YEAR ELEVEN - INDUSTRY
Contrasting case studies of industries should be chosen with at least one from each of the UK, EU and LEDCs.
Industry as a system.
Inputs, processes and outputs.( Global, Regional, Small)
Industrial activity can be classified.
Industry as a system. Definition of primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary industry. Types of goods associated with these industries. ( Global, Regional, Small)
Industrial location is influenced by many factors.
Case studies of locational factors to illustrate the importance of: types of transport and other communications, footloose (hi-tech) industry, government policy, raw materials, labour, capital, energy. Science Parks/greenfield sites (MEDC).
(National, Regional, Local)
Industry changes over time.
Sample studies of the changing nature of industry - industrial estates, multinationals. The effects of these changes in newly industrialised countries (LEDC). (Global)
|Year 11 topics are Individual Study, Glaciation, Rivers, Industry, Development and Interdependence.|
|Individual Study This accounts for 25% of your final GCSE. View Individual Study pages|
|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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