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Every month Music Teacher publishes materials for KS3, 4 and 5, offering complete units of work, GCSE and A level set-work info and activities, and practical ideas across all levels for both classroom and peripatetic teachers. All materials are written by experienced teachers and examiners and provide indispensable content for your teaching.

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Developing wider listening: the Classical period

Secondary education KS 4 KS 5

Author: Simon Rushby

This is the second in a series of resources to help students develop their understanding and experience of music from the Baroque, Classical and Romantic periods, and from the 20th and 21st centuries....

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Leading online composing projects

Secondary education KS 3 KS 4 KS 5

Author: Richard Barnard

During the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdowns in the UK, I have led several interactive online composition projects. This resource shares practical advice gained from this experience, examining the...

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Teaching great music lessons in the ‘new normal’

Secondary education KS 3 KS 4

Author: Jane Werry

This resource aims to give you some ideas for teaching great music lessons, whether remotely, through a ‘blended’ approach, or even back in the classroom – whenever that might be.

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Building knowledge through the elements of music, part 2

Secondary education KS 4

Author: Jane Werry

This resource follows on directly from part one (Music Teacher, September 2020), which covered melody, articulation, instruments and harmony/tonality. This resource will cover dynamics, structure,...

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Using Sibelius at KS4

Secondary education KS 4

Author: James Manwaring

Sibelius is a valuable tool for music teachers: not only can we use it for composition, but it also provides a useful way to bring theory to life. In this resource I will consider how you might use...

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Christmas projects for in-school and remote work

Secondary education KS 3 KS 4 KS 5

Author: Jane Werry

This resource is a selection box of ideas that you can choose from and adapt to suit your own situation. Listening, researching, composing and tech are all included and given a Christmas slant that...

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Developing wider listening: the Baroque period

Secondary education KS 3 KS 4 KS 5

Author: Simon Rushby

This is the first in a series of resources to help students develop their understanding and experience of music from the Baroque, Classical and Romantic periods, and from the 20th and 21st centuries.

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Dealing with Covid uncertainty

Secondary education KS 3 KS 4 KS 5

Author: James Manwaring

Approaching Covid-19 and the year ahead successfully will come down to thinking and teaching outside the box. This article looks at how we might face those uncertainties, considering some of the...

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Black classical composers

Secondary education KS 3 KS 4 KS 5

Author: Jonathan James

This resource has been inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement and the stimulus of recent events for cultural discussion in the classroom. Black composers have been notoriously overlooked in the...

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Building knowledge through the elements of music, part 1

Secondary education KS 4

Author: Jane Werry

It can be difficult to know where to start with teaching a GCSE syllabus: there are so many different parts to get to grips with. You might feel that you need to get cracking straight away with areas...

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