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20 October 2014
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Worksheet 1  What I have found out about....

  • England
  • Key Stage 2 Geography
    1a,b,c, 2a,d, 3a,c, 6a or b, d
  • Wales
  • Key Stage 2 Geography
    1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.9, 2.1, 2.2, 2.4
  • Northern Ireland
  • Key Stage 2 Geography
    Where people live and what people do
    Educational (cross-curricular) Themes
    IT
  • Scotland
  • 5-14 Guidelines: Environmental Studies - People and Place
    Using Maps
    Physical Environment
    Human Environment
    Human-physical interaction
    Skills Strand
    Developing Informed Attitudes
    ICT
  • What the pupil has found out about Belfast and/or Mexico City from geographical sources (globe, atlas)
  • What the pupil would like to know about the city/cities, encouraging the pupil to pose geographical questions

Worksheet 2  The capital cities of Europe

  • England
  • Key Stage 2 Geography
    2c,d, 3b,g
  • Wales
  • Key Stage 2 Geography
    1.7, 1.8, 1.9, 1.10
  • Northern Ireland
  • Key Stage 2 Geography
    Geographical Skills
    IT
  • Scotland
  • 5-14 Guidelines: Environmental Studies - People and Place
    Using Maps
    ICT
  • Children research the names of countries and their capital cities and mark them on a map of Europe - locational or geographical general knowledge

Worksheet 3  Life in Belfast/Mexico City

  • England
  • Key Stage 2 Geography
    1a, b, c, d, 2d, 3a, 6a or b
  • Wales
  • Key Stage 2 Geography
    1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.9, 1.10
  • Northern Ireland
  • Key Stage 2 Geography
    Geographical Skills
    Where people live and what people do
    Educational (cross-curricular) Themes
    IT
  • Scotland
  • 5-14 Guidelines: Environmental Studies - People and Place
    Human Environment
    Human-physical interaction
    Skills Strand
    Developing Informed Attitudes
    ICT
  • Children discover what it is like for a named child to live in this city
  • Children think about what other geographical questions they would like to ask the child
  • They decide whether or not they would like to live in this city, and explain their answer

Worksheet 4a  What's it like to live in 'my place' - the pupil's own locality

  • England
  • Key Stage 2 Geography
    1a, 3a, d
  • Wales
  • Key Stage 2 Geography
    1.1, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3
  • Northern Ireland
  • Key Stage 2 Geography
    Geographical Skills
    Where people live and what people do
    Educational (cross-curricular) Themes IT
  • Scotland
  • 5-14 Guidelines: Environmental Studies - People and Place
    Human Environment
    Human-physical interactions
    Skills strand
    Developing informed attitudes
    ICT
  • Children research the names of countries and their capital cities and mark them on a map of Europe - locational or geographical general knowledge
  • Children answer, for their own locality, the questions posed to the children in Belfast and Mexico City

Worksheet 4b  What was this place like, and how has it changed?

Key Stage 2 Geography 1a,b, 2b, 3a,d,e, 5a, 6d
  • England
  • Key Stage 2 Geography
    1a, b, 2b, 3a, d, e, 5a, 6d
  • Wales
  • Key Stage 2 Geography
    1.1, 1.2, 1.5, 2.3, 2.6, 3.1,
  • Northern Ireland
  • Key Stage 2 Geography
    Where people live and what people do
    Educational (cross-curricular) Themes
    IT
  • Scotland
  • 5-14 Guidelines: Environmental Studies - People and Place
    Human Environment
    Human-physical interaction
    Skills Strand
    Developing Informed Attitudes
    ICT
  • Children ask an elderly local resident the questions posed to the elderly residents of Belfast and Mexico City
  • What was the children's own locality like in the past?
  • How has it changed?
  • What do they think it will be like in 25 years time?



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