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Learning for Life

Humanities

Crime and the Local Community

 

 

Identify people who are affected by crime and understand the possible chain of events

 

What different kinds of crime are there?

 

Where are opportunities for crime?

 

Study of the school for areas affected by “crime”

 

What can be done to prevent crime?

 

Southcote Step

Learning Outcome

SS7

Knows the word house or flat

SS7

Knows the word house or flat

SS7

Discusses the information contained in a photo/picture

SS7

Describes what they see in a picture

SS8

Pupils can undertake fieldwork in the school grounds

SS8

Pupils can make a simple tally chart, pictogram or graph of results collected in the field

SS8

Pupils can describe what they see

SS8

Can identify features of the place where they live

SS9

Can identify ways an area has been made safer

SS9

Can identify one thing they like about a place

SS9

Can identify one thing they dislike about a place

SS10

Can identify areas that could be made safer

SS11

Asks questions like how? Why?

SS11

Pupils can explain simple patterns in their data to show some understanding

SS12

Asks questions like how? Why? Where? What?

 

The British Empire – Pride or Shame?

 

Why Was Britain Involved In The Scramble For Africa?

 

Life among the

Zulu’s

 

Why Did Britain Declare War in 1879?

 

Is the Movie Zulu a Fair Interpretation of the Events?

 

Can describe Africa’s contribution to the world

 

 

Southcote Step

Learning Outcome

SS7

Identifies a difference between an old and a new picture of a person

SS7

Relates an experience to an event or story

SS7

Listens to information from others

SS7

Makes statements or phrases in past tense

SS8

Discusses information that can be found in photographs

SS8

Discusses the information in a video

SS8

Uses terms to describe past and present like now/then, today/yesterday, before/after

SS9

Pupils are aware that people around the world dress differently

SS9

Pupils can locate England on a map

SS9

Pupils can use a simple atlas to find places

SS9

Understands the difference between past and present

SS9

Pupils begin to use an historical vocabulary like before, after, long ago, very old, old, new

SS9

Can name a famous historic event.

SS10

Considers aspects of life in homes in the past

SS10

Asks questions to find similarities and differences between past and present

SS10

Uses an historical vocabulary like long ago, then, old, new, next, after, last, began

SS11

Begins to recall some information of a way of life

SS11

Begins to show some knowledge of events studied

SS11

Begins to understand reasons for historical events happening

SS11

Begins to understand that there can be different points of view for historical events

SS11

Begins to discuss their point of view in class debates

SS11

Is able to listen to the arguments of others

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