Category «geography»

Coasts & Tourism

Coasts and Tourism Key questions How can the sea affect the land? Should we protect coastal areas from the effects of the sea? Why are tourists attracted to coastal areas? What are the effects of tourism in coastal areas? Unit Outline Lesson Learning objective To justify the importance of tourism in Hunstanton To explain how …

AGTGeography

Welcome to the page for able students and their parents/carers in Geography. Please click here to access the Geography Department’s Guidance Notes for able students in this department. This document contains information on identification of able students, the objectives of the department as a whole for the able student, as well as what enrichment and …

Climatic Hazards

Key questions What can make the climate hazardous? How are climatic hazards formed? How do climatic hazards affect humans and the environment? How can the impacts of climatic hazards be reduced? Unit Outline Lesson Learning objective To understand what can make the climate hazardous To describe and explain the effects of tornadoes and hurricanes To …

Global Issues

Key questions What global issues are affecting my life now and in the future? Unit Outline Lesson Learning objective Homework To describe the relationship between wages and cost of living To explain the reasons for the credit crunch To suggest reasons why fuel prices are rising To evaluate the impacts of where our food comes …

Development and Population

Key questions Why are countries at different levels of development? How can countries improve their level of development? Where and why is the world’s population growing? What are the impacts of population growth? How can population growth be addressed? Unit Outline Lesson Learning objective To exemplify the differences in global (economic) development To compare how …

A-level Geography

At A-level we follow the OCR course. The specification can be found here. OCR’s A Level in Geography aims to encourage learners to develop a range of essential skills for Higher Education and the world of work through content which is relevant to any citizen of the planet in the 21st century. Through exciting topics …

Year 8 Geography

In year 8 students continue to study a wide range of geographical themes concentrating especially on analysing issues in depth.  These pages act as a guide to those units and should also help Year 8 students with their work. Year 8 is the last compulsory year of Geography however many students carry on to study …

Japan

Key questions What is Japan like in terms of its cities, regions, climate? How do natural disasters affect Japan? How has Japan become so wealthy? Unit Outline Lesson Learning objective To locate the key geography features of Japan To compare and contrast the different regions of Japan To compare and contrast the different regions of …

GCSE Geography

At GCSE we study the OCR B (Geography for Enquiring Minds 9-1) syllabus. This can be found here. The specification will engage learners through the exploration of a number of geographical topics encapsulating both the geography of the UK and the rest of the world. Students will be encouraged to make links between topics and …