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Teaching Geography contrasting locality - France

Discussion in 'Primary' started by KEEPSMILEN, Apr 12, 2012.

  1. Hi,

    I am trying to plan a unit of work for Geography based around a contrasting locality which is France. I am teaching in a school in Wales, and was wondering if anyone had any inspirational ideas.

    I haven't planned Geography before for upper KS2 and am unsure where to start. I thought about creating a fact file for France and Wales, also looking at maps comparing schools, weather etc. I am struggling to add investigation and thinking skills into the unit of work. Was thinking of maybe looking at pollution comparing France to here.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  2. Thanks for your advice and ideas.

    I am struggling with how to teach this to the children without just giving them the information to do so. I have books and the internet available but wasn't quite sure how to include fieldwork/investigations into this unit?

    Thanks for your help :)

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