Tuesday - South America Project
Today you’ll continue to learn about how to use secondary sources e.g. internet, books, maps to find out about South America. You’ll remember that we saw primary sources when we visited Imperial War Museum, London and also some original letters from men who fought during WWI.
This week you will continue to find out about South America. I have heard about lots of really interesting ways you have been researching your information and also presenting it!
Please watch the clips below about South America to refresh your memory...
The project can be presented in any format you wish e.g. poster, power point, leaflet, fact file, news report, non-chronological report etc.
But it must include information on:
- Which hemisphere South America is in
- Longitude and latitude of some of the major cities
- Major rivers
- Habitats and wildlife (science link)
Other things you could research:
- What type of crops and goods does the country grow and export (trade)?
- What are the main some of the main tourist attractions (tourism)?
- Culture - traditional dance,traditional clothes, food
- Social geography - population sizes, jobs, education systems
- other physical features - mountains, lakes
- What significant bridges there are
- Natural disasters - Earthquakes, volcanoes etc.