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Resource pack to assist in teaching Year 7 Geography: Unit 2 - Place and liveability. This pack includes: *Vocabulary activities *Worksheets *Suggested hands on activities *Liveability ranking foldable *List of Additional resources Geography - Australian Curriculum content descriptors: Year 7:(ACH
Summary Overview: Full unit of work of Liveability topic for the year 7 Australian Geography Curriculum. Contains lesson PowerPoints, worksheets, fieldwork task And final unit task with rubric. 8 x PowerPoint lessons used for 72min periods (can be further changed to accommodate different period
Written for Year 7 Humanities - Geography Topic "Liveability"This package includes introduction to the Unit, (based around students personal, local community) and Liveability research and oral presentation task, based on liveability statistics from the Economists 2018 Top 10 most liveable and 10 lea
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Written for year 7 Liveability: Australian and Victorian Curriculum standards)An ideal, introduction to the unit Liveability for year 7 Geography.- Students watch a slideshow (contains of 40 slides) of various countries and places in the world and they rank the top 5 countries/places they would most
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Summary Overview: End of unit project/ assessment task which corresponds to the Liveability topic for the year 7 Australian Geography Curriculum. Students need to apply what they have covered in class into a research task. The research task requires students to compare a top 10 liveable city to a t
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Task: Step 1: As a class you will collect and interpret data on a street close to the school with the focus being on the liveability factors identified in our Place and liveability unit so far. Step 2: Individually, you will need to collect the same data on a street near your home. Step 3: You
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Students are asked to consider the liveability of cities around the world. They must make a pamphlet or poster advertising their city and highlighting its favourable characteristics. The worksheet provides some useful websites in order to complete the task. Please check out some other lessons here.
Place & Liveability Project Bundle This includes everything you will need for this project for both students and teachers; Student Booklet, Powerpoint and Unit Plan. PowerPoint Place & Liveability Project PowerPoint includes everything ready to go for the student assignment. This can be use
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This is the fifth and final resource in a series of learning modules about Liveability. Informed by the Australian Curriculum, Bloom's Taxonomy, Inquiry-Based Learning and specific historical skills and concepts, this learning sequence aims to help students develop independent learning skills that b
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Use this PowerPoint and hexagon sorting activity as part of your 'Place and Liveability' unit in Geography (or equivalent). Have students brainstorm and discuss the information on the slides, and then sort the hexagons (that represent different factors that affect liveability) into their correct cat
Students work in groups to design their own city. The powerpoint slides direct students to; decide where their city is located in the world, draw maps using keys/legends to show the layout of their city and it's facilities, create a climate graph which represents the average max and min temperatures
TASK: Imagine that you are presenting to the International Liveability Committee outlining why your city deserves to be listed as the most liveable city in the world. You will be working in groups of 3-5 people. Each group will be allocated a European city that has been ranked in the top sixty most
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This is the second resource in a series of learning modules about Liveability. Informed by the Australian Curriculum, Bloom's Taxonomy, Inquiry-Based Learning and specific historical skills and concepts, this learning sequence aims to help students develop independent learning skills that build from
The Place & Liveability Booklet is a word document ready for students to print and fill out. Inquiry Task description: How liveable is Australia? You will be exploring factors that influence where and how people live. 1. You must choose a country within Europe, North America, Asia or Europe.
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Summary Overview: Field work task which corresponds to the Liveability topic for the year 7 Australian Geography Curriculum. This is a booklet I created to assist students with not only exploring the liveability of our local communities, but to link their learning to the real world around them. Ho
Contains 24 MCQ and 2 short answer questions (total 30 Marks) relating to the unit liveability and the results of the EIU 2018 liveability findings of 140 cities worldwide.Contains pdf copy of quiz, plus online Socrative share code, so you can copy the quiz directly into your socrative account. Full
This matrix was designed to facilitate differentiation for students learning about Place and Liveability in Geography. This can be used as a planning tool for teachers as well as a task sheet for students who can select the activities that they want to complete.The matrix uses Bloom's Taxonomy and M
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This is the third resource in a series of learning modules about Liveability. Informed by the Australian Curriculum, Bloom's Taxonomy, Inquiry-Based Learning and specific historical skills and concepts, this learning sequence aims to help students develop independent learning skills that build from
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This is the first resource in a series of learning modules about Liveability. Informed by the Australian Curriculum, Bloom's Taxonomy, Inquiry-Based Learning and specific historical skills and concepts, this learning sequence aims to help students develop independent learning skills that build from
A great way to conclude or extend student's knowledge for the Year 7 Humanities and Social Sciences in the Geography topic: Place and Liveability. Task: Imagine you have been selected to plan and design Australia's newest city, with a focus on making it a highly liveable place. Use the information y
A great resource for Year 7 Humanities and Social Sciences Geography topic Place and Liveability! Task: Students create a map showing the locations of the top 10 most liveability and bottom 10 least liveable cities in the world. Reliable data taken from the Economist Intelligence Unit 2019 Liveabili
Unit culminating task designing a liveable and sustainable city. (Task lists work covered in unit leading up to task, but this can be edited to apply to topics covered by you.) Covers all major expectations for CGC1P and CGC1D Liveable Communities unit. Students can work independently or in pairs
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The sharks are circling! Get your students to flex their creative muscles while applying their knowledge of liveable communities in this culminating unit assignment. Students will dream up a plan for a business to be built on an empty plot of land in their community, and present their ideas to the t
A mini booklet which explores the liveability rankings of cities around the world.
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