Marks schemes have been used to help ensure model answers access the higher band for each question.
These create excellent support resources for your teaching of the new AQA Geography A level and will save you many hours in preparation time.
In […] Read more “Fieldwork makes geography come to life, puts everything into context in glorious 3D and helps students really grasp how geography literally shapes the world around us.” Kate Humble, BBC Springwatch presenter (taken from Parkinson, 2009) It doesn’t take long to persuade a geography teacher of the benefits of fieldwork and even less time to encourage […] Read more Like many schools, the majority of our geography department interventions occur in Year 11 with all hands on deck to ensure target grades are met and significant progress has been made (and can be shown! As part of my role as Head of Department, I am seeking ways to try to avoid this mad rush […] Read more Planning and teaching the new GCSE (Eduqas A at my school) has highlighted the importance of the AO3 objective: ‘apply knowledge and understanding to interpret, analyse and evaluate geographical information and issues and to make judgements’.
My Year 10 students have been developing their AO3 skills but many have struggled to include everything required in […] Read more You’ve just invested in new resources for the 2016 GCSE and A Level specifications. Head of Geography Kate Stockings suggests some ways to get the most out of your textbooks.
Explode […] Read more Not everyone will be mourning the end of controlled assessment for GCSE geography.
But its demise doesn’t mean fieldwork has come to an end – in fact, it may have been strengthened.
The three-part presentation offers advice and guidance on developing titles and submitting proposal forms, administering the sample and marking and annotation.
The NEA Independent Investigation final deadline for submission of work to the moderator is 29 March.
Analyse the roles of international government organisations and NGOs in the governance of Antarctica and assess their effectiveness.
20 marks 01.4 Assess the potential cause and impacts of changes in the water balance within a tropical rainforest that you have studied.