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Term Code Achievement Standard Title credits Int / Ext FAO
1 91431 Analyse aspects of a contemporary geographic issue 3 I Yes
1/2 91426Demonstrate an understanding of how interacting natural processes shape a New Zealand geographic environment 4 E
2 91432 Analyse aspects of a geographic topic at a global scale 3 I
2/3 91430 Conduct geographic research with consultation 5 I
3 91427 Demonstrate an understanding of how a cultural process shapes geographic environment(s) 4 E

What should I have already achieved?
To be successful in Level 3 Geography you should have a developing knowledge of geographic concepts and their application. 
What will I learn?
In this course you will focus on the application of geographic concepts such as perspectives, patterns and sustainability. You will identify and apply such concepts to case studies you develop at a local, national and global scale. Topics include the study of coastal processes and Tourism in New Zealand as well as the global diamond trade, whaling in the South Pacific and a research topic of your choosing. 
How will this course be assessed?
This course will be assessed by a combination of internal assessments (11 credits) and external assessments (8 credits). Assessments will require written paragraphs as well as diagrams and maps or graphs.

Will there be any FAO?  (Further Assessment Opportunities)
Yes, I FAO for 91431
Are there any Pre-requisite for level ??
Students must have their Level 2 Literacy

What are the course costs? Students must have a workbook of their choosing to keep notes
Subpages (1): 13GEO Year plan