Links to the articles on drought used in today’s lesson! Enjoy!
Year 12 Geographers!
I have just put the slides up from today’s lesson on emerging Asia in the Year 12 – Globalisation section, as well as an interesting GeoFile article on the Global Shift, that I would encourage you to read.
To those that are yet to be set the exam question, please make note that this has been posted! For those that received the exam question today, below is an interesting article about inequality and governance impact on hazard effects – worth a read and highly topical if thinking about your response to a rather challenging question!
Reminder to make a note of these and consider their place as emerging superpowers.
Year 13 Geographers!
Please find attached a table to complete about the different types of drought (we would have completed this in our lesson on Thursday). Type and print, or produce your own table for your notes. The info is on p23-24 of your textbook!
Hi Year 12,
Please find attached a couple of links to some extra reading that will help you with your exam question set for homework this week!
Miss Bosson and Mr Reader
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Hi Year 12,
Please find the link below to the video we discussed in class. It is a little strange, but it really breaks down trade and globalisation! It’s about nuts! Please watch and makes notes.
Mr. Reader and Miss Bosson.
Hi Year 13,
Here are some notes to help you finish your drainage basin diagram.
Mr. Reader 🙂
As promised, my first 2 Superpowers lessons have been uploaded (please see the tab at the top of the blog page and follow the links).
I will kill two birds with one stone (so to speak) and attach this article on Mackinder’s Heartland Theory (see below) – this is going to be a task I set in the lesson on Monday.
Miss Mardell 🙂