GCSE OCR Unfamiliar Listening Homeworks
10 ready-to-use homeworks specially designed to boost unfamiliar listening skills for Section A of the OCR GCSE Appraising Music exam.
The questions are concise and well structured for OCR exam methodology
- Links to recordings on Spotify so that students can access these at home
- Questions written using exam command words and in exam style to build confidence
- Self-contained homeworks including score extracts
- Clear tasks which students can complete independently at home
- Key GCSE vocabulary emphasised throughout for continual reinforcement
- Full answers for easy marking
Easy to set [these] for homework
What do teachers say about this resource? (10335)
Very good. Appropriate and wide-ranging extracts that cover the whole area of study. Exam-style questions are in keeping with the style of the exam. Appropriate level for the melodic dictation questions. Good long-answer style questions with detailed mark schemes... Variety of extracts used that cover the whole area of study... It is really difficult to find good melody dictation questions so having more is great. The extracts can also be used as wider listening and for comparison.
Linked well to specification... mirrors the final paper well.
What do teachers say about this resource? (9731)
The questions are concise and well structured for OCR exam methodology... The level of questioning at GCSE standard is well judged - just the right level of difficulty with a nice mixture of easier and more challenging questions... Comprehensive!
Very good... Good range of question types... Question types are typical of ones found in the OCR listening papers which is good... Comprehensive mark schemes... Easy to set these for homework.
What do teachers say about this resource? (9726)
The analysis of the popular music is clear through concise questioning... The questions are concise and well structured for OCR exam methodology... The level of questioning at GCSE standard is well judged - just the right level of difficulty.
Great resource, covering all of the types of question that could come up in the listening exam... Format of the questions was good, variety of extracts, appropriate level of questions... Uses question types found in the listening exam. Uses artists that would be used in the different specified styles.
What do teachers say about this resource? (10163)
Very good. Good variety of questions... Suitable for the rhythms of the world area of study and all the styles incorporated into this. Appropriate vocabulary used. Questions could be used both as homework and within lessons... The extracts are all good examples of the styles. Vocabulary is taken from the specification content and the questions are very typical of those used in previous listening papers.