003 - Humanities Passport

To make a passport which shows your historical and geographical background. 

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What is a passport?

What is a Passport Card?


Activity

You will develop a passport that will include four key elements to it:
  • Background information about you.
  • A world map showing where you were born/lived/visited
  • Timeline of your life
  • Information about the favourite places you have visited/lived
Each element will be at least one page of A5.

Section One - The Fact File
  1. A photo of yourself
  2. Passport details of yourself - age/ siblings/ parents/ nationality/ languages spoken/ pets/ interests/ likes and dislikes etc.
Section Two - World Map

How to Draw a World Map


  1. Sketch an outline of a world map - do remember to include all the key things you have learnt about maps (scale, key, title, compass points, box)
  2. On the map mark on where you were born and all the places you have lived.
  3. Mark on the map all the towns and cities you have visited. 
Section Three - Timeline
Timeline
  • What is wrong with the timeline above?
  1. Draw a timeline for your life. Mark on when you were born, when you moved houses/schools/countries, when any siblings were born, pets bought, favourite places you have visited, memorial events etc.
  2. Do remember to include a scale and a title.
Section Four - Extra Information
  1. Choose two places you really enjoyed visiting and describe why it was fun to go there. 
  2. Include photographs of the areas.
  3. Also complete a page for Geneva by suggesting sites to visit and places to eat.

Assessment

  • You will be graded using assessment criterion A and D.
 Achievement Levels Criteria A - Knowing and Understanding
 3 - 4
  • Shows knowledge of facts and ideas through simple descriptions, explanations and examples
 5 - 6
  • Shows good knowledge of facts and ideas through descriptions, explanations and examples
 7 - 8
  • Shows detailed knowledge of facts and ideas through descriptions, explanations and examples

 Achievement Levels Criteria D - Communicating

 3 - 4
  • Communicates information and ideas in a way that is sometimes clear to others
  • Organizes information sometimes in the order needed for the task
  • Includes a list of sources of information that sometimes follows the task instructions

 
5 - 6
  • Communicates information and ideas in a way that is often clear to others
  • Organizes information often in the order needed for the task
  • Creates a list of the sources of information that often follows the task instructions
 
7 - 8
  • Communicates information and ideas in a way that is clear to others
  • Organizes information completely in the order needed for the task
  • Creates a list of sources of information that follows the task instructions