3. Range and content
This section outlines the breadth of the subject on which teachers should draw when teaching the key concepts and key processes.
The study of geography should include:
- a variety of scales, from personal, local, regional, national, international and continental, to global
- a range of investigations, focusing on places, themes or issues
- the location of places and environments
- key aspects of the UK, including its changing human and physical geography, current issues and its place in the world today
- different parts of the world in their wider settings and contexts, including the European Union and regions or countries in different states of development
- physical geography, physical processes and natural landscapes
- human geography, built and managed environments and human processes
- interactions between people and their environments, including causes and consequences of these interactions, and how to plan for and manage their future impact.