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WESTVALE PRIMARY SCHOOL – MEDIUM TERM PLAN TEACHER: MR. S. MYCROFT TERM: SPRING ONE 2011 AREA: MUSIC - ‘Exploring Arrangements’ CLASS/YEAR GROUP: KEY SKILL: LEVEL 3 DATE  OF  SESSIO N LEARNING  OBJECTIVE PROGRAMME OF  STUDY KEY SKILL TO  BE ACHIEVED ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT WB: 03/01/11 1a  Sing with clear diction,  pitch, phrase and musical  expression. 1b  Play tuned and untuned  instruments with control and  accuracy. 1c  Perform to audiences. I can maintain a  simple part within a  group. I understand the  importance of  pronouncing the  words in a song well. When I sing songs I  show control in my  voice. Discuss what we mean by accompaniment in music (T31) Children think about what accompaniment means in music and recall instruments  that they have heard used as accompanying instruments. Listen to different ways in which instruments accompany a song (T32-37) Children listen to extracts of different songs and identify individual instruments.  They discuss the way groups of instruments accompany a song, and start to  express their own preferences. SUPPORT: if you can, show the class a guitar and piano to help them with a visual   understanding of the instrument. Sing the accompaniment to  How doth the little crocodile  (T31) The class sing this song to complete the exploration of accompaniments. They add  untuned percussion instruments to the finger click pattern throughout. - = + WB: 10/01/11 2a  Improvise, developing  rhythmic and melodic material  when performing. 2b  Explore, choose and  organize musical ideas within  musical structures. I compose and 
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