A power point to deliver an initial analysis of the song with worksheets to allow students to analyse the piece further on their own.
Worksheets for higher/mid ability and differentiated worksheet for lower ability students.
Practical introduction to rhythm (crotchets, quavers, minims, semi-quavers)
Differentiated opportunities within performances and composition
Develops rhythm, performance, composition and listening skills.
Encourages group work.
Introduction to writing musical notation.
1. Lesson by lesson instructions
2. Grade descriptors 9-1 for topic
3. Power point presentation with lesson objectives for each lesson
4. Student work booklet
Develops knowledge and skills on hooks and riffs and performance techniques
Can perform as written or create their own arrangement of the piece
Differentiated worksheet for students
Perform as a solo/pairs/groups
Full PLCs covering all four AOS in the Eduqas GCSE Music specification.
This excel document also gives you a ‘student view’ sheet to print off and give to students
Excellent tool for AfL and for you and students to see gaps in learning.
Colour coded and clearly presented, the Blooms questions for cutting, laminating and putting on your wall as both a teacher resource and a students resource. I find these particularly helpful to stretch and challenge students and allow them to gain a greater depth of understanding.
Full scheme of work to teach Country and Western Music using The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
Can be taught on recorders, keyboards, percussion
1. 9-1 descriptors for The Good, The Bad and The Ugly assessment
2. Student work booklet including 4 listening activities/assessments - Rodeo, Ring of Fire, Magnificent 7 theme and Take Me Home with You Tube listening links
3. Full Power point presentation for the topic
4. Country and Western Music wordsearch
5. Sibelius notated version of The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
A cut out and stick activity for students to do whilst listening to All Blues.Develops knowledge on the structure and instruments.Students should label each box with the appropriate section heading and then stick the instruments that are playing in to each section.The grid should be enlarged to A3 so there is enough room to stick the appropriate instruments in to each box. This task can then be extended to include the harmony and key signature for each section