IB Geography: Study Guide: IB Study Guide

Paperback | July 16, 2012

byGarrett Nagle, Briony Cooke

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Build unrivalled assessment potential.Providing the most effective assessment preparation, this fully comprehensive study guide was written by experienced IB teachers and workshop leaders to match the latest syllabus for SL and HL. Packed with exam practice, mark schemes and assessment advice, it supports the strongest performance inassessment.

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Build unrivalled assessment potential.Providing the most effective assessment preparation, this fully comprehensive study guide was written by experienced IB teachers and workshop leaders to match the latest syllabus for SL and HL. Packed with exam practice, mark schemes and assessment advice, it supports the strongest performance inas...

Garrett Nagle is Head of Geography at St. Edward's School at Oxford.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:208 pages, 11.69 × 8.27 × 0.48 inPublished:July 16, 2012Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198389159

ISBN - 13:9780198389156

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Table of Contents

Part 1: Core theme - patterns and change1. Populations in transition2. Disparities in wealth and development3. Patterns in environmental quality and sustainability4. Patterns in resource consumptionPart 2: Optional themes5. Freshwater - issues and conflicts6. Oceans and their coastal margins7. Extreme environments8. Hazards and disasters - risk assessment and response9. Leisure, sport and tourism10. The geography of food and health11. Urban environmentsExam questions on paper 2Part 3: Higher level extension - global interactions12. Measuring global interactions13. Changing space- the shrinking world14. Economic interaction15. Environmental change16. Sociocultural exchanges17. Political outcomes18. Global interactions at the local levelExam questions on paper 3Essay-writing guidelinesExternal markbandsMarkschemes for the exam questionsInternal assessment: advice to students and teachersIndex

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"This is a study guide which follows the syllabus carefully. It is useful when students are completing practise extended responses, as it provides a quick and precise overview of each topic. I use it to help summarise the Development topic after students complete a series of research projects.I keep a stash of these in my class to help students who struggle with the rich English requirements of the course." --Andrew McCarthy, International School of Singapore