YEAR NINE
KING EDWARD VI CAMP HILL SCHOOL FOR BOYS GEOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT SCHEME OF WORK YEAR 9 (2000)
SPRING TERM

Unit Four - The Wider World - Japan as an exemplar. (5 weeks)

1. What is Japan like ? 2. What are Japan's sources of energy ? 3. Where is Japan's industry located ? 4. What are the main imports and exports of Japan ? Why is Japan so successful a trading nation ? 5. How has industry affected the environment
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YEAR 9 UNIT 4 WIDER WORLD - JAPAN. - ASSESSMENT 9.3
In a group of 3/4 prepare a presentation on a Japanese company of your choice. The company should manufacture everyday items used in UK. Your presentation should briefly describe the company history, their products and the development of their export market. This presentation can use a variety of techniques and skills. It can take the form of a quiz, can be via web pages, by
variety of media. Attempt to be inventive. At the end of the 5 minutes you will be asked to present a 30 second advert for the company of your choice. Happy planning!
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GRADE A*. Pupils offer explanations for interactions within and between physical and human processes. They explain changes over time in the characteristics of a places. They begin to account for disparities in development and show some understanding of the range and complexity of factors that contribute to the quality of life in different places.
GRADE A. Pupils describe the interactions within and between physical and human processes. They show how these interactions create geographical patterns and contribute to change in places and patterns. They show understanding that many factors influence decisions made about places, and use this to explain how places change.
GRADE B Pupils explain a range of physical and human processes. They describe ways in which processes operating at different scales create geographical patterns and lead to changes in places.
GRADE C. Pupils describe and begin to offer explanations for geographical patterns and for a range of physical and human processes. They describe how these processes can lead to similarities and differences between places. Pupils describe ways in which places are linked through the movement of goods and people.
GRADE D. Pupils begin to describe geographical patterns and to appreciate the importance of location in understanding places. They recognise and describe physical and human processes. They begin to show understanding of how these processes can change the features of places, and that these changes affect the lives and activities of people living there.


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