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WOODGROVE SECONDARY SCHOOLCRAFT & TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENTMUSIC SCHEME OF WORK 2019Subject:Level/Course:General Music ProgrammeGMP MUSIC ASSESSMENT CRITERIA (2012)Secondary Two Express/Normal (Academic)/ Normal (Technical)Prepared by: Ms Jwen LimAims of SOW: To develop an understanding of and an open mind for music of local and global cultures – with an awareness and appreciation of the links betweenmusic and daily living.To foster creativity and critical thinking skills through music arrangement, improvisation and composition.To develop a desire for personal and group expression through music and a life-long learning and love for music.Specific learning Outcomes:By the end of the programme, students should be able to: Discern and understand Music from various cultures and of various genres the social, cultural and historical contexts of music and its relationship toother art forms.Compose, Arrange, and Improvise music with melody and accompaniment.Sing and Play Melodic and Rhythmic Instruments individually and in groups – Ukulele and Keyboard, and be able to perform simple chordprogressions / melody.Acquire knowledge of: Music vocabulary of the elements and expressions of music (Western and Non-Western) A variety of musical styles and genres - Music from local and global culturesNote: The Lower Secondary Music Syllabus is in alignment to the syllabus aims of O-level Music.1

ASSESSMENT CRITERIALevelSec 2EXP/ NA/ NTTerm1234AssessmentUkulele Group Performance TaskKeyboard Test (Individual / 60%60%Group Performance Task (Medley)Songwriting Task: Group Performance TaskSOW OVERVIEWTERMTERM1TERM2WEEKTOPIC1- 2Ukulele ModuleRecap of Ukulele & Basics3-4Ukulele ModuleChords II and songs6 -75-6Ukulele ModuleMusic Arrangement and Improvisation8-97-8Graded Assessment: Ukulele Group Performance ExamTerm 1Week: 9 –10 & Term2: Week 1-2Ukulele & Drumming Module: Group work(a) Songs(b) Recap on Drumming patterns(c) Group Performance Task (Briefing)3–47–8Keyboard Module I:Introduction to the basics of the keyboard / pianoKeyboard Module II:Learning chords on the keyboard and songsGraded Assessment: Keyboard Group Performance Task9 – 10Jam Band and Drumming LessonsTERMTERM 35–6WEEKTOPIC1- 3Group Performance Medley Task4-5Graded Assessment: Group Performance of MedleyTaskSong writing (Part 1)The Basics to composing a song and lyrics creation10TERM 42Song writing (Part 2)Writing the melody and accompaniment for the songSong writing (Part 3)Group rehearsals and compositions1-2Song writing (Part 3)Group rehearsals and compositions3-4Graded Assessment: Song writing GroupPerformance5–6END-OF-YEAR EXAMINATIONS7-8Sec.2 Music Post Exams Programme

SEMESTER 1 : GENERAL MUSIC SECONDARY ORATIONTERM11- 2Ukulele Module:Recap of Ukulele &BasicsSUGGESTED TEACHING STRATEGIES(e.g. ICT/ IBL/COL/SDL)/ MUSICAL SKILLSLEARNING OUTCOMES(i) Students will be able tounderstand the featuresand playing techniques ofthe Ukulele.ContentPpt/videos: UkuleleIntroduction and BasicsUkulele Basics 1 (ii) Students will be able toplay different chords on theUkulele, tune, and handlethe instrument with care.RESOURCES ACTIVITIES/ ASSIGNMENTSWorksheet: Basics to UkuleleWorksheetEach student to have oneukulele and tuner (schoolproperty)Ppt/videos: Ukulele ChordsIIWorksheet: Chords and chordprogressionsRoutines and rules (Handling and keeping ofinstruments) to be reiterated in the second half of thelesson.Brief background of the UkuleleTuning of the Ukulele (4 strings and features)C, Am notes (Single note fingering notes)Basic Strumming pattern 1Transitioning chords (C – Am chord)SkillsListening and performing skills3-4Ukulele Module:Chords II andsongs(i) Students will be able tounderstand the musicalelements of melody andrhythm in the playing ofUkulele.(ii) Students will be able tostrum the Ukulele withstructured patterns andlater apply it to an existingpopular song.ContentUkulele Chords II Chords: C, Am, F, G, Dm chords (Fingering) Transitioning chords Chord Exercise 1 & 2 Strumming Patterns 1 - 2 Song 1: Say Something by a Great Big World andChristina Aguilera Song 2: Let Her Go by Passenger Song 3: See you again by Charlie Puth Song 4: Counting Stars by One Republic Song 5: Riptide by Vance JoyIn groups, students will practice the chord transitions /progressions to the songs above. Group members will taketurns to play the song and sing the melody with lyrics(Teacher to assign roles).SkillsListening and performing skills3Worksheets

