YEAR - LOWER SIXTH
|At King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Boys we offer a one year AS level course which is studied in the lower sixth. This qualification is gained by studying and taking three modules of the AQA Geography syllabus Specification B (AS 5036). After the lower sixth and the successful completion of the AS you will be able to progress to the A level (A 6036)course, consisting of a further three modules.The modules you study in the lower sixth for your AS are:-|
|Module 1 The Dynamics
10.1 Physical Geography: Shorter Term and Local Change
Atmospheric, geomorphological and human processes affecting drainage basin hydrology.Geomorphological variations within drainage basins.
10.2 People and the Environment: Population and Resources.
Environmental and social issues resulting from the balance between population and the use of resources in countries of various states of development.
10.3 Human Geography: Changes in the UK in the last 30 years
The changing sectoral and spatial organisation of business. Changes in the social and demographic environments within urban areas.
ASSESSMENT and QUALIFICATIONS ALLIANCE
|Module 2. The Physical Option.
11.1 Option P: Glacial Environments.
The effects of glacial,fluvioglacial and periglacial activity. Fluvioglacial erosion transportation and deposition: the processes and associated landforms.
|Module 3. The Human Option.
12.2 Option T: The Historical Rural and Urban
Landscapes of England and Wales.
Evolution of rural landscapes.The effects of technological, social and economic changes.Evidence of this in the present landscape. The effects on the built environments of political, technological, social and economic change. Evidence of this evolution in the present day urban landscape.
the breakdown of the week by week content taught by Mr Phipps at
K.PHIPPS SCHEDULE - WEEKS 2-9
K.PHIPPS SCHEDULE - WEEKS 10-13
K.PHIPPS SCHEDULE - WEEKS 14-29
the breakdown of the week by week content taught by Mr Jackson at
C.JACKSON SCHEDULE - WEEKS 2-9
C.JACKSON SCHEDULE - WEEKS 10-13
C.JACKSON SCHEDULE - WEEKS 14-29
The AS course is
taught by two teachers. Find out who teaches what from the AS/A2 CURRICULUM MAP