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What places and regions will you be teaching about in primary and why?

Discussion in 'Geography' started by GeographicalAssociation, Apr 28, 2014.

  1. How do you teach about the wider world? And what do you think good practice looks like? Let us know your views.

    Read more in part five of our primary geography curriculum blogs.
  2. We developed an amazing link with an Indian school two years ago. Our children have now benefitted from the teachers' reciprocal visits and are sharing joint activities. Their enquiry learning, based on an area that they have a link and a relationship with, is much improved and continues to develop. We can support so many comparison discussions with regions and places around the world and discuss key geographical issues such as trade and weather, through our knowledge of a real place that is important to us.

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