Presentation on theme: " Develop creativity and nurture aesthetic sensitivity Further develop their musical competence Construct knowledge and understanding of diverse music."— Presentation transcript:
Develop creativity and nurture aesthetic sensitivity Further develop their musical competence Construct knowledge and understanding of diverse music cultures Develop critical responses to music, and communicate effectively through music
Build a foundation for pursuing further studies in music and preparing for careers in music and related areas Cultivate a lifelong interest in music and develop positive values and attitudes towards music Equip for studying Music at tertiary level
Module 1 : Listening Module 2 : Performing I Module 3 : Creating I The three compulsory modules are designed to develop students’ creativity, critical response and musical competence.
Module 4 : Special Project Module 5 : Performing II Module 6 : Creating II The three elective modules allow students to specialize in an area in which they have particular interest and strengths.
Develop critical listening skills, and understand how musical elements are used in compositional devices. Identify and respond critically to the music genres and styles of different cultures and periods, and express understanding and personal views on the music. Analyze the artistic qualities of diverse music genres and styles in relation to their historical and cultural contexts.
Perform music accurately and fluently with appropriate control over technique and expression. Perform different types of music using appropriate styles to demonstrate the ability to interpret music and the development of aesthetic sensitivity. Discuss, explain and defend a personal interpretation of the music being performed.
Create and develop music ideas employing appropriate compositional devices. Arrange existing music to demonstrate creativity and musical understanding of the original piece. Discuss and explain the use of music elements in compositional devices of their compositions.
Listen to and study musical works from the following periods and genres: music in the Western classical tradition from the Baroque period to the 20th Century, Chinese instrumental music, Cantonese operatic music, and local and Western popular music. Describe and discuss music in relation to its historical and cultural contexts. Create music compositions of different styles which display a structural design. Arrange musical pieces Perform musical pieces individually and in ensemble setting.
Formative Assessment: Give feedback to students on their singing/instrument playing instantly and constantly Portfolios for listening assignments, music compositions, theory exercises, and music analysis assignments Summative Assessment: Practical examination Listening exam Music composition
A mark will be given to students at the end of the year Students will receive their portfolios of music compositions and listening worksheets with comments/marks Comments and marks will be given to concert reports and project presentation Instant feedback
Paper 1 Listening (60%): Music in the Western classical tradition(40%) Chinese instrumental music (20%) Paper 2 Performing (20%): Individual Recital (12%) Viva Voce (2%) Ensemble (4%) Sing at sight (2%)
Paper 3 Creating (10%): Music composition (6%) Music arrangement (4%) Quizzes (10%)
Encourage your children to participate in different types of music activities Bring them to concerts Listen to different genres of music with your children Understand their frustrations and their needs Give positive comments Be their audience Thank You