Knowledge of the musical elements of duration, pitch, tempo and timbre as experienced in singing and performance using pitched and un-pitched percussion instruments.
Listening and Appraising
Listen with concentration and understanding to a range of high-quality live and recorded music (Y2a)
Planning and Composing
Used tuned and untuned classroom percussion to compose and improvise (Y2l)
Performing and improvisation
Improvise a simple rhythm using different instruments including the voice (Y2c)
Use their voice expressively and creatively by singing songs and speaking chants and rhymes with growing confidence (Y2h)
Sing a song in two parts (Y2j)
Use tuned and untuned classroom percussion to play accompaniments and tunes (Y2k)
Discussion, history, feelings and emotions
Begin to describe a piece of music using a developing understanding of the interrelated musical dimension (Y2g)
Dimensions and Structure
Build an understanding of the pulse and internalise it when listening to a piece of music (Y2b)
Understand that timbre describes the character or quality of a sound (Y2d)
Understand that texture describes the layers within music (Y2e)
Understand that structure describes how different sections of music are ordered (Y2f)
Develop an understanding of melody, the words and their importance in the music being listened to (Y2i)
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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