SEMESTER 1 : GENERAL MUSIC SECONDARY ORATION5-6Ukulele Module:Music Arrangementand Improvisation(PART 1)LEARNING OUTCOMES(i) Students will be able tounderstand the musicalelements of melody andrhythm in the playing ofUkulele.(ii) Students will be able tostrum the Ukulele withstructured patterns andlater apply it to an existingpopular song.7-8Ukulele Module:Music Arrangementand ImprovisationGROUPPERFORMANCEEXAM(PART )(i) Students will be able tounderstand the musicalelements of melody andrhythm in the playing ofUkulele.(ii) Students will be able tostrum the Ukulele withstructured patterns andlater apply it to an existingpopular song.SUGGESTED TEACHING STRATEGIES(e.g. ICT/ IBL/COL/SDL)/ MUSICAL SKILLSContent / ActivitiesRESOURCESACTIVITIES/ ASSIGNMENTSPpt/videos: Ukulele ChordsIIGroup Performance TaskGuide sheet and arrangementGroup work:WorksheetsIn groups, students will select 2-3 existing songs and arrangea medley / mash-up for the songs using Ukulele, vocals, andpercussion.SkillsListening and performing skillsContent / ActivitiesPpt/videos: Ukulele ChordsIIGroup Performance TaskGuide sheet and arrangementWorksheetsGRADED ASSESSMENTUKULELE GROUPPERFORMANCE TASKEXAM(50 marks)GRADED ASSESSMENTUKULELE GROUP PERFORMANCE TASK EXAM(50 marks)Students will perform and present their works in front of theirclassmates.SkillsListening and performing skills4

SEMESTER 1 : GENERAL MUSIC SECONDARY TWOTERMTERM2WKTerm 1Week: 9 10& Term 2:Week 1 - kulele &Drumming Module:Group work(a) Songs(b) Recap onDrumming patternsLEARNING OUTCOMESStudents will be able toplay songs bydemonstrating ability totransition chords and withthe ukulele and playstrumming patterns.(c) GroupPerformance Task(Briefing)SUGGESTED TEACHING STRATEGIES(e.g. ICT/ IBL/COL/SDL)/ MUSICAL SKILLSContent / ActivitiesStudents recap on what they learnt over the past few weeks(Strumming, transitioning chords) and apply them to thesongs covered in the previous lesson.GRADED ASSESSMENTGroup Performance Task – Practical Test (50 marks)Students are required to:(i) Compose / rearrange a medley of 2-3 songs (Covered ornot covered in class)(ii) Find a transitioning chord bridge to connect songstogether.(iii) Perform the work as a group, with 3 different parts(a) Ukuleles (b) Vocals (c) Drumming.RESOURCESGraded AssessmentUkulelesPerformance Task handoutTask briefing slidesRecord Booklet andworksheetsSkills(i) Listening and Performing skills(ii) Collaborative skillsKeyboard Module I:Introduction to thebasics of thekeyboard / pianoStudents will be able tounderstand the basics toplaying the keyboard (e.g.notes and melody)Content / ActivitiesStudents will learn the basics to the keyboard (taking care ofthe instrument, the features of the keyboard, names of thewhite-key notes on the keyboard)Keyboard Worksheet andscoresRepertoire:1. Ode to Joy2. Happy Birthday5–6Keyboard Module II:Learning chords onthe keyboard andsongsStudents will be able toplay songs bydemonstrating ability totransition chords with thekeyboard.Content / ActivitiesStudents will learn how to play chords on the keyboard (C,G, Am, F chords)Repertoire:1. Faded by Alan Walker5Group Performance Task –Practical Test (50 marks)Worksheet: Songs and chordsEach group should comprise of about 7-8 students.3–4ACTIVITIES/ ASSIGNMENTSKeyboard Worksheet andscores

SEMESTER 1 : GENERAL MUSIC SECONDARY OLLABORATIONKeyboard ModuleIII:Group PerformanceTask – GradedAssessment9 – 10Jam Band andDrumming LessonsLEARNING OUTCOMESSUGGESTED TEACHING STRATEGIES(e.g. ICT/ IBL/COL/SDL)/ MUSICAL SKILLSStudents will be able toplay songs bydemonstrating ability totransition chords and withthe ukulele and playstrumming patterns.GRADED ASSESSMENTGroup Performance Task (50 marks)Students will be able toimprovise music by usingthe Ukulele, Keyboard,vocals, and percussions toplay existing songs (JamBand).Content / ActivitiesStudents will get into groups of 7-8. Each student will begiven a role – Ukulele, Keyboard, Vocals, or percussion.RESOURCESIn groups of 4, students will rehearse and perform Ode toJoy and Faded on the keyboard (covered in class)With the teacher’s facilitation, groups will select any existingsong and improvise the melody, strumming patterns, chords,accompaniment, and rhythms of the song with theinstruments.6Instruments : Ukulele,keyboard, percussion(Cajon / Djembe)ACTIVITIES/ ASSIGNMENTS

