Presentation on theme: "Doorstep Geography Presented by GA Secondary Phase Committee."— Presentation transcript:
Doorstep Geography Presented by GA Secondary Phase Committee
Outline of session Quick Introduction – The place of Doorstep Geography Giving Doorstep Geography a go! Reflecting on Doorstep Geography (please note room change for this later session)
Doorstep Geography Is all about getting the kids outside and doing geography on their doorstep... My teacher likes it when we do Doorstep Geography because: - I am DOING geography and learning lots of new skills - I am meeting the National Curriculum/GCSE/A Level criteria - I am able to complete small enquiries within one lesson
My Headteacher likes it when I do Doorstep Geography because s/he doesnt have to worry about the cost of supply and cover. My other subject teachers like Doorstep Geography because it means I dont miss their lessons – I can do my fieldwork in my geography lesson time.
In Groups of four or five Resources include: - A camera - A map of the area - Task sheet
Photograph Challenge task What is unique about Manchester? Use a digital camera to take images that show this uniqueness. You cannot take pictures of people, buildings or vehicles! Think carefully about what is unique about Manchester
Choose two or more tasks from the list to complete on your travels in the local area. You have 45 minutes to complete all tasks Please return to Room:______ Feedback (Blog) Upload photographs
Plenary What have we learnt? Investigative Skills Independent Learning Fieldwork Use of ICT Thinking Skills Leading in Learning (LIL)
Post-it Note it! Write down on your post it one thing which you can take away from today's workshop which you would like to share with others. A Different activity? An application in a lesson? Age group you might try it with?
Doorstep Geography Presented by GA SPC members: Emma Johns Rachel Lawrenson David Rogers Ruth Totterdell David Roberts Stacey McCabe
Further Information Geogblog……… Or the GA website and follow link to the SPC