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SECTION A – Population or Settlement 1. Population a. Make a list of Key geographical terms and their definitions. i. Use the glossary and bold words in the appropriate chapters from the textbooks: Understanding GCSE Geography and geog.GCSE. Also your revision guide. b. Where do people live and why? – Distribution and density. c. World population growth d. Demographic Transition Model e. Population pyramids – case studies i. MEDC – UK ii. LEDC - Kenya f. Problems associated with high dependency levels – young and elderly dependents g. Managing Population growth i. One Child policy in China ii. Women’s education – Kerala, India h. Types of migration i. Push and pull factors j. Case studies: i. US Mexico border.

2. Settlement a. Make a list of Key geographical terms and their definitions. i. Use the glossary and bold words in the appropriate chapters from the textbooks: Understanding GCSE Geography and geog.GCSE. Also your revision guide. b. Learn your case studies i. Site situation function of settlements – St Albans and Malton or Harpenden fieldwork ii. Inner city redevelopment – London Docklands also here iii. CBD Redevelopment – Birmingham iv. Urbanisation in LEDC’s, problems and solutions – Rio de Janeiro, Cairo

SECTION B – Agriculture or Industry 3. Agriculture a. Make a list of Key geographical terms and their definitions. i. Use the glossary and bold words in the appropriate chapters from the textbooks: Understanding GCSE Geography and geog.GCSE. Also your revision guide. b. Farming as a system c. Classifying farming d. Distribution of farming types – global and the UK e. Farming and the European Union i. History ii. Successes and failures iii. Recent changes to policy  Quotas and single payment system  Set-aside  ESA’s  Diversification f. Farming in LEDCs i. Pastoral/Subsistence farming – Pokot region, Kenya ii. Cash crops/subsistence farming - Ghana iii. Plantations – Banana, Ecuador iv. Subsistence rice growing – Malaysia v. The Green Revolution – Malaysia/India vi. New Cash crops – flowers in Kenya. g. Farming and the environment i. Soil erosion ii. Loss of habitats iii. Eutrophication iv. Desertification v. Salinisation from intensive irrigation

4. Industry a. Make a list of Key geographical terms and their definitions. i. Use the glossary and bold words in the appropriate chapters from the textbooks: Understanding GCSE Geography and geog.GCSE. Also your revision guide. b. Learn your case studies i. Industrial location – S. Wales (primary & secondary industry), Teesside (secondary industry) Footloose industries ii. Changing location – Iron and steel industry iii. Industry in LEDC’s/TNC’s – Ford India iv. NIC’s – South Korea v. Science parks

SECTION C – Managing resources or Development 5. Managing Resources a. Make a list of Key geographical terms and their definitions. i. Use the glossary and bold words in the appropriate chapters from the textbooks: Understanding GCSE Geography and geog.GCSE. Also your revision guide. b. Pattern of world use of resources c. Distribution of global energy uses i. Renewable ii. Non-renewable iii. Issues with nuclear power d. Pollution issues: where, why, how, impacts and international moves to resolve i. Ozone layer depletion ii. Acid rain iii. Global warming e. Problems to international cooperation. f. Tourism/leisure industry i. Patterns of growth ii. Reasons of growth iii. Types of holidays g. Tourist resorts change overtime – Butler’s model h. National Parks in the UK i. What, where and who owns what? ii. Conflicts and impacts i. Tourism in LEDCs – Thailand and Kenya i. Form of development ii. Disadvantages of tourism iii. Ecotourism j. Fragile environment i. Antarctica – should we develop?

6. Development a. Make a list of Key geographical terms and their definitions. i. Use the glossary and bold words in the appropriate chapters from the textbooks: Understanding GCSE Geography and geog.GCSE. Also your revision guide. b. Learn your case studies i. Factors influencing development - various ii. Providing a safe water supply – Egypt and Ghana iii. Food supply and demand – Niger iv. Primary product dependency – Bananas Ecuador, Dominican republic v. Types of aid - Ghana Useful websites The student room – geography revision notes http://www.s-cool.co.uk/gcse/geography.html http://www.geography.learnontheinternet.co.uk/gcse/index.ht ml http://gorgeousgeography.wordpress.com/gcse/

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