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Changing and Managing Places - Geography Word Wall Vocabulary



48 changing and managing places vocabulary cards.

Display and use these Changing and Managing Places Word Wall Vocabulary cards around your room to immerse your students in the content specific vocabulary when exploring how places are changed and managed by people.

There is a blank sheet provided at the end for any extra words that your students may want to add.

Words include:

green space, industrial zone, human influence, human impact, town planning, sustainable use, residential zone, physical growth, physical feature, natural hazard, people, managed, places, national, settlement, rural, flood, cyclone, bushfire, recovery, preparedness, prevention, response, management, disaster, cause and effect, case study, built elements, human characteristics, geographical challenge, environmental characteristics, population density, Standard Emergency Warning Signal (SEWS), local government, area, natural disaster, natural event, commercial, urban, interrelationship, tropical, pollution, Tropics, land use, zoning, vegetation, communities and environment.

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Changing and Managing Places - Geography Vocabulary

green space industrial zone human influence
human impact town planning sustainable use
residential zone physical growth physical feature
natural hazard people managed
places national settlement
rural flood cyclone
bushfire recovery preparedness
prevention response management
disaster cause and effect case study
built elements human characteristics geographical challenge
environmental characteristics population density Standard Emergency Warning Signal (SEWS)
local government area natural disaster
natural event commercial urban
interrelationship tropical pollution
Tropics land use zoning
vegetation communities environment
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  • Thank you for providing unit-specific resources. This will make word-walls faster, teaching prettier (the cards look great = greater engagement) and my room will be inspection-ready.

    Comment by Charmaine Rogato on June 26, 2014 at 7:07 pm


    • No problem Charmaine, thanks for your feedback!

      Comment by Teach Starter on June 28, 2014 at 6:01 pm


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