Why not introduce music and sound into your science teaching? You can use Minute of Listening to have fun hearing the sounds of animals in their habitats and discover the sounds different materials make!
In this section, we have presented the Minute of Listening content in categories that relate to the KS1 and KS2 programmes of study in the science curriculum. Each category includes a selection of related minutes and some additional questions for you to discuss with your class.
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Why not introduce music and sound into your science teaching? You can use Minute of Listening to have fun hearing the sounds…
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Give us your feedback“Onze school is heel multicultureel. De luisterervaringen hebben ons geholpen om de wereld in zijn geheel te vieren.”
Give us your feedback“The children and I really like it. It has produced good opportunities for assessment of Speaking & Listening skills, awareness of changes in sound and being able to express likes and dislikes.”Primary Teacher, Primary Teacher
Give us your feedback“I can see how Minute of Listening can be used in other ways; it can be used in lesson support because the sounds are so varied, so if you were doing a geography topic or a particular book in literacy, you might be able to have a sound that links with that. It's a way of firing their imaginations”Alex Richardson, Science Co-ordinator
Bude Park Primary School, Hull
Give us your feedback“I use Minute of Listening as a starter to my music lessons because listening and appraising is a huge part of the national curriculum for music. It fits perfectly and enables the children to actively listen, to talk about what they're hearing, to use the vocabulary associated with the music. They really enjoy it and it exposes them to a whole range of music that we wouldn't otherwise expose them to. ”Natalie Morris, Year 3 teacher
Bricknell Primary School, Hull