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Lesson 1). Introduction – GCSE Geography OCR Syllabus B. But what is Geography?. Starter & Task 1 Activities: Watch introduction to geography video Watch 10 crazy geography facts b. Find someone you know activity c. Write down 10 things which are geography.

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introduction gcse geography ocr syllabus b
Lesson 1)Introduction – GCSE GeographyOCR Syllabus B

But what is Geography?

Starter & Task 1 Activities:

  • Watch introduction to geography video
  • Watch 10 crazy geography facts

b. Find someone you know activity

c. Write down 10 things which are geography

task 2 introduction gcse geography rivers
Lesson1)Task 2) Introduction – GCSE Geography & Rivers
  • All Studentsshould be able toidentifythe main features of OCR Syllabus B and be able to recallthe main features of a river.
  • Most students should also be able explain the key characteristics of a river and the processes of erosion and weathering that operate at different stages of a rivers course.
  • Some Students should be able to justify links between OCR Syllabus B and the topics that are going to be studied for rivers.

Your first topic is rivers

ocr syllabus b geography level 2
Task 2)OCR Syllabus B – GeographyLevel 2

GCSE Geography

1) Play the Board Game & write down your findings.

2) Use the links to learn more:

  • http://pdf.ocr.org.uk/download/kd/ocr_69401_kd_gcse_spec.pdf?
  • http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/type/gcse/hss/geog_b/

Hints / Tips

The Task

To help you complete this take, make sure you understand the following:

  • What is OCR Geography Syllabus B?
  • What are you going to study?
  • What exams will you sit and when?
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Task 2)

GCSE Geography Syllabus Quiz

  • OCR Geography Syllabus B is linear based meaning you sit two exams at the end of the two year course (i.e. year 10).

a) True b) False

OCR Syllabus B – GeographyLevel 2

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GCSE Geography Syllabus Quiz

OCR Syllabus B – GeographyLevel 2

2) You will be studying 4 units of work, 1 decision making exam practice and a controlled assessment (field work) component:

a. Rivers & Coasts

b. Population and Settlement

c. Economic Development

d. Natural Disasters

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GCSE Geography Syllabus Quiz

OCR Syllabus B – GeographyLevel 2

3) The course is made up of 3 components:

Value of Course:

  • Geographical Enquiry (25%)

(field work)

  • Decision Making Exercise (25%)
  • Content (50%)
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GCSE Geography Syllabus Quiz

OCR Syllabus B – GeographyLevel 2

4) There are two exams and one written component that you are required to complete.

Exam 1) Decision Making Exercise

Exam 2) Content / Theory

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GCSE Geography Syllabus Quiz

OCR Syllabus B – GeographyLevel 2

5) For the Natural Hazards Unit of work, you will be assessed on this content by the Decision Making exercise.

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GCSE Geography Syllabus Quiz

OCR Syllabus B – GeographyLevel 2

6) You will gain an understanding of differing views, particularly those relating to social, economic and environmental facts.

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GCSE Geography Syllabus Quiz

OCR Syllabus B – GeographyLevel 2

7) The exam requires you to understand the importance of the future, recognised by the understanding of sustainable development.

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GCSE Geography Syllabus Quiz

OCR Syllabus B – GeographyLevel 2

8) You will regularly find out your progress in geography through end of unit topic assessments and by progress reviews in each individual lesson. This will ensure you are successful in the actual exam.

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Results

GCSE Geography Syllabus Quiz

OCR Syllabus B – GeographyLevel 2

ALL ANSWERS -

CORRECT

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Task 3)

Introduction –

GCSE Geography

  • Expectations for learning
    • Assessment
      • Marking of books
      • Exam questions
      • WWW / EBI
      • End of unit mock exam questions
    • Revision
    • Field work

In groups, produce your class expectations.

Hints / Tips

The Task

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Task 3)

GCSE Geography

Class Expectations

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