GCSE Geography for WJEC A Core (häftad)
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GCSE Geography for WJEC A Core (häftad)

GCSE Geography for WJEC A Core

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Help your students develop the abilities required to achieve exam success for the core human and physical geography topics of WJEC GCSE Geography Specification A. Endorsed by WJEC, GCSE Core Geography for WJEC A covers the three core human and three core physical units in the specification. The core content comprises a range of traditional and contemporary themes, inspiring and motivating students to want to learn more. - Encourages students to identify alternative future scenarios and evaluate their sustainability through 'Geography futures' - Helps students prepare for their exam with examination-style questions and exam tips, and advice on the cross-unit task - Enables students to develop their geographical skills of enquiry, analysis and interpretation of evidence through a range of activities - Provides case studies of real places at different scales and at different levels of development - Supports the use of ICT and GIS in the classroom with GIS activities
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Andy Owen is Subject Leader for Geography at Community College, Bishop's Castle, a specialist Humanities College. Jo Pritchard is a Geography teacher at The Bishop of Hereford's Bluecoat School. Colin Lancaster is a Geography teacher at Community College, Bishop's Castle. Jacqui Owen is a postgraduate earth science student at the University of Lancaster.


A The Physical World Theme 1 - Water What are river processes and what landforms do they create? How should rivers be managed? Theme 2 - Climate Change What are the causes and evidence for climate change? What are the alternative futures? Theme 3 - Living in an Active Zone Why are plate margins hazardous? How can the risks associated with volcanic and earthquake zones be reduced? B A Global World Theme 4 - Changing Populations Where do people live? What will happen to the world population? Theme 5 - Globalisation What is globalisation? What are the impacts of globalisation on countries at different levels of development? Theme 6 - Development How are global patterns of development identified? What progress is being made towards achieving the Millennium Development Goals? Glossary Index