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Sheffield OS map (20 mins) 1.What is the main land use in grid square 26 85? (1) 2.What is the height of the land at 310 906. (1) 3.Give the 6-fig grid ref of Sheffield cathedral. (1) 4.What is the distance along the A61 between the roundabout at 333 910 and the edge of the map? (2) 5.Identify 4 different pieces of map evidence of tourism in the area West of Easting 30. (4) This means you need to state the example, name, grid reference etc. 5.Hathersage (23 81) is a Honeypot Site in the Peak District National Park. What evidence is there on the map to support this statement? (6) 6.Sheffield has a traffic congestion problem. What map evidence is there to support this statement? (6)
Blakeney Spit OS Map 1. Describe the physical features of the spit shown on the map (this is the area N of northing 45, the main section is marked by line A). (4) N.B. process, sequence, diagram(s). 2. Explain how a spit is formed. (8) 3. What are the main processes of coastal erosion? (4)
Key issues to remember Read the question carefully - check command words Quote places, statistics etc from the map, table, graph, photo… Always use examples from case studies to support your answers - even if not specifically asked for. Physical geog process questions: use properly sequenced annotated diagrams to describe/explain not just words. Pace yourself – each paper is worth 50 marks, you have an hour - approx 1 mark/minute plus reading, thinking time. Be properly equipped – pencil, calculator, ruler etc.
Revision support Revision guides etc on Moodle – updated from time-to-time so check. Practise questions, even those already done in class, tests etc – see if you can improve your answers. Revision lessons in Study Leave. Informal support from Geog staff at other times