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Music

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  • wheeoffortunetemplate This is a Wheel of Fortune Template for your classroom. Interactive widgets has been inserted to simulate the spinning of the wheel. This is a great way to introduce vocabulary concepts or review with the class as a competition. Check out this template and get ready to spin the wheel! Enjoy! (Directions and explanations are included)
    7.45 MB
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  • 03.12.14
  • KS2 - Music - Composers Part 2 By the end of this lesson students will have an introductory knowledge of some well known British composers and examples of the music for which they are famous. Kindly submitted by RM Education in the US.
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  • 10.01.12
  • KS2 - Music - Composers By the end of this lesson students will have an introductory knowledge of some well known European composers and examples of the music for which they are famous. Kindly submitted by RM Education in the US.
    1.42 MB
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  • 10.01.12
  • Dance This activity presents what constitutes dance and shows how dance may be influenced by lots of other factors such as music, tempo and emotion.
    339.96 KB
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  • 29.09.11
  • Instruments In this lesson, students will learn that instruments can be sorted by category and that these categories are determined by the material an instrument is made from or the way it is played.
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  • 29.09.11
  • Music - KS1 - Instruments By the end of this lesson students will understand that there are different types of instruments based on their properties and how they can be played. They will identify percussion instruments used in the classroom and name them. Kindly submitted by RM Education in the US.
    1.73 MB
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  • 09.08.11
  • KS2 - Music - Notation By the end of this lesson students will understand that the purpose of musical notation is to record and explain ideas. They should be familiar with the use of single beat notes, and the staff system and be able to identify or record a given note on paper. Kindly submitted by RM Education in the US.
    1.68 MB
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  • 09.08.11