Level 3 Geography
Teacher in Charge: S. Pats 1
•Demonstrates geographic understanding of interacting natural processes.
•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 how a cultural process operates.
•Understands different perceptions of places and projects
Carries out research in a natural environment and comes to conclusions.
Can explain strengths and weaknesses of the research.
This class is available at St Patrick's College.
Research on area chosen measuring waves and wind
Study of area eg Kapiti coast
Global study chosen by students and teacher.
external on an area of NZ ie kapiti or Wairarapa or Taranaki
Contemporary issue chosen by what is current in local area.
Examination skills and practice.
Recommended Prior Learning
Level 2 Geography (achieved in at least one external and one internal paper or similar in English or History, or with the permission of the HoD.
Trip to Kapiti Coast or Wairarapa, 2 separate days ($50 approx.)
1 x 2B8 hardcover books
3 x A3 scrapbooks
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