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Humanities

Developing country – case study - Kenya

 

Locate Kenya on a world map in relation to the UK and other recognised features

 

What is Kenya like?

 

Describe some of the country’s numerous tourist attractions eg. Wildlife, scenery and different environments

 

What is the Maasai way of life?

 

What is urban life like in the Nairobi region?

 

Southcote Step

Learning Outcome

SS8

Pupils can describe what they see

SS8

Pupils know that the country they live in is England

SS9

Pupils are aware that people around the world dress differently

SS9

Pupils are aware that people around the world have different homes

SS9

Can identify one thing they like about a place

SS9

Can identify one thing they dislike about a place

SS9

Pupils can locate England on a map

SS9

Pupils can use a simple atlas to find places

SS9

Pupils are aware of physical geographical features

SS10

Pupils have learnt about/studied 1 country in the Africa

SS10

Can use the appropriate language to describe the weather

SS10

Can use the appropriate language to describe features of the land

SS11

Asks questions like how? Why?

SS11

Pupils can identify some physical geographical features of places

SS11

Pupils can identify some human geographical features of places

SS11

Pupils have learnt what it is like living in one hot place in the world

SS12

Asks questions like how? Why? Where? What?

SS12

Show some knowledge of people studied

SS12

Show some knowledge of events studied

 

Volcanoes, Earthquakes and Tsunamis

 

know features of tectonic events (earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunamis)

 

how tectonic events impact on people and the environment

 

how people respond to tectonic events

 

This unit of work is taught as part of the WJEC KS4 Humanities Pathways Qualification 

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