Level 2 Geography
• Demonstrate geographic understanding of a large natural environment.
• Understands how sustainability applies to our environment.
• Uses geographic ideas, concepts and skills in class.
• Identifies natural and cultural features and how they interact.
• Understands different perceptions of places and projects
Carries out research and comes to conclusions
Looks at global issues
Research on differing climates, relief, soil, vegetation, tree heights on Mt Taranaki
Global issue of classes choice.
Patterns of Wellington eg all weather sports fields locations or students choice.
A local planning issue eg Shelley Bay
Volcanic environment for external examination using work from field trip.
Revision of skills and Taranaki work.
Revision for NCEA
Day trip to Kapiti Coast ($80 approx.)
1 x 2B8 hardcover books
2 A3 scrapbooks
Recommended Prior Learning
Level 1 Geography (achieved in at least one external and one internal paper or with the permission of the HoD).
This course is eligible for subject endorsement.
Total Credits Available: 19 credits.
Externally Assessed Credits: 8 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 11 credits.
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