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Learning for Life

Humanities

Settlements

 

Identify where towns are found, and begin to understand what different settlements do

 

Understand, why early sites were chosen for settlements

 

Identify the changes that take place in a settlement over time

 

Southcote Step

Learning Outcome

SS7

Discusses the information contained in a photo/picture

SS7

Shows an awareness of a place or habitat i.e. acorns near trees

SS7

Identify pictures of places that are different to their own area i.e. a desert

SS8

Knows the meaning of the following geographical words: home, house, buildings, school, factory and offices

 

SS8

Can identify features of the place where they live

 

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 locate England and identify its capital city

 

SS9

Pupils can name some local places

SS10

Can use the appropriate language to describe features of the land

 

SS11

Identifies key human features: city, town, village, factory, farm, house, office, shop

 

 

Medieval England

 

Identify the key features of a Medieval castle

 

Explain whether you think that Medieval Law & Order was fair

 

To describe the symptoms & causes of the Black Death

   

To explain why the Black Death spread so rapidly

 

Southcote Step

Learning Outcome

SS7

Relates an experience to an event or story

SS7

Sorts objects by a given criteria i.e. old and new

SS7

Compares an old and new building

SS7

Listens to information from others

SS7

With support answers questions about an experience

SS8

Identifies objects as being from the past or present `

SS8

Identifies personal experiences from the past or present

SS8

Answers simple questions about

SS8

Retell some details of an historical

SS9

Understands the difference between past and present

SS9

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

SS9

Can name a famous historic event.

SS9

Can name a famous historic person

SS9

Can name a famous historic place.

SS10

Recognises that things change over time

SS10

Relates an artefact to a modern object

SS10

Considers aspects of life in homes in

SS10

Asks questions to find similarities between past and present

SS10

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

SS11

Begins to recall some information of a way of life

SS11

Begins to show some knowledge of people studied

SS11

Begins to show some knowledge of events

SS11

Describes an artefact in some detail

SS11

Begins to understand reasons for historical events happening

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