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Junior Activity Week 

MUSIC 3A

Overview

The creative processes of music – sound arts requires the generation, refinement, and revision of musical and sound ideas through composing and performing, whether individually or collaboratively. Visions of sound are constructed, co-constructed, and re-constructed, creating new sounds and combinations through the use of musical conventions and technologies. Production and transformation through the alchemy of interpreting and transforming sound to symbol and symbol to sound, living worlds of sound are created and re-created. Risk-taking and experimentation develop self-expression and personal identity. This Course is directed towards students interested in Solo and Group performance. Students will perform music in front of an audience and have their performances videotaped as evidence towards the standard. Students will be given 2 assessment opportunities to reach the standard. Students taking this Course should also take the Level 3 Course on Composition, and Instrumentation. Assessments opportunities will occur every 5 weeks. Students must achieve 14 or more credits to gain university entrance in this subject.

Achievement Objectives

The Achievement Objectives from the New Zealand Curriculum.

Communicating and interpreting

  • Plan, rehearse, present, record, evaluate and refine performances of music, individually and collaboratively, demonstrating interpretive understanding.
  • Critically analyse and evaluate the expressive qualities of music and production processes in order to refine interpretations of music.

 

 

Course Materials

  • Performance Instrument
  • 8Gb USB stick (supplied)
  • Access to a computer

Tracking Progress

Standard Number: AS 91416

Standard Title: Solo Performance

Grade:

Credits Achieved: 8

Standard Number: AS 91418

Standard Title: Group Performance

Grade:

Credits Achieved: 4

Standard Number AS91417*

Standard Title: Solo Performance on a

second instrument

Grade:

Credits Achieved: 4

 

 

Standard Course Outline:

NQF Number

Version

Internal / External

Full Title

Credits

Estimated Study Dates

Estimated Assessment

Further Assessment

Lit/Num

AS 91416

1

Internal

Perform two programmes of music (4 pieces) as a featured soloist.

8

Weeks 15

Week 10

Week 16

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AS 91418

1

Internal

Performs two substantial pieces of music as a member of a group.

4

Weeks 15

Week 16

On going

0

 

*Extra Credit Opportunities:

NQF Number

Version

Internal / External

Full Title

Credits

Estimated assessment

Further assessment

Lit/Num

AS 91417

1

Internal

Perform a programme of music as a featured soloist on a second instrument

4

Week 16

On going

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 






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MUSIC 3A