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Music - Year 9 Scheme of Work

Music - Year 9 Scheme of Work

General Topic or Theme


Music & Society
Cross-curricular links
Dance, Maths, English, ICT
Unit:
Music for Adverts / Music Industry
Activities:
Performing, Listening & Appraising
Prior Learning: It would be helpful if pupils had experience of group work, involving performance, knowledge of vocabulary and notation reading skills.
Aims of the Music Curriculum at Richard Rose Morton Academy:
Successful learners who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve their best in music.
Confident individuals, who are able to perform, listen and compose safely and find healthy fulfillment from discussing creative ideas.
Responsible citizens who make a positive contribution to an increasing creative society.
Independent Enquirers

Creative Thinkers

Reflective Learners

Key
Concepts:
Knowledge,
Skills &
Understanding

Pupils should
be able to:

Self Managers

Effective Participators

Integration of Practice

Cultural
Understanding

Critical Understanding

Creativity

Communication

1.1a Developing knowledge,


skills and understanding.

1.2a Understanding musical


traditions and the part music
plays in national and global
culture and in personal
identity.

1.3a Engaging with and


analysing music, developing
views and justifying opinions.

1.4a Using existing musical

1.5a Exploring how thoughts,


feelings, ideas and emotions
can be expressed through
music.

1.1b Participating, collaborating

1.2b Exploring how ideas,


experiences and emotions are
conveyed in a range of music
from different times and
cultures.

1.3 b Drawing on experience

1.4b Exploring ways music


can be combined with other
art forms and other subject
disciplines.

and working with others as


musicians

Key
Processes:

Team Workers

of a wide range of musical


contexts and styles to inform
judgements.

Performing, Composing & Listening

knowledge, skills and


understanding for new
purposes and in new
contexts.

Reviewing & Evaluating

2.1a sing in solo or group contexts, developing vocal techniques and musical
expression.

2.2a analyse, review, evaluate and compare pieces of music

2.1b perform with control of instrument-specific techniques and musical


expression

2.2b identify conventions and contextual influences in music of different styles,


genres and traditions

2.1c practise, rehearse and perform with awareness of different parts, the roles
and contributions of different members of the group, the audience and venue.

2.2c communicate ideas and feelings about music, using expressive language
and musical vocabulary to justify their opinions

2.1d create, develop and extend musical ideas by selecting and combining
resources within musical structures, styles, genres and traditions

2.2d adapt their own musical ideas and refine and improve their own and others
work.

2.1e improvise, explore and develop musical ideas when performing


2.1f listen with discrimination and internalise and recall sounds
2.1g identify the expressive use of musical elements, devices, tonalities
and structures.

Music - Year 9 Scheme of Work

Range &
Content

3a performance activities in a range of contexts within and beyond the classroom


3b a range of live and recorded music from different times and cultures
3c a range of classical and popular traditions and current trends in music that
reflect cultural diversity and a global dimension
3d staff notation and other relevant notations in a range of musical styles, genres
and traditions

3e consideration of contextual influences that affect the way music is created,


performed and heard
3f the use of music technologies to create, manipulate and refine sounds
3g the role of music and musicians in society, of the music industry and of artistic
and intellectual property rights

Curriculum
Opportunities

4a develop individual performance skills, both vocal and instrumental, including


the use of music technology
4b develop listening and aural perception skills in practical activities, including
composing and performing
4c develop creative and compositional skills, including songwriting, arranging
and improvising
4d work with a range of musicians and watch and listen to live musical
performances where possible, to extend their musical learning.

4e work individually, in musical groups of different sizes and as a class


4f build on their own interests and skills, taking on different roles and
responsibilities and developing music leadership skills
4g make links between music and other subjects and areas of the curriculum.

Lesson

Learning
Intentions
(We Are Learning
To)

Main lesson (include differentiation where possible)


STARTER
MAIN
PLENARY

Learning
Outcomes

Resources

Main lesson (include differentiation where possible)


STARTER
MAIN
PLENARY

Learning
Outcomes

Resources

Main lesson (include differentiation where possible)


STARTER
MAIN
PLENARY

Learning
Outcomes

Resources

Success Criteria/ AfL


(What Im Looking For)

1
100 min

Lesson

Learning
Intentions
(We Are Learning
To)

Success Criteria/ AfL


(What Im Looking For)

2
100 min

Lesson

Learning
Intentions
(We Are Learning
To)

Success Criteria/ AfL


(What Im Looking For)

Music - Year 9 Scheme of Work

3
100 min

Lesson

Learning
Intentions
(We Are Learning
To)

Main lesson (include differentiation where possible)


STARTER
MAIN
PLENARY

Learning
Outcomes

Resources

Main lesson (include differentiation where possible)


STARTER
MAIN
PLENARY

Learning
Outcomes

Resources

Main lesson (include differentiation where possible)


STARTER
MAIN
PLENARY

Learning
Outcomes

Resources

Success Criteria/ AfL


(What Im Looking For)

4
100 min

Lesson

Learning
Intentions
(We Are Learning
To)

Success Criteria/ AfL


(What Im Looking For)

5
100 min

Lesson
6
100 min

Learning
Intentions
(We Are Learning
To)

Success Criteria/ AfL


(What Im Looking For)