by Liz Tim and Ian @HuntSchoolMusic
The following resources are the fourth in a series of schemes of work that we have written this year, to give students meaningful, musical tasks when working remotely. This style of working is a far cry from our usual classwork style, but it has enabled the Huntington Music team to continue to teach musical lessons in 'bubbles', where there is no access to hands-on music making.
The resources are a collection of listening and analysis tasks, interleaved with snapshots of teacher 'live modelling'. Each week we have filmed and upload the modelling of tasks to 'Teams' to enable students to use them to support their Soundtrap homework, each centred around an aspect of performing, composing and arranging.
Here's an overview of the project, we posted on Teams in March 2021:
And here are the teaching slides we created for our live online lessons, and bubbles teaching for April and May 2021.
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