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www.learnanywhere.co.uk

Geography at Key Stage 2

Unit 9:

Village settlers

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Unit 9: Village settlers

Where did early settlers choose to settle?

Near forests for firewood and hunting animals for food.

Near rivers or streams so they had access to water for drinking and washing

Near hills so that they could keep watch for enemies

Unit 9: Village settlers

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Unit 9: Village settlers

How can we identify early settlements?

Names of towns and villages sometimes have clues that show that they were early settlements. Here are some examples:

Unit 9: Village settlers

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Unit 9: Village settlers

How can we identify early settlements?

Use an atlas to try and find villages with names

which suggest they were early settlements.

Choose three or four to concentrate on.

What are the villages like today?

What features do they have? (look on the map for the symbols for churches, schools, hospitals, etc.)

How are they linked with other villages and towns?

Why do you think these villages were good sites for early settlers?

Think about nearby resources like streams, hills, forests, etc.

Unit 9: Village settlers

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Unit 9: Village settlers

Using grid references

A B C D E

1

2

3

4

Bungley is at

D1

Charby is at

A4

Where are Tornton and Whitwell?

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Unit 9: Village settlers

Testing your skills

Try this game to test your grid reference skills. You play in pairs, and each person has a map of the area.

One peron names a

building or feature.

The second person

has to find it on the

map and give the grid

reference.

The first player checks

to see that they have got

it right.

Now swap places!

Where is the… church?

The church is in D 5

That’s right!

Unit 9: Village settlers

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