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1 Geography Assessment Statements (Life after levels) Progress Year 7 Year 8 Year 9 Facts and Geographical knowledge about at a range of scales are recalled and used confidently and accurately. Key terms and definitions used to good effect. Describe in detail processes, patterns, features, methods, events etc. Detailed and accurate explanations given for changes, events, causes and effects etc. Detailed and accurate application of Recall of a full range of facts and Geographical knowledge about places, environments, concepts and locations at a range of scales., key terms and definitions used confidently and accurately. Very detailed and accurate descriptions of processes, patterns, features, methods, events etc. Very detailed and accurate explanations given for changes, events, causes and effects. Very detailed and accurate application of Recall of a full range of facts and Geographical knowledge about places, environments, concepts and locations at a wide range of scales., key terms and definitions used confidently and accurately. Very accurate and comprehensive descriptions of processes, patterns, features, methods, events etc. Very detailed and comprehensive explanations given for changes, events, A causes and effects. Very detailed and Detailed, accurate descriptions and sound accurate application of use of data and sources with relevant and detailed explanations. Links made. Valid conclusion given. Critical of a range of sources and data used to evaluate Bias recognised and evaluated in detail. Simple links are made between the hypothesis and methodology. Highly detailed and accurate descriptions and explanations using data and sources. Links made and explained. Conclusions valid and relevant. Highly critical of a wide range of sources and data. Bias discussed and evaluated in detail. Clear links are made between the hypothesis and methodology. Locate all case study places, seas, oceans, Highly detailed and accurate descriptions and explanations using data and sources. Links made and explained. Synoptic written style is evident. Conclusions valid and relevant. Highly critical of a wide range of sources and data. Bias discussed and evaluated in detail. Links are made between the hypothesis, methodology and the final results. Locate all case study places, seas, oceans,

2 Giving directions using 8 16 points of the contours and colour shading. Detailed and accurate descriptions and interpretation of thematic maps. Detailed and accurate descriptions and interpretation of photographs and diagrams standard deviation. Giving directions using 16 points of the Giving heights using spot heights, trig points, contours and colour shading. Giving and finding 6 figure grid references to locate a place or feature Very detailed and comprehensive interpretation of thematic maps. Highly detailed, accurate description and interpretation of photographs and diagrams. standard deviation and Spearman Rank. Giving directions using 16 points of the compass and bearings. Giving heights using spot heights, trig points, contours and colour shading. Giving and finding 6 figure grid references to locate a Very detailed and comprehensive interpretation of thematic maps. Detailed directions can be given for a journey on a 1:25,000 OS map with reference to physical and human features that you would encounter. Highly detailed, accurate description and interpretation of photographs and diagrams. Sources can be used in an informed way to speculate about future changes based upon geographical concepts. standard deviation and Spearman Rank. Data can be presented in effective and imaginative formats that engage the reader.

3 B Recall numerous Geographical facts about at a range of scales. Key terms and definitions used to good effect. methods, events etc. with some accuracy. Giving accurate reasons for changes, events, causes, effects etc. A good level of accuracy in applying Descriptions are more accurate with relevant reasons given. Attempts to analyse with basic data manipulation. A valid conclusion is evident. Criticism evident of some sources and data. Bias is recognised and made a point of in evaluations. There is some attempt to explain how the method suites the hypothesis. major UK cities and most European countries on a base map with accuracy using a printed Giving directions using 8 points of the Facts and Geographical knowledge about at a range of scales are recalled and used confidently and accurately. Key terms and definitions used to good effect. Describe in detail processes, patterns, features, methods, events etc. Detailed and accurate explanations given for changes, events, causes and effects etc. Detailed and accurate application of Detailed, accurate descriptions and sound use of data and sources with relevant and detailed explanations. Links made. Valid conclusion given. Critical of a range of sources and data used to evaluate Bias recognised and evaluated in detail. Simple links are made between the hypothesis and methodology. Giving directions using 8 16 points of the Recall of a full range of facts and Geographical knowledge about places, environments, concepts and locations at a range of scales., key terms and definitions used confidently and accurately. Very detailed and accurate descriptions of processes, patterns, features, methods, events etc. Very detailed and accurate explanations given for changes, events, causes and effects. Very detailed and accurate application of Highly detailed and accurate descriptions and explanations using data and sources. Links made and explained. Conclusions valid and relevant. Highly critical of a wide range of sources and data. Bias discussed and evaluated in detail. Clear links are made between the hypothesis and methodology. Locate all case study places, seas, oceans, Giving directions using 16 points of the Giving heights using spot heights,

