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  • Physical Geography
    • Part 2 of the paper is worth 45 marks
    • You choose 3 questions from 7
    • We have covered:
    • Plate tectonics
    • Glaciers
    • Rivers
    • Coasts
    • Each of these is worth 15 marks
  • Plate tectonics
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  • Key points
    • Formation of fold mountains, volcanoes and earthquakes and link with plate boundaries
    • Different types of volcano, features and causes
    • Case study of fold mountains in the Alps
    • Management of an earthquake and volcanic event
    • Short-term responses and long-term recovery
    • Contrast between LEDC and MEDC
    • Evaluate sources of aid
    • 2 case studies from, Montserrat and Kobe, Mt St Helens & Kashmir
  • Activity
    • Complete the questions in your book. I suggest you print the questions out as notes (not full slides) at about 3 to a page if you want paper copies of the questions to stick in your books.
    • Useful revision sites:
    • http:// www.bennett.karoo.net/topics/platetec.html
    • Geobytes is an awesome teacher site! Have a good look!
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  • 2 marks 3 marks
  • 3 marks (Sketch or print the diagram)
  • 5 marks
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