Rivers

Unit
Geography
Year 3
Focus Education
Focus Education

Geography Unit Description

Year 3 Geography unit, Rivers from Focus Education. This unit uses an enquiry-approach methodology, lessons are built around a central question in order to build pupil curiosity and motivate learning. Rivers has been constructed in accordance with the National Curriculum.
Unit contents
Overview Documents
Long-term overview
Long-term overview
Resource
Geography
Y3
The Long-term overview for the unit Rivers from Focus Education
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Knowledge organiser
Knowledge organiser
Resource
Geography
Y3
The Knowledge organiser for the unit Rivers from Focus Education
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Progression pedagogy
Progression pedagogy
Resource
Geography
Y3
The Progression pedagogy for the unit Rivers from Focus Education
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Link it! Prior knowledge
Link it! Prior knowledge
Resource
Geography
Y3
Link it! Prior knowledge is the set of initial activities that should be used to introduce the unit Rivers from Focus Education, it will allow pupils to link the upcoming learning to their existing skills and knowledge
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Lessons
1. What are the main features of a river?
1. What are the main features of a river?
Lesson
Geography
Y3
Year 3 Geography lesson from the unit Rivers. This lesson uses an enquiry-approach method, and will facilitate students answering the question 'What are the main features of a river?'
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2. What is a water cycle and why is it so important?
2. What is a water cycle and why is it so important?
Lesson
Geography
Y3
Year 3 Geography lesson from the unit Rivers. This lesson uses an enquiry-approach method, and will facilitate students answering the question 'What is a water cycle and why is it so important? '
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3. What are the features of the upper, middle and lower courses of a river?
3. What are the features of the upper, middle and lower courses of a river?
Lesson
Geography
Y3
Year 3 Geography lesson from the unit Rivers. This lesson uses an enquiry-approach method, and will facilitate students answering the question 'What are the features of the upper, middle and lower courses of a river? '
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4. Why have so many cities been created close to a river?
4. Why have so many cities been created close to a river?
Lesson
Geography
Y3
Year 3 Geography lesson from the unit Rivers. This lesson uses an enquiry-approach method, and will facilitate students answering the question 'Why have so many cities been created close to a river?'
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5. How would you carry out a river study?
5. How would you carry out a river study?
Lesson
Geography
Y3
Year 3 Geography lesson from the unit Rivers. This lesson uses an enquiry-approach method, and will facilitate students answering the question 'How would you carry out a river study?'
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Assessment for Learning Resources
Check it!
Check it!
Resource
Geography
Y3
Check it! is a set of assessment for learning tasks and assessments that should be used to check pupils' understanding of the learning during the course of the unit Rivers from Focus Education.
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Show it! Group presentation
Show it! Group presentation
Resource
Geography
Y3
Show it! Group presentation is a group task that should be used to solidify student learning and should be run after the teaching of the lessons contained in the unit Rivers from Focus Education
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Know it!
Know it!
Resource
Geography
Y3
'Know it! - Rivers - Year 3' is a resource for assessing pupil knowledge at the end of the Year 3 unit, Rivers
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Picture match - River words
Picture match - River words
Resource
Geography
Y3
'Picture match - River words' is a resource for assessing pupil knowledge at the end of the Year 3 unit, Rivers
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Picture match - UK rivers
Picture match - UK rivers
Resource
Geography
Y3
'Picture match - UK rivers' is a resource for assessing pupil knowledge at the end of the Year 3 unit, Rivers
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Speak like an expert - Rivers
Speak like an expert - Rivers
Resource
Geography
Y3
'Speak like an expert - Rivers' is a resource for assessing pupil knowledge at the end of the Year 3 unit, Rivers
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Memory challenge - Rivers
Memory challenge - Rivers
Resource
Geography
Y3
'Memory challenge - Rivers' is a resource for assessing pupil knowledge at the end of the Year 3 unit, Rivers
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Cops and robbers - What do you know about rivers?
