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No New Posts since your last visit. Year 9 Geography

WC: 2 Dec - Peer assessment exercise - what can we improve about case studies? What is needed to improve them?
WC: 25th Nov - Question on solutions to desertification
 
WC 18th Nov - Extended writing exercise - Case study on Sahel - What were the cause of the 2004 drought?
 
WC 4th Nov: Hurricane Katrina - what were the dangers and how can they be reduced?
 
Week commencing 7th October: Advice to people to survive the effects of heatwaves
 
WC 30th September: Literacy extended writing exam question - What are the dangers of anti -cyclones
 
WC: 16th September : compare the two graphs of London and Tiree. Complete the graphs and analyse the data.
Week commencing 9th September: Write a weather report describing the climate in the four places studied in lesson. Add some diagrams and/or graphs where appropriate.
 
 
 
 
Week Comm: 18th February : Evaluate the most important and least important fors of erosion experienced in a waterfall.
 
Week commencing 14th Jan: Complete the worksheet on sustainable management tecniques in the rainforest.
 
Week commencing 10th Dec: Revise for your end of term assessment this week. C band Thursday 13th Dec, B band Friday 15th Dec
 
 
Week commencing 3rd December:
 
  
Complete the past paper question on fair trade
 
Week commencing 26th Nov: 9C1 - Describe your urban ecosystem and how it aims to attract wildlife to it.
 
9B1 - Complete your rainforest structure worksheet with an explanation on how the forest has adapted to the climatic conditions.
 
Week commencing Oct 29th:
 
 Task: To produce a newspaper report which describe the events of Cyclone Nargis and compares it with Hurricane Katrina.
 
Use a full page of A4 and use ICT.
Divide your front page into sections, look to add pictures and/or diagrams.
Comment on what has happened (primary effects) and describe what is likely to happen (secondary effects)
How are people being helped (short-term responses) and how are they going to be helped (long term aid)
Also compare this tropical storm with the events of Hurricane Katrina.
Describe similarities but also highlight differences (such as the amount of deaths, damage, social unrest etc.)
Also have a small section describing how hurricanes form.
 
Analyse the climate graph of Manchester. Use the prompts to conduct a thorough description of all it's main parts. Remember to look at the temperature range.
 
Work commencing 8th Oct:
 
Use the prompt worksheet to produce a report covering all elements of the climate of Britain. The report must use the structure of the worksheet and use some element of ICT.     Date to return: 16th October
 
 
Year 7 Geography
 
WC: 18th Nov: Promote the positives of living in a large settlement such as Bolton. List and explain what attracts people to the town.
 
WC 4th Nov: Settlements - what makes the perfect site for a settlement?
 
Wc 30th September: Prepare for the assessment by finding two places, one rural, one urban which you would like to visit in the UK.
 
Wc September 16thMap of towns of BI.
 
Week commencing: 2 Septmber
 
 
Design a front cover which helps to introduce the subject in the front of your book. Try to show a range of human and physical factors
 
 
Project work for the river study: (April/May) Prepare your project to describe in any way you see fit a water course or feature close to your home. You can use sketches, poems, photos or written description . Keep a log of what you do each week and keep it with your school folder.
 
Week comm 8th April: Research rivers to complete the fact-file title page for this topic.
 
Week commencing 21st January: Complete your map of Trinity Island and describe it's main features. You can use an overlay to expand the number and type of map symbols you use.
 
Week commencing 10th December
How does Bolton fit into this land-use pattern. Can you give examples?
 
Week commencing 3rd December
Complete land-use map showing the different areas of a city
 
 
Week beginning 29th October:
 
 
Many football teams have nicknames which represent the original function of the town or area they come from. Try to find the nicknames of the following:
 
West Ham United
Arsenal
Luton Town
Everton
Grimsby Town
Blackpool
Crewe Alex.
Sheffield United
Burton Albion
Wycombe
Northampton
Stoke City
 
Complete your What is Geography? information page
 
To be completed weekl commencing 15th October
 
Draw a sketch map of the British Isles and plot the location of the main physical features such as seas, mountains and rivers. Add 5 other places that we have not mentioned in lessons. Please colour appropriately.

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No New Posts since your last visit. Year 10 Geography - 10A/Ge1

 
WC 18th Nov:  HS2 enquiry - describe the advantages and disadvantages of the project from the prospective of the stakeholders.
 
WC 4th Nov: Complete the comparison between Bolton and the Trafford Centre
 
WC 7thOct :  
Homework exercise – Report to Barcelona council on ways in which the quality of life and standard of living can be raised in Cuitat Vella.
 
 
WC: 30th SEptember: Analysis of data in El Raval - fill in table with statements
 
 WC: 16th September - Workshet on differences between quality of life and standard of living
Week commencing: 9th September
Answer qu. 2 and 4 from the worksheet on housing tenure.
 
 
 
Week commencing 20th May: South Africa migration - What is circular migration?
 
Week commencing 13th May: Urbanisation description 'The Mega-cities.'
 
 Week commencing 29th April: Exam question on Barcelona
 
Week commencing 22nd April: Extended writing question: Inequalities in Necastle-under-Lyme
 
Week commencing 8th April: Boscastle flood case study - Complete a write up of the events of the day using the structure shown in class.
Week comm 4th Feb: The other question sheet you did not do in the lesson
 
Week com: 28th Jan: Worksheet on river flooding
 
Week commencing 14th Jan: Design a complex spider diagram to shoe the factors which contribute to a low flood risk on a river
 
Week commencing 10th December: Prepare materials as shown to prepare for your end of term assessment on the 18th December.
 
