Text Ancient China: geography - challenge

TLF ID M012366

This is a game entitled 'Where do I live?' in which the user matches a set of four people and animals to the areas in China where they live. The challenge is based on understanding the different geographical features of seven regions and two river basins in China and identifying which of these matches the habitats of the four people and animals. When the correct match is made, the person or animal is identified as being 'at home'. The game can be played repeatedly with various combinations of people and animals appearing.

Educational details

Educational value
  • This is a useful resource for the China option in the Asian world depth study in the year 7 history curriculum. It is particularly useful for the study's content description about the physical features of China such as the Yellow River. It reinforces students' understanding of the great diversity of terrain in China.
  • It may also have some value in helping students attain the achievement standard in year 7 history, especially the elements that refer to students identifying and selecting a range of sources and locating, comparing and using information to answer inquiry questions.
Year level


Learning area
  • History
  • Humanities and Social Sciences

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  • Name: Trustees of the British Museum
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  • Name: Trustees of the British Museum
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  • Name: Education Services Australia Ltd
  • Organisation: Education Services Australia Ltd
  • Address: AUSTRALIA
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  • Image
  • Interactive
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