Activity 1. Check Your Understanding Questions!
Complete all the Check Your Understanding Questions in the textbook for all the units we have studied.
- Option B. Oceans and Coastal Margins – Pages 64, 78, 90 and 104.
- Option D. Geophysical Hazards – Pages 175, 185, 195 and 210.
- Unit 1. Changing Population – Pages 395, 408 and 423.
- Unit 2. Global Climate: Vulnerability and Resilience – Pages 435, 450 and 466.
- Unit 3. Global Resource Consumption and Security – Pages 529, 551 and 566.
- Option G. Urban Environments – Pages 348, 359, 373 and 385.
- Unit 4. Power, Places and Networks – Page 529, 551 and 567.
- Unit 5. Human Development and Diversity – Pages 582, 597 and 613.
- Unit 6. Global Risks and Resilience – Pages 626, 638 and 647.
Activity 2. Practice Exam Questions!
Complete all the Practice Exam Questions in the textbook for all the units we have studied.
- Option B. Oceans and Coastal Margins – Page 105.
- Option D. Geophysical Hazards – Page 211.
- Unit 1. Changing Population – Page 424.
- Unit 2. Global Climate: Vulnerability and Resilience – Page 467.
- Unit 3. Global Resource Consumption and Security – Page 514.
- Option G. Urban Environments – Page 386.
- Unit 4. Power, Places and Networks – Page 567.
- Unit 5. Human Development and Diversity – Page 613.
- Unit 6. Global Risks and Resilience – Page 647.
Activity 3. Everything is Geography!
- Pick any one of the items from on my tea table.
- Take it back to your table and place it in the centre (if it fits) of the paper sheet given.
- You have 20 minutes to complete the sheet to tell me why this item is so important to your Geography IB DP Standard Level course.
- Do this by linking the item to key areas of the SL course!
Activity 4. Case Study Sheet
- Complete this 5w’s case study sheet to revise all of the casestudies from Unit 1, 2 and 3.
Activity 5. The Bowl Game
- Cut out the keyword squares, fold them and put into a bowl.
- Get into groups of four – made up of two teams of two. Student A and C, Student B and D.
- Round One: A sixty second countdown starts and student A takes a keyword from the bowl. He/she must get his/her team member (Student C) to say what is on keyword square without using the keywords themselves. Once Student C correctly states what is on the keyword square Student A takes another one from the bowl and again tries to get Student C to say the keywords. This process stops once sixty seconds ends. It is then Student B’s turn for sixty seconds with his/her team mate Student D, then Student C and then Student D … until all the keywords have been done. A score is counted per team and the keywords are returned to the bowl.
- Round Two: the same principal as Round One but this time it is done without words, like a game of ‘charades’.
- Round Three: This time all that can be said is the initials of the keywords.
- Round Four: This time only one word can be used – but it must not be one of the keywords.
Keywords Sheet – Unit 3
Keywords Sheet – Option B. Oceans and Coastal Margins
Keywords Sheet – Option D. Geophysical Hazards