In case you need to refer back after today’s lesson, the link to the PDF is below.
Please make sure you do refer back to the pre-release material (answer Q1 & 2 on the back of your sheets – can any of the theories be linked with development of Costa Rica, Panama or Nicaragua? Do you think any of the countries could do with using these theories to help with their level of development?)
Lesson 2 Development theories
PowerPoint file is too big for the blog so it is on the Read Only drive (remember to go to EQ1 and it is the most recent PowerPoint in there).
Please make sure you complete the notes as soon as possible 🙂
If you’re struggling to navigate, below is a link to the revision page for Year 11.
You are free to access and download any of the resources attached to the page (try clicking on words that are different colours and it should take you to Google Drive) – there are revision worksheets on UVHS specific case studies too 🙂
Please finish and we will go through this on Friday 🙂
5 Fluvioglacial features
An interesting article here about sustainable technological fixes to global problems.
You will be assessing sustainability of the technological fixes you have researched (so you MUST remember your printed tables on Thursday!) but here are some additional ideas you might want to research further.
Lake District Fieldwork Sites
Contextualising the fieldwork
Links for your research are in the ‘Contextualising Fieldwork’ document – remember this is only my half of the specification so you will need to do similar for Regenerating Places (focus on Keswick)
I’m not in school today but attached is a PowerPoint that you should use to research ‘radical technologies’ to reduce the threat of energy insecurity. You have an ICT room booked for Thursday to complete this so just initial research to take place during P3 today, please (some of these are a little old now so by all means complete your own search instead of using the links provided!)
Lesson 16 Radical Technologies
Just in case you missed anything from today’s lesson…
Remember your homework is due the first Tuesday back after mock week 🙂