This course requires 2 options.
Teacher in Charge: Mr P. Adams
Geography is about the relationship between people and the natural world. It is about the world around us, how people experience It, and how people remake the world. In the twenty first century, the skills and knowledge covered in geography are more important than ever. Resource use, pandemics, climate change, and the issues regarding a growing global population need to be addressed in an intelligent and sustainable manner.
• Natural Landscapes
• Global Studies
• Geographic skills
•Analytical thinking and decision making.
An investigation into the Tongariro Volcanic Zone.
What forces shape this World heritage site, and continue to do so?
What are the interactions that lead to the natural features present?
Field trip to Tongariro Volcanic Zone
How is the National Park perceived by various groups ( tangata whenua, tourists, and DOC ?
What is the impact of malaria upon the world?
An investigation into COVID 19 as a geographic issue.
Map and photo interpretation
Graph construction and interpretation
Geographic concepts and use of resources
Application of geographic models
Revision for externals
If you did not take a pathway course at Level 1, or achieved fewer than 14 credits in that course, you will need HOD approval.
Contributions and Equipment/Stationery
$220 (transport, food, accommodation for Tongariro field trip) + skills book
Total Credits Available: 19 credits.
Externally Assessed Credits: 8 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 11 credits.
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