Face to face training day breakdown for this element of Unit 2: Planning, facilitating and evaluating children and young people's musical learning.

CME learners should read this page and ensure the preparation tasks are complete before attending the face to face training days.

What tasks must learners do prior to attending the course?

Task
(including what the learner will need to bring to the training day)
Which CME assessment criteria will the task generate evidence for?How will the task be used during the training day?
1. Read pages 1-4 of Music in Schools: Promoting Good Practice. Identify three features that you consider to be your current strengths and two areas for your own personal development.2.1.1 (partial)Comparison and adjestment task
2. Bring a lesson plan or example of an activity that has been successful in the context within which you teach. Think through and be prepared to talk to the group about what made it successful.2.1.1 (partial)
2.1.3. (partial)
Progression task. Comparison and adjustment task.
  • Learners are asked to bring a musical instrument to the face to face training day.

What tasks must learners do after attending the course?

Task
(including what the learner will need to bring to the training day)
Which CME assessment criteria will the task generate evidence for?How does the task build on learning from the training day?How will it be assessed?
Watch these two archived Ofsted videos of Music in school:
- Churchfields Junior School
- Cotham School
Write a reflection in your log about how these schools cater for pupils with a range of different learning needs and experiences.
2.1.1Independently using knowledge learned at the course to analyse.Reflective log.
Review the learning objectives for a forthcoming lesson. Consider how well the activities and resources support the planned learning outcome and the needs, interests and prior experience of the pupils.2.1.2Using knowledge to alter existing planning.Lesson plan with marked changes.

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