By Patrick Wiegand
Basic lecturers within the united kingdom need to comprehend the nationwide Curriculum and know the way to enforce it. this article goals to supply basic lecturers with a realistic advent to educating geography at Key level 2 to point five and past, and is appropriate for non-specialists.>
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Water is poured into the bowl to a series of levels and the contour 'coastlines' progressively marked on the island with a (waterproof) felt-tip marker. A plastic bowl or dish is useful, however, to show the difference between convex slopes (bowl upside down) and concave slopes (bowl right way up). Contours on maps of the locality around the school can also be investigated. The first step is usually to identify those parts of the locality that are higher than the school and those parts that are lower.
The Earth has no 'right way up' in space. However, an imaginary grid (or 'graticule') is used to pinpoint the position of any place. The grid consists of lines called parallels of latitude and meridians of longitude. Parallels of latitude measure distance north and south of the equator. The equator is at latitude 0 degrees. The poles are at latitudes 90 degrees north and 90 degrees south. Meridians of longitude measure distance east or west of the prime meridian. The prime (or Greenwich) meridian is at longitude 0 degrees.
The North and South Downs, the Weald and the Chilterns would barely be seen if the first 'break' was at 200m as only small parts of those areas rise above that height. Point symbols tend to be of varying difficulty depending on whether they are iconic (picture-like) or conventional (more abstract); there is no clear distinction between the two. Picture symbols are generally easier to understand; a forest may be represented by a number of little drawings of trees or a public telephone may be represented by a picture of a telephone receiver.
Children and Primary Geography (Children, Teachers and Learning) by Patrick Wiegand