SEMESTER 2 : GENERAL MUSIC SECONDARY TWOTERMWK1- 3TERM3TOPIC/KEY QUESTION/INTERDISICPLINARYCOLLABORATIONGroup PerformanceMedley TaskLEARNING OUTCOMESSUGGESTED TEACHING STRATEGIES(e.g. ICT/ IBL/COL/SDL)/ MUSICAL SKILLSStudents will be able tounderstand the musicalelements of melody andrhythm.Content / ActivitiesStudents will be able tostructure and arrangemusic into a mash-up /medley.In groups, students will select 2-3 existing songs and arrangea medley / mash-up for the songs using Ukulele, keyboards,vocals, and percussion.RESOURCESACTIVITIES/ ASSIGNMENTSWorksheets and task sheetsGroup Performance Task Guidesheet and arrangementGroup work:SkillsListening and performing skills4-5Group Performance ofMedley TaskStudents will be able toperform and arrange amedley of existing songsby demonstrating abilityto transition chords andwith the ukulele,keyboards, along withpercussion and vocals.Content / ActivitiesStudents recap on what they learnt over the past few weeks(Strumming, transitioning chords) and apply them to thesongs covered in previous lessons.GRADED ASSESSMENTGroup Performance Task (50 marks)Students are required to:1. Compose / rearrange a medley of 2-3 songs(Covered or not covered in class)2. Find a transitioning chord bridge to connect songstogether.3. Perform the work as a group, with at least 3 differentparts - Ukuleles (b) Vocals (c) Drumming (d)KeyboardEach group should comprise of about 7-8 students.Skills(i) Listening and Performing skills(ii) Collaborative skills7Graded AssessmentInstrumentsPerformance Task handoutGroup Performance Task –Practical Test (50 marks)Worksheet: Songs and chordsTask briefing slidesRecord Booklet andworksheets

SEMESTER 2 : GENERAL MUSIC SECONDARY TWOTERMWK6 -7TOPIC/KEY QUESTION/INTERDISICPLINARYCOLLABORATIONSong writing (Part 1)The Basics to composinga song and lyricscreationSUGGESTED TEACHING STRATEGIES(e.g. ICT/ IBL/COL/SDL)/ MUSICAL SKILLSLEARNING OUTCOMESStudents will be able tounderstand the basictechniques to creating /composing a song.InstrumentsStudents will learn to write lyrics and compose simple melodyon vocals / instruments.2.Song writing (Part 2)Writing the melody andaccompaniment for thesongStudents will be able towrite a simple melodyand accompaniment fortheir song.Content / ActivitiesStudents will learn to use chord progressions foraccompanying instruments, and write a simple melody for theverse and chorus of their song.1.2.3.4.1-2TERM4Song writing (Part 3)Group rehearsals andcompositionsSong writing (Part 3)Group rehearsals andcompositionsN.A.Song writing Task handoutWriting lyrics according to a given theme bybrainstorming words and rhyming ending words.Composing a short melody for the chorus, either bysinging or on the keyboard.In groups of 5 – 6, students will compose a song that consistsof the following:10ACTIVITIES/ ASSIGNMENTSContent / Activities1.8-9RESOURCESInstrumentsGroup Task sheet and guidesheetSong writing Task handoutand worksheetsLyrics for 1 verse and 1 chorusChord progressionsMelodyInstruments – Ukulele / Keyboard / Vocals /PercussionStudents will be able toperform theircomposition on the parts/ instruments they havewritten for.Content / ActivitiesStudents will learn to use chord progressions foraccompanying instruments, and write a simple melody for theverse and chorus of their song.Students will be able toperform theircomposition on the parts/ instruments they havewritten for.Content / ActivitiesStudents will learn to use chord progressions foraccompanying instruments, and write a simple melody for theverse and chorus of their song.With the teacher’s facilitation, groups will work together torehearse their song.With the teacher’s facilitation, groups will work together torehearse their song.8InstrumentsGroup Task sheet and guidesheetSong writing Task handoutand worksheetsInstrumentsSong writing Task handoutand worksheetsGroup Task sheet and guidesheet

SEMESTER 2 : GENERAL MUSIC SECONDARY TWOTERMWK3-45-67-8TOPIC/KEY QUESTION/INTERDISICPLINARYCOLLABORATIONSong writing GroupPerformance (GradedAssessment)SUGGESTED TEACHING STRATEGIES(e.g. ICT/ IBL/COL/SDL)/ MUSICAL SKILLSLEARNING OUTCOMESRESOURCESACTIVITIES/ ASSIGNMENTSStudents will be able toperform theircomposition on the parts/ instruments they havewritten for.GRADED ASSESSMENTSongwriting Group Performance (50 marks)InstrumentsIn their assigned groups, students will perform theircompositions to the class.Song writing Task handoutand econdary 2 Post ExamsMusic ProgrammeStudents will be able toshowcase their createdworks and perform theircompositions /arrangements in front ofan audience.Students will present and perform their work to the school inthe Secondary 2 Music showcase during Craft & TechExhibition.N.A.Secondary 2 Music ShowcaseMusical Skills required: Stage presence Presentation and coordination skills Ensemble Skills.9Group Task sheet and guidesheet

6 -7 Song writing (Part 1) The Basics to composing a song and lyrics creation 8-9 Song writing (Part 2) Writing the melody and accompaniment for the song 10 Song writing (Part 3) Group rehearsals and compositions TERM 4 1-2 Song writing (Part 3) Group rehearsals and compositions 3-4 Graded Assessment: Song writing Group Performance 5 – 6

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