ILP 4 - Personal Geography

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Published on March 12, 2014

Author: kheeramun


ILP 4 – March/April Half-Term: ILP 4 – March/April Half-Term Personal Geography Favourite Task: Task Produce a booklet looking at one topic in geography you are particularly interested in. You will hand in a booklet to your teacher that includes a detailed range of information about your topic and clearly shows why it is a favourite topic of yours. Only two conditions – your topic has to be different to anything we have done in class this year and has to be related to geography! Task: Task Before you hand it to your teacher a class mate will peer assess your work by reading your booklet and answering any questions/quizzes/activities you have included in your booklet. You will not need to complete a log book for this ILP or self assess/reflect on your work as your classmate will do this. Using the TASC wheel to help you…: Using the TASC wheel to help you… Use this wheel to help you – completing your project bit by bit. Stage 1 – gather, identify, generate ideas. Stage 2 – decide what you are going to do. Stage 3 – do it and communicate your work! Stage 4 – reflect on what your classmate has done well and how they could improve in the future. Stage One - Research: Stage One - Research This should be your homework in week one. Do some research using the internet, books, atlases or newspapers - this will help you gather a wide range of information and help you to generate some ideas. Moodle and your homework guide sheet lists some starting points for your research. Write down all your sources of information and include them in your booklet. What do you need to produce in this stage?: What do you need to produce in this stage? You do not need to start writing your project at this stage. You should though: Have a list of ideas of what you want to do and what there is plenty of information about. Be adding research you have done to your reference list. Stage Two - Decide: Stage Two - Decide Once you have carried out your research decide which topic you want your project to be on. Plan your work out – what you are going to do when? What are our favourite topics?: What are our favourite topics? Mr Green = China’s One Child Policy Mr Heeramun = Glaciers and Rivers Mrs Knowler = Endangered Species – particularly apes! Mr O’Neill = Tribes in the Amazon Miss Quigley = Geography of Sport Mrs Thornley = Geography Of Health Other possible topics?: Other possible topics? Fairtrade Global Warming Culture Tsunamis India Other suggestions? What could you include in your project?: What could you include in your project? What your favourite topic is and why. Maps – to show where in the world this topic takes place. Images of your topic. Why your topic is important. Description of your topic. Explanation of your topic (e.g. what causes it, why did it happen etc…) Quizzes/activities for your reader to do to check they have learnt about your topic. Why your topic is important. Booklet: Booklet This should be a detailed booklet that teaches somebody who knows nothing about your topic all about it. This can either be hand written or done on the computer using word or publisher formats Stage Three – Do It!: Stage Three – Do It! This will take most of your time and will allow you to get really creative! Remember you have got to include plenty of geography! Marking your project: Marking your project You will be asked to grade yourself in the key areas of: Geographical Understanding Effort Literacy Presentation Research Then your teacher will mark the project Your project will then be kept in a file in school until the end of Y7 when it will be given back to you.

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