Elective Geography Secondary 3 Normal Academic- Exam Format/ LORMS

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Elective Geography Secondary 3 Normal Academic- Exam Format/ LORMS

  1. 1. + 2193 Geog Elective Normal Academic 26 April 2012
  2. 2. + answer 2 questions, one from each
  3. 3. + 2008 Specimen Paper  Use information from Figs 4A and 4B to help explain core-peripery relationships between DCs and LDCs. [6 marks]  Apart from having MNCs, state how the development gap between developed and less developed countries can be closed. [3 marks]  Describe and give reasons for the areas of different levels of development, as shown in Fig. 5 [6 marks]
  4. 4. +  Explain how political conflicts can hold back the development of a county [4 marks]  Explain how education and health provisions influence the quality of life in developed countries and less developed countries. [6 marks]
  5. 5. + A01+ A03 Questions: Using data from question  Use information from Figs 4A and 4B to help explain core-peripery relationships between DCs and LDCs. [6 marks]  Describe and give reasons for the areas of different levels of development, as shown in Fig. 5 [6 marks] what is the similarity?
  6. 6. + A01+ A02 Questions: Using knowledge from textbooks  Apart from having MNCs, state how the development gap between developed and less developed countries can be closed. [3 marks]  Explain how political conflicts can hold back the development of a county [4 marks]  Explain how education and health provisions influence the quality of life in developed countries and less developed countries. [6 marks] last question marked using LORMS what is the similarity?
  7. 7. + Level Descriptors (LORMS):  What do we know about LORMS?  Geog Elective NA  Each question consists six parts,  Includes an open-ended question  marked based on 3 levels  maximum of 6 marks
  8. 8. + Level Descriptors (LORMS) P-E-E-L Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 • Point • Elaboration • Linking back to • Examples question • Answering question
  9. 9. + Level Descriptors (LORMS): Answers for sample paper Point Elaboration/ Examples Link (Answering Question)
  10. 10. + Link (Answering Question)  Explain how political conflicts can hold back the development of a county [4 marks](from list of command words)

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