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Discussion in 'Geography' started by dw14356, Dec 31, 2010.

  1. This is really obvious but I thought I would get professional advice

    Need a simple definition for human and physical features - aimed at Year 3/4 class
  2. Physical features are NATURAL features. (Things which would be there without people.)
    Human features are MAN-MADE features. (People have built or made them.)
    For my year 7s I use a powerpoint display and we discuss human and physical features. We write down the definition and they then draw a few diagrams to illustrate these e.g. rain, river, beach, houses, roads, shops.

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