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Junior Activity Week 

MUSIC 3B

Overview

Music of the past and present, whether traditional or revolutionary, analogue or digital, acoustic or amplified, and from diverse cultures and contexts, shapes our music of the present and future. Music history and ethnomusicology investigate aesthetics, cultural practices, social and political perspectives, and the formal qualities, elements, and principles of music, music criticism, and music appreciation. This Course is directed at those students interested in composition instrumentation and recording. Students taking this Course should also take the Level 3a Course on Solo and Group performance. Students will learn how to use sound technology to enhance and record, develop skills in notation and composition and study Instrumentation. Students where possible will be given 2 assessment opportunities to reach each standard. 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.

Understanding music – Sound arts in context

  • Research, analyse, and evaluate the production of music works from historical, social, and cultural contexts.
  • Apply their understandings of the expressive qualities of music from a range of contexts to analyse its impact on their own music practices.

Developing practical knowledge

  • Analyse, apply, and evaluate significant expressive features and stylistic conventions, and technologies in a range of music, using aural perception and practical and theoretical skills.

    Developing ideas

  • Create, structure, refine, and represent compositions and musical arrangements, using secure technical and musical skills and technologies to express imaginative thinking and personal understandings
  • Reflect on and evaluate composition processes and presentation conventions.

 

 

Course Materials

  • Work books 
  • 8Gb USB stick 
  • Access to a computer

Tracking Progress

Standard Number: AS 91419

Standard Title: Compositions

Grade:

Credits Achieved: 8

Standard Number: AS 91424

Standard Title: Arrangements

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 91419

1

Internal

Compose three substantial pieces of music

8

Weeks 15

Week 16

On going

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AS 91271

1

Internal

Arrangements – create 2 arrangements from and existing pieces of music.

4

Weeks 15

Week 15

On going

0

 





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MUSIC 3B