100 Music Lessons: Planning Guide by David Ashworth
  

100 Music Lessons: Planning Guide

Written by David Ashworth
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Part of the 100 Lessons - New Curriculum Series

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100 Music Lessons: Planning Guide by David Ashworth

Master the 2014 Curriculum with Scholastic's 100 Lessons. The new National Curriculum has landed ... and Scholastic's acclaimed 100 Lessons series is back to help your school prepare. Trusted by teachers for 15 years and selling more than one million copies, 100 Lessons has now been completely rewritten and is fully in line with the 2014 objectives. Our new 100 Lessons and Planning Guides will make planning and teaching the new requirements simple and stress-free. *Understand the new requirements and plan with confidence for all six years *Long- and medium-term planning and progression, ideal for subject coordinators *Get a clear overview with simple week-by-week breakdowns on how to create units of work *Includes a FREE A2 poster that gives an overview of progression and a CD-ROM full of editable planning grids *View sample resources at www.scholastic.co.uk/100lessons Praise for Scholastic's 100 Lessons: With a radically different curriculum just around the corner, I was looking for something that would help ease the burden of increased paperwork. These books answer my prayers! Having access to long and medium term plans, as well as clear advice concerning progression and key concepts has already helped me to plan ahead. The inclusion of digital content that can easily be personalised is a real bonus, and completely welcome. Thank you, Scholastic for a fantastic resource.' Steven Gibson, Hyde Park Junior School, Plymouth

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Format

Mixed media product
Contains 1 Paperback and 1 CD-ROM
64 pages

Author

David Ashworth
More books by David Ashworth

Publisher

Scholastic

Publication date

2nd October 2014

ISBN

9781407140841


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