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Documents Flashcards Grammar checker. Science Earth Science Geography Geoactive 1 advertisement. The nature of geography edtion. Geographical Research 4G2 Global Environments 4. Polar lands 4G3 Global Change 9. The changing nature of the world An unequal geoactivee Global geographical issues The seconnd does not include time allocation for each focus area as it depends on student’s prior knowledge from HISE K-6 Model 1: As seond schools do not allocate Focus Areas to specific years and study Geography in semesters or all Geography in one year eg.
Students achieve this as they develop geographic knowledge, understanding, skills, values and attitudes and engage in the community as informed and active citizens.
Information and communication technology provides an avenue for students to undertake virtual fieldwork activities. The geoacttive of ICT with geographical tools will assist students to gather, analyse and communicate geographical seconf in appropriate formats. Geoactives 1 addresses all the mandatory outcomes A student: A variety of assessment techniques have been used including: This program selects instruments based on the principles of effective assessment and the purpose of assessment for which the measured and gathered information will be used.
It is assessment that gives students opportunities to produce the work that leads to development of their knowledge, understanding and skills. It also reflects a belief that all students can improve and provides feedback that helps students understand the next steps in learning. The nature of geography Geographical Research 4G2 Global Environments Polar lands 4G3 Global Change Pretest secondd students before you start your lessons to avoid overlap of content Syllabus outcomes Suggested ICT Resources A student p2: Page 10 The use of the Internet is a source of information for research, extension activities, students with learning problems, geographical tools, digital images, group work, independent learning as well a providing a variety of perspectives.
John Wiley and Sons Australia Ltd, NSW Board of Studies http: What are the physical processes? How does the physical environment affect humans? How do humans affect the physical environment?
What geoaftive the main environmental issues facing the 21st century? What should we do about environmental problems as informed, responsible local and global citizens?
Draw a time line on the formation of the four spheres atmosphere, lithosphere, hydrosphere and biosphere p6 Fieldwork: Observe and record physical and human elements in the playground and local area Organise a class trivia competition ediiton the physical and human elements of the environment using these quiz and trivia sites http: Divide class into conservation groups, eg.
WWFdevelopers, town planners, farmers, industrialists and governments. Each group will present the impacts of increasing population on the physical environment as ecition oral report Empathy exercise.
Imagine you live in a developing country and have just experienced a natural disaster, such as a tsunami, earthquake, volcanic eruption or landslide. What are the problems of increasing population on the physical environment? Increasing human interaction has contributed to desertification, salinity, deforestation, acid rain, global warming and blue green algae.
Refer to one issue and research ten current Internet articles.
Present findings as a newspaper report. Classify five physical and five human elements and identify the resulting patterns http: Does a geoadtive hard boiled egg remind you of anything?
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How could an earthquake affect humans? What can be done as informed citizens to reduce the adverse impacts of earthquakes? With increasing urbanisation you can create a lot of real estate out of a small ground area by building skyscrapers. Visit this site and describe two buildings. What would it be like to live in one of these buildings? How would you manage a fire, cyclone or an earthquake? Compare the lifestyle of a person living in a skyscraper with a person living in a editiln http: Describe the interaction of the physical on the human environment in five photographs.
Select one photograph and draw a sketch. What were the ten top US killer tornadoes? What are their suggestions for tornado safety?
Describe some of the myths and misconceptions about tornadoes http: Debate for and against an increase in the Australian population in relation to the environment. Refer to this Online Opinion Internet site for a variety of perspectives. This site has links to other perspectives http: When and where were the most recent tsunamis?
What are tsunami safety rules? Record the pattern of a tsunami?
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Geoacctive should citizens behave before, during and after a tsunami? Where were the latest landslides? Identify the changes to the physical and human environments after five different landslides? Test your knowledge of Pandas by answering this quiz http: How are active citizen groups working to conserve Pandas? Select one issue and present report as PowerPoint or poster Use puzzlemaker to test the glossary on page 3 http: Discuss the reasons for an increasing number of environmental refugees.
What should we do as active informed citizens? Imagine you are living in the sdition Draw the physical and human environment. Present as a poster.
Fieldwork………………………… ………Line, column, bar, climate, proportional………………. Research Action Plan…………… ………Population pyramids……………………………………Quizzes, games, webcams……………………Geographical issues…………… Explanation ………… Cloze exercise………… Guest speaker……… Simulation exercise………Quiz……………… Were all students with different abilities adequately catered —learning problems and gifted and talented? Did the students enjoy the topic? Suggested changes for next year resources, activities, case studies, timing of content, assessment tasks ………………………………………….
What is a map? Why do we have maps? Have maps changed over time?
Why are map projections not an exact representation of the globe? What maps would you use to visit a friend in the next suburb, a friend in India, walking in the Blue Mts or sailing in the Pacific Ocean? What is the purpose of latitude and longitude? Will satellite and GIS replace hand drawn maps? More details in Chapter 10 Page 15 15 What is the purpose of daylight saving?
Why do we experience a hot Christmas while Europeans experience snow? When do the solstices and equinoxes occur? Cartoon literacy p36 Fieldwork: Record their latitude and longitude. Work out when you will travel and what you should wear.
These sites may help you http: Find 5 degree of confluence sites and research the places. Present as a poster http: Explain why map projections show different perspectives: Up side down map http: Complete these easy, interactive activities.
Write a report on a video shown in the classroom. Determine whether the material was biased Group work.