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The Geography Subject Group had sought to retain the possibility of handling issues of controversy (particularly The great debate and 1988 21 in Key Stage 4, the 14–16 age-range) by inserting them discreetly into some of the Statements of Attainment which formed the basis of the curriculum, and by agreeing that this would be balanced by a reassuring inclusion of a base of factual information. ) Clarke fastened on to this and commented: The Secretary of State recognises that geography lessons will sometimes deal with conflicting points of view on important geographical issues.
1) of areas, themes and skills. The three elements were seen as being of equal importance and as interactive with each other. Such an apparently basic assertion served to begin the restoration and rehabilitation of place and area studies which, in previous decades, had fallen out of favour as organizing frameworks in many schools. A previous influential revolution in school geography in the 1960s and 1970s had helped to explore spatial patterns and to emphasize similarities rather than differences in geographical studies, but it had led almost to the dismissal of place as a significant factor.
DBS 1991:5). To analyse the effect on the environment of the development of two energy sources (GNC. DBS 1991:26). To recall specific facts relating to the syllabus content and demonstrate locational knowledge within the range of small, regional, national, international and world scales (GCSE syllabuses. NEAB 1995). To recognize alternative value positions and to relate these to the ideologies with which they are associated (Geography Avery Hill GCSE syllabus. WJEC 1995). Key idea: Leisure activities often involve extensive use of land, sometimes in competition with other users (GYSL 1974).