The Geography GCSE covers the entire syllabus in five modules, with a sixth on coursework and written paper assessment. Topics covered include developing and developed countries, urbanisation, glaciation, and meteorology.
Suitable for: Anyone interested in Geography or wishing to go onto to study Geography at a higher level
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No additional textbook is required, although recommendations for additional reading can be found in the course.
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Each lesson of the Geography GCSE course begins with a set of clearly stated objectives and an explanation of its place in the overall programme of study.
Effective learning is encouraged through frequent activities and self-assessment questions, and there is a diagrammatic summary at the end of each lesson for ease of revision and guidance for the preparation of coursework. There are seven tutor-marked assignments and three practice exam papers. No previous knowledge of the subject is assumed or required.
Key Topics CoveredThe Geography GCSE covers the entire syllabus in five modules, with a sixth on coursework and written paper assessment:
Topics covered include developing and developed countries, urbanisation, glaciation, and meteorology.
Our Geography GCSE course prepares students for AQA GCSE Geography syllabus 3031, for exams in 2007 and later years. Assessment is by two written papers (75%) and coursework (25%). We have chosen this syllabus as it is the most suited to distance learning.
CourseworkFull guidance is given in the course.
Students per class: 700