Table of contents for 100 ideas for teaching geography / Andy Leeder.


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SECT ON I Maintaining a high profile for the subject
S   KEEPING SEN IOR MANAGERS UP TO DATE          2
SKEEPING PARENTS UP TO DATE                     3
SOPEN EVENINGS                                 4
4J GEOGRAPHY IN THE NEWS: HI GH-PROFILE DI SPLAYS  5
j ASSEMBLIES 1: FINITE RESOURCES               6
A5 SSE!MBLIES 2: LOTS OF OPINIONS, DIFFICULT DECISIONS 7
_ 7 GEOGRAPHY PATHWAYS: KNOWLEDGE AND INFORMATION 8
GEOGRAPHY WHY IS IT UNIQUE?.                 9
S E CTI N 2   Lesson activities: starters
Li  GET YOUR STUDENTS WARMED UP!                12
1  A CRISP START TO THE LESSON                 13
1ll   AMAZING FACTS .                             4
SLIDE SHOW: A SENSE OF PLACE.               15
13   HERE IN THE WORLD?.                       16
D    JIGSAWS                                    17
15  ARTOONS                                    18
16   DINGBATS                                    19
SECTION 3     Lessoni activities
i   G ENERAL CONSIDERATI ONS                    22
DiAG INNOVATION AND THINKING SKILLS               23
719   HELPING STUDENTS GAIN A SENSE OF PLACE     24
L  J WRrrlNG FRAMES (SCAFFOLDS)                 25
1   LISTENING FRAMES                            26
Lr221 SEQUENCING                                  27
Ft    SEQUENCING WITH CLIMATE GRAPHS               28
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24    USING MIND MAPS                             29
25   LETTER WRITING                              31
2=6  WRITTEN REPORTS IN A NEWSPAPER FORMAT       32
I bF] MATCHING WORDS AND PHRASES TO DEFINITIONS    33
USING CARTOONS                              34
2=   TALKING HEADS                               35
30   I AGREE/1 DISAGREE                           36*
3 1  I AGREE/I DISAGREE: MAKING IT WORK WITH SEN STUDENTS 37
3   JUSTIFYING OPINIONS                         38
133  IUSING ORDNANCE SURVEY MAPS: A VALUABLE TOOL  39
4  USING ORDNANCE SURVEY MAPS: DEVELOPING SKILLS  40
.[ 35  USING ORDNANCE SURVEY MAPS: LEARNING IS FUN  41
36 .USING MUSIC/FILMS/TV TO ENHANCE LESSONS      42
SECTI ON 4    The classroom environment
STHE WELL-EQUIPPED GEOGRAPHY ROOM              46
=38   ROOM LAYOUT                                 47
3 9   PUTTING STUDENTS' WORK ON DISPLAY           48
40  DISPLAYING DEFINITIONS OF KEY GEOGRAPHICAL WORDS 49
DISPLAY USING WALL MAPS                     50
[2   A BANK OF OUTLINE MAPS                      51
SECTION 5     Field trips
4   VITAL CONSIDERATIONS                         54
44   HEALTH AND SAFETY: RISK ASSESSMENT          55
45  INFORMATION FOR PARENTS                      56
I4  TEAMWORK: STAFFING THE TRIP                  57
[    A7 GEOGRAPHY STAFF: SPOILT FOR CHOICE?       58
SOVERSUBSCRIBED TRIPS: SELECTING STUDENTS      59
14:9  USING COMMERCIAL COMPANIES                  60
50   US ING EXPERTS/TOUR GUIDES                   61
'I51  STUDENT RESOUFRCES                           62
52  .BALANCING WORK AND PLAY ON RESI DENTIAL TRI PS  63
SECTION 6     Links with other subjects
537  LINKS WITH ENGLISH                           66
54   LINKS WITH MATHIS                            67
55  LINKS WITH SCIENCE                         68
5=6  CITIZENSHIP: BE AWARE OF STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS 69
57 1 CITIZENSHIP: A GEOGRAPHICAL CONTEXT          70
LINKS WITH INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS
l   TECHNOLOGY                                    71
SECTION 7     Useful contacts
59   PARENTS ARE A USEFUL RESOURCE                74
S LOCAL RADIO                                  75
EXAM BOARDS 1: WHY BECOME AN
EXAM INER/MODERATOR?                         76
62    EXAM BOARDS3 2: OTHER BENEFITS - NETWORKING  77
EXAM BOARDS 3: MAKING CONTACT AND CURRICULUM
DEVELOPMENT                                  78
64  CHARITIES 1: A VALUABLE RESOURCE, A CHANCE TO MAKE
A DIFFERENCE                                 79
F65   CHARITIES 2: CHRISTIAN AID                   80
L66   CHARITIES 3: CAFOD                           81
F7    THE METEOROLOGICAL OFFI CE                   82
SECT I 0 N 8  The sustainable geography department
68    EDUCATION FOR SUJSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (ESD)  86
69   ESD: WRITING IT INTO SCHEMES OF WORK         87
70   ESD: MODELLING THE MESSAGE  .                88
SECTION 9     Homework and revision
71   GENERAL TIPS                                92
72   HOMEWORK: USING COMMERCI AL MATERIALS       93
F HOMEWORK: LETTING YOUR VALUABLE RESOURCES
GO HOME                                     94
74   REVISION 1: USING COMMERCIAL MATERIALS     95
L 75] REVISION 2: EXAM TECHNIQUE                 96
SECTION 1I0 Information and communications
technology
76]A GENERAL TP                                  100
77   A WIDE RANGE OF APPLICATIONS               101
8  A WORD OF CAUTION!                         102
7=9  THE INTERNET: GATEWAY TO A WEALTH OF RESOURCES 103
:8:   THE NATIONAL CURRICULUM IN ACTION WEBSITE  104
18 THE NATIONAL GRID FOR LEARNING           105
82    THE ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY (WITH IBG)  106
1Lj# THE GEOGRAPHICAL ASSOCIATION S WEBSITE      107
84   MORE EFFECTIVE SEARCHING ON THE INTERNET   109
5     MAKING USE OF YOUR SCHOOL'S INTRANET       110
S86   USING INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARDS              111
SI GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS              112
88   CD-ROMS AND GEOGRAPHY                      113
89   DIGITAL CAMERAS                            114
V90   USING MICROSOFT POWERPOINT                 115
91   ACCESSING CENSUS DATA: THE UK CENSUS       116
92  ACCESSING CENSUS DATA: POPULATION AND
ECONOMIC DATA                              118
9     VIDECO/DVDS                                1179
SECTION    I I Other key ideas
Lr  ] FUN AT THE END OF TERM: TRADITIONAL GAMES   122
9 FUN AT THE END OF TERM: IT SUPPORT        123
,L6   KEEPING YOURSELF UP TO DATE                 124
L    KEEPING RESOURCES UP TO DATE ..             125
98   TEACHING GIFTED AND TALENTED GEOGRAPHERS    126
I9 LIUNKS WITH PRIMARY SCHOOLS                    127
FQ9   A PICTURE OF BRITAIN                        128



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Geography Study and teaching Great Britain