Geography

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understanding our planet, its people, and its processes, will enable us to ... The Restless Earth. Volcanoes and ... The Living World. Rainforests. Deciduous ...

GCSE Geography

Why study Geography? Geography is important because understanding our planet, its people, and its processes, will enable us to preserve and protect it for future generations. What is more important than that?

What will you study? Paper One worth 37.5% - Physical Geography

The Restless Earth Earthquakes

Tsunamis Volcanoes and Supervolcanoes

What will you study? Paper One worth 37.5% - Physical Geography

The Living World

Deciduous forests Rainforests Deserts

What will you study? Paper One worth 37.5% - Physical Geography

The Coastal Zone

What will you study? Paper Two worth 37.5% - Human Geography

Population Change The causes and consequences

What will you study? Paper Two worth 37.5% - Human Geography

Changing Urban Environments Squatter Settlements

Cities and their problems

What will you study? Paper Two worth 37.5% - Human Geography

The Development Gap LEDC’s and the issues they face

What will you study? Controlled Assessment worth 25%

Independent research project where you will take part in a field trip.

Why study Geography? In addition to knowing about our planet and its people, those who study geography will learn to think critically, develop research skills and communicate their views and opinions effectively. All skills which are highly valued in all careers.

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