Listening and Appraising
Listen to music with sustained concentration (Y1a)
Find the pulse whilst listening to music using movement (Y1b)
Recognise different instruments (Y1d)
Listen to, copy and repeat a simple rhythm or melody (Y1g)
Performing and Improvisation
Learn and perform chants, rhythms, raps and songs (Y1k)
Learn to follow the conductor or band leader (Y1l)
Sings songs musically and understands how to warm up and project their voice whilst demonstrating good practise (Y1m)
Musical Language/Reading and Writing of Music
Use the correct musical language to describe a piece of music (Y1c)
Discussion, History, Feelings and Emotions
Discuss feelings and emotions linked to music (Y1e)
Dimensions and Structure
Begin to understand that rhythm is a mixture of long and short sounds that happen over a pulse (Y1f)
Understand that pitch describes how high or low sounds are (Y1h)
Understand that tempo describes how fast or slow the music is (Y1i)
Understand that dynamics describe how loud or quiet the music is (Y1j)
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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