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jamielduffy
lost geography essays!!!

lost all of my geography essays what should i do!?


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Ciarasherlock160
hi aoife
Aoifew02
Aoifew02
hi ciara
Ciarasherlock160
honestly i dont know
wizard
wizard
mabe buy
wizard
wizard
maybe buy a revision book they have h1 essays
Abreen2001
i can write up list of every essay you need if you want, you could just bang them all out. Then highlight key words in all of them. look over past papers and see if you can group questions together(if theyre v. similar) but it only really works for regional. Youll be grand you just need to really catch up, write up a copybook full of every essay.
jamielduffy
thanks, ive got a good revision book that has tons of model answers etc and i got a list of the titles so I should be okay hopefully
clairemoore
Abreen2001 could you do a list of all the essays please
fiadhroe13
Buy the Sue Honan book, we use it for most if not all of our long questions. It has H1 sample answers for most of regional and physical geography. It doesn't include any human geography questions though!
Abreen2001
Here Claire---> any other questions go ahead Physical: Theory of Plate Tectonics Ireland's Tectonic Journey Convergent Plate Boundaries Divergent Plate Boundaries Passive Plate Boudnaries Distribution of Earthquakes Measurement and Effect of Earthquakes Factors Affects Effects of Earthquakes and how they can be reduced Volcanic distribution Volcanic landforms (volcanic and plutonic) Positive effects of volcanoes Negative effects of Volcanoes Measurement and Prediction of Volcanoes Distribution of Fold Mountains Impacts of Folding on the Irish Landscape Impact of Volcanic Activity on the Irish Landscape Impact of Tectonic Activity on the Irish Landscape Formation of Igneous Rocks Igneous Rock and Associated Landscape Formation of Sedimentary Rocks Sedimentary Rock and Associated Landscape Formation of Metamorphic Rocks Metamorphic Rock and Associated Landscape (Highly unlikely to be asked but if it is - formation of caps to create sharp mountain peaks is the landscape associated with it e.g. Mount Errigal, Sugarloaf etc) Human Interaction with the Rock Cycle (if you have studied Geothermal Energy as part of positive impact of volcanoes then that covers this essay) Active and Trailing Plate Margins Mechanical Weathering processes Chemical Weathering Processes Surface Karst Landscape Underground Karst Landscape
Abreen2001
contd. One of the flooding chapters: Mass Movement (two processes - I recommend Soil Creep and Mudflow/Lahar) Rivers (Landform of Erosion/Landform of Deposition - know a second one of each in case the question asks you for two - a question on erosion or deposition has appeared on every paper so it is only a matter of time before either the question is changed slightly or not on) Coasts (Landform of Erosion/Landform of Deposition - know a second one of each in case the question asks you for two - a question on erosion or deposition has appeared on every paper so it is only a matter of time before either the question is changed slightly or not on) Glaciers (Landform of Erosion/Landform of Deposition - know a second one of each in case the question asks you for two - a question on erosion or deposition has appeared on every paper so it is only a matter of time before either the question is changed slightly or not on) Human interaction with either mass movement/rivers/coasts - i.e. one essay on human interference with surface processes Higher Level Only - Isostatic Movement/Fluvial Adjustment to Base Level (Potentially you could be asked a question on River Catchment - consequent and subsequent streams but it has yet to appear on the paper as an S.Q. or a 30m but it did appear as a 20m 2/3 years ago (Peneplain was the topic))
Abreen2001
Regional three sections: - Concept of a Region - Socio-Economic Activities - Complexities of Regions I stress the importance of not just relying on Primary, Seconday and Tertiary activities for this section as they typically cover a maximum of 3/6 30m which appear on the paper. Concept of a Region: Essays include: Physical/Geomorphological Regions - The Burren/North European Plain - you could also do the Munster Ridge Valley if studied Climate Regions - Cool Temperate Oceanic Climate Administrative Regions - Ireland and/or France Cultural Regions - Language: The Gaeltacht/Belgium Cultural Regions - Religion: Northern Ireland/Islamic World Industrial Decline - Sambre Meuse Region/The Nord/Limerick/Greater Cork Area (which ever you have studied) Socio-Economic Regions - Defining Core and Peripheral Regions Next are the Core/Peripheral Socio-Economic Regions studied: The West Region/BMW/North & Western Region: Primary/Secondary/Tertiary/Human Processes The GDA: : Primary/Secondary/Tertiary/Human Processes Mezzogiorno: Primary/Secondary/Tertiary/Human Processes Paris Basin: Primary/Secondary/Tertiary/Human Processes Sub-Continental Regions: Brazil/India/American Southwest - : Primary/Secondary/Tertiary/Human Processes/Culture
Abreen2001
contd. Finally, you have the Complexities section whereby you are expected to understand how regions are often complicated. Essays include: - Conflict - The Basque Region/Pakitstan & India/Northern Ireland - Political, Economic and Social Coplexities in Northern Ireland - Expanding Boundaries - the GDA - Shrinking Boundaries: The Gaeltacht Region (Technically the EU can also be used here due to Brexit) - Implications of EU membership on Ireland - Impact of EU membership on Ireland You are also required to be able to draw a region or regions onto a map the country they are in (e.g. The BMW & GDA drawn into Ireland with physical/transport/urban features included).
dylancharlieo
well lads
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