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Geographical investigation intro
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  • WRITE IN PLANNERS!
  • Brainstorm some questions that you could ask about this topic
  • Water – homes, buildings, swimming poolsSpaces: homes, greenhouses, officesFluid to turn turbines to generate electricity
  • Water – homes, buildings, swimming poolsSpaces: homes, greenhouses, officesFluid to turn turbines to generate electricity
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    • 1. Geographical InvestigationWorth 10% of your final grade
    • 2. How will I present my work? • You will be creating a 5 minute (NO LONGER) oral presentation. • You should have a PowerPoint to go with your presentation. • You may have notes with you, but no fully detailed scripts allowed. • You will be recorded.
    • 3. Who will I present my work to? • You will be presenting your speeches in front of either Miss Hamer or Mr Brodhurst. • They will record you. • There will be no other person in the room. • You will have an allotted appointment time, which you must attend.
    • 4. When?
    • 5. What to expect from us• Guidance about structuring your presentation and how to get started.• Provision of certain case study material you can include.• Help understanding the mark scheme.• ICT support
    • 6. What we expect from you• Productive use of all lessons.• Part of your homework time devoted to your presentation and research.• Responsibility for your own work load.• A presentation that is worth 10% of your final grade, that justifies 6 hours of lessons and homework time.
    • 7. Mark Scheme
    • 8. How has Solarenergy developedacross the world?
    • 9. Location/Background• What is solar energy?• Are there different types?• How does it work?• Where was it invented and by who?• Is it expensive? What does it cost?• Why was it invented? Why is it needed? What’s its purpose?
    • 10. Analysis/Investigative• Which countries use it?• How have they used it?• Which countries have not used it?• Why have they not used it?• How has it helped/hindered people? Advantages?• How has it helped/hindered the environment? Disadvantages?
    • 11. Evaluation/effects• What do different stakeholders feel about solar energy? Why?• Where is it most successful/unsuccessful? Why?• Is solar energy sustainable?• Are there negatives of solar energy?
    • 12. Conclusion• What are my views on solar energy?• What will the future be like for solar energy? OR What will the future be like without it?• What conclusion have a I made?
    • 13. How you structure your presentation • I suggest that you follow the vague outline on the planning grid. • You should try to address the enquiry questions in the relevant places.
    • 14. How you structure your presentation • You can answer some questions within a particular case study: • Where has it been successful, why? • How has it helped people/environment? • What do stakeholders think about it?
    • 15. How will I choose my case studies? • We will certainly provide you with some solar energy real examples. • You should aim to include at least 2 case studies and no more than 4 (you only have 5 minutes!) • They should compliment each other and help you address your questions – small vs. large scale/top down vs. bottom up/high cost vs. low cost.
    • 16. Converted toCan be used to heat:
    • 17. Solar power is the conversion of sunlight into electricity.Concentrated solar power systemsUses lenses or mirrors and tracking systems to focus a large area of sunlight into a small beam.
    • 18. Photovoltaic SystemsPhotovoltaics are best known as a method for generating electricpower by using solar cells to convert energy from the sun into aflow of electrons.
    • 19. • http://cartertongeography.blogspot.co.uk/

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