Below you will find information on what you have covered during your course and how you will be assessed.
In my mock examination I will be asked to show I can...
- Understand what happens at constructive and destructive boundaries
- Identify the weather conditions associated with tropic storms
- Case study of a UK weather event- causes, impacts and responses
- Name and explain the different types of evidence of climate change
- Global impacts of climate change
- Name different geomorphic processes
- Identify different coastal defences
- Case study of a coastal landscape- features, how it is used by humans, how management has impacted the landscape
- Understand where coral reefs are located
- Define sustainable management
- Show knowledge on how the Arctic or Antarctica is globally managed
- Physical factors that affect development
- Economic measures of development
- Understand the features of bottom up development
- Case study: How is Zambia globally connected?
How will I be assessed?
|Title or Topic||Format||Length||Date|
|Paper 1 – Our Natural World||Multiple choice, short answer questions and case study, extended writing questions||70 minutes||Tue 23 Nov 1.40pm|
|Paper 2- People and Place||Multiple choice, short answer questions and case study, extended writing questions||30 minutes||Mon 29 Nov 11am|
What should I do to revise and prepare for this assessment?
To prepare for this assessment:
- Read through your knowledge organisers. Similar to how you would practice your spellings, look, cover, check.
- Read through KS4 BBC Bitesize and attempt the quiz on ‘Development’
- Read through your exercise books and create revision spider diagrams of key terminology and ideas
- Use Kerboodle (user and password initialsurname for example, erichardson Code ma3) to read over case studies.
What useful websites/resources could I use to help me prepare?
Dynamic Learning theory: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/guides/zxw2cwx/revision/1
Revision video and quiz from the Oak Academy https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/economic-and-social-measures-of-development-65j66d