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A Secondary Music Specialist in both state and independent sectors, with over thirty years experience of creating and using resources for all Key Stages

A Secondary Music Specialist in both state and independent sectors, with over thirty years experience of creating and using resources for all Key Stages
GCSE Music 9-1 Pearson Edexcel What to listen for. Training your ears for a musical shopping list
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GCSE Music 9-1 Pearson Edexcel What to listen for. Training your ears for a musical shopping list

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Music Listening and Appraising. Developed for use with GCSE Music 9-1 Pearson Edexcel but generic enough to be suitable for other specifications. Brings all of the musical elements together that you want your students to be listening out for in their set works and wider listening and helps them clarify their thoughts. A useful aid to writing Section B 12 mark extended comparative answers.
Key Signatures (major & minor) - Loop Game Key Stage 4 & 5 and Theory Exams
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Key Signatures (major & minor) - Loop Game Key Stage 4 & 5 and Theory Exams

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**Colour-Coded cards (two types) Key Signatures for teaching/revising/practising quick recognition. ** A single or double loop-style game. A major-keys loop and a minor-keys loop which can be played separately or simultaneously where each student has one (or more) cards. Loops can be played by a whole class working against the clock as a team. For increased challenge, a large class can be split into smaller teams (perhaps in competition against each other) and students can each be given multiple cards to play with one or both loops at a time. Cards with Key Signature on one side and sharps/flats on the reverse. Print back to back (flip on long edge) on stiff card and cut to size.Print back to back on card (flip on long side) and cut out.Element on one side and location in piece on reverse Use as: Loops: an interactive lesson starter/plenary/revision aid Whole class or group team games (eg cards are dealt and laid out in front of each player - students view the backs of each other’s cards - they take turns to ‘steal’ their opponents’ cards by identifying what is on the other side of the card eg. “I choose ‘Bb major’ - it has Bb and Eb” (or vice versa if the cards are being held the other way around). The card is then given to the student (if answered correctly) or retained by the original holder (if incorrect). The winner is the student with the most cards.
Musical Elements "I have - who has" editable card game
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Musical Elements "I have - who has" editable card game

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Musical Elements “I have - who has” editable card game A loop-style game where each student has one (or more) cards. A class can even play with two or more loops at a time for greater challenge. Print back to back (flip on long edge) on stiff card and cut to size.
Pathetique Sonata Elements  Cards - StructureTonalityHarmonyTexture - GCSE Music 9-1 Pearson Edexcel
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Pathetique Sonata Elements Cards - StructureTonalityHarmonyTexture - GCSE Music 9-1 Pearson Edexcel

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Colour-Coded cards (editable) for teaching/revising Structure, Tonality & Harmony, Texture for Beethoven’s Pathetique Sonata. Element on one side and location in piece on reverse Print back to back on card (flip on long side) and cut out. Use as: an interactive lesson starter/plenary, (Students try laying out the cards in the correct order, perhaps beating the clock or each other) revision exercise aid to classroom games (eg cards are dealt and laid out in front of each player - students view the backs of each other’s cards - they take turns to ‘steal’ their opponents’ cards by correctly identifying what is on the other side of the card: “I choose ‘bars 1-10’ as that is the Grave Intro” - or vice versa if the cards are being held the other way around - the card is then given to the student who answered correctly and they build up a stash of as many as possible - the winner is the student with the most cards)
GCSE Music 9-1 Blank Mind Map - Use whilst practising listening
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GCSE Music 9-1 Blank Mind Map - Use whilst practising listening

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Music Listening and Appraising. A blank generic mind map linked to a specific colour-code used for all the resources I develop. Developed for use with GCSE Music 9-1 Pearson Edexcel but suitable for general use. Print on A4 or A3 or use as a flip-chart for class listening and student led discussion. Save the flip-chart and share with students for personal revision.
GCSE Music 9-1 Editable MusicTABOO Cards
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GCSE Music 9-1 Editable MusicTABOO Cards

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Create an example Taboo-style game for GCSE students based on one of the SetWorks and then give them the template to create their own. Colour coded using the same analysis colour scheme used in all the resources I have developed. Add a bonus reward for the students who can give examples related to the word on their card. Adapt for KS3 or even KS5. Offered here as an editable Word Document. Print double-sided on thin card flipped on the long edge. NB. It looks a little strange in the preview/info but I know the file is fine in Word 2016 and so I’d be interested to hear from anyone who tries downloading whether it works successfully. I hope you like it!