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Year 9 Pop Performance

Year 9 Music Unit
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Peter Bryant

on 13 October 2016

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Transcript of Year 9 Pop Performance

Pop!
Lesson Objectives
All will be able to:
Recognise the roles of different instruments
in Pop Music

We will strive to:
Play the chords of our chosen Pop Song
Lesson 1
Connection
Demonstration
Consolidation
Activation
Complete the What Went Well?
and Even Better If?
Be specific.
Use musical terms in your notes.

Homework:
Listen to your song so you know the melody.
•Content
Students will Perform a pop song in small groups with vocals, chords and bass.

Process
Listen to and analyse a range of pop music through the decades. Understand the structure of pop songs and the different roles of vocals and instruments in a pop group. Use group protocols to help with effective group working.

Benefits
Group protocols will help with working in groups in music and other subjects. Students will have awareness of how their part contributes to an ensemble. Performance in front of the class will help build confidence and extend comfort zones.
About the unit...
Watch the compilation of 1950s Pop.

The different instruments have different
jobs to do.
Match the words to the instruments:
You will be assessed at the end of this unit on a peformance of one of four songs.

Today,you will start working on the chords in pairs.

Later in the unit, you may work in groups of three or four.
Lesson 2
Connection
Demonstration
Consolidation
Activation
Lesson 3
Connection
Demonstration
Consolidation
Activation
Lesson 5
Connection
Demonstration
Consolidation
Activation
Lesson 6
Connection
Demonstration
Consolidation
Activation
Lesson 4
Connection
Demonstration
Consolidation
Activation
All will be able to:
Describe music from the 1960s and play the chords to our chosen song.

We will strive to:
Demonstrate progress by exploring more complex rhythms.
Watch this clip of the Beatles from the 1960s
What are the different instruments you can see?
Describe the different roles of the instruments.
Complete the What Went Well?
and Even Better If?
Be specific.
Use musical terms in your notes.
Set a real target to help you progress next week.
Watch the clip from a well-known hit fron the 1970s.
Write down five words to describe the bass-line.
Content; To perform a pop song in groups / listen to bass lines.
Benefit; Understand the role of the bass in a pop song.
Process; Listening / rehearsing / group protocols
Complete the What Went Well?
and Even Better If?
Be specific.
Use musical terms in your notes.
Set a real target for next week.
Complete the What Went Well?
and Even Better If?
Be specific.
Use musical terms in your notes.
Set a real target for next week.
Listen to 'In the Air Tonight' by Phil Collins


How many different parts / instruments can you hear?

Put them in order of which part comes in first.
All will be able to:
Describe the roles of different instruments
in a pop group

We will strive to:
Rehearse in groups and perform in time
- Using group protocols.
All will be able to:
Make subtle adjustments to fit your own part
within a group performance. (Level 6)

We will strive to:
Make improvements to our own and others'
work. (Level 6)
1/ Plan who comes in and when.
2/ Listen to the other musicians.
3/ Count!
4/ Make subtle adjustments to your playing.
5/ Repeat until you get it right!
Success Criteria
Reminder
5 minute challenge.
In pairs...
Play the chords and/or bass to 'I need a dollar'
Listen carefully and count to make sure your part is in time.
Complete your progress log.
Be specific.
Use musical terms in your notes.
Set a real target to help you progress next week.
Watch and appraise the performances.
Check your log and worksheet.
Reflect on the unit.
All will be able to:
Prepare for our final group Pop Performance

We will strive to:
Perform with fluency and confidence.
Listen to the recording of
a pupil performance and answer these questions..
The bassline plays the lowest note of the chord.

It helps to define the harmony.

It can play slowly on the beat - or play fast,
syncopated rhythms.
You can now play in larger groups
of up to 4 students.
IF - You all have different roles in the group.

1/ Plan who comes in and when.
2/ Listen to the other musicians.
3/ Count!
4/ Repeat until you get it right!
Rehearse your performances using these 4 rules.. .

Group Protocols...
Group
Protocols
1/ List the instruments you can see / hear
2/ What makes the music so good to dance to?
Melody Rhythm Harmony (chords) Bass Note
Watch the Beatles at the end of the 1960s.

How is the music different?
What about the bands members themselves?
In pairs/groups, rehearse playing the chords to your song and singing the melody at the same time.
Take it in turns to play and sing.
Progress to the next level.


Be ready to perform at the end of the lesson!
Listen to the bassline from
I need a dollar.
How would you describe it?
You can play a bassline on the
keyboard to help provide the
rhythm...
In your pairs - explore different rhythms with both the chords and bassline.
You should be able to play the song all the way through.

Be ready to perform at the end of the lesson
Make your bass line Interesting!!
Jessie J - Price Tag
Aloe Blacc - I Need a Dollar
Ellie Goulding - Your Song
?
Bruno Mars - Just the way you are
In pairs, choose the song you would like to perform.
You need to decide by the end of the lesson and be able to demonstrate the chords of your song.
Let's look at different ways you can
play the chords to add a beat or rhythm
to your song...
3/ The rhythm you feel!

2/ A chord every beat

1/ Play the chord once
Progress playing
your
chords
3/ The rhythm you feel!

2/ A chord every beat

1/ Play the chord once
Progress playing
your
chords
Mini
Review
Mini
Review
3/ The rhythm you feel!

2/ A chord every beat

1/ Play the chord once
Progress playing
your
chords
Mini
Review
Mini
Review
Mini
Revi
Lesson 5
All will be able to:

Make subtle adjustments to fit your own part
within a group performance. (Level 6)

We will strive to:
Make improvements to our own and others'
work. (Level 6)
How do they stay in time?
How does the singer express emotion
with her voice?
Review and Respond...
- Review your worksheet targets

- You will respond with your musical performance....


George Ezra - Budapest
Ellie Goulding - How Long..
Bastille - Pompeii
Taylor Swift - Blank Space
Emeli Sande - Clown
Lady Gaga - Edge of Glory
Scouting For Girls - This Ain't a Love Song
Rihanna - Umbrella
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