• exploring the basic features of their own and others’ music, through guided learning experiences to identifying the main elements, what features they like best
  • demonstrating acceptable audience behaviour when in the classroom and when attending school functions, for example watching for extended period of time and responding to performance and clapping at the conclusion
  • listening to and identifying simple musical patterns and changes to rhythm and tempo in music
  • contributing to classroom conversation about aspects of music have made or experienced
  • identifying where they might experience music in their lives and communities, for example, considering how music sustains and communicates a sense of identity and community
  • participating in discussion on social and cultural elements of music, for example Where is this music from? Why was it made? What is it about?
  • describing music using their own words and learnt music terminology, for example loud, soft, happy, sad
  • listening to and talking about music and musical instruments from different contexts and cultures