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Jumeirah College. Geography GCSE 1312 A Edexcel. Welcome to this presentation, describing the Geography GCSE 1312 A Edexcel course. Unit Information.

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geography gcse 1312 a edexcel

Jumeirah College

Geography GCSE 1312 A Edexcel

Welcome to this presentation, describing the Geography GCSE 1312 A Edexcel course.

unit information
Unit Information

The Geography GCSE is designed to develop a range of relevant skills and knowledge from students previous study of Geography. It will introduce them to new skills, new places and new ideas. It will also allow students to apply what they are learning and understand more about how people’s decisions shape the world we live in.

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Unit Information

Unit A1: The Physical World

Unit A1’s theme is the physical world. It covers Rivers, Glaciation and Coasts.

Unit A2: The Human World

Unit A2’s theme is the human world. Studies include Population Change, Population Structure and its Characteristics and Settlements.

Unit A3: The Economic World

Unit 3’s theme is the economic world. In this unit, students will study Economic Systems, Farming Systems and Location of Industry.

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Unit Information

Unit A4: The Natural World

Unit A4’s theme is ‘The Natural World’. Students will study air masses and weather, world climates and forest communities.

Unit B5: Managing the Environment

Unit B5’s theme is ‘Managing the Environment’. In this unit, students will study coastal management, river management and fragile environments.

Unit C7: Managing Tourism

Unit C7’s theme is ‘Managing Tourists’. Throughout this unit, students study growth of global tourism, impact on people and environments and management issues.

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Unit Information


An investigation based on primary data collection. Candidates are required to use ICT at various stages in their investigation. The coursework write-up will be a maximum of 2,000 words.

The coursework project is on Tourism in Dubai.

what is involved
What is involved?

The course is made up of a series of core units that cover the themes of physical and human geography while the option units (B5 & C7) look at interrelationships between people and the environment which give a broad and balanced overview of the subject. A variety of teaching methods are used including discussions of topical issues, debates, simulations, videos, fieldwork as well as more traditional methods.

summary of scheme of assessment
Summary of Scheme of Assessment

Assessment occurs in two tiers. Foundation tier candidates take papers 1F and 2F and submit one item of coursework. This tier is targeted at grades C to G. Higher tier candidates take papers 3H and 4H and also submit on item of coursework. This is targeted at grades A* to D.

what could i do next with gcse geography
What could I do next with GCSE Geography

A GCSE in Geography is a stepping-stone to a whole range of future opportunities. A good grade will help you move onto any A/S or A Level course. Alternatively, employment opportunities where your geographical skills will be particularly valued include journalism and the media, law, engineering, business management, ICT, environmental management, teaching, economic planning, marketing, leisure, recreation and tourism.