Music

11MUSS1/11MUSS2

Course details

  • Further study Music Experience Programs
    Music Advanced Programs

About the subject

Through the study of music students have the opportunity to engage in musical activities such as performing, composing, arranging, researching, and developing and applying music technologies. Students benefit from the opportunity to develop their practical and creative potential, oral and written skills, and their capacity to make informed interpretative and aesthetic judgments. 

Study and participation in music draws together students’ cognitive, affective, and psychomotor skills, strengthening their ability to manage work and learning, and to communicate effectively and sensitively.

Course Content

Students will learn

  • Composing, Arranging, Transcribing, Improvising
  • Performing
  • Music Technology
  • Music in Contexts
  • Developing Theory and Aural Skills

Assessment

Assessment at Stage 1 is school based. Students demonstrate evidence of their learning through the following assessment types:

  • Skills Presentation
  • Skills Development
  • Folio.
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