Year 2

What makes up a city?

In this lesson, we will be learning all about cities. We will explore the different types of land use, including residential areas and industrial areas, as well as how cities grow and develop.

Year 2

What makes up a city?

In this lesson, we will be learning all about cities. We will explore the different types of land use, including residential areas and industrial areas, as well as how cities grow and develop.

Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. What land uses are found in a city.
  2. What the purpose of these different land uses are.

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5 Questions

Q1.
What type of settlement pattern is this?
An image in a quiz
Dispersed
Isolated
Linear
Correct answer: Nuclear
Q2.
What type of settlement pattern is this?
An image in a quiz
Dispersed
Correct answer: Isolated
Linear
Nuclear
Q3.
What type of settlement pattern is this?
An image in a quiz
Dispersed
Isolated
Correct answer: Linear
Nuclear
Q4.
Which type of settlements began to develop during the industrial revolution?
Campsites
Correct answer: Cities
Coastal towns
Villages
Q5.
What type of settlement pattern is this?
An image in a quiz
Correct answer: Dispersed
Isolated
Linear
Nuclear

6 Questions

Q1.
Approximately how many people live on the planet today?
Correct answer: 8 billion
8 million
8 trillion
8,000
Q2.
Which of these settlement types is the biggest?
Correct answer: City
Town
Village
Q3.
Which of these areas would you most likely find within a city
Correct answer: A commercial area
A lake
A theme park
Farmland
Correct answer: Residential areas
Q4.
New York City uses a 'block' system for its streets.
False
Correct answer: True
Q5.
Which of these countries has the most people living in it?
Australia
Correct answer: China
India
The USA
Q6.
New York City is in South America.
Correct answer: False
True