Planning for Geography & Global Learning: Chembakolli
How do we inform ourselves about this area of learning?What actionscan we take? What learning activities will our children engage with?
Have a definite Involve What is it like here? (Use, concluding activity for children in story, picture books, TEACHING the project that can be evaluation sense impressions, TOOLKIT shared with others. drama to explore) Sense [PLACE] impressions Ask & answer 5 W’s Decide on questions such as: Making pairs your What would it be personal like to live here/ Most LikelyKnow that you actions to ...are not alone in visit? Livingtaking action – Graphshundreds/thousands of What focus? Start with aother people photoworldwide are Environmental Impact &trying to do Sustainability Using Artefactssomething aboutthis issue Interdependence & Connectedness Research Google(MDG’s). Maps (Earth) People , Culture & Diversity Explore & Quikmaps/ Further map Scribble research & Maps new enquiry (SPACE), use Google Use P4C/ Earth Community of enquiry to Explore through explore this picture books/ issue video etc What will we do? What will the children do?
What do I / we already know? - Share ideas with the children about whatthey already know about India from previous topics.
Miss Oglanby has agreed to speak to our class about hertime in India. She has travelled all over the world and visitedmany places. During her time in India she travelled to the countryside and spent time in the cities. She has a wide knowledge of the country andmany artefacts from her visits!
BBC Class Clips http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/india-varied-landscapes-and-varied-lives/4603.html The landscapes of India are varied and so are the lives of the people who live in the different regions. In Rajasthan in the north the buildings and traditional crafts attract tourists. One childs father makes shoes and another organises tours for visitors to the region. In Kerala in southern India the growing and selling of spices provides employment for some families. Kerala means The land of the coconut tree so many families are also involved in farming coconuts. All parts of the coconut are used and produce a range of products from cooking oil to floor mats. The final child lives in Mumbai, one of the largest cities in India. Mumbai has a very busy port and some families import goods through the port.
No search results for Chembakolli, widened search to India. Maybe useful as an introduction to Indian village life.
The openingminute is useful to show all thedifferent culturesin Southern India.
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