GCSE (9-1) Music - Pearson qualifications.
Music GCSE is so much more than performance though MTS and, whilst I agree that having GCSE Music isn't the be-all and end-all of music education, a child that has this qual together with graded performance and theory exams is the more rounded musician. UCAS points start at Grade 6 and it's worth 20 points.
CCEA qualifications in Music are available at GCSE and GCE. We also offer GCE Performing Arts, and Level 1 and 2 Performance Skills. Music is a combination of sounds, silence, rhythm, pitch, tone, melody and harmony that communicates emotions and ideas.
A design brief is a written explanation - given to a designer - outlining the aims, objectives and milestones of a design project. A thorough and articulate design brief is a critical part of the design process. It helps develop trust and understanding between the client and designer - and serves as an essential point of reference for both parties.
If a television advert or music video creates the atmosphere that you want your flyer to create, then that is a perfectly reasonable statement to make in a design brief. The more clues you give about your design tastes, the more likely the designer will be able to produce something close to your aims.
How to Write an Essay This book offers a very simple '10 step' guide which teaches you how to structure an essay. It is ideal for both parents and students to read, and offers specific help for GCSE essay writing, A Level essay writing, and university essay writing for students in a variety of subjects including English, History, and Geography.
The course content of our AS specifications is the same as the first year of our corresponding A-level, which means that you can teach a mixed class of AS and A-level students together in year one (Year 12). 3. GCSE, AS AND A-LEVEL MUSIC. Specifications for you and your students.
GCSE Music (for first teaching in September 2016) The following pages provide an overview of the new and accredited GCSE Music qualifications. We have produced an overview to help you choose which awarding organisation’s new specification for GCSE Music will best suit your students and setting.