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MUSIC DEPARTMENT: SCHEME OF WORK - FORM 4

UNIT 2: MUSIC FOR CELEBRATION


TIME LEARNING OUTCOMES RESOURCES TEACHING HOMEWORK/ LITERACY/ LEARNING
STRATEGIES/
ASSESSMENT NUMERACY/ STYLES/
SKILLS ICT
DIFFERENTIATI
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8 weeks By the end of the unit the pupils should: CD of Set Works Explanation Continual work on KEYWORDS: Audio
performance skills
• Have a thorough knowledge of the three Computer Discussion Baroque Listening to
set works in this Area of Study Continual work on the three set
Data projector Use of ICT compositional skills Binary Form works in this
• Be familiar with the structure, tonality, area of study
Internet Listening Celebratory composition 1 Sequence
structural devices, melodic and rhythmic
features of La Rejouissance by Handel Keyboards Written work & Performance assessment 1 Motif
presentation Visual
• Be aware of the historical background
Instruments
Listening
Performance assessment 2 Form
leading up to the composition of this Scores Watching a
Christmas listening examination Syncopation performance of
piece Evaluation
Video Pedal note African Sanctus
• Know what makes this piece a Report Writing with narration
Imitation by the
celebratory work
Perfect cadence composer
• Be able to identify the main theme as
Kinesthetic
Strophic
notation
Dissonance Continuous
• Have listened to the work and be able to performance
answer questions relating to it Ostinato practice on
chosen
• Be familiar with the structure of We Are Text from the
instrument
The Champions by Queen Mass

• Know what makes this piece a Vocal music


celebratory work Differentiation
Expressive terms
• Know the instrumentation of the song Some pupils
NUMERACY:
will be at a
• Be able to identify the main theme as Calculating the more
notation falling of beats in advanced level
syncopation practically
• Have listened to the work and be able to
answer questions relating to it Division in time
signatures
• Be familiar with the structure, tonality,
structural devices, melodic and rhythmic ICT:
features of African Sanctus by David
Use of data
Fanshawe
projector for
• Be aware of the composer’s background notes and video
TIME LEARNING OUTCOMES RESOURCES TEACHING HOMEWORK/ LITERACY/ LEARNING
STRATEGIES/
ASSESSMENT NUMERACY/ STYLES/
SKILLS ICT
DIFFERENTIATI
ON
and why he composed this piece of African Sanctus
performance
• Know what makes this piece a
celebratory work

• Be able to identify the main theme as


notation
• Have listened to the work and be able to
answer questions relating to it