KS3 'Sakura' teaching materials

by Liz Tim and Ian @HuntSchoolMusic

The following material is part of a series of KS3 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 resource is a collection of listening, analysing, performing, improvising, composing and arranging tasks, with materials that can be easily adapted for either class or remote/home work.  

Here are the teaching slides

Here are the student support materials

Here are the student support materials

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