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Music planning

Discussion in 'Primary' started by Ktee, Jul 17, 2011.

  1. Ktee

    Ktee New commenter

    As of September, Class Teachers are taking over responsibility for teaching Music to their own class. I have no objections to this and am actually quite looking forward to it but don't know where to start!!! I will be teaching Year 6... has anyone got any pointers/ tips/ ideas?? Would be hugely grateful! x
     
  2. Ktee

    Ktee New commenter

    As of September, Class Teachers are taking over responsibility for teaching Music to their own class. I have no objections to this and am actually quite looking forward to it but don't know where to start!!! I will be teaching Year 6... has anyone got any pointers/ tips/ ideas?? Would be hugely grateful! x
     
  3. I know lots of people hate it but I use Music Express. For people like me, with no musicality whatsoever, it has been a lifeline.
     

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