Please log on to geographyalltheway and click on IB – Patterns and Change – Disparities – then go to Disparities and change. Please click on Millennium development goals. You need to listen to the videos and read the associated articles then answer Task 1. Please take good notes as we will use these to tackle Task 2 – a brief presentation.
October 26, 2014 · No Comments · Grade 10 Individuals and Societies
You should be finished the following by the first class back on Nov 3rd.
A cover page for the project, which you will stick on the front cover of the booklet
Maps (at least one hand drawn of the region ) but you may put in others if you wish
A brief history of Syria
A history of the origins of the conflict, when did it start and why?
If you are not finished the above you must catch up before next lesson
On Monday Nov 3rd when I am away you will be working on
You will start to research your topic and collect news articles from the sites we outlined. Tag them carefully as you will need to choose 5 of these and print them off later.
Pictures of major figures in Syria / key people or groups related to your topic with a paragraph on each
October 26, 2014 · No Comments · Grade 9 Individuals and Societies
See Government and leaders worksheet. By now you should have completed questions 1 to 4 – if not you must finish this off before Wednesday.
Today ( Monday Nov 3rd ) in class you will work on creating the TV advert and write the script for this.
Create a 30 second, single shot TV advertisement showing your findings and persuading your audience that your system is best for them. (Even if you personally disagree) Write the script for your advertisement, include all text and include all visual cues (this can be written or drawn)Be creative. You may choose to be overly enthusiastic, even exaggerate some facts ( but don’t lie) to get your point across. We will shoot the commercial next class – Wed 5th.
October 15, 2014 · No Comments · Grade 10 Individuals and Societies
Thursday 16th October – we will be working on the following, which should be finished by the first class back on Nov 3rd.
- A cover page for the project, which you will stick on the front cover of the booklet
- Maps (at least one hand drawn of the region ) but you may put in others if you wish
- A brief history of Syria
- A history of the origins of the conflict, when did it start and why?
October 12, 2014 · No Comments · Grade 9 Individuals and Societies
Short recap to conclude development
October 9, 2014 · No Comments · Geography 12
“The world is far too dependent on oil ” – To what extent do you agree with this statement? (15) Due Friday 17th Oct
October 5, 2014 · No Comments · Grade 9 Individuals and Societies
As we are off school tomorrow due to the Typhoon please continue to work on editing/refining your flyers and on your pitch – we will now do this on Friday, so make sure you and your partner are ready and bring along your 4 flyers printed in colour in the plastic wallets I gave you.
Stay safe and dry
October 5, 2014 · No Comments · Geography 11
As we are off tomorrow due to the Typhoon please answer the essay question :-
October 5, 2014 · No Comments · Grade 10 Individuals and Societies
As we are off school today – Mon Oct 6th please continue working on the write up for your beach study – PART 2 – graphing results, analysis, conclusion and evaluation
You will graph your data in order to analyse your findings
* Note – Graphs can be computer generated or done by hand and must titled, referred to and be integrated into the text, where you talk about them.
Write up your analysis under the headings of each Hypotheses. You will state what we expected with reference to our studies on coastal processes and landforms. You will analyse ( describe and explain ) the data you collected with regard to the expectations of a destructive beach, and state whether or not you have proved or disproved each Hypothesis.
1. The beach gradient is steeper towards the back of the beach
Create a beach profile by graphing the angle of slope from each quadrat of your transect and analyse this bearing in mind what we know about a destructive profile ( use class averages )
2. Beach material will be larger and more angular towards the back of the beach
Create 1 graph to illustrate your findings for type, roundness and size and analyse what you found. ( use class averages )
3. The waves will be high ( 1 metre or more ) and frequent ( more than 12 per minute )
Using a table to illustrate the data.
4. There will be a strong longshore drift
Analyse your findings referring to prevailing wind, direction of movement and time taken for any movement of material over 10m. If it is over 20m per minute then it is considered strong.
5. There is natural evidence (erosional landforms) and evidence of
6. Mitigation (man made defences) which illustrate that show the beach is being destroyed.
Using a field sketch and the observational notes you made as well as photographs present any evidence of the above. Use lots of photos and be creative here. Annotate your photographs to show what they illustrate.
Be as creative as you want when illustrating all of your work!
Sum up what you found. Are your hypotheses mainly proven or disproven? Based on the summary of your findings you will conclude and give your answer to the question
“ Is the beach at Kamakura Kokomae a destructive beach?”
Briefly evaluate the methods and suggest how the study might be improved or extended.
TSC for this A, C & D
Due 9th Oct - Stay safe and dry