The point about not being able to ask for a definition if the term isn't specifically in the syllabus is a general one that, afaik, applies to all exam boards these days.
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Ultimately, the 'correct' answer for many will be what the exam boards will be expecting... I'll ask Jon WoltonI've been in examiners meetings where mark schemes have been adapted because "it says <such and such> in <a book> so we'd better let them have it even though it's not really right"... ;-)
But still not enough to afford a house in Southwold...Having looked at prices there just a week or so ago, I'm pretty sure no one can afford a house in Southwold these days...
Totally agree - none of my job is not necessary.The only way I'm even near this job anymore is because I work 0.8 FTE. Without my day off a week I'd have been forced out of the job *at best*.
I suggested teaching fewer lessons and hence less of everything would be a good step...
No, 3 questions to answer. Will have only studied 2 completely, the third will have been introduced in the previous week or so
How do you stop lava?
Will be using this with my Year 7's later in the year. Some sort of cartoon strip activity associated with it ....?
Here are some of the aspects that have been proposed as fundamental to the CORE study of geography which I suspect may cause sleepless nights for many, although of course for others maybe not:
- economic restructuring and its effects on place
- place making and marketing
- cultural and artistic approaches to representing place (photography, film, art, literature, poetry
and drama - so Show of Hands; Country Life everyone please)
- lived experience of place in the past and present
I just wonder how many of the panel, many Professors, would currently be able to achieve an A* grade on what they are proposing for 17/18 year old A level students.