This survey will help inform research about when children first learn certain words relating to Geography. The results will feed into the development of a larger international research study in the area.  All survey results will be anonymous and treated with the strictest of confidence and in line with the Data Protection Act. Your participation is voluntary and you can withdraw from this survey at any time. If you wish to take part please complete the survey below.  Please note, completing this survey indicates your consent to participation. If you have any queries please contact Professor Peter Tymms: Peter.Tymms@CEM.dur.ac.uk

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* 1. Are you a primary school teacher?

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* 2. Do you teach in England?

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* 3. Position: Please click the circle which shows when you think that children generally first learn the words.

  Before school Reception KS1 KS2 Later or never
Home
Village
Town
District
State
Country
World
Planet
Solar System
Galaxy
Universe
Location
Situation

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* 4. Maps: Please click a circle to show when you think that children generally first learn the words

  Before school Reception KS1 kS2 Later or never
North
South
Map
Scale
Legend
Globe
Island
Path
Road
Longitude
Latitude
Equator

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* 5. Distance: Please click the circle to show when you think that children generally first learn the words

  Before school Reception KS1 kS2 Later ot never
Near
Far
Distant
Meter
Centimeter
Millimeter
Light year
Close
Adjacent
Knots
Kilometer

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* 6. Physical: Please click the circle which shows when you think that children generally first learn the words

  Before school Reception KS1 KS2 Later or never
Volcano
Earthquake
Lava
Flow
Crust
Tectonic plate
Stream
Tributary
River
Erosion
Deposits
Ox-bow lake
Lake
Igneous
Metamorphic
Sedimentary

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* 7. Human: Please click the circle which shows  when you think that children generally first learn the words

  Before school Reception KS1 KS2 Later or never
Space
Environment
Rural
Urban
Countryside
Deprived
Affluent
Rich
Poor
Farming
Agriculture
Industrial
Nomad
Sea level
Harvest
Unemployed

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