UPPER SIXTH - CJ SCHEDULE, WEEKS 16 - 19
Module 4 Global Change
13.3 Human Geography: Changes in Countries in Various States of Development in the last 30 years.
SPECIFICATION CONTENT
DETAILED CONTENT/LESSON FOCUS
SKILLS
The extent to which regions of a country are integrated or subject to separatist pressures. The extent to which political power within groups of nations is centralised or decentralised and the consequences of this.
SEPARATIST ISSUES
CJ SCHEDULE
WEEKS 16-19

The reasons for and consequences of separatist pressure (both within and across political boundaries).

 

Use of case studies e.g., Basques, Scotland to discuss reasons for separatist pressure e.g., geographical location, historical, economic, social, cultural factors. Discussion of consequences e.g., action to support separatist pressure, different levels of autonomy. Resulting political/economic impact. Attitudes of those involved.
Secondary source texts.

The reasons for and consequences of groups of nations, with particular reference to the European Union.

Particularly with reference to the E.U. discuss the dates of countries joining and the resulting changing spatial pattern. Reasons for joining should include economic (e.g., CAP, free trading market) and social (e.g. free movement of labour).

 

Different attitudes to these political changes.

e.g., attitudes of governments, politicians, workers, E.U. residents, farmers etc.

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