This course takes students through learning about how to use PA and Recording systems for the 26687 Unit Standard. This standard is worth four credits, contributes to course endorsement and is available for STAR funding for NZ State Schools. This course compliments students' study in performance, composition and music production providing necessary skills and knowledge for anyone wanting to work in the modern music industry in any genre.
The student pdf workbook is divided up into weekly lessons. Each lesson is accompanied by a tutorial video explaining a key concept and a series of revision quizzes.
Teachers are provided with assessment tasks and assessment schedules covering all the necessary aspects of the Unit Standard.
To download a free sample of the first lesson from the PA & Recording Systems Flipped Classroom Level 2 resource please click here.
The content of this workbook is updated and revised from previous Learning Ideas Ltd SOND 1 US 26687 workbooks so if you have previously purchased our Music Technology resources please email email@example.com for a quote on upgrade pricing.
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Flipped Classroom - SOND 1 US 26687
26687 (SOND 1) - Demonstrate and apply knowledge of sound technology for a performance context
- Level: 1
- Credits: 4
- Flipped Classroom learning - students learn all the required info at a pace that suits them.
- Teachers have security knowing this course provides their students with all the information required for completion of this Unit Standard.
- Great for Project Based Learning and compliments the performance and composition Achievement Standards.
This package contains all the information you need to teach all aspects of the Standard along with assessment tasks, guidelines and schedules. All assessment resources meet all NZQA moderation requirements.
More information about this Unit Standard can be found here.
This Unit Standard can contribute towards NCEA Course Endoresment and is available for A/M/E grades.