4 C simple contours and colour shading. Good descriptions and interpretation of thematic maps. Graphical Interpretation Descriptions and interpretation are more accurate using photographs and diagrams Bar, line graphs, mathematical crosssections, choropleth maps and pie charts hand drawn and computer generated with accuracy. Titles, axes labels and keys evident. Statistics: use of mean, mode and median. Recall of a wider range of geographical facts about places, environments, concepts and locations at 2 or more scales. Key terms and definitions starting to be used. methods, events etc. with some clarity Giving a wider range of reasons for changes, events, causes etc. Starting to apply knowledge accurately. Descriptions are clearer with basic reasons maps etc. A basic conclusion may be offered. contours and colour shading. Detailed and accurate descriptions and interpretation of thematic maps. Detailed and accurate descriptions and interpretation of photographs and diagrams standard deviation. Recall numerous Geographical facts about at a range of scales. Key terms and definitions used to good effect. methods, events etc. with some accuracy. Giving accurate reasons for changes, events, causes, effects etc. A good level of accuracy in applying Descriptions are more accurate with relevant reasons given. Attempts to analyse with basic data manipulation. trig points, contours and colour shading. Giving and finding 6 figure grid references to locate a place or feature Very detailed and comprehensive interpretation of thematic maps. Highly detailed, accurate description and interpretation of photographs and diagrams. standard deviation and Spearman Rank. Facts and Geographical knowledge about at a range of scales are recalled and used confidently and accurately. Key terms and definitions used to good effect. Describe in detail processes, patterns, features, methods, events etc. Detailed and accurate explanations given for changes, events, causes and effects etc. Detailed and accurate application of Detailed, accurate descriptions and sound use of data and sources with relevant and

5 Some basic criticism of the relevance of certain sources or information. Some recognition of bias in data or sources. Locate seas, oceans, continents, lines of longitude and latitude and major UK cities on a base map with some accuracy using a printed Give directions using 4 points of the Giving heights using spot heights and colour shaded maps. Giving 4 Figure grid references to locate a feature or place Giving basic descriptions and interpretation using thematic maps. Basic descriptions and interpretation using photographs and diagrams Bar and line graphs drawn with some accuracy. Titles and axes labels evident Statistics: use of the mean. A valid conclusion is evident. Criticism evident of some sources and data. Bias is recognised and made a point of in evaluations. There is some attempt to explain how the method suites the hypothesis. major UK cities and most European countries on a base map with accuracy using a printed Giving directions using 8 points of the simple contours and colour shading. Good descriptions and interpretation of thematic maps. Graphical Interpretation Descriptions and interpretation are more accurate using photographs and diagrams Bar, line graphs, mathematical crosssections, choropleth maps and pie charts hand drawn and computer generated with accuracy. Titles, axes labels and keys evident. Statistics: use of mean, mode and median. detailed explanations. Links made. Valid conclusion given. Critical of a range of sources and data used to evaluate Bias recognised and evaluated in detail. Simple links are made between the hypothesis and methodology. Giving directions using 8 16 points of the contours and colour shading. Detailed and accurate descriptions and interpretation of thematic maps. Detailed and accurate descriptions and interpretation of photographs and diagrams standard deviation.

