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G and T descriptors...

Discussion in 'Music' started by LennoxBerkeley, Feb 2, 2012.

  1. LennoxBerkeley

    LennoxBerkeley New commenter

    I'm a little but behind the times and I have no idea what you're talking about. However, two thirds gin usually hits the spot.
  2. pauljoecoe

    pauljoecoe New commenter

    Isn't it something like 10% of students should be classed as G & T. Stupid IMO. Clearly not my idea of G & T.
    I think you will know when you have a G & T student. You shouldn't need criteria. e.g Grade 5 oboeist in Year 7 should do the job.

  3. linber

    linber New commenter

    I have a document from the NC website (I think) that I've had ages, which gives a profile of a talented music pupil and will help you to identify these pupils. I can send you a copy if you send me a message with your address - I don't have a scanner!
    'Talented' musicians are not necessarily those who are proficient on instruments. I teach pupils who have high instrumental grades but who are not classed as 'talented' - they do not take risks nor are they particularly creative in a classroom!
  4. "Never make your tonic dominant"
    Winston Churchill (I think)

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