Australian Curriculum Geography: Features and places – Year 2

Australian Curriculum Geography: Features and places – Year 2
Australian Curriculum Geography: Features and places – Year 2
Australian Curriculum Geography: Features and places – Year 2
Australian Curriculum Geography: Features and places – Year 2
Australian Curriculum Geography: Features and places – Year 2
Australian Curriculum Geography: Features and places – Year 2
Australian Curriculum Geography: Features and places – Year 2
Australian Curriculum Geography: Features and places – Year 2
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This is a 37-page unit from the Australian Curriculum Geography series that covers:

The definition of places as parts of the Earth’s surface that have been given meaning by people, and how places can be defined at a variety of scales (ACHGK010)

Elaborations

Identifying the difference between natural, managed and constructed features
Identifying and creating symbols that can be used to represent features on a map
Incorporating symbols to represent features on a self-created treasure map and writing instructions for locating the treasure
Identifying features and places on a map of a school through symbols and labels and noting their purpose
Planning, drafting and publishing a map of the features and places of their school
Understanding the reasons why the names of places in Australia are chosen
Understanding that places in Australia can have a traditional Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander name and a name was given since European settlement
Finding out about some of the places that are significant to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) people
Investigating the meaning behind Aboriginal place names in Australia
Investigating places and placenames significant to ATSI in students’ own community
Identifying different features in a variety of settlement types (city, suburb, town, rural area)
Describing the hierarchy of places from the personal level of their home to the national level of their country

Key inquiry questions

What is a place?
How are people connected to their place and other places?
What factors affect my connection to places?

Geographical Inquiry and Skills

Pose geographical questions about familiar and unfamiliar places (ACHGS013)
Collect and record geographical data and information, for example, by observing, by interviewing, or from sources such as photographs, plans, satellite images, storybooks and films (ACHGS014)
Represent data and the location of places and their features by constructing tables, plans and labelled maps (ACHGS015)
Draw conclusions based on the interpretation of geological information sorted in categories. (ACHGS016)
Present findings in a range of communication forms, for example, written, oral, digital and visual, and describe the direction and location of places, using terms such as north, south, opposite, near, far (ACGHS017)
Reflect on their learning and suggest responses to their findings (ACHGS018)

Geographical concepts

Place
Space
Environment
Interconnection
Scale
Change
Total Pages
37 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 Year
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