a) Introduction from talking avatar image

a) Introduction from talking avatar

This talking avatar introduces the project to pupils. 

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b) Task 1- Physical and human features image

b) Task 1- Physical and human features

This presentation shows pupils the difference between physical and human features. This will assist them in completing task 1 in the booklet. 

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c) Task 2- Map of my school journey image

c) Task 2- Map of my school journey

This presentation shows pupils how to construct maps. It should help show how to produce a map in plan view. 

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d) Task 3- Transport to primary school image

d) Task 3- Transport to primary school

Pupils will need the constructing bar charts presentation. This will help to display the results showing how pupils in their class travel to school.  

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e) Task 4- Google Streetview PowerPoint image

e) Task 4- Google Streetview PowerPoint

This presentation shows pupils how to complete their Google Streetview PowerPoint. It includes the skills of using Streetview, using print screen and cropping photos. 

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f) Task 6- Describing my route to secondary school  image

f) Task 6- Describing my route to secondary school

In this task pupils describe their route to secondary school. The physical and human features presentation will help to recap this skill.  

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g) Task 7- Crime in my area image

g) Task 7- Crime in my area

For this task, pupils need to use the Police's crime website. It is available at http://www.police.uk/.

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h) Task 8- Mapping my route to secondary school presentation image

h) Task 8- Mapping my route to secondary school presentation

Pupils map their route to secondary school in this task. This presentation should help to identify the success criteria. Maps should include a key, scale, orientation, symbols and gridlines. Pupils should use their free OS map or the OS mapping (next..

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i) Task 8- Mapping my route to secondary school scale presentation image

i) Task 8- Mapping my route to secondary school scale presentation

This presentation will help pupils understand the concept of scale. 

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j) Task 8- OS mapping image

j) Task 8- OS mapping

This OS mapping helps if pupils haven't yet received their free OS maps. It will zoom in to 1:50,000. 

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k) Task 9- My school journey carbon footprint calculator image

k) Task 9- My school journey carbon footprint calculator

This calculator will allow pupils to calculate the carbon footprint of their school journey. They can do this for different types of transport, but will need to enter their home and school postcodes, as well as choosing from the options available to..

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l) Task 10- How my class travel to school- pie charts presentation image

l) Task 10- How my class travel to school- pie charts presentation

This presentation will show pupils how to construct a pie chart, to help with this task. 

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m) Task 11- Comparing maps presentation image

m) Task 11- Comparing maps presentation

This presentation will show pupils how to access historical mapping to compare where they live with how it looked in the past. 

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n) Task 11- Grid references presentation image

n) Task 11- Grid references presentation

This presentation will help pupils with the six figure grid references they need to provide, for physical and human features near where they live. 

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o) Task 11- Historical mapping image

o) Task 11- Historical mapping

This is old mapping from compiled using maps from the 1930s and 1940s. 

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p) Task 12- My Google Earth tour image

p) Task 12- My Google Earth tour

This presentation shows pupils how to create their own Google Earth tour. These can be saved to pupils ICT areas or uploaded to a VLE such as Moodle. 

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