Geography 2.1
 This achievement standard involves demonstrating  geographic understanding of a large natural  environment. Demonstrate...
 Natural characteristics (elements) of an environment    include landforms (relief), climate, soils, and    vegetation....
 the characteristics of a large natural environment how the elements and processes of the large natural  environment int...
the characteristics of a large natural environment What are the characteristics ? Soils? Types and Pattern Landforms ? ...
how the elements and processes of the largenatural environment interact What are the elements of the environment ? Soils...
how a large natural environment is formed andchanges over time Evolution and change Landscape evolves by    tectonic pro...
how people interact with a large naturalenvironment How have people used the landscape ? Trans Amazonian Highway - Settl...
how peoples perceptions of a large naturalenvironment change over time. How did people see the landscape in the past ? U...
 Use names and stats wherever you can Write specifically Use a good intro for each answer READ THE QUESTION !
Questions ?
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2.1 revision workshop 2012

  1. 1. Geography 2.1
  2. 2.  This achievement standard involves demonstrating geographic understanding of a large natural environment. Demonstrate comprehensive geographic understanding of a large natural environment involves:  fully explaining aspects of the large natural environment including the use of geographic terminology and concepts, showing insight.  integrating comprehensive supporting case study evidence
  3. 3.  Natural characteristics (elements) of an environment include landforms (relief), climate, soils, and vegetation. Processes include climatic processes; tectonic and other internal processes; erosion, transportation, deposition, and other surface processes. Interaction of people with the natural environment may include cultural, economic, or political interaction.
  4. 4.  the characteristics of a large natural environment how the elements and processes of the large natural environment interact how a large natural environment is formed and changes over time how people interact with a large natural environment how peoples perceptions of a large natural environment change over time.
  5. 5. the characteristics of a large natural environment What are the characteristics ? Soils? Types and Pattern Landforms ? Types and Pattern Vegetation ? Type and Pattern Can you locate the different ones on a map ?
  6. 6. how the elements and processes of the largenatural environment interact What are the elements of the environment ? Soils, climate, landforms, vegetation Names ? How do these elements interact ? What are our processes we talk about ? Vegetation processes, fluvial processes, climate processes How/Where do these interact ?
  7. 7. how a large natural environment is formed andchanges over time Evolution and change Landscape evolves by tectonic processes and changes by Fluvial Processes Pangea splits Sth America splits from Africa Nazca subducts under sth American Fluvial Processes
  8. 8. how people interact with a large naturalenvironment How have people used the landscape ? Trans Amazonian Highway - Settlers Jari - Forestry Carajas - Mining Shifting Cultivation - Ranching How has the landscape affected the people ? Climate affects people Soils affect people Rivers and floods affect people
  9. 9. how peoples perceptions of a large naturalenvironment change over time. How did people see the landscape in the past ? Use it as much as possible How do they see it now ? Look after it , use it How did certain perspectives change ? People saw it as fertile but learned that it was not People saw it as a place to be used but now want to save it. Indigenous views have not changed.
  10. 10.  Use names and stats wherever you can Write specifically Use a good intro for each answer READ THE QUESTION !
  11. 11. Questions ?

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