Hodder Education
Curriculum for Wales: Geography for 11–14 years
Stephanie Robinson, Jo Coles, David Gardner, John Lyon, Catherine Owen
Curriculum for Wales: Geography for 11–14 years
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Embodying the aims of the new curriculum for Wales, and forming part of the Humanities Area of Learning and Experience, Curriculum for Wales: Geography for 11-14 years will help you plan your curriculum, offering 18 chapters packed full of geographical resources, including maps, charts, diagrams and data.

>> Build students' curiosity about the world around them - how it developed, what it is like now, and what it could be like in the future by helping you develop an enquiry-based approach to learning.

>> Explore geography at a local, national and global scale and foster students' sense of cynefin with a focus on Wales and its place on the wider world.

>> Develop core geographical skills with fieldwork enquiries embedded into the context of topics, encouraging students to investigate their local area.

>> Support teachers in planning and assessment with suggested learning objectives.

>> Help students to consider topics in the context of their own lives and the local area in which they live with regular 'My place' activities.

>> Encourage students to think about the impact of human actions in their local area, on Wales and the world, to develop ethical informed citizens.

>> Choose from crucial content areas including: weather and climate; ecosystems; landscapes and national parks; rural and urban places; sport and culture; climate change; disease; global consumers and more.

Language
English
ISBN
9781398345287
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Title page
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Contents
Introduction
1 What do we understand by ‘cynefin’ in geography?
2 What are natural resources?
3 How do people use the physical landscape of Wales?
4 What is weather and climate?
5 How are rivers important?
6 What are ecosystems and how are they important?
7 How are we damaging our environment?
8 How has the economy shaped Wales?
9 How are populations changing?
10 What happens where the land meets the sea?
11 What is development?
12 How does sport shape Wales?
13 How does geography help us to understand disease?
14 What are tropical storms?
15 What causes earthquakes and volcanoes?
16 What is the impact of being a global consumer?
17 How is climate change affecting Wales?
18 How has climate change affected our planet?
Glossary
Index
Acknowledgements
Back Cover
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