ABOUT THIS COURSE
Feeling that teaching composition at A level is an elusive skill? How much should we direct what our students do? Do you feel that assessment criteria are shrouded in mystery? Which of the composition briefs will suit your students best?
All these questions, and more, will be tackled in this course, which will look in depth at the different briefs set by AQA, together with examiners’ reports and exemplar work. You will be given strategies for getting students of different abilities started and finished successfully. There will be tips for teaching the Bach chorale brief, and advice on guiding your students on which brief to choose.
This new course is aimed at all teachers of AQA A level in terms of examples, but much of the course would be of benefit to A-Level Music composition teachers of other exam boards.
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
- Gain a new understanding of what AQA are looking for
- Take away ideas for tackling each brief successfully
- Find out how to succeed with Bach chorales
- Explore exemplar work and find out how it was marked
- Extract top advice from examiners’ reports
- Take away starting points for composition
- Learn how to avoid common composing pitfalls
- Learn how to support students with their compositions and see them through to successful completion
||London | Tuesday 7 June 2022
|WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Heads of Music
- Teachers of AQA A level Music
||You can also book this as an In-School Course
- A specially prepared folder of 50+ pages full of detailed notes, practical advice and guidance
- Notes prepared by the educational experts leading the course
- Expert produced PowerPoint presentations
- CPD Certificate of attendance