Y7 Geography 2012-2013
The Things 7B2 have Learnt This Year
HERE IS WHAT WE HAVE LEARNT WITH MR BISHOP
The British Isles
We learnt with Mr Bishop that the British Isles is divided in two, the Republic of Ireland and the United Kindom. The United Kingdom is then further divided into four, England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Together, they are all called the British Isles. We also learnt that England is the biggest country in the British Isles with an area of 130,400 square kilometres.
HERE IS WHAT WE HAVE LEARNT WITH MR BENNETT
Homes and Habitats
With Mr Bennett we learnt about homes and habitats. We learnt about where certain animals live (habitats) and where humans live and why. (homes) We also learnt about the settlement hireachy and presented a project about our own village and why it was chosen as a site for settling.
At the start of the year with Mr Bennett we learnt about settlements. We learnt why sites were chosen and which sites we would choose if we were settlers. In this task we had to make a desision to please the whole village, from warriors who wanted visabilty to potters who wanted clay to make pots with.
Try out your geography by answering questions about what we have learnt this year! (Tip: All answers can be found on this page!) 1. Where is Bluewater shopping centre? 2. If you were a warrior settler, where would you want to settle your tribe? 3. What is a habitat? 4. In what part of Scotland is Endinborough? 5. Is the Northen or Southern hemisphere warmer? 6. What is the largest country in the British Isles? 7. Is the Republic of Ireland seperate from the U.K? 8. How many countries are in the U.K? 9. What kind of shop is the Bluewater shopping Centre? 10. What is an easy way of remembering where Edinborough is?