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  • 1.
    • 1.2 Cultural understanding
    • Exploring how ideas, experiences and emotions are conveyed in a range of music from different times and cultures.
    • 1.3 Critical understanding
    • Engaging with and analysing music , developing views and justifying opinions.
    • Drawing on experience of a wide range of musical contexts and styles to inform judgements.
    • 1.4 Creativity
    • Using existing musical knowledge, skills and understanding for new purposes and in new contexts.
    • Exploring ways music can be combined with other art forms and other subject disciplines .
    Music PoS Languages PoS
    • 1.3 Creativity
    • Using familiar language for new purposes and in new contexts.
    • Using imagination to express thoughts, ideas, experiences and feelings. 1.4 Intercultural understanding
    • Appreciating the richness and diversity of other cultures .
    Key Concepts Key Concepts
  • 2.
    • Curriculum opportunities Music
    • develop individual performance skills , both vocal and instrumental
    • develop listening skills in practical activities, including composing and performing
    • develop creative and compositional skills , including songwriting, arranging and improvising
    • work individually , in musical groups of different sizes and as a class
    • make links between music and other subjects and areas of the curriculum.
    • Curriculum opportunities Languages
    • hear, speak, read and write in the target language regularly and frequently within the classroom
    • communicate in the target language individually, in pairs and in groups for a variety of purposes
    • use an increasing range of more complex language
    • listen to , read or view a range of materials, including authentic materials in the target language , both to support learning and for personal interest and enjoyment
    • use the target language in connection with topics and issues that are engaging and may be related to other areas of the curriculum.
  • 3.
    • Range and content Music
    • performance activities in a range of contexts within and beyond the classroom
    • a range of live and recorded music from different times and cultures
    • a range of classical and popular traditions and current trends in music that reflect cultural diversity and a global dimension
    • Range and content Languages
    • the interrelationship between sounds and writing in the target language
    • a range of vocabulary and structures
    • learning about different countries and cultures
  • 4.
    • Key processes Music
    • 2.1 Performing, composing and listening
    • Pupils should be able to:
    • sing in solo or group contexts
    • perform with control of instrument
    • practise, rehearse and perform
    • create, develop and extend musical ideas by selecting and combining resources within musical structures, styles, genres and traditions
    • listen with discrimination and internalise and recall sounds
    • identify the expressive use of musical elements, devices, tonalities and structures.
    • Key processes Languages
    • 2.1 Developing language-learning strategies
    • Pupils should be able to:
    • identify patterns in the target language
    • develop techniques for memorising words, phrases and spellings
    • use previous knowledge, context and other clues to work out the meaning of what they hear or read
    • use reference materials such as dictionaries appropriately and effectively.
  • 5.
    • Key processes Music
    • 2.2 Reviewing and evaluating
    • Pupils should be able to:
    • analyse, review, evaluate and compare pieces of music
    • identify conventions and contextual influences in music of different styles, genres and traditions
    • communicate ideas and feelings about music, using expressive language and musical vocabulary to justify their opinions
    • adapt their own musical ideas and refine and improve their own and others’ work.
    • Key processes Languages
    • 2.2 Developing language skills
    • Pupils should be able to:
    • listen for gist or detail
    • skim and scan written texts for the main points or details
    • use correct pronunciation and intonation
    • adapt language they already know in new contexts for different purposes
    • deal with unfamiliar language , unexpected responses and unpredictable situations.