TIME TRAVEL! SPOTTING SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES ON SOUTHAMPTON WATER...
Designed to support a school trip to Red Funnel Ferries
HISTORY Upper Key Stage 2
Other Key Stage Variants: Lower Key Stage 2
Changes in the Past
Differences over time
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The resource enables students to work together in mixed ability groups to identify similarities and differences using a map from 1939 and what they see on Southampton Water.
This is an on-site history resource that links to students’ travel experience with Red Funnel ferries.
The resource practises skills that link to the curriculum, specifically relating to students’ understanding of continuity and change, similarities and difference, and connections between the present and the past, enabling an understanding and use of chronological frameworks.
The resource enables students to look at what they see on Southampton Water during their crossing, and to identify progress and stasis.
This simple task is designed to be completed on board the Red Funnel ferry from Southampton.
Students could work together in mixed ability groups to identify similarities and differences.
Optional follow-up tasks could be for students to investigate further why changes are apparent on Southampton Water.
Key Skills Practised
Evaluating /identifying causes and consequences
Note-making/ annotation skills
Applying general/precise knowledge
Students will identify changes over time on Southampton Water. They may describe reasons why these changes have happened. They will use their own knowledge to consider differences in the area and to draw conclusions.
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Lower Key Stage 2
Changes in the Past
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This page was last updated on: 01/06/2016