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Edexcel GCSE Music (9-1) Defying Gravity Section B 12 mark essay
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Edexcel GCSE Music (9-1) Defying Gravity Section B 12 mark essay

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This is a practice essay for the Edexcel GCSE Music (9-1) Section B for Defying Gravity by Stephen Schwartz. Included are: Student copy Mark scheme There are no scores available for this due to copyright but the Defying Gravity score is available in the anthology and the Munchkinland score is easily downloadable (the section is from ‘Come out, come out wherever you are’ until ‘came flying on her broomstick, thumbing for a hitch’)
Edexcel GCSE Music - 12 mark essay - P.E.E.E paragraphs
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Edexcel GCSE Music - 12 mark essay - P.E.E.E paragraphs

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This activity is designed to get students thinking about how to hit the Ao3 and Ao4 criteria for the 12-mark essay using P.E.E.E paragraphs (point/evidence (Ao3) - explain/evaluate (Ao4)). There is one question per set work, with two answers. In each answer the parts that are Ao3, and Ao4, are labelled. This resource comes with full answers.
Edexcel GCSE Music - Set Works Fact Quizzes - all set works
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Edexcel GCSE Music - Set Works Fact Quizzes - all set works

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This booklet includes: 4/5 10 question quizzes for each of the eight set works with answers. A reflection page for each set work so that students can make notes about what they don’t understand / need to revise. This booklet can be used for: Starter activities (pick a quiz a lesson) In class revision Independent revision Cover work All the information in this booklet is from the official Edexcel guidance for the set works on their website.
Elements of Music starter activities MAD T SHIRT Eduqas GCSE Music
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Elements of Music starter activities MAD T SHIRT Eduqas GCSE Music

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10 starter activities based around the elements of music acronym MAD T SHIRT. Each activity involves listening to a piece of unfamiliar music and answering questions based around each EoM. Each activity also highlights important key words and gives definitions. Each activity should take around 10-15 minutes and are designed to be used as ‘do it now’ activities.