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Extreme Environments Revision. This week you will be answering an exam question on your work for this topic so far. How can you prepare for this?. Objectives. All will complete a checklist for the topics covered so far this term and understand how this will be assessed in year 11.

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Extreme environments revision

Extreme Environments Revision

This week you will be answering an exam question on your work for this topic so far. How can you prepare for this?


Objectives
Objectives

  • All will complete a checklist for the topics covered so far this term and understand how this will be assessed in year 11.

  • Most will develop their revision skills and exam technique.

  • Some will develop a thorough understanding of the topics covered so far and support their work with references to case studies.


Stripe
STRIPE:

  • Reflective learner

  • Assess yourself and others against success criteria, identifying achievements and areas for development


What have we learnt so far
What have we learnt so far?

  • Extreme environments have specific characteristics

  • What a hot desert physical environment it like.

  • Hot deserts are found in particular areas of the world.

  • There are hot desert areas on most continents.

  • Location of hot deserts is influenced by a variety of physical factors.

  • Temperatures reach extremes of hot and cold.

  • Precipitation levels are low.

  • Physical processes of weathering, erosion, transportation and deposition form distinctive hot desert landforms.

  • Ecosystems in hot deserts are finely balanced.

  • Plants have adapted to survive in hot deserts.

  • Animals have adapted to survive in hot deserts.


Task 1
Task 1

  • Your teacher will give you a Deserts revision pack.

  • Put your name on the front – you will need to keep this safe until the end of year 11.

  • Complete the checklist on the first page for the key ideas you have tackled so far.


Task 2
Task 2

  • Complete the revision pack to review what we have learnt so far.

  • You can use your bookwork, textbooks and teacher to help you to complete the revision pack

  • Remember:

    BRAIN – BUDDY – BOOK – BOSS

  • Homework – Complete pack by _______


Reflection
Reflection…

  • Has this lesson been useful?

  • What have you learnt?

  • What else would be useful to do/know?


Have we achieved our objectives
Have we achieved our objectives?

  • All will complete a checklist for the topics covered so far this term and understand how this will be assessed in year 11.

  • Most will develop their revision skills and exam technique.

  • Some will develop a thorough understanding of the topics covered so far and support their work with references to case studies.


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