Landscapes and Landforms

Stage 4 Geography Fieldwork

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which this fieldwork program was done. We would like to pay our respects to the Elders, past, present and future and acknowledge the Aboriginal Elders and knowledge holders who have helped us to understand the special connection Aboriginal peoples have with the land.

Overview

The following is a virtual fieldwork program set at West Head in Sydney's North.

There are five parts to complete:

Activity 1 - Site Information

Activity 2 - Landscapes and Landforms

Activity 3 - Fieldwork Equipment

Activity 4 - Fieldwork Task

Activity 5 - Aboriginal Connection to Country

Video : How to use this resourceYoutube (06.04min)

Students: How to use this resource

Step 1 - Download a copy of the Student Fieldwork Booklet and save in to your own drive before you begin.

Step 2 - Use the top menu on this site to navigate through the activities, completing answers to each question in your Student Fieldwork Booklet.

Teachers: Assessing Student Learning

Student Fieldwork Booklet

You may wish to assess student learning using the Student Fieldwork Booklet and differentiate the questions to meet the needs of your students. Download the booklet and send out your own version.

Google Form

You may also wish to assess student learning using a google form. Create a copy from the Google Form Task Template modify the questions to meet the needs of your students and then send the link to your students. You will then be able collect the data back.

Contact

Contact David Smith from Gibberagong EEC if you have any questions or for the answers david.smith27@det.nsw.edu.au or 9457 8245.

References:

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Gibberagong Environmental Education CentreDepartment of Education NSWKu-ring-gai Chase National ParkBobbin Head
PO Box 3276Asquith NSW 2077
Phone: 02 9457 8245Fax: 02 9457 8182
Email: gibberagon-e.school@det.nsw.edu.auWebsite: https://gibberagongeec.nsw.edu.au/
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