YEAR 7 ‘ASSESSMENT’Follow your teacher’s instructions      carefully. Good luck !!
SECTION 1        FINDING YOUR WAY• Look at the map that is in front of you.• You now have 10 minutes to answer the  questi...
A. Which village is found in grid square 8782 ? (1)B. Follow the B1415 road east from this village and you   come to the v...
SECTION 2           SETTLING DOWN       Answer A, B or C – 1 minute per questiona) Which of the following is furthest up t...
SECTION 2          SETTLING DOWN      Answer A, B or C – 1 minute per questionb) Which of these has the smallest populatio...
SECTION 2             SETTLING DOWN       Answer A, B or C – 1 minute per question    c) Which type of   settlement is lik...
d) This is Meadowhall Shopping Centre. Suggest atleast 3 reasons why it might have been located here (3)
Convenience or Comparison         Goods? (1 mark each)e)                f)g)                h)
i) Imagine living in this place.Suggest 2 advantages and 2disadvantages of living in alarge city like London for ayoung co...
SECTION 3: EARNING A LIVING
Does the job involve extractingraw materials from the earth                PRIMARYor sea ?                                ...
Are these jobs Primary, Secondary or Tertiary jobs ? (1 mark each)  A)
Are these jobs Primary, Secondary        or Tertiary jobs ?B)
Are these jobs Primary, Secondary        or Tertiary jobs ?  C)
D) Suggest some ofthe processes thatare required on anARABLE farm….(at least 4)
SECTION 3: EARNING A LIVINGE) Imagine you are choosing a location   for a pizza factory. What factors   would you consider...
SECTION 4: GEOGRAPHY OF           SPORTWe looked at the link between sport and the                 environment.On the next...
Sponsoredby bigcompaniessuch as Niketo wear theirclothes…
B. Cricket World Cup has just finished in the Caribbean. Suggest some          links between Geography and Cricket. Think ...
BONUS SECTION (4 marks)Describe the growth of the EU,mentioning some of thecountries that have joined.Use no more than 60 ...
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An experiment from 2007 - put the exam paper on a powerpoint and move through it so that students stuck to time, and didn't spend too long on one section... A little dated, and not ideal content wise, but worth thinking about perhaps... saves on photocopying for one thing...

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Year 7 Assessment

  1. 1. YEAR 7 ‘ASSESSMENT’Follow your teacher’s instructions carefully. Good luck !!
  2. 2. SECTION 1 FINDING YOUR WAY• Look at the map that is in front of you.• You now have 10 minutes to answer the questions on the next slide.• Try not to leave a gap.• Label your answers with a number.• Write them clearly – someone else will have to read them..• If you finish the questions, spend some time doing the BONUS section.
  3. 3. A. Which village is found in grid square 8782 ? (1)B. Follow the B1415 road east from this village and you come to the village of Snainton. Is this bigger or smaller than the village in question A ? (1)C. Name 2 services which are shown on the map in Snainton (2)D. Give the 6 figure grid reference of any of the 3 caravan sites shown on the map (1)E. Name the2 major ‘A’ roads which run from East to West across the map (2)F: How is the relief of the middle of the map different to the northern and southern parts of the map ? (3)G. Find the settlement of Sherburn in the SE of the map. What is the 6 figure reference of the church with a tower in the village ? (2) BONUS If you were driving across the map from left to right, describe the landscape that you would see… (3)
  4. 4. SECTION 2 SETTLING DOWN Answer A, B or C – 1 minute per questiona) Which of the following is furthest up the settlement hierarchy ? HAMLET CITY TOWN (1 mark)
  5. 5. SECTION 2 SETTLING DOWN Answer A, B or C – 1 minute per questionb) Which of these has the smallest population TOWN HAMLET VILLAGE (1 mark)
  6. 6. SECTION 2 SETTLING DOWN Answer A, B or C – 1 minute per question c) Which type of settlement is likely to have this as its only services ?VILLAGETOWNHAMLET (1 mark)
  7. 7. d) This is Meadowhall Shopping Centre. Suggest atleast 3 reasons why it might have been located here (3)
  8. 8. Convenience or Comparison Goods? (1 mark each)e) f)g) h)
  9. 9. i) Imagine living in this place.Suggest 2 advantages and 2disadvantages of living in alarge city like London for ayoung couple with 2 children(4 marks)
  10. 10. SECTION 3: EARNING A LIVING
  11. 11. Does the job involve extractingraw materials from the earth PRIMARYor sea ? LOOK AT THIS FOR A MINUTE TO REMIND YOU…Does the job involve makingproducts in a factory or SECONDARYassembling products ?Does the job involve offering aservice ? TERTIARY
  12. 12. Are these jobs Primary, Secondary or Tertiary jobs ? (1 mark each) A)
  13. 13. Are these jobs Primary, Secondary or Tertiary jobs ?B)
  14. 14. Are these jobs Primary, Secondary or Tertiary jobs ? C)
  15. 15. D) Suggest some ofthe processes thatare required on anARABLE farm….(at least 4)
  16. 16. SECTION 3: EARNING A LIVINGE) Imagine you are choosing a location for a pizza factory. What factors would you consider when choosing where to put it ? (3 marks)Need to name at least 3 and explain WHY you chose them.
  17. 17. SECTION 4: GEOGRAPHY OF SPORTWe looked at the link between sport and the environment.On the next slide is a starter image and a link with Geography. A. Suggest 3 more links (3)
  18. 18. Sponsoredby bigcompaniessuch as Niketo wear theirclothes…
  19. 19. B. Cricket World Cup has just finished in the Caribbean. Suggest some links between Geography and Cricket. Think about: Weather Equipment Travelling to fixtures Sponsorship The Fans (4 marks)
  20. 20. BONUS SECTION (4 marks)Describe the growth of the EU,mentioning some of thecountries that have joined.Use no more than 60 words !

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