Edexcel AS and A Level Music Study Guide is a definitive study guide for the AS and A Level syllabuses, written for exams 2017/2018 onwards. This comprehensive guide: - supports all components of the AS and A Level courses: Performing, Composing and Appraising - covers every set work in detail - provides guidance on the full list of composition briefs - includes tests and practice essay questions - Sample pages are available to view here.
Edexcel AS and A Level Music Technology Study Guide is a a definitive study guide for the AS and A Level syllabuses - For exams First teaching 2017 onwards. This comprehensive guide: - Works through each component with step-by-step guides - Offers tips for producing and for composing, as well as for the exam papers - Includes detail on the history of recording technology and on all relevant genres of music - Contains a clear glossary of all the key terms you need to know for your course
This revision guide presents all the key information you will need to know for the written exam (Component 3 – Appraising) of the 2016 AS Level Music specification, first being assessed in 2017. It includes: - The most important facts about each of the AS Level set works - Extensive practice for the main essay question in the exam (Section B, essay 2), including sample answers and - ‘examiner’s points’ - Top tips for preparing for the exam - A guide to the terminology you will need to know, to help you prepare for questions on the set works and ‘unfamiliar’ works
This study guide is designed to support students with the new Edexcel AS and A level Music Technology specifications (from 2017). It contains: comprehensive and easy to follow information on all key topics, advice and guidance on how to approach the assessments and differentiated guidance for the AS and A level qualifications, allowing students to focus on what is important. Components covered: Recording, Technology-based Composition, Listening and Analysing, and Producing and Analysing.
This definitive revision guide is designed to help students to prepare for the Listening and Analysing paper (Component 3) and the Extended Response Question (Component 4) of the Edexcel AS Level Music Technology course – Suitable for exams 2018 onwards. Presented in a clear and approachable format, this guide contains a concise guide to the recording and production techniques you need to know, and an essential overview of the key features associated with each genre of popular music. Included, too, are practice questions and useful tips on producing, model answers with a helpful marking scheme, and a comprehensive glossary of key technical terms; Everything you need to fully prepare for your exam!
A definitive study guide for the 9–1 GCSE syllabus. This comprehensive guide supports all components of the GCSE: Performing, Composing and Appraising. It covers the full list of Set Works and suggested Wider Listening, provides tests and practice exam questions and includes advice and tips on how to do well in the written paper.
The A Level Music Harmony Workbook 1 provides a firm foundation for all students embarking on a study of harmony. Assuming very little prior knowledge, it guides you through topics such as intervals, chord construction, cadences, harmonic progressions, part-writing and figured bass. Activities are provided throughout the book to help you learn and practise the skills you are acquiring. This book is a thoroughly revised edition of the AS Music Harmony Workbook (2008), updated to meet the requirements of the 2016 A Level Music specifications for all exam boards. Follow on with A Level Music Harmony Workbook 2 to learn how to apply your knowledge to a wide range of tasks, including the harmonisation of chorales in the style of J S Bach.
Exam boards: Edexcel, AQA, OCR This workbook builds on the AS Harmony Workbook and is designed to prepare students for the harmony and counterpoint tasks in their A2 Music exams. It explores more advanced techniques and is written to provide a firm foundation for all students embarking on a study of harmony. The chapters include: Chorales Baroque counterpoint String quartet Popular songs for the AQA, OCR and Edexcel specificationsDr Benham begins each topic by carefully introducing any material that was not covered in the AS Music Harmony Workbook. Topics are illustrated with examples from a useful range of musical styles. He then provides step-by-step guidance on the principal tasks required in A2 Music harmony tests. Each is dealt with in a progressive way, starting from short and simple examples and including many tips, clear explanations of technical terminology and carefully-graded exercises for practice. Each chapter covers some of the most widely offered harmony and counterpoint tasks for A2. It’s clearly set out, with step-by-step instructions as to how best to complete the tasks. There is also an Index for quick reference. This workbook is more than just a set of exercises as it also includes helpful tips for the student, and is suitable for both the current and the new A2 syllabus, with first examination in 2010. The A2 Music Harmony Workbook provides an invaluable and up-to-date resource for students working on harmony assignments, and one that is specifically tailored to their study needs. Together with the AS Music Harmony Workbook, this forms a thoroughly revised and expanded version of Hugh Benham’s highly successful earlier book, A Student’s Guide to Harmony and Counterpoint.
