Can we rely on sources to tell us about Hong Kong?
Keyterms: describe, interpret, source, reliable, evaluate
Title: Hong Kong Sources
Knowledge To build vocabulary relating to describing landscapes, characteristics of landscape from old photos and video.Understanding To recognise that different explanations are possible to explain the same thing. To review to recognise that secondary sources can vary in terms of their reliability and usefulness in telling us about what places were like in the past.
Skills To review and further edit their description and explanation of change on Hong Kong Island
To develop visual literacy relating to interpreting old videos and old photos, orientation of photos
Title: Reliability of Sources
Know: To know the bums on a bench strategy to analyse different sources -who what why where and when?Understanding: To understand that sources vary in their origin usefulness and reliability when telling us about the past
Skills: To interpret and examine the reliability of different historical sources.
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Click here for Hong Kong source interpretation worksheet
Title: How do other people see us?
Knowledge: To know of how places are described in travel guides.
Understand: To understand that a range of features can be included as tourist attractions. To understand that persuasive techniques can be used to make places sound more attractive.
Skills:What is the language and structure of a travel guide- descriptive writing use of adjectives, similes and metaphors etc.
To look at sentence structure related to describing tourist attractions in persuasive writing
In your groups work through one of these power points to find out out about the island you will visit.-each one contains a series of tasks/activities you should complete by next week.
Peng Chau Introduction Peng Chau ppt
Lamma Introduction Lamma ppt
Cheung Chau Introduction Cheung Chau ppt