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My Music Study Guide

Full 9-page Study Guide booklet to support Area of Study:

 “My Music”

·               Provides starting points to introduce “My Music” as covered in the new GCSE (9-1) Music 2016 specification.

·               Includes “My Own Instrument Facebook Profile” research task.

·               Allows pupils to create/compose and perform a short piece of descriptive music for their own instrument, voice or music technology equipment based on the knowledge and understanding from their research work.

·               Key Words definitions highlight key musical vocabulary in relation to My Music.

·               Learning Outcomes consolidate learning and act as a means of tracking pupil progress.

·               Download the completed Study guide HERE  (or click on the related images to the left).

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