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Interview lesson

  1. 1. Site 1Bi polar scoringNegative 1 2 3 4 5 Positive Using your map symbols sheet, add a maximum of 4 symbols that will improve the site. Make sure you can explain why you chose them.Very big impact on the Very small impactenvironment on the environmentVery poor access Very good accessVery big impact on Very small impactlocal residents on local residentsNot at all sustainable Very sustainableTotal score
  2. 2. Site 2Bi polar scoringNegative 1 2 3 4 5 Positive Using your map symbols sheet, add a maximum of 4 symbols that will improve the site. Make sure you can explain why you chose them.Very big impact on the Very small impactenvironment on the environmentVery poor access Very good accessVery big impact on Very small impactlocal residents on local residentsNot at all sustainable Very sustainableTotal score
  3. 3. Site 3Bi polar scoringNegative 1 2 3 4 5 Positive Using your map symbols sheet, add a maximum of 4 symbols that will improve the site. Make sure you can explain why you chose them.Very big impact on the Very small impactenvironment on the environmentVery poor access Very good accessVery big impact on Very small impactlocal residents on local residentsNot at all sustainable Very sustainableTotal score
  4. 4. Think , Pair, Share. What can weuse maps for?
  5. 5. Where shouldNottingham Forestbuild their newstadium?Learning objectives:To be able to use OS maps and satellite images to inform a decision aboutdifferent places (level 4).To be able to use map symbols appropriately (level 4)Extended learning objectives:To explain a decision about a place using map evidence (level 5)To evaluate the decision you have made (level 6)
  6. 6. Roles InstructionsChair personYou are in charge of making sure everyone 1) Complete bi-polar scoringis doing their job and contributing to for each sitediscussions. You need to tell the scribe 2) Decide which site is thewhat to write and help the person giving bestthe speech 3) Add a maximum of 4 mapInnovator / speaker symbols to your map toYou are in charge of coming up with improve the siteoriginal and interesting ideas. You are alsogoing to explain your group’s decision atthe end of the lesson ExtensionScribe Evaluate how sustainableYou are in charge of writing down the your chosen site is. Askgroup’s speech. You must also keep an eyeon the time. one of the experts for help
  7. 7. Think , Pair, Share.Why is beingsustainableimportant?
  8. 8. Describe your site’s location using evidence from the map (Level 4)What is the site near to? What roads are there? What public transport?Explain which site you have chosen. Justify your choice using evidence from themaps (Level 5)Our group decided that...Our reasons for this are…Our evidence from the map is…Explain which map symbols you have added to your map. What will they add toyour site? (Level 5)We decided to add… Our reasons for this are… Adding this to our map will resultin…Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of your decision. What is the mostimportant advantage? How could it be improved? (Level 6)The advantages of our site are… on the other hand, the disadvantages are… Themost important advantage of our site is… Our site could be further improved by…Evaluate how sustainable your proposal is.(Level 6)
  9. 9. Peer AssessmentUse the sentence stems below to assess the group’s understanding.
  10. 10. Environmentalist•Your priority is the environment,wildlife and their habitats•You must consider the impact thatbuilding a new stadium would have.•It is your job to make sure people knowwhat sustainable means.
  11. 11. Chief of transport, Nottingham CityCouncil•Your priority is public transport andnew roads•You must consider how well people willbe able to access the stadium.•It is your job to make sure people knowwhat sustainable means.
  12. 12. Chair person of Nottingham Resident’sassociation•Your priority is local resident’shappiness•You must consider the impact that thestadium will have on people.•It is your job to make sure people knowwhat sustainable means.
  13. 13. http://wtp2.appspot.com/wheresthepath.htm?lat=52.95445407568314&lon=-1.0520733870841583&gz=13&oz=7&gt=1http://wtp2.appspot.com/wheresthepath.htm?lat=52.92539636099697&lon=-1.0955491172012863&gz=13&oz=7&gt=1http://wtp2.appspot.com/wheresthepath.htm?lat=52.969376265080186&lon=-1.1345376442378141&gz=13&oz=7&gt=1

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