7 lessons covering elements of music (rhythm/metre, melody, texture, harmony, and structure) for KS3, particularly Year 7.
The scheme of work has been made with limited resources in mind, perhaps for those teaching in a non-specialist room. Two/three lessons will need boomwhackers / pitched percussion for melody and texture.
6 lessons covering various traditional patterns, with the assessment piece of Djolé rhythms.
Listening exercises, assessment piece (with differentiated parts), assessment criteria, and contextual information.
6 lessons covering 20th Century Music for KS3. Lessons are mostly designed to be delivered with few instruments and resources and made for those who are delivering lessons in non-specialist classrooms.
Three full schemes of work for KS3.
The elements of music can be done in a non-specialist room but need pitched percussion (boomwhackers work well).
20th Century starts with some lessons which can be done with little equipment and in a non-specialist room. The assessment is a piano piece.
The Baroque era includes the pieces to learn for the assessment and a powerpoint which explains features of the music.
All have powerpoints which include listening questions and tasks and cover about 7 lessons.
A lesson (or two) on Romantic Requiems for the AQA GCSE Music spec.
A brief overview of the genre:
Two short form listening questions with answers (on a movement from the Faure and Verdi requiems),
Brief analysis of the requiems as MR TIGHTS tables,
A short composition task around melody / text setting / harmony / tonality
Powerpoint of 6 lessons, audio example of the piece embedded in the powerpoint, assessment criteria, and the piece.
Lessons include a starter of listening questions based around classical guitar pieces, and basic performance technique covered.
Extension for experienced players shown on the sheet. Assessment criteria provided.