How is Alaska different to Cornwall?

In this lesson, we will begin by using geographical vocabulary to describe the landscape in Alaska and Cornwall. We will be learning what physical features are in geography and locating Alaska and Cornwall on a map. We will then be identifying the differences in physical features in Alaska and Cornwall.

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.Which is the largest continent?

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Q2.What is the second largest continent?

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Q3.Which is the third largest continent?

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Q4.Which is the fourth largest continent?

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Q5.What is the third smallest continent?

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Q6.What is the second smallest continent? HINT: We live there!

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Q7.What is the smallest continent?

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Q8.Which continent has the most countries?

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Q9.How many countries are in Europe?
Europe

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Q10.How many people live in Europe?

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Q11.Which country do we live in?

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Q12.How many people live in Africa?
Africa

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Q13.How many countries are in Africa?

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Q14.What is the imaginary line around the earth that goes through Africa?

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Q15.How many countries are in Asia?
Asia

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Q16.How many people live in Asia?

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Q17.What is a mega city?

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Q18.How many countries are in North America?
North America

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Q19.How many people live in North America?

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Q20.Which is the largest country in North America?

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Q21.How many countries are in South America?
South America

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Q22.How many people live in South America?

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Q23.What is the smallest country in South America?

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Q24.How many countries are in Australia?
Australia

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Q25.How many people live in Australia?

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Q26.Is Australia an island?

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Q27.What is Australia also known as?

Select three (3) boxes

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Q28.How many countries are in Antarctica?
Antarctica

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Q29.How many people live in Antarctica?

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Q30.How many countries have territorial claims over parts of the continent?

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Q31.Is it sunny during winter in Antarctica?

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This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.Which is the largest continent?

1/31

Q2.What is the second largest continent?

2/31

Q3.Which is the third largest continent?

3/31

Q4.Which is the fourth largest continent?

4/31

Q5.What is the third smallest continent?

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Q6.What is the second smallest continent? HINT: We live there!

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Q7.What is the smallest continent?

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Q8.Which continent has the most countries?

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Q9.How many countries are in Europe?
Europe

9/31

Q10.How many people live in Europe?

10/31

Q11.Which country do we live in?

11/31

Q12.How many people live in Africa?
Africa

12/31

Q13.How many countries are in Africa?

13/31

Q14.What is the imaginary line around the earth that goes through Africa?

14/31

Q15.How many countries are in Asia?
Asia

15/31

Q16.How many people live in Asia?

16/31

Q17.What is a mega city?

17/31

Q18.How many countries are in North America?
North America

18/31

Q19.How many people live in North America?

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Q20.Which is the largest country in North America?

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Q21.How many countries are in South America?
South America

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Q22.How many people live in South America?

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Q23.What is the smallest country in South America?

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Q24.How many countries are in Australia?
Australia

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Q25.How many people live in Australia?

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Q26.Is Australia an island?

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Q27.What is Australia also known as?

Select three (3) boxes

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Q28.How many countries are in Antarctica?
Antarctica

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Q29.How many people live in Antarctica?

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Q30.How many countries have territorial claims over parts of the continent?

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Q31.Is it sunny during winter in Antarctica?

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How is Alaska different to Cornwall?

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Q1.Is a 'house' a human or physical feature?

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Q2.Is a 'river' a human or physical feature?

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Q3.Is a 'mountain' a human or physical feature?

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Q4.Is a 'shop' a human or physical feature?

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This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

Quiz:

How is Alaska different to Cornwall?

Don’t worry if you get a question wrong! Forgetting is an important step in learning. We will recap next lesson.

Q1.Is a 'house' a human or physical feature?

1/4

Q2.Is a 'river' a human or physical feature?

2/4

Q3.Is a 'mountain' a human or physical feature?

3/4

Q4.Is a 'shop' a human or physical feature?

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