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What sport is played here
What sport is played here
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007  which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007 which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007  which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007 which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007  which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007 which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007  which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007 which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007  which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007 which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007  which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007 which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007  which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007 which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007  which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007 which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007  which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007 which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007  which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007 which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007  which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007 which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007  which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007 which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007  which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007 which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007  which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007 which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007  which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007 which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007  which one
These flags are linked to a major sporting event of 2007 which one
Sport and Geography Steven Chubb University of Cumbria

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1Sport and Geography Steven Chubb 16sense of place, country focus, location of
University of Cumbria. Image of football places within Germany, data analysis,
globe removed for copyright reasons. links between GNP/development and success,
2Sport does it matter? Football fair-trade issues, global inequality
images removed for copyright reasons. issues, stadium location. Links to scale.
3What sport is played here? Where is 17General pupil feedback (noted by
this? staff). Generally positive and engaged.
4Answer: Cricket - Sher-e-Bangla Cant wait to start that unit Gender
Stadium, Bangladesh Sport gives feedback 5 schools noted boys are more
Geography teachers an opportunityto enthusiastic, 1 noted girls prefer
challenge negative stereotypical images Olympics, boys World Cup 1 school noted
and to help students reconstruct their girls of Asian heritage appeared to show
perceptions (Roberts, 2006; 61). least interest. Other schools noticed no
5Sporting teams and nicknames. Match differences in feedback from different
the team to the name: The Hatters ethnic groups or the samples were too
Morecambe The Shrimps Sheffield The Blades small.
Plymouth The Pilgrims Pittsburgh The 18Positive feedback It is relevant and
Cobblers Macclesfield The Steelers Luton can motivate Can be a strong motivator
The Silkmen Yeovil The Glovers Northampton to some disaffected pupils Pupils enjoy
Do sporting nicknames have any it as they have some existing
geographical consequence? knowledge.doesnt seem like Geography
6These flags are linked to a major Girls enjoy it and boys dont think it is
sporting event of 2007 which one? Which Geography Very engaged even the girls
is the odd flag out? Why? Very good great on place knowledge
7Answer: Teams competing in 2007 Very positive from 90% but there is
Cricket World Cup. Odd one out various always 10% who hate football Generally
possibilities: The Netherlands West Indies positive but no more than for anything
England, Scotland Links to globalisation, else. Some pupils clearly indifferent to
diffusion, colonialism, nature of football.
states/nations. 19Less positive feedback Reasons given
8Sport and Geography advocates. for not using QCA World Sport module: Not
Sport is an autobiographical slice of the enough curriculum time to fit everything
larger world we occupylike work, family, in (x4) Not aware of its existence (x2)
education and the arts, sport is integral Sport...not of great interest to some
to our social and cultural structure teaching staff Reluctantas it is a
(Raitz, 1995; 9) The traditional neglect girls school Reasons given for no
of sports by geographers is paradoxical curricular time allocated to World Cup
sport is a major aspect of economic, 2006: No room in the curriculum (x3)
social and political life (Bale, 2003, 2) Against further incorporation of sport in
Sport is closely linked to the global future: Over reliance on sport threatens
political economy and international state the broader identity of Geography GCSE
system. (It) is also closely related to content already full Too many other
cultural, racial, ethnic and gender topics that deserve study Interesting
identity. Sport is becoming recognized as but a limited amount of time is
an important means by which fundamental available.
geographical concepts can be taught at 20Thoughts so far and future directions.
various educational levels (De Chano and Value of using sport as way of engaging
Shelley, 2004, 185). pupils in geography at KS3 seems to be
9Potential for sport in school increasingly recognised in schools,
geography. Major sporting events offer however: Over-reliance on football as an
significant opportunities for learning to example off-putting to some?
take place in geographythe level of Reservations amongst some pupils and staff
interest shown by the students is often Use of major events as a treat
highsporting events provide excellent doesnt seem like geography. Still a
examples of geography in action. This in gimmick? Curriculum development ideas
turn enables teachers to demonstrate the and resources needed? How can sport
relevance and importance of geography in contribute to future curriculum change at
the modern world. (Rawding, 1999, 33) KS3/4? Next step - detailed interviews
Sustainability is a concept that students with selected departments and with pupils
tend to find either rather vague or in the summer term. Olympics focus?
difficult. Using sport to teach the 21Final thoughts This short unit of
concept (ie Sydney Olympics, 2000) can work on the World Cupwill go some way to
make some concrete sense of the more keeping the year 9 students interested for
abstract aspects. (Digby, 2007;76). a few months. Football is, of course, just
10Sport and the new KS3 curriculum. Key a tool (Hudd, 2006; 57) When I started
concepts Place Space Scale studying sport I tended to use it to teach
Interdependence Physical and Human geography. I found that allusions to
processes Environmental interaction and sport, a pervasive feature of modern
sustainability Cultural understanding and society, helped motivate my students and
diversity To what extent can sport make my geography classes more
contribute? interesting. I realise now that I was
11Sport and Geography initial tending to devalue sport by reducing it to
questions. With increasing awareness of the level of a teaching gimmick. (Bale,
the possibilities and new resources, are 1989; cited in 2003 edition, xi).
more schools using sport as a resource to 22References. Bale, J (2000) Sportscapes
teach Geography at KS3? If so, what are Sheffield: G.A. publications Bale, J
the reasons for using sport? Which sports (2003) Sports Geography (2nd edition)
are they using? Why? Is it a gimmick or London: Routledge Cloke, P. et al. (1999)
are they taking it seriously? Why might Introducing Human Geography London: Arnold
this topic not be used? How do pupils Dear, M (1988) The Post-modern challenge:
respond to this area of Geography? reconstructing human geography, TIBG,
12Sport and Geography in school what vol. 13, no. 3, p. 262 De Chano, L &
is the local situation? Postal survey of Shelley, F (2004) Using sports to teach
partnership schools in Cumbria, Lancashire geography, Journal of Geography, vol.
and North Yorkshire. 25 schools responded 103, no. 5, p. 185 Digby, B (2007)
(16 L, 4 C, 5 unknown) 20 felt they had Teaching about the Olympics, Teaching
given time to study World Cup 2006 15 felt Geography, 32, 2, p. 73 Holloway, S. et
they included some sport geography at al. (eds) (2003) Key Concepts in Geography
KS3 11 mentioned Geog.1 as key resource 8 London: Sage Hudd, B (2006) Who will win
used/referred to QCA SoW module World the 2006 World Cup?, Teaching Geography,
Sport No obvious link with school type vol. 31, no. 2, p. 57 Jackson, P (2006)
perhaps HoD is the key influence? Football Thinking Geographically. Geography,
most popular example lack of resources Autumn 2006, p.199 Johnston, R et al.
for other sports? (eds.) (1994) Dictionary of Human
13 Geography (3rd edition) Oxford: Blackwell
14 Rawding, C (1999) World Cup Geography,
15Prominence of football? Teacher Teaching Geography, vol. 24, no.1, p. 30
interest Pupil interest Resource Roberts, M (2006) World Cup Challenge,
availability Topical (World Cup) Links to Teaching Geography, vol. 31, no. 2, p. 60
local team (largely Blackburn Rovers) Scott, J & Simpson-Housley, P. (1989)
Global sport Good for sense of place Relativizing the relativizers: on the
development. post-modern challenge to human geography,
16Why teach about the World Cup? Skills, TIBG, vol. 14, no. 2, p. 231.
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