In preparation for your future technology-based composition. I would like you to complete the following three tasks. These short compositions will get you thinking about how to compose with music technology at the heart of the ideas. Task 1: Composition …
Based on a discussion with my students, it’s become apparent that they are aware of the four components for the A Level Music Technology course but very few of them know or can identify the elements/areas of study that construct them.
To better support the students, this year, I will be giving them a copy of the three areas of study. The mission is to get them to check off the specific topics as they feel they have built up enough knowledge and understanding. I think that this would greatly benefit the year 13s become more organised and proactive with their studies.
Results day is here, and Firstly, I think it’s important we praise yourselves for all of your hard work and effort we’ve put into getting our students through their A-Level qualifications this year. Well done, everyone!
Every year it’s a mixed bag of grades ranging from expected to unexpected and I’m pretty sure this year is no different. On the following page, I’ve attached the A-Level and AS Music Technology grade boundaries to help you analyse how well each of your students did and how far into each grade boundary they are. This is a useful place to start if they are considering appealing their grade.
I’ve got some good news for all you guys interested in a full course demonstrating how to use Google Classroom for A Level Music Technology assessment and reporting. Starting next week, we will be building the first of two courses to get you up ran running with this fantastic platform.
In this video broadcast, we set out our aims and goals for this project, focusing on the five pillars of assessment – Data, Progress, Reporting, Analysis and Consistency.
Are you interested in a course that demonstrates how to use Google Classroom in context with A Level Music Technology?
For the past two years, I’ve been exploring Google Classrooms to facilitate all of my student assessment, reporting and recording of data and have found it fast and efficient. But to be fair, there are a few workflow issues that you need to get your head around to truly understand how this software can fulfil all areas of this process.
This year we will be providing resources for A Level Music Technology students retaking their unit 1 portfolio 1 tasks. This is part of the old 2008 specification.
Below are all the grade boundaries for the A Level GCE Music technology (08 specification) course for June 2018. Unit 1: Portfolio 1 (Tasks 1A, 1B, 1C and Logbook)(Raw mark 140, UMS Mark 140) A = 112 (UMS = 112) …
EDEXCEL GCE MUSIC TECHNOLOGY UNIT 2 LISTENING AND ANALYSING 6MT02 Recommended listening for Special Focus styles June 2018 Examination The following list gives the names of some artists whose work exemplifies the Special Focus for 2018. Extracts for Section A, Listening, …