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Thomas Jolyffe Primary School

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This week we are continuing with our Geography topic, Understanding Brazil. 

 

Monday 1st February 

How do experiences within Rio de Janeiro differ?

 

In this lesson we will recap our knowledge of the seven continents in the world, before zooming into South America and locating Brazil. We are going to look at a case study of Rio de Janeiro, and the different experiences people have in different parts of the city.

 

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Tuesday 2nd February 

How are populations within Brazil moving?

 

In this lesson we will recap our knowledge of the seven continents in the world, before zooming into South America and locating Brazil. We are going to look at the population of Brazil and explore the reasons why some people are choosing to move from rural areas to urban areas.

 

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Wednesday 3rd February 

What is the weather like in Brazil?

 

In this lesson we will recap our knowledge of the seven continents in the world, before zooming into South America and locating Brazil. We are going to look at the different seasonal weather patterns in Brazil.

 

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Thursday 4th February

How is the weather in Brazil different than the UK?

 

In this lesson we will recap our knowledge of the seven continents in the world and locating Brazil on a map. We will then look at weather patterns in the UK and compare these to the different weather we explored in Brazil last lesson.

 

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Friday 5th February 

Who lives in the Amazon Rainforest?

 

In this lesson we will recap our knowledge of the seven continents in the world and locating Brazil on a map. We will then zoom into the north western region of Brazil and look at an example of a community living in the Amazon rainforest.

 

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