DR SMITH Poster

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“Metre” poster from a series of nine posters about the Elements of Music, based around the popular acronym DR SMITH. The posters can be used around your department or classroom and are designed to help embed GCSE and A Level tier musical language throughout the wider school. The posters are suitable for display in either Secondary or Primary schools. These could also be used as knowledge organizers or reference sheets for Key Stage 3 and GCSE courses. DR SMITH stands for Dynamics, Rhythm, Structure, Melody (and Metre), Instrumentation, Texture (and Tonality, Timbre and Tempo) and Harmony. Other variations on the acronym have been used but I find these to cover the most important aspects of musical knowledge in the simplest way. Each poster is colour-coded to fit with the acronym DR SMITH. This same colour scheme can be used further up the school in GCSE and A Level analysis.
Melody DR SMITH Music Poster
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Melody DR SMITH Music Poster

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“Melody” poster from a series of nine posters about the Elements of Music, based around the popular acronym DR SMITH. Covers key melodic terms such as conjunct/disjunct, treble/bass, pitch, sharp/flat and ascending/descending. The posters can be used around your department or classroom and are designed to help embed GCSE and A Level tier musical language throughout the wider school. The posters are suitable for display in either Secondary or Primary schools. These could also be used as knowledge organizers or reference sheets for Key Stage 3 and GCSE courses. DR SMITH stands for Dynamics, Rhythm, Structure, Melody (and Metre), Instrumentation, Texture (and Tonality, Timbre and Tempo) and Harmony. Other variations on the acronym have been used but I find these to cover the most important aspects of musical knowledge in the simplest way. Each poster is colour-coded to fit with the acronym DR SMITH. This same colour scheme can be used further up the school in GCSE and A Level analysis.
DR SMITH - Dynamics Poster
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DR SMITH - Dynamics Poster

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“Dynamics” poster from a series of nine posters about the Elements of Music is based around the popular acronym DR SMITH. The posters can be used around your department or classroom and are designed to help embed GCSE and A Level tier musical language throughout the wider school. The posters are suitable for display in either Secondary or Primary schools. These could also be used as knowledge organizers or reference sheets for Key Stage 3 and GCSE courses. DR SMITH stands for Dynamics, Rhythm, Structure, Melody (and Metre), Instrumentation, Texture (and Tonality, Timbre and Tempo) and Harmony. Other variations on the acronym have been used but I find these to cover the most important aspects of musical knowledge in the simplest way. Each poster is colour-coded to fit with the acronym DR SMITH. This same colour scheme can be used further up the school in GCSE and A Level analysis.
Musical Structure DR SMITH Poster
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Musical Structure DR SMITH Poster

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“Structure” poster from a series of nine posters about the Elements of Music, based around the popular acronym DR SMITH. This poster compares use of structure in pop music (verse chorus form) with that of classical (binary, rondo, through composed, ternary, sonata form). The posters can be used around your department or classroom and are designed to help embed GCSE and A Level tier musical language throughout the wider school. The posters are suitable for display in either Secondary or Primary schools. These could also be used as knowledge organizers or reference sheets for Key Stage 3 and GCSE courses. DR SMITH stands for Dynamics, Rhythm, Structure, Melody (and Metre), Instrumentation, Texture (and Tonality, Timbre and Tempo) and Harmony. Other variations on the acronym have been used but I find these to cover the most important aspects of musical knowledge in the simplest way. Each poster is colour-coded to fit with the acronym DR SMITH. This same colour scheme can be used further up the school in GCSE and A Level analysis.
Texture (Music) DR SMITH Poster
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Texture (Music) DR SMITH Poster

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“Texture” poster from a series of nine posters about the Elements of Music, based around the popular acronym DR SMITH. This poster visually demonstrates two key types of texture - monophonic and polyphonic - as well as explaining the broader terms of ‘thick’ and ‘thin’. The posters can be used around your department or classroom and are designed to help embed GCSE and A Level tier musical language throughout the wider school. The posters are suitable for display in either Secondary or Primary schools. These could also be used as knowledge organizers or reference sheets for Key Stage 3 and GCSE courses. DR SMITH stands for Dynamics, Rhythm, Structure, Melody (and Metre), Instrumentation, Texture (and Tonality, Timbre and Tempo) and Harmony. Other variations on the acronym have been used but I find these to cover the most important aspects of musical knowledge in the simplest way. Each poster is colour-coded to fit with the acronym DR SMITH. This same colour scheme can be used further up the school in GCSE and A Level analysis. The full set of posters is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/dr-smith-elements-of-music-posters-12339977
Timbre, Tonality and Tempo Poster (DR SMITH Music)
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Timbre, Tonality and Tempo Poster (DR SMITH Music)

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“Timbre”, “Tonality” and “Tempo” poster from a series of nine posters about the Elements of Music, based around the popular acronym DR SMITH. The posters can be used around your department or classroom and are designed to help embed GCSE and A Level tier musical language throughout the wider school. The posters are suitable for display in either Secondary or Primary schools. These could also be used as knowledge organizers or reference sheets for Key Stage 3 and GCSE courses. DR SMITH stands for Dynamics, Rhythm, Structure, Melody (and Metre), Instrumentation, Texture (and Tonality, Timbre and Tempo) and Harmony. Other variations on the acronym have been used but I find these to cover the most important aspects of musical knowledge in the simplest way. Each poster is colour-coded to fit with the acronym DR SMITH. This same colour scheme can be used further up the school in GCSE and A Level analysis. The full set of posters is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/dr-smith-elements-of-music-posters-12339977
Bob Marley Help Sheet - I Shot the Sheriff
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Bob Marley Help Sheet - I Shot the Sheriff

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A double sided self-help resource sheet with all the required information for pupils to learn to play the songI Shot the Sheriff by Bob Marley - great for reggae and world music performance units. The instructions detail how to play the chords of the song (in the simplified key of A minor) on keyboard/piano, guitar, ukulele and bass guitar. These sheets can be used for remote/online teaching in conjunction with online keyboards, or printed and laminated for classroom use.