GCSE Geography Fieldwork for OCR - available
Fieldwork and geographical skills are core elements of OCR Geography specifications and assessments. This textbook has been endorsed by OCR and has been designed to support teachers and students of OCR GCSE (9-1) Geography A Geographical Themes (J383) and OCR GCSE (9-1) Geography B Geography for Enquiring Minds (J384) throughout the fieldwork process.
This textbook enables students to become active participants at each of the six stages of the enquiry process. It provides:
examples of how fieldwork may be used to investigate physical geography and human geography in a variety of unfamiliar contexts
strengths and limitations of fieldwork methods and presentation techniques
advice on how to draw charts, graphs, and maps
step-by-step guides to numeracy techniques and text analysis
ideas to help students consolidate their learning and prepare for the examination of fieldwork
a glossary of key fieldwork terms
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Table of Contents
Imprint and acknowledgements
Why do geographers do fieldwork?
How to use this book
Part 01 The enquiry process
Chapter 1 Creating an aim for fieldwork
Chapter 2 How is evidence collected?
Chapter 3 Processing and presenting evidence
Chapter 4 How can evidence be analysed?
Chapter 5 Conclusion
Chapter 6 Evaluation
Part 02 Fieldwork in human environments
Chapter 7 Investigating changing places
Chapter 8 Investigating sustainable places
Part 03 Fieldwork in physical environments
Chapter 9 Investigating coastal environments
Chapter 10 Investigating river environments
Part 04 Preparing for your fieldwork assessment
Chapter 11 Getting ready for the exam