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Subtitle: Complete music scheme for primary class teachers (2nd edition)
Series: Music Express
Publisher: A&C Black
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Unit 1: Ourselves The children explore ways of using their voices expressively. They develop skills of singing while performing actions, and create an expressive story. Unit 2: Number The children develop a sense of steady beat through using movement, body percussion and instruments. Unit 3: Animals The children develop an understanding of pitch through using movement, voices and instruments. They identify contrasts of high and low pitches, and create animal chant sounds and sequences. Unit 4: Weather The children use voices, movement and instruments to explore different ways that music can be used to describe the weather. Unit 5: Machines The children explore beat through movement, body percussion and instruments. They combine steady beat with word rhythms and explore changes in tempo. Unit 6: Seasons The children develop further their vocabulary and understanding of pitch movements, exploring pitch through singing, tuned percussion and listening games. Unit 7: Our School The children explore sounds found in their school environment. They investigate ways to produce and record sounds, using IT to stimulate musical ideas related to geography. Unit 8: Pattern The children develop an understanding of metre – groups of steady beat – through counting, body percussion and reading scores. Unit 9: Storytime The children learn how music can be used to tell a story. They identify contrasts of fast and slow, loud and quiet, leading to a performance. Unit 10: Our Bodies The children respond with their bodies to steady beat and rhythm in music. They experience combining rhythm patterns with steady beat, using body percussion. Unit 11: Travel The children develop their performance skills and learn songs about travel and transport from around the world. Unit 12: Water The children use voices, movement and instruments to explore changes of pitch. They develop a performance with different vocal pitch shapes and tuned percussion.