By Margaret Smith
This booklet presents a realistic representation of the abilities, wisdom and realizing required to educate within the secondary lecture room. in addition to discussing techniques and concepts, the booklet provides a serious exam of a few of the main matters, and should inspire the reader to interact with the guidelines and look at their perspectives and ideology. it really is a useful source should you are studying to educate or for these lecturers who desire to give some thought to their educating perform.
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1991) Geography in the National Curriculum (England), London: HMSO. Geographical Association (GA) (2000) Geography in the Curriculum: A Position Statement, Sheffield: Geographical Association. Lambert, D. and Balderstone, D. (2000) Learning to Teach Geography in the Secondary School: A Companion to School Experience, London: RoutledgeFalmer. Lambert, D. and Daugherty, R. (1993) ‘Teacher assessment in Key Stage 3: a snapshot of practice’, Teaching Geography 18(3): 113–15. Marsden, B. (1995) Geography 11–16: Rekindling Good Practice, London: David Fullerton Publishers.
However, the problem remains as to when and how geography teams will find the time to reshape their KS3 schemes of work in order to deliver a dynamic, stimulating and relevant curriculum. This is vitally important if the image of our subject and numbers following KS3 are to be raised. 1 Table of documentation 1986–2001 Date Document Publisher 1986 HM Inspectorate series: Curriculum Matters – Geography from 5 to 16 HMSO 1989 The Education Reform Act 1988: The School Curriculum and Assessment DES Circular 5/ 89 1989 National Curriculum: From Policy to Practice DES HMSO March 1991 Geography in the National Curriculum DES HMSO (England) July 1991 Geography in the National Curriculum: Non-Statutory Guidance for Teachers CCW October 1991 Teacher Assessment at KS3 (leaflet) SEAC (continued on next page) ASPECTS OF TEACHING SECONDARY GEOGRAPHY Date Document Publisher November 1991 Teacher Assessment in Practice (leaflet) SEAC March 1992 Teacher Assessment in KS3: Geography (leaflet) SEAC July 1992 CCW Teacher Support Programme.
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Aspects of Teaching Secondary Geography: Perspectives on Practice (Aspects of Teaching Series) by Margaret Smith
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