You will simply not believe the amount and quality that you get for seven and a half quid! At Rainy Night Music, you are GUARANTEED Top Resources at Sale Prices every day. In this download, you get a structured 4-page worksheet with 8 separate activities -only one of which is teacher-marked, the rest is student-marked via the Answer Slides included on the 18-slide PowerPoint Presentation, which takes you through the entire structure of the project. If you have 100 minute lessons, you will be just shy of 2 full lessons here - if you have 60-minute lessons, you'll have 3 full lessons including the assessment and DIT sheet.
This unit teaches both Bass and Treble Clef notation (not including rests, which is in Pack 2 - soon available on here). The worksheet includes both practical and theory tasks - a right-hand study at keyboard of Ode to Joy, and a left-hand study of the Oompa Loompa Song, for Treble and Bass clef respectively. This allows the theoretical learning to sink in through practical studies. For students who are low ability or who have special needs, there is a full Low- Ability Access pack with alternative worksheet, answers, and a graphic score of Ode to Joy and Oompa Loompa using a system of colourful, cute, and cool graphics of animals courtesy of Pretty Grafik Designs, Montreal, Canada (check them out on Etsy). This access pack is very easy to understand, and all you will need to do is hand it to your TA. No fuss, explanations, or anything. It's done for you. Still need persuading?
Okay - there is a full 30-minutes of video tutorial provided by me - I will actually teach your class the skills in a purpose-made video using Camtasia software, which enables absolute clarity through various tools that you simply can't repeat in a live setting. While I'm doing this, you can sit at the back of the room, keep an eye on the students and catch up with your marking. I use my video lessons in my own classroom for this reason - and because they fit the worksheets perfectly, there's no confusion.
There is an extension task for the gifted students - a 4-part arrangement of the Oompa Loompa song courtesy of myself in Sibelius Score form (all versions from 4-7.5 including Student and First versions) - and free note rulers (standard and animal ones for the lower-ability) on A3 PDFs that you simply need to print, laminate, and guillotine to keep your keyboards free from board markers, and facilitate instant access to playing music.
Finally (yes, there's more!) you have a 30-mark assessment designed to test the key learning of this project, all complete with an answer sheet and student reflection/ DIT sheet.
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