During KS3 Music, you will:
- Perform, listen to, and evaluate music across a range of historical periods, genres, styles and traditions.
- Learn to sing and to use your voice, create and compose music on your own and with others, have the opportunity to learn a musical instrument and to use technology.
- Explore how music is created, produced and communicated through: pitch, duration, dynamics, tempo, timbre, texture, structure and a variety of musical notations.
- Graphic Score
- Pulse and Rhythm
- Keyboard Skills 1
- Melody Writing
- Music Technology
- Song Writing
- 12 Bar Blues
- Bucket Drumming
- Keyboard Skills 2
- Guitar Skills 1
- Ground Bass
- Cover Versions
- Film Music
- Guitar Skills 2
- Independent Project
|Over the year you will learn how to:
- Listen to music and understand some of the elements.
- Read simple notation.
- Perform with voices and instruments both individually and in a group.
- Compose your own music.
- Provide feedback on your own and others’ work and suggest constructive improvements.
- Use simple musical vocabulary.
- listen to music and analyse the features.
- read a variety of notations.
- perform greater amounts of music on more than one instrument.
- improvise and compose music that uses a variety of rhythms.
- evaluate your own and others’ work and constructively suggest how to improve it.
- use an appropriate and varied musical vocabulary
- listening to music and analysing what you can hear.
- reading notation for more than one instrument.
- performing on different instruments and understanding the importance of cultural context.
- composing in different styles within a variety of musical structures.
- providing feedback on your own and others’ work and suggesting how to improve it.
- learning a varied musical vocabulary and being able to apply it to your own and others’ work