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Geography develops knowledge and skills that enable understanding of the complex interactions of the world from a spatial perspective. Learn to participate effectively as global citizens in the sustainable use and management of the world’s resources.
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Unit 1: Hazards and disasters
- Investigate two contrasting types of hazards and the responses to them.
- Investigate hazard causes and impacts, human responses to hazard events and interconnections between human activities and natural phenomena.
- How people have responded to specific types of hazards, including attempts to reduce vulnerability to, and the impact of, hazard events.
Unit 2: Tourism
- Investigate the characteristics of tourism, emphasis on where it has developed, its various forms, how it has changed and continues to change, it’s impact on people, places and environments
- Investigate contrasting examples of tourism from within Australia and elsewhere in the world
- A study of tourism at local, regional and global scales emphasises the interconnection within and between places.
Unit 3: Changing the land
- Investigations of geographical change: change to land cover and change to land use.
- Investigate three major processes that are changing land cover in many regions of the world
Unit 4: Human population – trends and issues
- Investigate the geography of human populations.
- Explore the patterns of population change, movement and distribution.
- Explore how governments, organisations and individuals have responded to those changes in different parts of the world.
- Investigate significant population trends arising throughout the world.
- Examine the dynamics of populations and their economic, social, political and environmental impacts
- Undertake and understand the nature of fieldwork
- Analyse, describe and explain significant geographical trends
- Analyse, describe and explain processes that cause or contribute to geographical changes
- Write reports based on fieldwork completed
- Global Politics
- Health and Human Development