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Geography Key Stage Three Programme of Study 2012 / 2012 Yr 7

Intro to Geog: 3 Wheres your Place & Space? Guerrilla Geographers and Neo-Geographers 4 Can you be a Guerrilla Geographer for a week? What is Neogeography?
Place and space Plan a route to school Google Earth intro Scale Whole School Focus Key Geog Skills Local GIS Local Fieldwork GIS Numeracy Draw and annotate a field sketch Create and carry out a questionnaire survey Produce charts and graphs with and without ICT Collect primary data on a fieldtrip Present to the class as part of a group Be competent in using Google Earth and GIS Key Assess Mission Explore profile Presentation to SLT Fantastic place research project Mexico Iceland / Svalbard Literacy ICT

Term 1
Sports Field project 5 How can we redevelop the sports field in a way that is realistic, affordable & meets a need?
Collaboration Questionnaire Draw a sketch Make a map Presentation

Term 2
How Earth made Us Deep Earth 1 Fantastic Places 7 What makes a fantastic place?
Earth structure / Crystal cave / Northern Lights & own research

Term 3
Cityscapes 7 What makes a good settlement site? What is settlement function? How can you recognise patterns in cities What will settlements look like in the future?
Settlement site, function and simple urban morphology. Geographical futures including waste disposal, climate change, energy use and sustainability

Extra

Key Questions

Landscapes 9 What are landscapes? How are landscapes represented on maps? How does the landscape affect our daily lives? How do people affect landscapes? What is the typical English landscape? How are coastal landscapes changing over time?
Landscapes Map skills

How Earth made Us Water 1 River landscapes 10 How do rivers work? How do rivers change the shape of the land? Why do rivers flood? How can floods be managed in rich and poor countries? Fieldwork project: How can flooding be prevented in the Westford stream?
River processes, landforms and effect on people

UK Literacy Model Making

Local /Europe / UK Literacy

Local / UK / Bangladesh Fieldwork GIS Numeracy Test a hypothesis by planning and carrying out an investigation Recognize human and physical features at different scales Draw and annotate a field sketch Contribute to an effective discussion

Describe a route using a map Draw a route from home to school Be competent in using Google Earth and GIS

Research a topic independently Extract information from a variety of learning resources Present to the class individually and as part of a group

Recognize human and physical features at different scales Identify location on a map using grid references (4 and 6 fig) Calculate distance and direction using a map scale Know how to use contours and layer colouring to show height Describe features of a photograph Make a model Use evidence to make decisions and draw conclusions Landscape in a box model X-curricular with ICT / music for landscape

Tell a story Describe features of a photograph / annotating key information Identify location on a map using grid references (4 and 6 fig) Explain processes / concepts from an image source Identify similarities and differences between places Be competent in using Google Earth and GIS

Creative writing

Westford Stream Review of Year 7 Tagxedo task

Noel Jenkins 2012

Pirate Geography / Guerrilla Geography 4

Geography Key Stage Three Programme of Study 2012 / 2012 Yr 8


@Wellington 6 What makes Wellington unique?

Term 1
Tonedale Mill enquiry 8 Why did industry come to Wellington? What does the future hold for Tonedale Mill?
Industrial location Urban change Geographical futures

Term 2
How Earth made Us Wind 1 Learn to forecast the weather 10 What is the difference between weather and climate? Why does it rain? How can we forecast the weather? Is our climate changing?
Weather and climate Air pressure Types of rain Interpreting synoptic charts Climate change

Term 3
Where does money come from? 8 How was coal mined? What are Blood Diamonds? What happens to places when primary industry moves on? How does a factory work? Is the Amazon Jungle the future of retail?
Economic activity

Extra

Life in a danger zone 8 Can you manage a volcano disaster? Can you make San Francisco a safer place?
Volcanoes Hazard management Earthquakes and their effects San Francisco hazard planning

Key Questions

What would Wellingtons Facebook profile be like?


