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Humanities

Iceland 2011


Geography and History are taught throughout Key Stages 3, 4, and 5, with Leisure & Tourism taught at Key Stage 4 and Travel & Tourism at Key Stage 5.The Humanities faculty is made up of 8 members of staff at St. Julie's:

 

 

 

Term 1

Term 1

Term 2

Term 2

Term 3

Geography

7

Baselining

Geographical Skills and locational geography

Weather and Climate

Africa project and physical geography focus

Changing Population

History

7

Baselining

The Invaders

Living, Working and Dying in the Middle Ages

The Power of the Church and Crown

Industrial Revolution

Geography

8

Russia vs Kenya Project

International Development, Globalisation and Economic Activity

Settlement Change

Ice Worlds

History

8

Local study of Liverpool including Empire and the Slave Trade

Civil Rights Movements

WWI, WWII and the Holocaust

20th Century Dictators

Geography

9

Geographical Skills for GCSE

UK's Physical Landscapes

Coastal Landscapes and Processes

River Landscapes and Processes

River fieldwork investigation

History

9

Victorian Britain and Historical Skills

Women in History and Historical Skills

Germany 1890-1945: Democracy and dictatorship

Conflict in Asia 1950-1975

Geography

10

River Landscapes Fieldwork investigation completion

Global Development/Water Resource Management

Water Resource Management/Global Development

Changing Cities and fieldwork

History

10

Conflict in Asia 1950-1975

Elizabethan England Depth Study

Britain: Health and the people

Geography

11

Changing Cities and chaging cities fieldwork investigation

Global Development

Resource Management

Energy Resource Management

UK Challenges - Geographical Investigations

Revision until exams over

 

History

11

Britain: Health and the people

Elizabethan England Depth Study

Revision