» Age Range 12 to 15: Assessment

aMuse Sample Units


January 11, 2011

Sample Units from Australian Music Educators Assoc (Vic) – under the heading “aMuse VELS Support Documents”

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Assessment for Learning

December 29, 2009

Go to resource: Assessment for Learning has been developed by the Curriculum Corporation, and is a site that provides support for designing assessment tasks. The site includes state/territory links to assessment resources via subject headings, including the Arts. There are also links to professional learning and research about assessment.

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Auralia

December 20, 2009

Go to resource: Auralia is a comprehensive ear-training software package, published by Sibelius. It consists of step-by-step lessons, levels, and tests. Answers can be recorded/sung or played using a MIDI keyboard. It is suitable for all ages.

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Australian Curriculum Corporation

December 29, 2009

Go to resource: The Australian Curriculum Corporation is a one-stop site that provides online links to all Australian curricula. The Curriculum Corporation, a partnership of all Australian Education Ministers, provides resources that add to student learning experiences across Australia. The site also has links to publications and sites that are suitable resources for teachers.

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Curriculum Framework Learning Statement for the Arts (WA)

December 29, 2009

Go to resource: The Curriculum Framework Learning Statement for the Arts is published by the Curriculum Council of WA, 1998. It covers the reasoning for the Kindergarten to Year 12 Arts framework, which includes dance, drama, media, music, and visual arts. There are four outcomes that the framework is built around: arts ideas; arts skills and processes; arts responses; arts in society. The scope of the curriculum is explained, including processes, elements, skills, and types of learning experiences. Phases of learning and development are outlined. Other information including assessment, links with the curriculum goals and other subjects, is also given.

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free lesson content re. new curriculum


March 19, 2013

http://artspop.yodelservices.com/

Each of the Arts has a number of units designed to complement the National Curriculum. Scroll to the bottom and choose “Music”!

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Ideas on giving ONLINE assessment feedback


January 9, 2012

Use SoundCloud and blogging to give students feedback on recorded performances / compositions. Read more HERE.

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Integrating the arts: twelve school-based experiences

February 2, 2010

Go to resource: Integrating the arts: twelve school-based experiences, published by the Department for Education and Children’s Services, SA, 1997, gives twelve case best-practice case studies for the teaching of the arts in schools. The publication is relevant to teachers of Early Childhood (Reception) through to secondary school (Year 10).

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MusicAtSchool.co.uk – free UK website for Music teachers


May 3, 2011

www.musicatschool.co.uk is a free website of Secondary Music teaching ideas, lesson plans and worksheets from UK Music teachers.

For example, here is a worksheet for Year 7’s learning about how orchestral players are seated:

http://www.musicatschool.co.uk/year_7/Instruments_sheets/layout_worksheet.PDF

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NING for Music Educators (Australian)

April 25, 2011

http://australianmusiceducators.ning.com/ is an Australian discussion forum for music educators.  It was set up with the intent of discussing ideas on classroom band programs, but it really is a forum for discussion on any aspect of Australian music teaching from P-12.  At present there is a small group of members, but I am hoping to build it up and draw on a wide range of professional knowledge and experience.

This group is completely FREE (in a monetary sense, not a moral or metaphysical sense).

Please come along and check it out.  The page is run as a ning, which is basically a social network with a particular focus.  It is great for online discussion, linking of video and photo and has facility for you to blog.  All you need to do is create an account.

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NZ Exemplar Music lessons


January 25, 2011

New Zealand Curriculum Exemplars – several exemplar lessons for Primary and Secondary School Music (New Zealand)

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PBL Music – Project Based Learning

April 7, 2013

Try giving groups of students ‘big questions’ or composition tasks or performance challenges (eg. Battle of the Bands) and lots of space to self-direct with access to the internet … and see what they come up with. Some ideas HERE and HERE.

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Spotlight on assessment in music education (USA)

March 4, 2010

Go to resource: Spotlight on assessment in music education (USA) was published by MENC in 2001.

This volume contains articles examining different styles and applications of assessment for various musical activities and student age groups.

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TeachersNetwork

January 13, 2011

TeachersNetwork.org – an excellent website (by US teachers for teachers) with free lesson plans. Most lessons require computers as a resource or tool for quality Music lessons – from Bach to Rap! Some lessons include rubrics for assessment.

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TES connect – free teaching resources

January 10, 2011

Go to resource: TES Connect collates free teacher-created resources from UK. This link is for Secondary Music resources and links. You will need to sign up to view resources – signing up is free and simple.

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The Arts Assessment Map (Vic)

March 7, 2010

Go to resource: The Arts Assessment Map provides student work samples that are at different levels of achievement.

The site is published by the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority to support implementation of VELS.

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Writing fun music exams in GarageBand


June 3, 2011

wrightstuffmusic.com/2009/06/19/exam-time-in-garageband/

Use GarageBand or other music software to create fun music exams for secondary students. This site provides a free example of a Year 10 Music exam.

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