6 D Recall a range of Geographical facts about at 2 or more scales. Briefly describe processes, patterns, features, methods, events etc. Stating 1 2 brief reasons for changes, events, causes etc. Basic application of Brief descriptions and very basic reasons are maps etc. A brief critical statement may be evident. / Atlas Skills / Thematic Maps Label places, on a pre located base map using a printed map or atlas (digital or book form). Giving directions using 4 points of the Giving heights using spot heights and basic colour shaded maps. Giving co ordinates to locate a place. Making a statement or two using thematic maps. Statements made using photographs and diagrams. Basic graphs drawn, with some accuracy e.g. bar charts Recall of a wider range of geographical facts about places, environments, concepts and locations at 2 or more scales. Key terms and definitions starting to be used. methods, events etc. with some clarity Giving a wider range of reasons for changes, events, causes etc. Starting to apply knowledge accurately. Descriptions are clearer with basic reasons maps etc. A basic conclusion may be offered. Some basic criticism of the relevance of certain sources or information. Some recognition of bias in data or sources. Locate seas, oceans, continents, lines of longitude and latitude and major UK cities on a base map with some accuracy using a printed Give directions using 4 points of the Giving heights using spot heights and colour shaded maps. Giving 4 Figure grid references to locate a feature or place Giving basic descriptions and interpretation using thematic maps. Recall numerous Geographical facts about at a range of scales. Key terms and definitions used to good effect. methods, events etc. with some accuracy. Giving accurate reasons for changes, events, causes, effects etc. A good level of accuracy in applying Descriptions are more accurate with relevant reasons given. Attempts to analyse with basic data manipulation. A valid conclusion is evident. Criticism evident of some sources and data. Bias is recognised and made a point of in evaluations. There is some attempt to explain how the method suites the hypothesis. major UK cities and most European countries on a base map with accuracy using a printed Giving directions using 8 points of the

7 Basic descriptions and interpretation using photographs and diagrams Bar and line graphs drawn with some accuracy. Titles and axes labels evident Statistics: use of the mean. simple contours and colour shading. Good descriptions and interpretation of thematic maps. Graphical Interpretation Descriptions and interpretation are more accurate using photographs and diagrams Bar, line graphs, mathematical crosssections, choropleth maps and pie charts hand drawn and computer generated with accuracy. Titles, axes labels and keys evident. E Recalls a few Geographical facts about places, environments, concepts and locations. Briefly describes features and possibly methods, events, etc. States at least one simple reason for changes, events, causes etc. Very basic application of Analyse interpretation Brief descriptions are given for changes, events, processes, photos, maps etc. No reasoning present. No obvious evaluation statements present. /Atlas Skills/Thematic Maps Recall a range of Geographical facts about at 2 or more scales. Briefly describe processes, patterns, features, methods, events etc. Stating 1 2 brief reasons for changes, events, causes etc. Basic application of Brief descriptions and very basic reasons are maps etc. A brief critical statement may be evident. / Atlas Skills / Thematic Maps Statistics: use of mean, mode and median. Recall of a wider range of geographical facts about places, environments, concepts and locations at 2 or more scales. Key terms and definitions starting to be used. methods, events etc. with some clarity Giving a wider range of reasons for changes, events, causes etc. Starting to apply knowledge accurately. Descriptions are clearer with basic reasons maps etc. A basic conclusion may be offered. Some basic criticism of the relevance of

8 Label places, on a pre located base map using a printed map or atlas (digital or book form). Giving directions using 4 points of the Giving co ordinates to locate a place. Making at least one statement using thematic maps. Very basic statements made using photographs and diagrams. Basic graphs such as bar charts can be completed using a teacher provided template. Label places, on a pre located base map using a printed map or atlas (digital or book form). Giving directions using 4 points of the Giving heights using spot heights and basic colour shaded maps. Giving co ordinates to locate a place. Making a statement or two using thematic maps. Statements made using photographs and diagrams. Basic graphs drawn, with some accuracy e.g. bar charts certain sources or information. Some recognition of bias in data or sources. Locate seas, oceans, continents, lines of longitude and latitude and major UK cities on a base map with some accuracy using a printed Give directions using 4 points of the Giving heights using spot heights and colour shaded maps. Giving 4 Figure grid references to locate a feature or place Giving basic descriptions and interpretation using thematic maps. Basic descriptions and interpretation using photographs and diagrams Bar and line graphs drawn with some accuracy. Titles and axes labels evident Statistics: use of the mean.

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