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Savannah Problem Solving (Unit 2 2011)
Savannah Problem Solving (Unit 2 2011)
Savannah Problem Solving (Unit 2 2011)
Savannah Problem Solving (Unit 2 2011)
Savannah Problem Solving (Unit 2 2011)
Savannah Problem Solving (Unit 2 2011)
Savannah Problem Solving (Unit 2 2011)
Savannah Problem Solving (Unit 2 2011)
Savannah Problem Solving (Unit 2 2011)
Savannah Problem Solving (Unit 2 2011)
Savannah Problem Solving (Unit 2 2011)
Savannah Problem Solving (Unit 2 2011)
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  • 1. Sustainable Development Meeting the needs of the present without jeopardising the ability of future generations to meet their needs within the carrying capacity of the planet.
  • 2. Paper 2 Unit 2 Section B Problem Solving Exercise June 2011
  • 3. Describing location Interpreting a Map - explain causes and effects Qualities of a good Answer Give clear reasons - ask yourself ‘why’ and ‘so’? Using map evidence (or from a graph, or image). Generate links - as complex as possible Apply complex ideas such as sustainable development
  • 4. Interpreting graphs Predicting impacts Qualities of a good Answer Give clear reasons - ask yourself ‘why’ and ‘so’? Using graph evidence (or from a map, or image). Generate links - as complex as possible Apply complex ideas such as sustainable development
  • 5. Analysing food webs
  • 6. Explaining ideas in detail Qualities of a good Answer Give clear reasons - ask yourself ‘why’ and ‘so’? Using graph evidence (or from a map, or image). Generate links - as complex as possible Apply complex ideas such as sustainable development Check the number of marks very carefully - write enough but not too much.
  • 7. Assessing options and proposals Qualities of a good matrix Give clear and detailed reasons. Refer to evidence in the booklet and exam paper. Include your own ideas - apply big concepts such as SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT and MULTIPLIER EFFECTS. Use this a plan for your written report
  • 8. Assessing options and proposals
  • 9. Presenting your ideas What is the big idea behind your plan? What are you trying to do? Which proposals will you accept? Why? Give detailed reasons explaining the advantages. Apply different view points. Are you adapting or amending of the proposals? Are you blending any together? Which proposals are you rejecting? Why are you rejecting it? What are the main downsides of this? Briefly summarise your plan - what does it achieve? Why will it work? Apply your big idea, eg sustainable development.

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