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1 Similarities and Differences Revision Guide for Year 11

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5 What do I need to know? ‘Your Place’ WEST BRIGFORD, NOTTINGHAM. ENGLAND You know this place very well as you live here, go to school here and generally spend a lot of your time here. However we have looked at some bits you might not have thought about – or even noticed… A ‘Contrasting Place’ MUMBAI,INDIA Life here is very different, scarily so. You will need to develop a feeling for the way of life in this ‘alien’ environment

6 What are the contrasts shown within this picture? Eg: greenery, high rise flats, slums, modern, old, affluent, poor…. Eg: greenery, high rise flats, slums, modern, old, affluent, poor….

7 Nottingham and Mumbai Nottingham and Mumbai Cities of contrast? Cities of contrast? Housing type, communication, affluence and the like. Compare the slums, the CBD, the suburbs in both cities.

8 De-limiting Nottingham Map Map De-limiting: locating precisely where a place is. What do these maps show? Talk about the communication links. What are the links with the rest of the world?

9 De-limiting Mumbai map map Make sure that you can pick out the physical and human factors.

10 Perceptions What are your perceptions of your place and your contrasting place? What are your perceptions of your place and your contrasting place? Where did you get the information from? How reliable is the source? What is the purpose of the source? (advertising, factual, film) Where did you get the information from? How reliable is the source? What is the purpose of the source? (advertising, factual, film) What are other peoples perceptions? What are other peoples perceptions? How do they differ and why? How do they differ and why?

11 If you can answer the following questions you are well on the way to answering the exam questions. If you can answer the following questions you are well on the way to answering the exam questions.

12 Background UK UK Population Population Land size Land size Population density Population density Urban population Urban population Rural population Rural population GDP GDP India India Population Land size Population density Urban population Rural population GDP For stats visit:

13 Industry Nottingham Nottingham Primary industry Primary industry Secondary industry Secondary industry Tertiary industry Tertiary industry Quaternary industry Quaternary industry Mumbai Mumbai Primary industry Secondary industry Tertiary industry Quaternary industry

14 Physical Geography Nottingham Nottingham Climate Climate Landscape Landscape Relief Relief Temperate climate Temperate climate Mumbai Mumbai Climate Landscape Relief Monsoon climate

15 Housing Nottingham Nottingham Quality of life Quality of life Type of housing Type of housing Education Education Prospects (Class?) Prospects (Class?) Mumbai Mumbai Quality of life Type of housing Education Prospects (Social rank)

16 Crime Nottingham Nottingham Crime Mapper Crime Mapper Mumbai Mumbai Terrorism

17 The Future Nottingham Nottingham Changes Changes Population change Population change Industry Industry Housing Housing Mumbai Mumbai Changes Population change Industry Housing

18 Global links Nottingham Nottingham Personal Personal Economic Economic Trade Trade Imports Imports Exports Exports Mumbai Mumbai Personal Economic Trade

19 Personal impressions Nottingham Nottingham Do you know what ‘your place’ is? Do you know what ‘your place’ is? What are your views of where you live? What are your views of where you live? What influences these opinions? What influences these opinions? How would you change ‘your place’? How would you change ‘your place’? Mumbai Mumbai What are your views of your non-UK place? Where did you get those views from? Were your initial opinions accurate? What were your misconceptions?

20 Other perspectives Nottingham Nottingham How do peoples views differ? How do peoples views differ? Do younger people have a different view to older people? Do younger people have a different view to older people? How does wealth and education impact on opinions of the place? How does wealth and education impact on opinions of the place? Mumbai Mumbai How does the view of the rich vary from that of the slum dwellers? Does everyone have a fair ‘bite at the cherry’? How do different groups opinions of the future vary?

21 Exam Issues You will have a series of resources about a UK place and a Contrasting (probably an LEDC place) You will have a series of resources about a UK place and a Contrasting (probably an LEDC place) YOU WILL NOT HAVE STUDIED THIS PLACE. YOU WILL NOT HAVE STUDIED THIS PLACE. These include- maps, photos, graphs and view points. These include- maps, photos, graphs and view points. The first questions will be asking you about general issues regarding this place- using the information supplied. The first questions will be asking you about general issues regarding this place- using the information supplied. These are called data response questions- like the ones we have done through-out the GCSE course. These are called data response questions- like the ones we have done through-out the GCSE course.

22 Exam questions for Nottingham Describe the location of ‘your place’. (3 marks) Describe the location of ‘your place’. (3 marks) For ‘your place’, name and describe three different leisure facilities or cultural activities which are available for local residents and visitors. (3 marks) For ‘your place’, name and describe three different leisure facilities or cultural activities which are available for local residents and visitors. (3 marks) Describe how you feel about living in ‘your place’. Give reasons for your answer. Explain, using examples, why other groups of people may not feel the same as you about ‘your place’. (6 marks) Describe how you feel about living in ‘your place’. Give reasons for your answer. Explain, using examples, why other groups of people may not feel the same as you about ‘your place’. (6 marks)

23 Exam questions for Mumbai Describe the location of your non-UK place. (3 marks) Describe the location of your non-UK place. (3 marks) How strong are the links between ‘your place’ in the UK and your non-UK place? (3 marks) How strong are the links between ‘your place’ in the UK and your non-UK place? (3 marks) To what extent is ‘your place’ in the UK different from your non-UK place? (6 marks) To what extent is ‘your place’ in the UK different from your non-UK place? (6 marks)

24 An example of a resource in the final stages of the exam. Using only evidence from fig 4, give three ways in which there are links between the cairngorms and other places (3 marks)

25 Describe one change which has occurred recently in ‘your place’ or your non-UK place. (3 Marks) Describe one change which has occurred recently in ‘your place’ or your non-UK place. (3 Marks) Explain the impacts of the change which you have described on different groups of people. (8 marks) Explain the impacts of the change which you have described on different groups of people. (8 marks)

26 Use this table to show similarities and differences between Nottingham and Mumbai economypopenvironhousing Economy You can continue this table for all the issues raised in this revision guide Pop environ housing

27 You could try a Venn diagram to look at the similarities and differences. India United Kingdom Similarities


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