This is a booklet with helpful study tips for students. It highlights the different learning styles and helps students create a study schedule
Page 1: Study Tips
Page 2 and 3: What type of learner are you? and how you can study to best suit your style of learning
Page 4: Time Management
Page 5: Template timetable for studying
This sheet is aimed at Junior Cycle music under the learning outcome:
“Create a musical statement (such as a rap or an advertising jingle) about a topical issue or current event and share with others the statements’ purpose and development”
However, can be useful for any music class to boost creativity.
Included in this resource:
Jingle Planner (brand, slogans, product)
A section for songwriting and chords
This booklet was created to replicate the process of creating music for film. To begin with this booklet, the teacher/educator will begin by selecting a scene from a film to work on throughout this task.
Included in this booklet
Test Screening Evaluation (here students act as the audience to gain a perspective of the scene, although not music specific, it gives students an audience perspective before they become the composer)
Score Spotting list (here students will watch the scene without any sound)
How to compose a score (students will start to work on their plan)
4.**** Composing a score**** (here students use their plan to create music, I advise to use musecore, bandlab or allowing students to compose using instruments)
This is a worksheet aimed at looking at how music plays a role in film/tv. Music has the power to change how a viewer percieves a movie, therefore students can have some fun with the short film ‘Piper’ (which can be found on disney+).
Youtube also has great music to use alongside changing the mood of music, or students can pick a song to change the mood. Simply mute the ‘Piper’ video and play a different song in the background.