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Miss D music

I am a music and performing arts teacher from Lancashire, teaching btec tech award to KS4. I've been a Microsoft Education Expert for 3 years and have recently become a Microsoft Certified Educator as well as Nearpod and Flipgrid certified. I love using technology to enhance pupils learning and development. I am also a mum to twin toddlers who keep me very busy!

I am a music and performing arts teacher from Lancashire, teaching btec tech award to KS4. I've been a Microsoft Education Expert for 3 years and have recently become a Microsoft Certified Educator as well as Nearpod and Flipgrid certified. I love using technology to enhance pupils learning and development. I am also a mum to twin toddlers who keep me very busy!
What is punk?
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What is punk?

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Introduction to punk This lesson introduces pupils to the concept of punk and why it happened. Aimed at BTEC tech award pupils studying component 1: exploring musical styles and products, but has also been used as a workshop lesson for year 9s.
Keyboard skills - Moonlight Sonata score
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Keyboard skills - Moonlight Sonata score

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develop your pupils keyboard skills with one of the great composers The following scores have been created with all pupils in mind. It is a simple arrangement which is geared towards pupils focusing n the skills required to play the keyboard. this resource includes: melody only version music with and without note names music with colour coded notes melody and root note chords to explore the left hand triad chord version to explore playing chords in full
Scales, Keys and chords - wak-a-tube / Boomwhacker lesson
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Scales, Keys and chords - wak-a-tube / Boomwhacker lesson

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These are 2 theory based lessons aimed at year 9 / 10, using boomwhackers to explore scales and chords practically. The criteria is based on the BTEC Tech award in music practice, however feel free to edit this to suit your needs. In the second power point, you are able to type in th text box during the powerpoint for the starter task. You will need to make sure you have active x control selected. To do this, go to file-options-customize ribbon and selecet developer and add ins.
transition project - musical and non musical sounds
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transition project - musical and non musical sounds

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overview In this lesson, pupils explore the work of John Cage and develop an understanding of what music is and what makes a sound musical. Resources This lesson comes with a booklet, which includes objectives, goal setting, all tasks and self reflection. Both booklet and Power point use duel coding to support pupil understanding. designed and planned for you so you don’t have to This lesson is part of a series of stand alone lessons I am creating to be part of a transition project. I have designed these lessons to be delivered by non-specialists and / or teachers who have limited resources. It is also suitable for remote learning and year 7 pupils.
music progress mat
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music progress mat

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Music progress mat great to have on the desks for pupils. Helps give a little confidence boost, so pupils know how they can make progress or identify what they have done in lesson to show they have made progress. duel coding icons used are simple to help pupil’s understand what each statement means.