Place & space Scale Human and physical characteristics of places

Coasts Tourism Limestone and coral reefs Biogeography

Scale

Local

Local

Local / Regional

Montserrat / USA

UK / Africa

UK / Global

Whole School Focus Key Geog Skills

Literacy

Fieldwork GIS Numeracy Draw and annotate a field sketch Create and carry out a questionnaire survey Produce charts and graphs with and without ICT Collect primary data on a fieldtrip

Numeracy ICT

GIS Numeracy Literacy Draw a cross section Identify places on a digital map Be competent in using Google Earth and GIS Use evidence to make decisions and draw conclusions

Literacy

Literacy

Identify similarities and differences between places Recognize human and physical features at different scales Create and carry out a questionnaire survey Identify location on a map using grid references (4 and 6 fig) Take part in a debate

Recognise human and physical features on a map Compare and contrast different places at different scales Identify places on a digital map Film and edit a video

Be competent in using Google Earth and GIS Make a list of key words Present to the class individually and as part of a group Film and edit a video

Recognize human and physical features at different scales Explain processes / concepts from an image source

Present to the class individually and as part of a group

Key Assess

Wellington Facebook

Fieldwork based enquiry and presentation

Forecast video

2 x DMEs X curricular with DT Shaker maker

Diamond rap / Coal poem

Review of Year 8 Tagxedo task

Noel Jenkins 2012

Landscapes of adventure 5 Mountains,Deserts OR Caves What is the physical geography of...? How do plants and animals survive in..? What is like to live in...? Plan an adventure

Island Geography part 1 4 What makes the perfect wave? What is special about Deans Blue Hole? Why are some islands forbidden? Why are some islands rubbish?

Yr 9

Geography Key Stage Three Programme of Study 2012 / 2012 Term 1


How Earth made Us Fire 1 Giant waves 6 What causes tsunamis and why are they so devastating? What is the difference between short and long term aid?
Tectonics Plate boundaries Earthquakes and tsunamis Aid

Term 2
Who wants to be a Billionaire? 8 Who is a billionaire? Where do billionaires live? How do billionaires become wealthy? Why are there more billionaires in the Middle and Far East? Why are there so few billionaires in Africa? How can we measure the wealth of a country? Are billionaires good for us? Why is Dell an example of a globalised business?
Economic activity Globalisation Development indicators Europe / Middle East / Africa / China / Indonesia / Global Numeracy Literacy

Term 3
Island Geography part 2 5 Why are island ecosystems under threat? Why is the Galapagos such a unique place? What is sustainable tourism?
Island ecology Species diversity and Darwin Sustainable tourism

Extra

How Earth made Us 1 Human Planet Geography of Population 9 Where do people live and why? Why do people move? Why do people in poor countries have more children? Why did China introduce a one-child policy?
Population distribution and density Factors affecting population change Migration Gapminder statistics Demographic Transition

Key Questions

Scale

Japan / Indonesia

Mexico / Global / China

Mauritius / Galapagos

Whole School Focus Key Geog Skills

Literacy

Numeracy Literacy

Literacy

Identify similarities and differences between places Describe features of a photograph / annotating key information Research a topic independently

Describe geographical patterns Draw a mind map / concept web Research a topic independently

Answer questions in full sentences Extract information from a variety of learning resources Draw a mind map / concept web

Use evidence to make decisions and draw conclusions Take part in a debate Make a list of key words

Tell a story Be competent in using Google Earth and GIS

Key Assess

Shelterbox assignment

Migration assignment GCSE q. Concept map X curricular with Maths Gap Minder stats

Aegis Dell activity Trading trainers

Review of Year 9 Tagxedo task

Essential documents: Current curriculum (2007) GA proposals to DofE 2011 (update expected soon) GA on core knowledge read this first, then the interactive presentation needs the Silverlight plugin KS3 resources from the Action Plan

Noel Jenkins 2012

Coasts GCSE unit?