Sunday, 25 November 2007
Thursday, 22 November 2007
Tuesday, 20 November 2007
Complete for next lesson.
Click on this link to watch 'Ice' based on Bill Bryson's work from the 'History of Nearly Everything'. You can watch it direct or download it but be warned, It is a very long download. It is interesting & in my opinion, well worth watching.
Freeze thaw and the processes of erosion – abrasion and plucking. The characteristics and formation of corries, aretes, pyramidal peaks, glacial troughs, ribbon lakes, hanging valleys, truncated spurs, boulder clay/till, moraines and drumlins.
Recognise and describe glacial features on Ordnance Survey maps and photographs The human uses of an upland glaciated area to include farming, forestry and tourism. The social, environmental and political issues currently affecting upland glaciated areas and the management strategies for contemporary issues re conservation and sustainability e.g. grants for conservation, Stewardship schemes, repair and maintenance of footpaths, eco-friendly new developments as examples of contemporary solutions. The conflicts that arise out of the values and attitudes of different interest groups in upland glaciated areas.
One case study e.g. the Lake District, Alps, Rockies, Himalayas is advised to enable students to describe and explain the human uses of the landscape in upland glaciated areas.
Wednesday, 14 November 2007
Sunday, 11 November 2007
Friday, 9 November 2007
Use geographically terminology correctly
Explain key ideas in detail (within an extended piece of writing)
Explain key ideas, justifying a point of view
Describe and explain key ideas
Make effective use of case studies
You may make the target more specific where it is appropriate (e.g. ..... when answering data type questions) or ....in Rivers....
You may express targets in your own words.
You may identify one additional 'organisational' target if appropriate.
Enter them in your planner (around p 20???)
You will be expected to complete a more detailed PDSA exercise in the lesson. The hyperlink will take you back to an earlier post on this. It is vital that you consider WHAT you are going to do to meet the target set! 'Try harder' doesn't promote change!