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Key Stage 3

Curriculum Overview

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 Year 7 Overview
 Year 8 Overview
 Year 9 Overview

GCSE skills:

  • To be able to apply geographical concepts
  • To recall and understand key terms, features, processes and locational case studies
  • Interpretation and analysis of graphs, data and photos
  • To be able to describe and explain patterns or geographical concepts
  • To explain and assess how physical processes and human activities influence the human and physical world
  • To explain and assess social, economic, environmental and political (SEEP) impacts in the developing and developed world
  • To assess, evaluate and justify geographical concepts, themes and events

 

By the end of year 9, students should be able to:

  • Explain how concepts can be applied at regional and global level
  • Further develop techniques to understand and recall key terms, features, processes and locational case studies
  • Analyse and start to interpret graphs, data and photos
  • Describe and begin to explain patterns and geographical themes
  • Explain how processes and activities influence how the geographical worlds interact
  • Explain and compare how SEEP differs in the developing and developed world
  • Weigh up and justify geographical decisions and regional conflicts

 

By the end of year 8, students should be able to:

  • Investigate how concepts can be applied at regional and global level
  • Develop techniques to understand and recall key terms, features, processes and locational case studies
  • Describe and start to explain information in graphs, data sets and photos
  • Describe geographical patters and themes
  • Describe how processes and activities influence how the geographical worlds interact
  • Explain how social, economic and environmental impacts differ in either an MEDC or LEDC

 

By the end of year 7, students should be able to:

  • Describe concepts on a regional and global level
  • Investigate methods of organising information to assist in recall
  • Create and describe graphs and understand data and photos
  • Introduce and identify geographical patterns
  • Identify the three geographical worlds
  • Identify SEE impacts
  • Explain what is a region and identify issues
  • Accurately complete at least one PEEL paragraph and come to a conclusion

 

 

 

 

 

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