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Content description VCGGC071

Geography / Levels 3 and 4 / Geographical Concepts and Skills / Place, space and interconnection
Content description
Identify and describe the characteristics of places in different locations at a range of scales
  1. identifying the major natural features of Australia, such as rivers, deserts, rainforests, the Great Dividing Range and the Great Barrier Reef and describing them with annotations on a map
  2. researching the main types of natural vegetation and native animals in a climate zone in Australia and comparing them with those found in a similar climate in Africa or South America
  3. identifying and locating examples of the main climatic types in Australia and the world, for example, equatorial, tropical, arid, semi-arid, temperate and Mediterranean
  4. discussing the similarities and differences in the types of work and other activities people do in their own place with a different type of place in Australia and a place in another country
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