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Measuring time

Year 7 students became time-travellers in Geography this week and learnt some history in their Geography lesson - a history of the Earth that is!

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Over a period of roughly 600 million years, Earth has changed and seen many different climates, animal evolution and continental division, collision and shaping which leaves us in our current state today.

Year 7 students took this concept outside the classroom in their lessons this week by translating the timeline of the Earth's evolution onto the corridor floor - with the help of some calculators, a mini lesson about percentage calculations, a measuring tape, paper, pens and a good deal of imagination - and produced a 25 metre long history of our planet Earth.

This type of exercise is good for visual learners to understand the timescale of their planet - and takes the meaning of the phrase 'measuring time' to a whole new level.

 

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Head of Geography / KS3 - IB Geography / 8MS Form Tutor

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