The Pearson Edexcel AS/A level Anthology of Music introduces the AS and A level set works to a new generation of musicians and will inspire them to develop their music knowledge, understanding and skills and will help them prepare for their assessment. Published in partnership with Edition Peters and Faber Music, and edited by Julia Winterson, the printed Anthology contains: · printed music scores of all 53 new set works in a single volume · a preface to each score, setting the piece in context, highlighting key themes · listening awareness points and suggestions for wider listening · glossary of key terms used in each set work.
Updated for the 2004 specification, these new Core books are in full colour to ease the transition from GCSE to A Level. Tailor-made for the new specification and written by members of an experienced Senior Examining Team, you can be sure they provide everything students need to succeed.
Advanced supplementary examinations by Chris Duffill,Jonny Martin
This revision guide is designed to prepare you fully for your Edexcel AS Music Technology exam. Written in a clear and concise manner by two experienced examiners, this guide will help you to understand how the exam works, what examiners are looking for and how marks are awarded, so you can fulfil your potential in the exam.
Manage your own revision with step-by-step support from experienced teacher and author Andrew Hammond. Use specific case studies to improve your knowledge of business processes and topics. Apply business terms accurately with the help of definitions and key words. - Plan and pace your revision with the revision planner - Use the expert tips to clarify key points - Avoid making typical mistakes with expert advice - Test yourself with end-of-topic questions and answers and tick off each topic as you complete it - Get exam ready with last minute quick quizzes at www.hoddereducation.co.uk/myrevisionnotes
Perfect for revision, these guides explain the unit requirements, summarise the content and include specimen questions with graded answers. Each full-colour New Edition Student Unit Guide provides ideal preparation for your unit exam: Feel confident you understand the unit: each guide comprehensively covers the unit content and includes topic summaries, knowledge check questions and a reference index Get to grips with the exam requirements: the specific skills on which you will be tested are explored and explained Analyse exam-style questions: graded student responses will help you focus on areas where you can improve your exam technique and performance
Get your best grades with this exam-focused text that will guide you through the content and skills you need to prepare for the exam. Manage your own revision with step-by-step support from experienced examiner Quintin Brewer. Use specific examples to place economic theory in a real-world context. With My Revision Notes: Edexcel A-level Economics, apply economic terms accurately with the help of definitions and key words. - Plan and pace your revision with the revision planner - Use the expert tips to clarify key points - Avoid making typical mistakes with expert advice - Test yourself with end-of-topic questions and answers and tick off each topic as you complete it - Get exam ready with last minute quick quizzes at www.hoddereducation.co.uk/myrevisionnotes
Children's songs, English by Sue Nicholls,Patricia Scott,Sally Hickman
A fantastic new edition of a long-established resource for Early Years practitioners. The new edition incorporates the whole Early Years age range from birth to five and includes old favourites alongside exciting new songs, rhymes and activities.
The Guide has been written primarily for students of AS and A Level English Literature as specified by Edexcel in the post-2015 syllabus (9ET0). It addresses Component 1 (8ET0/01 - Poetry and Drama) of the AS syllabus and Component 3 (9ET0/03 - Poetry) of the A2 syllabus, specifically, the requirement to study a selection of Post-2000 poetry. The Guide covers all the poems in the selection from Poems of the Decade: An Anthology of the Forward Books of Poetry 2002-2011 (ISBN 978-0571281732).The poems are explored individually, and links and connections between them are drawn as appropriate. The format of each exploration is similar:* A summary of the key themes of the poems, with a note on possible connections and links to other poems in the selection* An explanation of any key features of the poem that require additional contextual knowledge or illustration* A brief summary of the metric form, rhyme scheme or other structural features* A "walk-through" (or explication) of the poem, ensuring that what is happening in the poem is understood, how the rhythm and rhyme contribute to meaning, an explanation of the meaning of words which may be unfamiliar, an exploration of imagery and language and a comment on main themes.
Develop and assess your students' knowledge and mathematical skills throughout A Level with worked examples, practical assessment guidance and differentiated end of topic questions with this Edexcel Year 2 student book. - Identifies the level of your students' understanding with diagnostic questions and a summary of prior knowledge at the start of the Year 1 Student Book - Provides support for all 16 required practicals with various activities and questions, along with a 'Practical' chapter covering procedural understanding and key ideas related to measurement - Mathematical skills are integrated throughout with plenty of worked examples, including notes on methods to help explain the strategies for solving each type of problem - Offers plenty of practice with Test Yourself Questions to help students assess their understanding and measure progress - Encourages further reading and study with short passages of extension material - Develops understanding with free online access to Test yourself Answers, an Extended Glossary, Learning Outcomes and Topic Summaries