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CURRICULUM & PROFESSIONAL LEARNING

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Audience behaviour (being an attentive listener) during performances Different places and occasions where music is experienced

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Audience behaviour (being quiet during a performance; clapping after a performance) Types of music and where it is performed Personal responses expressing ideas and feelings about the music they listen to and make

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Audience behaviour (responding to different roles and the expectation of the audience) according to the purpose and cultural context of performance

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Personal responses to music they listen to and make

Reasons why people make music Personal responses using the elements of music to make connections; identifying how they are used to communicate mood and meaning in music they listen to or make Responses to, and respect for, the music of others as performers and audience members Responses that involve identifying specific elements of music and how they communicate mood and meaning, using music terminology Responses to, and respect for, the music of others as performers and audience members

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Reasons why and how people make music across different cultures and times

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Reasons why people make music across different cultures and times

Responses that involve identifying and explaining how the use of music elements are used to convey meaning and purpose, using music terminology Role of music from different times and places Responses that identify and describe how the elements of music work together to convey meaning and purpose, using music terminology Factors that influence musical styles in particular cultures, times and contexts Responses that identify and explain how the use and combination of the elements of music define a particular style or context, using relevant music terminology

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PROFESSIONAL LEARNING

EDUCATION WEEK+ CONDUCTOR MASTERCLASS – BENJAMIN NORTHEY

EDUCATOR OPEN REHEARSAL – SIMONE YOUNG WITH WASO

WEDNESDAY 21 JUNE 6.30PM

TUESDAY 1 AUGUST 6.30PM

Churchlands Concert Hall

Perth Concert Hall

Education ensemble directors are invited to take the podium alongside one of Australia’s best known conductors, working with one of WA’s finest school ensembles. Event includes a panel discussion covering technique, repertoire and ensemble development.

An exclusive behind-the-scenes opportunity for Education ensemble directors to observe one of Australia’s greatest conductors rehearse a program celebrating an exceptional 20-year partnership.

Supported by ABODA (WA) Inc. and Churchlands Concert Hall

Full details for both available 1 December 2016 at waso.com.au/education

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OPEN REHEARSALS

MORNING SYMPHONY

Links to other syllabus areas including Arts Learning Area subjects will be identified in supporting resources provided with bookings.

PAUL RISSMANN – THE BEAT OF YOUR FEET

Literacy Numeracy Critical and creative thinking Personal and social capabilities Intercultural understanding

PAUL RISSMANN – SIR SCALLYWAG AND THE GOLDEN UNDERPANTS

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WASO ON THE ROAD

ECHO KIDS’ CUSHION CONCERTS

Programs also support the development of aural skills by exploring the elements of music as part of the Making Strand (Skills) and General Capabilities of:

ECHO IN SCHOOLS

WASO Education Programs particularly support access to and achievement in the Responding Strand across the P- Year 6 Music Syllabus as part of the P-10 Western Australian Curriculum.

AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM CONTEXT

PRIMARY PROGRAMS P-6

Education & Community Engagement 2017 Brochure