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Physical and Human Features of Places
Exceptional Performance I explain and can predict change in the characteristics of places over time by using my detailed knowledge of a wide range of locations, contexts and scales.
I explain changes in the characteristics of places over time by using my knowledge and understanding of a wide range of locations, contexts and scales.
I can analyse the physical and human characteristics of places using my knowledge of a wide range of locations, contexts and scales.
I can describe and explain physical and human processes and recognise that these processes interact to produce the distinctive characteristics of places.
I can describe physical and human characteristics of places within a wider locational and contextual framework.
I recognise and can describe the physical and human features of places. I realise the importance of wider geographical location in understanding places.
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