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  1. 1. What are we learning today?2.4 Changing land useBy the end of this unit I will:•Understand how retail provision changes over time•Know what ‘land use’ is•Understand how and why land use is changing in cities•Know what the problems and challenges in city areas are•Know how a city development can be made moresustainable•Understand the relationship between the provision of goods andservices and the population size of settlementsCase study:•I can name a city and describe the changes occurring within it
  2. 2. How can a city development be made moresustainable? FIRST: A recap of Urban Land Use Models so far...... RECAP
  3. 3. Case Study: Greenwich Millennium Village – sustainable city living? A case study about how a city development can be made more sustainable What famous building is on this map of Greenwich Millennium Village?
  4. 4. What is sustainability?• In the back of your books write a meaning of the word sustainable.• How did you do? Sustainable means using resources that meet our needs while preserving (looking after) the environment.• Throughout this lesson consider how sustainable Greenwich Millennium Village is.
  5. 5. Other key wordsUrban regeneration/redevelopment –renewing/improving urban areasBrownfield site – land on which there have alreadybeen buildings
  6. 6. Case Study: Greenwich Millennium Village – sustainable city living?• All: To understand there are different ways to develop urban areas• Most Appreciate that some of these developments are more sustainable than others• Some: Explain how the need for sustainable development affects planning and management of change
  7. 7. First impressions? (10 seconds!)
  8. 8. To start us off.• Make a list of at least 5 things that people living in a city can do to reduce their use of some of the earths resources such as oil and metals.• Here’s one idea –1. Use sustainable resources like wood when extending or renovating their house.You have 3 minutes.
  9. 9. Here are somethat I thought of. Wind Solar Turbines Renewable Solar Heating, energy water ventilation and generation heating cooling system efficiency What features might a Sustainable Recycled Building materials Sustainable sustainable Materials Energy Use building have? Volatile Organic Efficient use of Waste Compounds water Management
  10. 10. What about where you live?What key SUSTAINABLE features would an estate agent trying to sell a house in your road try to promote in an advert?
  11. 11. REMEMBER: Throughout this lesson consider howsustainable Greenwich Millennium Village is. Watch this!Tick off anything on the mind map that applies tothe Greenwich Millennium Village, and add anymore features that you see that are sustainable.
  12. 12. Homework• Research – Is the Greenwich Millennium Village considered to be a success? Who by?
  13. 13. TIMED PAIR SHAREDiscuss with the person sat next to... Is the GMV truly sustainable or just the best we can do today?1.Take it in turns to answer.2.10 seconds to THINK.3.You will have 30 seconds each.4.Person with the Longest hair to start!
  14. 14. Reviewing what we have learnt today.You lucky, lucky people! Instead of making a case study sheet, I’ve done one for you!
  15. 15. Your exam is in THREE sections, eachwith two questions.You will answer one question from eachsection.The questions are split into smallersections
  16. 16. Take the time to read both questionsbecause you want to be able to answerthe WHOLE question.
  17. 17. Each section is worth 25 marks andyou should allow half an hour to answerthe questions in it.You will have one and a half hours intotal.
  18. 18. The first part of the question willnormally be 3 marks for skills e.g.OS map reading, graph reading,photograph analysis. (point marking)
  19. 19. Example Question for Urban Development 1992 2000 2008 Green space / hectares 1.(a)(i) What percentage of the Employed 200 population was unemployed in 150 2008? (1 mark) Unemployed 100 50 (ii) What happened to the amount of green space between 2000 and 0 1992 2000 2008 2008? (1 mark)
  20. 20. The second part of the question willnormally be 2 marks for knowledge e.g.definitions (point marking).
  21. 21. The next part normally contains 3x 4mark questions testing knowledgeand understanding - (point marking)These are marked either 4x1 (4relevant points, 1 mark each) or 2x2(2 relevant points and development)
  22. 22. (b)(i) An area of the city is being redeveloped. Give one social, oneeconomic and one environmental need of the occupants of the citythat the developers should consider. (3 marks)
  23. 23. (ii) Explain two ways in which these needs could be met in asustainable way. (4 marks)
  24. 24. The last type of question you will get:8 mark case study (level marked) (Will always haveopportunity to develop 3 ideas)L1 (1-3 marks) 3 simple pointsL2 (4-6 marks) 3 developments of the simple points.(Can reach L2 without making 3 simple points)L3 (7-8 marks) Given for place specific detail e.g.dates, specific facts e.g. cost, dates, etc. (Cannotreach L3 without 3 developed points)
  25. 25. 2 Case Study – urban developmentName an urban area that is being developed.Describe the development of this area and explain whether it issustainable or not. (8 marks)The area that I have studied is.............................................................How the area has been developed? .............................................What makes this development sustainable? .......................................