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AS Geography From September 2010
Two Units: 1.Changing Physical Environments 2.Changing Human Environments
Changing Physical Environments Two Themes: 1.Investigating Climate Change e.g. …
Changing Physical Environments Two Themes: 2. Investigating Tectonic and Hydrological Change
Changing Human Environments Two Themes: 1.Investigating Population Change e.g. … Population control policies
Changing Human Environments Two Themes: 2. Investigating Settlement Change in MEDCs
Opportunities for research and out-of- classroom work built into in both units..
Assessment G1 - Changing Physical Environments 1 hour 30 mins written paper Three structured questions with stimulus material, one of which tests research / fieldwork.
Assessment G1 - Changing Human Environments 1 hour 30 mins written paper Three structured questions with stimulus material, one of which tests research / fieldwork.
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G3b – Research Candidates carry out a research enquiry in one of 10 chosen topics. 45 minute exam to look at their research enquiry and its findings. e.g. Deprivation e.g. Leisure and Recreation
G4: Sustainability 1 hour 45 minute written paper Food Water Energy Cities
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