This lesson is part of a wider Geography unit called Great Missenden – A Village Settlement which is designed for students in upper KS2 (Y4-6).
The presentation introduces students to the concept of settlements and asks them to categorise them by size (e.g. hamlet, village, town, city, conurbation). It then introduces them to a range of human geographical features found in settlements (e.g. post offices, sports stadiums).
In the activity students identify a variety of human geographical features found in settlements. It is differentiated two ways:
Easier – Students identify the features of settlements with normal clues.
Harder – Students identify the features of settlements with jumbled up clues.
Extension – Students identify which types of settlements these features are usually found in.
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