You will inquire more deeply into a very local case study of your choice related to coastal geography.
Local scale will be smaller than a megacity, and closer to one area or section of the coast line.
You will create a Geography Exam with source materials and three questions.
Your source materials needs to be connected to your questions that you create and will help answer them.
Your 3 questions need to fall into this structure:
Question #1: This question is a very basic. We are looking for definition, description, etc. of three key terms.
Question #2: This question needs to deal with the importance of the coastal area that you are looking at.
Criterion A will be used to asses Questions 1 and 2.Criterion A
Question #3: This question needs to look at management strategies related to a case study.
Criteria C will be used to assess Question 3.Criterion C
(You will need to have a list of references that shows that you have selected a wide range of sources)
In order to create and answer these questions, you will need to find or make:
1. Maps of your case study.
2. A field sketch or photos.
3. Secondary sources.
Information that you will need:
- A list of command terms. Level 1 are used with Question 1, Level 2 are used with Question 2, and Level 3 are used with Question 3.
- A list of key terms from geographyalltheway site that we’ve looked at and this BBC site on Coastal Management.
Here is an example.ExampleofCoastalInquiry