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Humanities

Introduction to Geography

Atlas Work

 

Using an atlas

 

Identify the main continents of the world, by using a map

 

To identify the main oceans of the world, by using a map

 

What are lines of latitude and Longitude ?

Southcote Step

Learning Outcome

SS7

Knows the word shop or church

SS7

Knows the word garage

SS7

Knows the word house or flat

SS7

Knows the word park

SS7

Discusses the information contained in a photo/picture

SS7

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

SS7

Describes what they see in a picture

SS8

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

SS8

Pupils can use the terms north, east, south and west correctly

SS8

Can identify sea, land and water features on a map and on a globe

SS8

Pupils know that the country they live in is England

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

SS9

Pupils can use a simple atlas to find places

SS9

Pupils are aware of physical geographical features

SS9

Pupils are aware of human geographical features

SS9

Can name and locate the world's continents

SS9

Can name and locate the world's oceans

SS9

Knows that an island is surrounded by water

SS10

Pupils can measure distances on maps by using the scale

SS10

Pupils can name, locate and identify characteristics of the 4 countries and capitals of the UK

 

Map Work

 

What should every map and plan have?

 

The best way to show direction is to use the points of a compass

 

Recognition of the different map symbols and how they are used

Southcote Step

Learning Outcome

SS7

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

SS7

Pupils can undertake fieldwork in the school grounds

SS7

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

SS7

Pupils can describe what they see

SS7

Pupils can use the terms north, east, south and west correctly

SS8

Can identify features of the place where they live

SS8

Can discuss information that can be found in photographs

SS8

Pupils can use the terms north, east, south and west correctly

SS10

Can draw a plan or diagram of the classroom

SS10

Pupils can use an atlas to find places

SS10

Pupils develop a simple understanding of the evidence they have collected in the field

SS10

Pupils can measure distances on maps by using the scale

SS10

Pupils can use a key on a map to understand a range of symbols

SS10

Pupils can use the 8 points of a compass to follow directions around the classroom and school

SS10

Pupils can use simple coordinates to locate places on maps

SS10

Knows where they live: house number, street and town

SS10

Pupils can name, locate and identify characteristics of the 4 countries and capitals of the UK

SS12

Asks questions like how? Why? Where? What?

SS12

Can use 4 figure grid references on a map `

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