Level 2 Geography
Teacher in Charge: Miss S. Bryson
We love to show off New Zealand as a fantastic adventure playground, but at what cost?
You will learn to:
• Tongariro Volcanic Centre, a world renowned geographic environment, how did it get there? How does it change? And how do people use it? Explain how natural landscapes such as the Tongariro Volcanic Centre have been formed and the changing way in which humans have used its resources over time
• why some areas are rich and why are some poor and what do the ideas behind the Millennium Development Goals have to do with it?
• Tanzania, where is it? Explain the economic, social and political causes of disparities in economic development in a country like Tanzania
• apply a range of geographic skills and ideas, such as mapping, photo interpretation and graph construction to different settings
• conduct and present a geographic investigation based in the Tongariro Volcanic Centre
• Explain a current geographic issue and evaluate the ways in which it can be managed
• explain the global pattern of HIV/AIDS, the process that lead to these patterns and how the issue is significant to different groups of people
• why do patterns exist in some urban areas such as Chicago, what impact do they have on the local community
Contributions and Equipment/Stationery
Approximately $350 for the field trip to the Tongariro National Park.
Recommended Prior Learning14 Achievement Standard credits in Geography at level 1 or at the discretion of the Head of Department.
Total Credits Available: 22 credits.
Externally Assessed Credits: 8 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 14 credits.