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With these questions, children will begin to build up a) a good knowledge of the world, and b) a good bank of questions that they might begin to ask more autonomously whenever they come across the mention of place that they do not know much about.


I used the National Curriculum as guidance for the following questions with the intention that NC objectives would be covered multiple times during a child's time in school.


As well as sets of questions, I've also proposed some actions that might be undertaken each time a new place is learned about - one of the main aims of these actions is that children know where in the world each place that is studied is located.


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Geography: Key Questions To Ask When Learning About A Place

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