Geography (from greek: γεωγραφία, geographia, literally earth description) is a field of science devoted to the study of the lands, features, inhabitants, and phenomena of earth the first person to use the word γεωγραφία was eratosthenes (276–194 bc) geography is an all-encompassing discipline that seeks an understanding of earth and its human and natural complexities. Gcse geography: how and why to use spearman’s rank 1 how and why to use spearman’s rank if you have done scattergraphs, spearman’s rank offers you the opportunity to use a statistical test to get a value which can determine the strength of the relationship between two sets of data. A secondary school revision resource for gcse geography offering a guide to using different types of graphs including line graphs, pie charts, bar charts and climate graphs. Fsc believes that the more we understand about and take inspiration from the world around us the more we can appreciate its needs and protect its diversity and beauty for future generations.
Bar, column, line, climatic and proportional graphs, tables, graphs and diagrams, geography skills, sose: geography, year 9, nsw introduction writing down information into a report is not always the best way to express information geographers often use graphs because they are a simple, yet effective, way of showing statistical data it is important for students to be. About this course: if you have ever used a navigation service to find optimal route and estimate time to destination, you've used algorithms on graphsgraphs arise in various real-world situations as there are road networks, computer networks and, most recently, social networks. Revision notes for entire igcse geography course photo interpretation and graph interpretation using the topics we study at igcse as the focus bbc bitesize - revising geography graphs bbc bitesize - revising geography photos bbc bitesize - revising map skills paper 2 sample november 2011.
Any one of these three graphs would have quickly alerted us to the michael jordan outlier if we were to graph geography graduates’ salaries using a histogram, it might look something like this: rule #2: compute some basic statistics, including both the mean and median. Use these printables and lesson plans to teach students how to read and create various types of graphs and charts included are holiday-themed activities, blank graphic organizers, graph paper, game boards, cross-curricular lessons that integrate graphs and charts into reading, social studies, and science classes, and many more activities to keep your students interested and engaged in math class. Use these resources to help students learn about the geography from different historical periods or important events in this section, you have access to different lesson plans, printable maps, interactive activities, and classroom guides for discussions. Grade 7 geography - the themes of geographic inquiry graphical text forms (such as diagrams, photographs, drawings, sketches, graphs, schedules, maps, charts, timelines and tables) are intended to communicate information in a concise forma.
Skills checklist this is an extract of the full specification, which you can download from this page candidates will need to develop a variety of basic, investigative, cartographic, graphical, applied ict and statistical skills. Key stage 4 cambridge igcse geography paper 4 alternative to coursework, 3days courses covering cambridge igcse geography develop the skills and analysis needed for assessment objective 2 this course use the aspects of eg maps, photographical and graphical form geographical information from graphs. Using maps, photographs, diagrams, cartoons, images, statistics, keys, graphs, text, models, internet, speeches, surveys, films, tv, video clips and gis to explain geographic information the complexity of geography skills whilst at level 3 candidates will have to select which is the appropriate graph to construct using more complex. Use two graphical devices to aid in the analysis of the data (from line graphs, bar graphs, proportional divided pie charts or triangular graphs) use secondary data to assess the population and employment structure in the area.
Thank you to 'cool geography' for the tbale below basic skills annotation of illustrative sketches, photographs etc use of overlays literacy skills investigative skills identification of geographical questions and issues, and scatter graphs – and use of best fit line pie charts and proportional divided circles. In this step you will need to determine the best scale to use for your line graph in this graph, the scale ( y -axis) has a range of (-3 to 60) with intervals of 10 and is labeled as 'degrees in. Start with geography bingo: use this bingo card, which lists many of the geography standards, and find examples of stories from the new york times that take on topics like migration, culture and ecosystems in various ways when you have a diagonal, horizontal or vertical row of examples, you have “bingo. Paper 4: alternative to coursework except for papers 1 (theory) and 2 (map skills), you may also be required to sit for paper 4 this page summarises the main skills that you will need to learn to triumph in the exam hall.
Geography department at the windsor boys' school here are a few examples of the controlled assessment, including the mark schemes and what the examiner is looking for. Geography exam board content from bbc bitesize for students in england, northern ireland or wales choose the exam specification that matches the one you study part of learn & revise. For some subjects, namely the sciences and geography, it would be appropriate to include images, graphs, charts, tables and so on in your coursework for example, for geography coursework, your extra material could include annotated images and maps of the site you’re talking about, plus tables, graphs and charts.
To show the gradient on your graph you can use one of two methods firstly you can use a protractor to draw lines at the correct angle from one measuring point to another thus if you had a gradient of 5 degrees you would draw a line going up at 5 degrees from the start of the measurement to its end. Ten ways to google-up your gcse project consider improving your gcse coursework with google earth and maps alternatively, more advanced graphs can be created using ge graph this is a free program that can be used to create graphs from placemarks to use this program successfully would be very impressive. A collection of graphs with questions to help pupils practice graph interpretation i was inspired to produce it because the new spec ocr gcse 21st century biology exams now include this type of question.