Presentation on theme: "Analysing a Significant Contemporary Event from a Geographic Perspective: Achievement Standard 91428 Year 13 Geography."— Presentation transcript:
1Analysing a Significant Contemporary Event from a Geographic Perspective: Achievement Standard 91428Year 13 Geography
2Internal Assessment AS90703 Analyse a significant contemporary event from a geographic perspective - 3 CreditsAchievementAchievement with MeritAchievement with ExcellenceAnalyse a significant contemporary event from a geographic perspective.Analyse in depth a significant contemporary event from a geographic perspective.Analyse comprehensively a significant contemporary event from a geographic perspective.Student Assessment Guidelines:Rhythm and Vines is a three day music event held in Gisborne each year. It takes place over the New Year period and attracts a wide range of musicians, bands and concert goers to the region. During this internal assessment you will be analysing the planning and decision making that occurs in order to make this event run. Impacts of the events will be explained and evaluated.
3Cover Sheet and Authenticity Statement AS CreditsStudent Name: ________________________________________________I declare that the answers provided in this assessment are my own, and that I did not copy off any other student or get any answers off other students. I also declare that my work is not a direct copy of previously published material.Signature of student: ____________________________________Teacher Code: (circle):For Teacher Use: Date: Time:
4Assessment 90703Task 1: Outline the nature of this contemporary event.QuestionResources1A - What is the purpose and significance of the event?- Identify the purpose of R and V- Explain why R and V is significant to the city of Gisborne.10 Years of R and VR&V 2013 Journalist Recap – 3 News1B - What are the specific features or characteristics of the event?- Describe the specific features of and characteristics of the event e.g. demographic, length, accommodation, time of year and acts who attend.Rhythm and Vines History1C - What is the spatial nature of the event?- Create an annotated map which describes the spatial nature of the event. e.g. location, size and distance from Gisborne CBD and residential areas.Waiohika Estate, Gisborne, East Coast, New ZealandResource Consent Application
5Assessment 90703Task 2: Explain in detail and evaluate the planning and decision-making involved in the event.QuestionResources2A – What steps are involved in the Planning of R and V?Create a flow chart that outlines the main steps in the event planning process – provide a specific example for each.Resource Consent ApplicationA guide to organising an eventR and V Planning Group2B - What are the potential environmental impacts?Complete an Assessment of the Environmental Effects report that has specific examples (three) of potential impacts on the natural or cultural environment.2C – How have the RMA requirements been complied with?Provide specific examples of RMA compliance that organisers have had to adhere to.Geog 315 Research Report (see appendix)2D - What are the strengths and weaknesses of the Planning Process for R and V?Consider the strengths and weaknesses of the planning that has been involved in the R and V festival. How have these contributed to the success or otherwise of the event?
6Task 3: Explaining and Evaluating the Impacts of R and V Impacts/ DefinitionResource3A - Social Impacts - Refers to how people are impacted personally. It could include their happiness, well being, whether or not they feel positively or negatively about an issue.Mitigating* the Social Impacts* to make less severeArrests at Rhythm and Vines VideoArrests at Rhythm and Vines Newspaper ArticleCrowd BehaviourSee appendix 3 pages 7 to 183B - Environmental Impacts - Looks at how the land, water, soil and air quality will or could be impacted by the hosting of a large event.Explain and Evaluate the Environmental Impacts of the R and V festival.opening paragraphSee appendix 3 pages 5,6 and 73C - Economic Impacts - Focuses more on the dollar value an impact could have. Will people be better off or not if an event is carried out.Explain and Evaluate how significant the economic impact of the R and V festival is for the Gisborne region?Local Businesses Profit from R and VSee appendix 1 and 2