Planning a new key stage 3

May, Chris
September 2014
Teaching Geography;Autumn2014, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p99
Academic Journal
The article discusses curriculum changes in key stage 3 geography at Bishop Challoner Catholic College in Birmingham, England, focusing on the shift from a topic-based approach to one based on regions and countries in order the meet the requirements of Great Britain's national curriculum. Details are provided on how student input was considered in selecting curriculum content and lesson planning.


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