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These skills include; analysing, evaluating and interpreting evidence/organise, record and present information and ideas/argue persuasively and select appropriate routes to enquiry.
At my previous school I taught Opening Minds which was essentially citizenship, values and RS.
Assessment overview ● The investigation report is internally assessed and externally moderated.
● The student will produce a written report of 3000–4000 words.The geography department prides itself on the wide variety of teaching and learning styles that will engage all students.The key topics studied include: Each unit of work has a teacher assessed Learning Landmark where pupils will be awarded a National Curriculum Level and given targets on how to improve their level in order to reach their personal target.“Would you rather put your life at risk for something you believe in, or live in safety but without a voice?” If you think the booklet and resource will be of any use to you, please feel free to download it by clicking the image below.Pupils are given the opportunity in Year 8 to opt for Geography, and they complete a foundation course for GCSE studying a variety of themes and practicing the skills that will be needed at GCSE.Topics include: GCSE Geography begins in the Summer Term of Year 9.Each time I taught this topic I had to sit at the back of the room with a box of tissues as I always cry!Finally lesson 6 students play would you rather with a series of statements from the ‘Lessons from Africa’ resources before preparing for a class debate to answer the question…Work has included “My Favourite place in a box”; Plan, Prepare, Protect against earthquakes; creature feature; Crime prevention in our community.Pupils are given the freedom to present their work in a wide variety of formats from role play to movie making and modelling, to posters and leaflets.