Week commencing: 26th Nov 
Year 10 -Sahel desertification - Complete your case study on the Niger famine of 2004/5
 
 
 
Week commencing 19th Nov:
 
On a double page in your book, highlight how the Acre region of Brazil might aim to sustainably manage the rainforest.
 
 
 
 
Week commencing Oct 29th:
 
 Task: To produce a newspaper report which describe the events of Cyclone Nargis and compares it with Hurricane Katrina.
 
Use a full page of A4 and use ICT.
Divide your front page into sections, look to add pictures and/or diagrams.
Comment on what has happened (primary effects) and describe what is likely to happen (secondary effects)
How are people being helped (short-term responses) and how are they going to be helped (long term aid)
Also compare this tropical storm with the events of Hurricane Katrina.
Describe similarities but also highlight differences (such as the amount of deaths, damage, social unrest etc.)
Also have a small section describing how hurricanes form.
 
 
 
Describe the climate graph we looked at in the lesson. Use the prompts to conduct a thorough description of all it's main parts. Remember to look at the temperature range. Use correct terminology.
 
 
Use the prompt worksheet to produce a report covering all elements of the climate of Britain. The report must use the structure of the worksheet and use some element of ICT.     Date to return: 2nd October
 
Work commencing 8th October:
Write a direct comparison between a LEDC and MEDC tropical storm event. Use the literacy sheet to help you develop your argument. Can you suggest reasons why the response to these differs? Date to return: 16th Oct


 


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No New Posts since your last visit. Year 8 Geography

 WC Nov 4 - Complete an analysis of rainforest management techniques
 
WC 30th September - Completion of ecosystems project>
 
WC 23rd September - Discover 'your place' - map it, describe it, sketch it Bring the materials along to add to your projec
 
Ecosystems - week beginning September 9th
Desigct.tn a menu for a three course meal which includes food whch are producers, consumers and decompsers. Colour code it.
 
 
 
 
 
Project work for the ecosystem study: (April/May) Prepare your project to describe in any way you see fit a ecosystem or feature close to your home. It can be a park, part of your garden or wasteland. Somewhere 'wild.' You can use sketches, poems, photos or written description . Keep a log of what you do each week and keep it with your school folder.
 
 
Week commencing 18th February: Choose 4 crimes which you might be able to describe happen in clusters. Describe each one and why they would be clustered. Give examples.
 
Week commencing 21st January : Describe your feelings as the tsunami wave hit. Try to describe what happened next and what you did to escape.
 
8C3 - Majorca map - Complete question 2 on the worksheet which explores the features of the island. To be completed by Dec 12th
 
 
 
8C1 - Mt. St Helens project- Complete the case study to be handed in Dec 11th Dec
 
 
 
 
Analyse the results of your tourism survey based on our class. Which is the ost popular country. What type of holiday, destinations or attractions might pupils have visited there?
 
Prepare for the rejuvenation of Blackpool exercise by researching how the resort has aimed to attract tourists over the last FIVE YEars. These materials should be produced at your next lesson to proceed with the report.
 
Week commencing 15th October:
 
To develop the work we have done in class on staycations, you must produce a two page guide to a stycation in the North West of England over a seven day period. What would you do, where would you visit, where would you stay. Try to give as many examples as possible and gives advantages of stayiong at home for your holidays.

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No New Posts since your last visit. Year 11 Geography - 11A

WC: Nov 18th to the end of term
 

Independent Homework Project – Using a source data booklet

Year 11 – You must complete at least two of the individual learning tasks below each week, for five weeks
 
WC: Nov 4th Complete the survey of shopping distribution across Bolton
 
WC 7th Oct: Lake District report on sustainable management. How will we save the National Parks?
WC: 23Rd Sept : How are rural areas interacting with urban areas?
Wc: 16th Sept: Issues on the rural urban fring - How is land used here and what are the conflicts?
 
Week commencing 9th September:
Smithills housing development report - descibe the views of stakeholders in the upcoming developmnet around school.
 
 
 
 
Revision sessions and materials: (April and May) You will now receive materials to help you revise from each session which must be completed at home and brought to each subsiquent lesson.
 
Week commencing 18th Feb: Revise for end of unit test on population for Tuesday afternoon.
 
Week commencing 4th Feb: Worksheet on agering population in UK v. Growing pop in Niger
 
Week commencing 28th January : Literacy sheet on migration into UK from Poland
 
Week commencing 14th Jan: complete the two worksheets related to the Demographic Transition Model.
 
Week commencing 10th Dec: Bhopal, India 1984. Complete the fact-file showing the causes and effects of the disaster. How ould you ensure that something like this never happens again?
 
Week commencing Dec 3rd : Design your own shanty settlement using the worksheet provided or your own materials. Be imaginative.
 
Week commencing Nov 26th - Revise for your mock examination on 4th Dec
 
 
 
Extended writing exercise which will be marked on SPAG as well as content.
 
How does the environment and land-use of Bolton's C.B.D. differ from that of Halliwell or any other inner city area. You can include annotated photos if you wish.
 
Week commencing 8th October: Pedestrian flow rate analysis ofManchester CBD. Can you see patterns or anomolies? Try to graph your findings  and annotate them to describe your findings. Completefor your next computer room session.
 
Week commencing 15th October: Photograph analysis - use the photo question frame to analyse one of the Manchester photographs in detail to discuss the levels of pedestrian safety provision found there.

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