UPPER SIXTH - KGP SCHEDULE, WEEKS 1 - 15

Module 4 Global Change
13.2 People and the Environment: Hazards; Conflicts over Resources.

SPECIFICATION CONTENT
DETAILED CONTENT/LESSON FOCUS
SKILLS
Competition and conflict over the use of a resource.
CONFLICT OVER THE USE OF A RESOURCE
KGP SCHEDULE
WEEKS 1-15
At a local scale, a study of a
conflict over the use of a
resource in one area, involving:

Identify the resource e.g., area of open land, mineral resource. Clarify the two sides of the issue i.e. what would be the position if it is not used and what would be the changes if it is used.
Key Skill:
Communication:
Task 5 Possible fieldwork activity.
Ordnance Survey map interpretation.

· attitudes of different groups of people to the use of the resource;

Identify named groups e.g., councillors, local residents, developer and discuss what their attitude is and why they hold that position.

Sampling procedures.
Questionnaires.
Interviews.
· the way market processes and/or planning processes operate to resolve the conflict; Explain the difference between market and planning processes. Work through the market processes which could operate in relation to your chosen resource. Repeat the activity for the planning process.
· recognition that some people benefit, and others may lose, when the conflict over the resource is resolved. Identify the named groups who would gain or lose, depending on the outcome, and discuss why they would be in that position.
HAZARDS 1
Burglary.
HAZARDS 4
Earthquakes and Volcanoes.
HAZARDS 2
Disease/Aids.
HAZARDS 5
Multiple Hazards.
HAZARDS 3
Tropical Storms.
CONFLICT
Conflict over the use of a Resource.
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