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Content description VCGGK068

Geography / Foundation to Level 2 / Geographical Knowledge / Places and our connections to them
Content description
Natural, managed and constructed features of places, their location and how they change
  1. identifying the places they live in and belong to and places they are familiar with, for example, a neighbourhood, suburb, town or rural locality and describing their features
  2. recounting Aboriginal Dreaming stories and/or Legends of the Torres Strait that identify the natural features of a place
  3. using observations to identify and describe natural features (for example, hills, rivers, native vegetation), managed features (for example, farms, parks, gardens, plantation forests) and constructed features (for example, roads, buildings) of the local place, and locating them on a map
  4. using observations and/or photographs to identify changes in natural, managed and constructed features in their place. For example, recent erosion, revegetated areas, planted crops or new buildings
  5. identifying constructed features such as eel traps and exploring activities in local rivers and lakes
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