Geography Curriculum Map

Geography Curriculum Map

 

 

Introduction

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Year 7

Title

Welcome and introduction lesson

 

 

Rainforests

Map Skills

Weather

Climate

International Development

Length (in lessons)

9

7

4

7

9

AOs

AO1; AO3; AO4

AO4

AO1

AO2; AO4

AO1;AO2;AO3

Mid-point check

Explain how the TRF is useful to people (6)

Using an OS map to work out 4/6 figure grid references and direction

Describe the track of hurricane Irma (4)

Evaluate the adaptations of flora and fauna in hot deserts (6)

Describe the causes of uneven development (4)

Feedback style

Teacher marking/pupil response in class by redrafting answer

Peer assessment in class

Teacher marking/pupil response in class by redrafting answer

Teacher marking/pupil response in class by redrafting answer

Teacher marking/pupil response in class by redrafting answer

Assessment

Short answer and long answer questions

Short answer questions test

Quiz in class + PA

Short answer and long answer questions to cover weather and climate units

Trading Game

End of year assessment

Feedback style

TPGG by teacher/pupil response/assessment tracker

TPGG by teacher/pupil response/assessment tracker

Peer assessment in class

TPGG by teacher/pupil response/assessment tracker

TPGG by teacher/pupil response/assessment tracker

TPGG by teacher/pupil response/assessment tracker

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction

Autumn 1/Autumn 2

Autumn 2/Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Year 8

Title

Welcome back introduction lesson

Africa

Natural Resources

Tropical Oceans

Geography of Sport

Australia

Length (in lessons)

10

8

8

6

8

AOs

AO1; AO2

AO2; AO3; AO4

AO1; AO2;AO3

AO1

AO2; A03

Mid-point check

Assess the quality of life for people living and working in the Horn of Africa (6)

Explain the strategies that are being used to make cities sustainable

(6)

Using examples, explain how marine areas can be managed sustainably (6)

N/A

 

Feedback style

Teacher marking/pupil response in class by redrafting answer

Teacher marking/pupil response in class by redrafting answer

SA or PA

N/A

 

Assessment

Short answer and long answer questions

Unit 3 style assessment

Short answer and long answer questions

Group work – writing a bid

End of year assessment

Feedback style

TPGG by teacher/pupil response/assessment tracker

TPGG by teacher/pupil response/assessment tracker

TPGG by teacher/pupil response/assessment tracker

PA

Teacher marking and feedback

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                           

 

 

 

 

Introduction

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Year 9

Title

Welcome back introduction lesson

Asia

Rivers

Crime and Conflict

 

 

Glaciers/Climate Change

The Urban World (GCSE) 

See year 10/11 map

Length (in lessons)

9

8

12

8-10

 

AOs

AO2, AO3

AO1; AO4

AO4

AO1; AO3; AO4

 

Mid-point check

Using evidence, to what extent do you support this statement.

“China’s investment in Africa can only be a positive thing for the continent”. (6 marks)

TBC

Outline the reasons people get involved in the drug trade (4)

TBC

 

 

Feedback style

Peer-assessment

 

Peer-assessment

Peer-assessment

 

Assessment

End of topic test

End of topic test

End of topic test – unit 3 style

End of topic test – unit 3 style

 

Feedback style

TPGG by teacher/pupil response/assessment tracker

TPGG by teacher/pupil response/assessment tracker

TPGG by teacher/pupil response/assessment tracker

TPGG by teacher/pupil response/assessment tracker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

 

Summer 2

Year 10

Topic

 

2A.3.2.1 Urban issues and challenges

2B.3.2.2 Changing economic world

2C.3.2.3 Resource management

Food

1A.3.1.1 The challenge of natural hazards – tectonic hazards

 

1A.3.1.1 The challenge of natural hazards – weather and climate change

1B.3.1.2 Ecosystems, rainforests and hot deserts

AO’s

 

 

AO1 (knowledge), AO2 (application of concepts and interrelationships), AO3 (geographical information)

AO1 (knowledge), AO2 (application of concepts and interrelationships), AO4 (investigation)

AO1 (knowledge), AO2 (application of concepts and interrelationships), AO4 (investigation)

AO1 (knowledge), AO2 (application of concepts and interrelationships), AO3 (geographical information)

AO1 (knowledge), AO2 (application of concepts and interrelationships), AO4 (investigation)

AO1 (knowledge), AO2 (application of concepts and interrelationships), AO3 (geographical information)

Assessment

 

Topic Tests after each unit covered

Unit 3 test (focus: fieldwork techniques – AO4) (SAM1)

Unit 2 test (SAM1)

2C.3.2.3 Resource management

Food

Topic Tests after each unit covered

Unit 3 test (focus: fieldwork techniques – AO4) (SAM1)

Topic Tests after each unit covered

Unit 3 test (focus: fieldwork techniques – AO4) (SAM1)

Topic Tests after each unit covered

Unit 3 test (focus: fieldwork techniques – AO4) (SAM1)

 

Owner

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 11

Topic

 

1A.3.1.3.1 UK physical landscapes

1A.3.1.3.2 Coastal landscapes in the UK

1C.3.1.3 Physical landscapes in the UK – glacial landscapes

FIELDWORK

Unit 3 Issue Evaluation and Fieldwork

Revision

AO’s

 

 

AO1 (knowledge), AO2 (application of concepts and interrelationships), AO4 (investigation)

AO1, AO2, AO3 AO1 (knowledge), AO2 (application of concepts and interrelationships), AO3 (geographical information

AO1, AO2, AO3 AO1 (knowledge), AO2 (application of concepts and interrelationships), AO3 (geographical information

 

Assessment

 

Topic Tests after each unit covered

Unit 3 test (focus: fieldwork techniques – AO4) (SAM1)

Topic Tests after each unit covered

Unit 3 test (focus: fieldwork techniques – AO4) (SAM1)

Unit 3 Issue Evaluation