YEAR ELEVEN - DEVELOPMENT AND INTERDEPENDENCE
YEAR 11 - DEVELOPMENT AND AID CASE STUDY
Produce a two page revision case study of the recent earthquake in Bhuj, India. Produce the case study as a word document and incorporate at least one photographic image taken from a web site or scanned from source. Use bullet points to summarise findings for each part.
TITLE INDIAN EARTHQUAKE JANUARY 2001
STRUCTURE · Date, Location (map), magnitude and causes. · Short term consequences of this disaster (within hours) · Long term consequences of this disaster (within days and weeks) · Aid, types of aid given and distribution.
SOURCE - www.pupilvision - click on the link for 'news'. Then follow a source such as the 'Times' via the on site search engine.
COMPLETION DATE The work must be completed and sent by e-mail by Thursday 15/2/01.
Send to firstname.lastname@example.org Source Use the web site http://www.pupilvision.com
|Year 11 topics are Individual Study, Glaciation, Rivers, Industry, Development and Interdependence.|
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|Unit One - Glaciation. This is one of three physical geography units examined in Paper 1. View the Glaciation topics.|
|Unit Two - Rivers. This is one of three physical geography units. The physical geography units and skills unit are in Paper 1. View the Rivers topics|
|Unit Three - Industry This is a major exam subject of Paper 2. View the Industry topics.|
|Unit Four - Development and Interdependence.This is a major exam subject of Paper 2. View the Development and Interdependence topics.|
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