Spotlight on Music - Primary

Still from Fantasia (Sorcerers Apprentice)
Still from Fantasia (Sorcerers Apprentice)

Ages

5–11

Duration

Medium (5-11 activities)

Nation

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales

Related calendar events

Music Day
21 June

This resource contains a range of activity ideas and tools to support pupils to work with film soundtracks, as stimulus for discussion, text analysis, written work and composition. The resource includes sound haiku, story mountain, sentence builders and music glossary templates to develop pupil's literacy skills through music and sounds.

Watch Into Film's interactive Foley sound effects video, which is perfect as an introduction to this topic, here

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Spotlight on Music - Primary presentation

Film clips, stills and stimulus questions to work with film soundtracks.

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Spotlight on Music - Primary teachers' notes

Guidance notes to lead activities to work with film soundtracks.

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Cerddoriaeth ar Ffilm (Cynradd)

Canllaw i ddefnyddio gweithgareddau gyda thraciau sain ffilm

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Cerddoriaeth ar Ffilm Cynradd

Clipiau ffilm, lluniau llonydd a chwestiynau i'w trafod gyda thraciau sain

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This Resource Supports

  • Design and Technology
  • Digital
  • Information Computing Technology
  • Literacy
  • Music

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