Cops and robbers - What do you know about rivers?
Resource
Geography
Y3
'Cops and robbers - What do you know about rivers?' is a resource for assessing pupil knowledge at the end of the Year 3 unit, Rivers
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End of Unit Assessment
Rivers - Unit Assessment
Rivers - Unit Assessment
Resource
Geography
+1
Y3
Rivers - Unit Assessment is an end of unit assessment by Focus Education, designed to be used as a summative assessment at the end of teaching this Focus unit
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Unit contents
Overview Documents
Long-term overview
Long-term overview
Resource
Geography
Y3
The Long-term overview for the unit Rivers from Focus Education
View
Knowledge organiser
Knowledge organiser
Resource
Geography
Y3
The Knowledge organiser for the unit Rivers from Focus Education
View
Progression pedagogy
Progression pedagogy
Resource
Geography
Y3
The Progression pedagogy for the unit Rivers from Focus Education
View
Link it! Prior knowledge
Link it! Prior knowledge
Resource
Geography
Y3
Link it! Prior knowledge is the set of initial activities that should be used to introduce the unit Rivers from Focus Education, it will allow pupils to link the upcoming learning to their existing skills and knowledge
View
Lessons
1. What are the main features of a river?
1. What are the main features of a river?
Lesson
Geography
Y3
Year 3 Geography lesson from the unit Rivers. This lesson uses an enquiry-approach method, and will facilitate students answering the question 'What are the main features of a river?'
View
2. What is a water cycle and why is it so important?
2. What is a water cycle and why is it so important?
Lesson
Geography
Y3
Year 3 Geography lesson from the unit Rivers. This lesson uses an enquiry-approach method, and will facilitate students answering the question 'What is a water cycle and why is it so important? '
View
3. What are the features of the upper, middle and lower courses of a river?
3. What are the features of the upper, middle and lower courses of a river?
Lesson
Geography
Y3
Year 3 Geography lesson from the unit Rivers. This lesson uses an enquiry-approach method, and will facilitate students answering the question 'What are the features of the upper, middle and lower courses of a river? '
View
4. Why have so many cities been created close to a river?
4. Why have so many cities been created close to a river?
Lesson
Geography
Y3
Year 3 Geography lesson from the unit Rivers. This lesson uses an enquiry-approach method, and will facilitate students answering the question 'Why have so many cities been created close to a river?'
View
5. How would you carry out a river study?
5. How would you carry out a river study?
Lesson
Geography
Y3
Year 3 Geography lesson from the unit Rivers. This lesson uses an enquiry-approach method, and will facilitate students answering the question 'How would you carry out a river study?'
View
Assessment for Learning Resources
Check it!
Check it!
Resource
Geography
Y3
Check it! is a set of assessment for learning tasks and assessments that should be used to check pupils' understanding of the learning during the course of the unit Rivers from Focus Education.
View
Show it! Group presentation
Show it! Group presentation
Resource
Geography
Y3
Show it! Group presentation is a group task that should be used to solidify student learning and should be run after the teaching of the lessons contained in the unit Rivers from Focus Education
View
Know it!
Know it!
Resource
Geography
Y3
'Know it! - Rivers - Year 3' is a resource for assessing pupil knowledge at the end of the Year 3 unit, Rivers
View
Picture match - River words
Picture match - River words
Resource
Geography
Y3
'Picture match - River words' is a resource for assessing pupil knowledge at the end of the Year 3 unit, Rivers
View
Picture match - UK rivers
Picture match - UK rivers
Resource
Geography
Y3
'Picture match - UK rivers' is a resource for assessing pupil knowledge at the end of the Year 3 unit, Rivers
View
Speak like an expert - Rivers
Speak like an expert - Rivers
Resource
Geography
Y3
'Speak like an expert - Rivers' is a resource for assessing pupil knowledge at the end of the Year 3 unit, Rivers
View
Memory challenge - Rivers
Memory challenge - Rivers
Resource
Geography
Y3
'Memory challenge - Rivers' is a resource for assessing pupil knowledge at the end of the Year 3 unit, Rivers
View
Cops and robbers - What do you know about rivers?
Cops and robbers - What do you know about rivers?
Resource
Geography
Y3
'Cops and robbers - What do you know about rivers?' is a resource for assessing pupil knowledge at the end of the Year 3 unit, Rivers
View
End of Unit Assessment
Rivers - Unit Assessment
Rivers - Unit Assessment
Resource
Geography
+1
Y3
Rivers - Unit Assessment is an end of unit assessment by Focus Education, designed to be used as a summative assessment at the end of teaching this Focus unit
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