Teaching Geography 3-11 : The Essential Guide

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Teaching Geography 3-11 : The Essential Guide

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This text on teaching geography for students learning to teach in primary schools covers all areas, including such issues as equal opportunities and how to be a subject coordinator in a school.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            v
Standards Information vi
Introduction vii
The Subject of Geography 1 (18)
Children's Views of Geography 2 (1)
Adults' Views of Geography 3 (1)
What Is Academic Geography? 4 (6)
Doing Geography: Using Geographical Skills 10 (3)
in the Process of Enquiry
Why Learn Geography? 13 (2)
Professional Development Tasks: Specialist 15 (4)
Subject Knowledge
Geography in the Foundation Stage and Key 19 (28)
Stages 1 and 2
Geography in the Foundation Stage 20 (3)
Geography in the National Curriculum 23 (17)
Geography and Its Contribution to the Whole 40 (7)
Curriculum
Planning Geography 47 (22)
Long-term Planning 48 (3)
Planning for Continuity and Progression 51 (3)
Medium-term Planning 54 (9)
Short-term Planning 63 (6)
Organizing and Managing Geography 69 (21)
Organizing the Children 69 (4)
Differentiation 73 (4)
Worksheets/Activity Sheets 77 (2)
Organizing Other Adults 79 (1)
Organizing the Learning Environment 80 (1)
Organizing Resources 81 (1)
Organizing Information and Communications 81 (2)
Technology
Display 83 (2)
Self-evaluation of Geography Teaching 85 (5)
Learning and Teaching Approaches in Geography 90 (24)
Effective Learning Approaches 90 (1)
Effective Organization of Learning 91 (3)
Effective Learning Activities 94 (3)
Effective Teaching and Learning Strategies 97 (14)
in Geography
`Did I Learn It Wrong?': Challenging 111(3)
Misconceptions
Resources in Primary Geography: Using the 114(20)
Classroom, Using the Outdoor Environment and
Using Information and Communications
Technology
The Learning Environment within the 115(3)
Classroom
Teaching and Learning Resources for 118(4)
Geography
Using the School or Nursery Grounds 122(1)
Organizing and Managing Safe Fieldwork 122(4)
Information and Communications Technology 126(8)
as a Resource for Geography
Monitoring and Assessing Children's Learning 134(23)
in Geography
Why Assess Children's Learning in Geography? 134(2)
What to Assess in Geography 136(1)
Forms of Assessment 137(3)
Methods of Assessment 140(4)
Planning for Assessment 144(2)
Baseline Assessment 146(1)
Early Learning Goals and Level descriptions 147(2)
Geography Portfolio 149(1)
Marking 149(2)
Recording the Results of Assessment 151(3)
Reporting to Parents on Pupils' Progress 154(3)
Geography and Equal Opportunities 157(19)
Defining Inequality 157(5)
Local and National Geographies 162(1)
Global Geographies: Learning about Distant 162(2)
Places
Gender and Geography 164(1)
Classroom Ethos 164(3)
Building Equal Opportunities into the 167(9)
Geography Curriculum
Geography and Children with Special 176(19)
Educational Needs
Statutory Requirements 176(1)
Identifying Children with Special 177(2)
Educational Needs
What Geography Has to Offer Children with 179(1)
Special Educational Needs
Physical Disabilities 180(3)
Learning Difficulties 183(7)
Children with Emotional and Behavioural 190(1)
Difficulties
Gifted and Talented Pupils 191(4)
Geography and Equal Opportunities 195(20)
The Geography Co-ordinator's Role 196(3)
The Geography Co-ordinator's 199(7)
Responsibilities
Developing Good Practice across a School 206(9)
Index 215