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Year 7 Music

Elements of Music

Term 1

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LESSON 1

Key Questions:

What is Sound?

What is Music?

Key Words:Timbre

Learning Objective:Understand what music is

Success Criteria:

Explain what sound is

Explain what music is

Identify instruments within aural exercises

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Level

Music Strand

 

 

 

1

Composing

2

Performing

3

Listening & Appraising

Entry

I can show the ability to work in a team

 

I can make a limited contribution to a team composition

 

I can participate in the group composition process

 

I can order sounds in a creative way

I can participate in a simple singing task

 

I can follow basic instructions when performing

 

I can repeat a basic two note ostinato

 

I can sing a simple tune in an ensemble

 

I can demonstrate co-ordination on an instrument

 

I can perform simple patterns on untuned percussion

I can identify different sound sources

 

I can recognise high and low sounds

 

I can recognise some simple instrument sounds

 

I know when a piece is loud or quiet

 

1

I can share my own ideas in group tasks

 

I can select appropriate sounds for compositions

 

I can explore repeating patterns

I can sing with some accuracy of pitch

 

I can repeat simple patterns

(clapping/untuned percussion)

I can recognise a range of instrumental sounds

 

I know some music elements

 

 

2

I can improvise repeated patterns

 

I can share a range of ideas in group tasks

 

I can create simple compositions which have a sense of structure

 

I can work within the given time allocation

I can sing in tune with reasonable fluency and accuracy

 

I can perform simple parts on the keyboard (note guide + one finger) and tuned percussion (one beater)

 

I can keep in time with others

 

I can perform by ear and from simple notations

I can recognise a variety of different instrument sounds, knowing instrument families

 

I can recognise basic musical symbols

(treble clef, stave etc.)

 

I know a range of musical elements

 

I can make some improvements to my own work

 

3

I can improvise simple melodic/rhythmic phrases with a small set of given notes

 

I can create compositions which explore different sounds and the musical elements

 

I can develop composition ideas in rehearsal time

 

I can compose using a variety of notations

I can sing in tune and with expression

 

I can demonstrate reasonable confidence in performances

 

I know some notes on a musical stave and read fairly accurately from a score with note names

 

I can keep my own part going in a group performance

 

I can perform simple patterns on the keyboard and tuned percussion with reasonable fluency and accuracy

 

I know the notes of the keyboard, with the aid of a note guide

I know the musical elements and can recognise some in listening tasks

 

I can recognise rhythmic musical symbols (crotchets, minims etc.)

 

I have a basic understanding of notation

 

I can suggest improvements to my own and others' work

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What is sound?

Slide5

What is sound?

Vibrating Air

Slide6

What is music?

Slide7

What is music?

Organised Sound

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LESSON 2

Key Questions:

What is Sound?

What is Music?What is Rhythm?

Key Words:Timbre

OstinatoSyncopation

Learning Objective:

Understand the elements of music - RHYTHM

Success Criteria:

E: Follow simple instructions whilst performing

E: Perform simple patterns

1: Repeat simple patterns

2: Keep in time with others

3:Demonstrate confidence in performance

3:Keep own part going

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What is sound?

Slide10

What is sound?

Vibrating Air

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What is music?

Slide12

What is music?

Organised Sound

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What is rhythm?

Slide14

What is rhythm?

Organised Sound in time

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LESSON 3

Key Questions:

What is Sound?

What is Music?What is Rhythm?

What is Melody?Key Words:Timbre

OstinatoSyncopationMajorMinor

Pentatonic

Lesson Objective:

Understand the elements of music - MELODY

Success Criteria:

E: Follow simple instructions whilst performing

E: Perform simple patterns

1: Repeat simple patterns

2: Keep in time with others

3:Demonstrate confidence in performance

3:Keep own part going

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LESSON 4

Key Questions:

What is Sound?

What is Music?What is Rhythm?

What is Melody?What is Texture?What are Dynamics?

Key Words:TimbreOstinatoSyncopationMajor

Minor

Texture

Dynamics

Learning Objective:

Understand the elements of music

Success Criteria:

E

: Follow simple instructions whilst performing

E: Perform simple patterns

1: Repeat simple patterns

2: Keep in time with others

3:Demonstrate confidence in performance

3:Keep own part going

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LESSON 5

Key Questions:

What is Sound?

What is Music?What is Rhythm?

What is Melody?What is Texture?What are Dynamics?

Key Words:TimbreOstinatoSyncopationMajor

Minor

Texture

Dynamics

Learning Objective:

Understand the elements of music

ASSESSMENT LESSON:

THEORY & LISTENING SHEET

Success Criteria:

Listening

E: identify some sounds and know one key word

1: identify some sounds and know some key words

2: identify many sounds and know all key words

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LESSON 6

Key Questions:

What is Sound?

What is Music?What is Rhythm?

What is Melody?What is Texture?What are Dynamics?

Key Words:TimbreOstinatoSyncopationMajor

Minor

Texture

Dynamics

Lesson Objective:

Understand the elements of music

ASSESSMENT LESSON: PERFORMANCE

Success Criteria:

Performance

E: demonstrate co-ordination on instrument, perform simple pattern

2

: follow basic instructions, keep in time, follow simple notation, perform simple part

3: demonstrate confidence and keep going

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LESSON 7

Key Questions:

What is Rap?

Key Words:

RapStyleEnsemble

Lesson Objective:

Perform as part of an ensemble

Success Criteria:

A good confident performance that shows an understanding of style and rhythm

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Now this is a story all about how my life got twisted upside down

and I’d like to take a minute just sit right there,

I’ll

tell you how I became the prince of a town called

Bel-Air

In west Philadelphia born and raised on

the playground was where I spent most of my

days

chilling

out, maxing, relaxing all cool and

shootin

some b-ball outside of school

when

a couple of guys who were up to no good

started

making trouble in my

neighbourhood

I

got in one little fight and my mom got scared

she

said your moving in with your auntie and uncle in

Bel

-Air

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I begged and pleaded with her day after day but she packed my suitcase and sent me on my way, she gave me a kiss and she gave me a ticket, I put my

walkman

on and said I might as well kick it!

First class yo

this is badDrinking orange juice out of a champagne glass Is this what the people of

Bel-Air live like?Hmm this might be all right

I whistled for a cab and when it came near

The license plate said FRESH and it had dice in the mirror

If anything I can say that this cab was rare

But I thought

naw

forget it

yo

homes to

Bel

-Air

I pulled up to the house about 7 or 8

And I yelled to the cabby "

Yo

homes smell

ya

later"

I looked at my kingdom I was finally there

To sit on my throne as the Prince of

Bel

Air

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What is sound?

Slide23

What is sound?

Vibrating Air

Slide24

What is music?

Slide25

What is music?

Organised Sound

Slide26

What is rhythm?

Slide27

What is rhythm?

Organised Sound in time

Slide28

What is melody?

Slide29

What is melody?

Expression without Words

Slide30

What is Texture?

Slide31

What is Texture?

The Layers of Music

Slide32

What are dynamics?

Slide33

What are dynamics?

Volume of the Music