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MUSIC DEPARTMENT: SCHEME OF WORK - FORM 4

UNIT 1: INTRODUCTION
TIME LEARNING OUTCOMES RESOURCES TEACHING HOMEWORK/ LITERACY/ LEARNING
STRATEGIES/
ASSESSMENT NUMERACY/ STYLES/
SKILLS ICT
DIFFERENTIATI
ON
8 weeks By the end of the unit the pupils should: CD (CCEA) Explanation Learning periods of music KEYWORDS: Audio
dates
• Have had a general introduction and CD of Set Works Discussion Renaissance CCEA CD of
overview of what GCSE music entails Learning form in music GCSE
Instruments Use of ICT Baroque composition
• Be aware of the five main periods of Learning musical devices examples
Computer Listening Classical
Western Music history to date with Learning expressive terms
appropriate dates Data projector Written work & Romantic
presentation Questions on the above four Visual
• Be familiar with the types of Form in
Connecting the
areas to assess that 20th Century
music that they are likely to come across learning and revision has taken Form Colour
learning place coordinated
in this course
Listening Scale periods of
• Be familiar with a range of types of history on data
Evaluation Time Signatures projector
scales they are likely to come across in
the course Polyphonic
Report Writing How the
• Be familiar with the various types of Homophonic orchestra grew
tonality in music from the
Monophonic Baroque times
• Have listened to examples of good,
Musical devices Kinesthetic
average and poor compositions of GCSE
standard Instrumental None in this
effects unit
• Have compiled a list of key words,
Instrumental
musical devices, instrumental effects,
ensembles
instrumental ensembles, vocal parts and Differentiation
expressive terms for use during the Vocal music
course None in this
Expressive terms unit
• Have performed in their first practical
assessment workshop NUMERACY:

• Have received a copy of all their set Dates of periods


in music
works on CD
Division in time
signatures
ICT:
Use of data
TIME LEARNING OUTCOMES RESOURCES TEACHING HOMEWORK/ LITERACY/ LEARNING
STRATEGIES/
ASSESSMENT NUMERACY/ STYLES/
SKILLS ICT
DIFFERENTIATI
ON
projector for
notes