Other information Equality and inclusion Cambridge International Examinations has taken great care in the preparation of this syllabus and assessment materials to avoid bias of any kind. Overall Descriptors Marks Performances which are consistently excellent in musicianship and control of technique, 43—50 communicating a very high level of musical understanding of the music in programmes made up of pieces demanding the most highly developed skills expected at this level. Samples database The samples database explains everything you need to know about administering coursework, speaking test and examined coursework components. Reasonable use of resources; a fair range of workable textures, with some consideration of 4—6 detail, but with notable impracticalities in balance or occasional passages of awkward writing. Teachers must certify that the compositions are the individual work of the candidate who claims authorship. Candidates must not submit someone else’s work as their own or use material produced by someone else without citing and referencing it properly. It is essential that candidates hear their compositions in performance, even if it cannot be done with the exact forces intended.
They are created by subject experts, are rooted in academic rigour, and provide a strong platform for progression. Resources suit a variety of teaching methods in different international contexts. Set Work The following information has been added: Overall Descriptors Mark Equates to total mark in range Musical and imaginative compositions that display a high level of creative ability 43—50 85— and a keen sense of aural perception. Enquiry about results guide International Follow our guidance if you are submitting enquiries about results.
Assessment at a glance Each composition is assessed out of a maximum of 50 marks, a maximum of 10 marks being awarded for each criterion. Overall Descriptors Mark Equates to total mark in range Musical and imaginative compositions that display a high level of creative ability 43—50 85— and a keen sense of aural perception. The changes are as follows: Coursework identification labels – Teacher Assessment – Label 3 We send these labels in your pre-exam despatch.
Overall Descriptors Marks Performances which are consistently excellent in musicianship and control of technique, 43—50 communicating a very high level of musical understanding of the music in programmes made up of pieces demanding the most highly developed skills expected at this level. For their chosen work, candidates will hear two extracts played twice.
All questions in Sections A, B and C are compulsory and will require either short answers or will be in a multiple-choice format. Coursework address labels – Teacher Assessment – Label 2. Preparation — Form 3 To order modified papers for candidates who cannot access the standard versions of the exam question papers and require modified language or modified print. If you work in a UK centre, for some coursework components, we choose the candidates whose work you need to include in your sample.
It is essential that Centres download this document from the Cambridge website, as it contains details of the vocabulary, speciic instruments and other contextual information that candidates may be asked about in the examination.
Additional information for regulated syllabuses Spiritual, moral, ethical, social, legislative, economic and cultural issues This syllabus enables candidates to extend their understanding of the diversity of musical traditions.
Some evidence cis awkwardness in the use of resources, and keeping to very simple textures 1—3 and narrow registers, with restricted use of textural variety. Return of moderated coursework: Teacher Assessment — Form 3 only available on CIE Direct To apply for special consideration for candidates who have unintentionally lost or damaged coursework. In music which is not notated, have candidates given due consideration to issues such as the need for dynamic variety?
Phase 3 – Teacher assessment
If you do not want us to return the work you have sent us, you do not need to do anything. Through subject discussion forums and training, teachers can access the expert advice they need for teaching our qualiications. Submktting who are unable to access the assessment of any component may be eligible to receive an award based on the parts of the assessment they have taken.
Where the component entry code has two digits, the irst digit is the component number given in the syllabus. Sustainable development, health and safety considerations and international developments This syllabus offers opportunities to study a wide range of music from both European and World traditions; candidates perform and compose in styles appropriate to their instruments and areas of interest. Recognition Cambridge IGCSE is recognised by leading universities and employers worldwide, and is an international passport to progression and success.
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Phase 3 – Teacher assessment
Examples of such components include: Less successful harmonisation; some attempt to use techniques to develop or extend ideas, 1—3 but revealing only a limited aural imagination across a relatively narrow range of techniques. Damaged or Opened Question Paper Packet: How sensitive is their phrasing? Teacher Assessment – Form 7 To let us know that you have sent your samples for moderation. These changes are indicated by double black vertical lines either side of the text.
A skeleton score of the extracts will be provided in the question paper. You much attach them to the outer packaging containing your packets of scripts.
To what extent are they able to bring the music to life in their performances? Compositions that display some elements of musical understanding and submitfing 19—26 37—52 degree of aural perception, but are uneven in quality in several assessment areas.
Packing and despatching samples transcript. In the examination, candidates will be tested on a range of knowledge and understanding of their chosen work. Set Works for examination in