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Year 8 Flooding L6 Questionning And Sequencing

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  • 1. Year 8 Rivers and Flooding Mr. Green 8a3 Moving Towards LEVEL 6 You can suggest questions and how to sequence an investigation into a flood.
  • 2. Moving towards level 6
    • You can DESCRIBE what happened during a flood
    • You can ANALYSE the causes and effects
    • You can DESCRIBE the methods used to control and manage floods.
    • You can suggest questions and how to sequence an investigation into a flood.
    • Use key words throughout.
  • 3. DESCRIBE …the effects of a flood event ..find out about and then say what happened.. BUT don’t forget.. HUMAN PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENTAL
  • 4. ANALYSE a flood event
    • To think about something carefully in order to understand all of its parts
    This links to asking questions and investigating!
  • 5. DESCRIBE …the methods used to control flooding Will require research into new issues
  • 6. QUESTIONS & INVESTIGATION Anyone can search the internet… You must be able to follow an appropriate sequence and show that you can think like a geographer! What are your sources? – check for bias! Road to knowledge!
  • 7. Starter BBC video clip
    • http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/8360743.stm
    • Overview of weekend storms
    • http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/wales_politics/8359751.stm
    • Detailed report from Wales
    • What questions came into your head as your watched these news reports?
  • 8. Objectives for lesson: learning to sequence an investigation about a flood
    • To be able to give reasons for your views about flooding in the UK (L4)
    • To be able to suggest appropriate questions about a geographical issue (L5)
    • To understand how to sequence an enquiry into a recent flood event using relevant questions (L6)
  • 9. Sequencing an enquiry an example! You have been asked to find out about these… What questions would you ask ? How would you sequence your investigation? What would you use as sources of info?
  • 10. Sequencing an enquiry an example! You have been asked to find out about this… What questions would you ask ? How would you sequence your investigation? What would you use as sources of info?
  • 11. Investigation Sequence
    • WHAT AM I TRYING TO FIND OUT?
    • WHAT DO I KNOW ALREADY?
    • WHAT QUESTIONS DO I NEED TO ASK?
    • WHERE SHALL I GO FOR THE INFORMATION?
    • WHAT SHALL I REJECT OR ACCEPT?
    • HOW WILL I RECORD THE INFORMATION?
    • WHAT HAVE I FOUND OUT?
    • HOW SHALL I PRESENT MY WORK?
    • WHAT HAVE I LEARNT?
    • HOW WILL I USE MY NEW KNOWEDGE?
  • 12. Investigation Flood Event What questions would you ask?
    • Where did it happen?
    • When did it happen?
    • What caused the flood?
    • **What were the effects?
    • Who was involved?
    • Was the flood managed?
    • Will it happen again and will the effects be the same next time?
    ** this could be divided in effects on people, economy and environment and also LONG TERM and SHORT TERM
  • 13. Investigation Flood Event What resources would you include?
    • Where did it happen? – MAP (google earth)
    • When did it happen? - Timeline
    • What caused the flood? – Technical diagram, weather charts
    • What were the effects? – image analysis ( we have practiced this !!)
    • Who was involved? – list of organisations image of logos etc.
    • Was the flood managed? – Technical diagrams and photos
    • Will it happen again and will the effects be the same next time?
    • Next ….
    • What might be the source of your information?
    • How would you select information or reject it?
    • How would you check for bias? Especially if other peoples opinion
  • 14. Investigation Flood Event What sources of information and how to select and record?
    • Rule 1 : do not copy and paste (plagarism)
    • Rule 2 : use more than one source
    • Rule 3 : use a variety of sources (not just internet searches or wiki)
    • Rule 4 : always include a bibliography (a list of sources in detail at the end of your work)
    • Rule 5 : think carefully….is source valid or biased
  • 15. Investigation Flood Event Best source? OR remember! Before taking info from a site make sure you read WHO THEY ARE Which source may be biased and why?
  • 16. Investigation Flood Event Best source? OR remember! Before using a diagram from a site make sure you can UNDERSTAND and EXPLAIN it!
  • 17. Investigation Flood Event Best Image to use? OR remember! Before using an image from a site make sure you can UNDERSTAND and EXPLAIN it! remember! The image must also show the effects / issue clearly YOU MUST LABEL AND EXPLAIN IT

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