Competence aims and assessmentMusic (MUS01‑02)

Connections

Explanation

Competence aims after Year 10

  • perform a varied repertoire of music, singing and other vocal expressions and dance
  • reflect
    on how musical traditions, including Sami traditions, are preserved and renewed
  • collaborate
    with others on planning and carrying out rehearsal processes, with self-chosen singing, other vocal expressions, playing instruments or dancing, and present the result in a group or individually
  • create and programme musical sequences by experimenting with sound from different sources
  • explore
    and present musical perceptions and experiences, and
    reflect
    on the use of musical techniques
  • listen to and experiment with different expressions and give grounds for choices in creative processes from idea to finished result
  • use
    ear and notation techniques as support in creative work
  • use
    subject-related terms in creative work and in reflection on processes and results
  • explore
    and
    reflect
    on how music, singing and dance as aesthetic expressions are influenced by and are expressions of historical and social circumstances, and create musical expressions that address contemporary challenges
  • explore
    and
    discuss
    the importance of music and dance in society and ethical issues relating to musical utterances and music cultures

Formative assessment

Assessment of coursework