Resource 10 Essay On Evolution & Change

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Published on March 12, 2008

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Wednesday 12 th March DO NOW: Name a glacier in the TVC Whakapapa, Mangaturuturu, Whangaehu Name a river in the TVC ? Whangaehu, Whakapapanui, Mangatepopo Level 2 Geography

Wednesday 12 th March

DO NOW:

Name a glacier in the TVC

Whakapapa, Mangaturuturu, Whangaehu

Name a river in the TVC

? Whangaehu, Whakapapanui, Mangatepopo

http://finkspace.wikispaces.com/Level+2+Geography Assignment 1.1 due on Friday. Homework for Week 7:

Learning Intention: To be able to plan an essay that explains how the TVC evolved and has changed over time Evolution and Change of the TVC

TASK 1: Answer these questions 1. Name the parts to a paragraph Point or Statement, Example or evidence, Explanation or Discussion or Comment 2. Where in a paragraph do you add diagrams? After at the Point and during the example 3. Name the parts to an essay Introduction – body of essay (paragraphs) and then conclusion.

Copy: ESSAY QUESTION: Explain how your New Zealand natural landscape has evolved and changed over time. Is this question asking you to explain a process (a sequence of events)? This means that you need to write your essay outlining and explaining the sequence of events. Eg. About 140 million years ago… Then about ___ million years ago…. Today….

Explain may include giving reasons for, accounting for, justifying, comparing, clarifying. Detail relates to depth or breadth, which can be quantitative (number of examples) or qualitative (the quality of examples) . Comprehensive relates to depth and breadth, which can be quantitative or qualitative. Comprehensively explain natural landscapes. Explain, in detail, natural landscapes. Explain a natural landscape. Achievement with Excellence Achievement with Merit Achievement

Explain may include giving reasons for, accounting for, justifying, comparing, clarifying.

Detail relates to depth or breadth, which can be quantitative (number of examples) or qualitative (the quality of examples) .

Comprehensive relates to depth and breadth, which can be quantitative or qualitative.

Comprehensively explain natural landscapes.

Explain, in detail, natural landscapes.

Explain a natural landscape.

Point – Timing (eg 140 million years ago) What happened (using geographic terms) Example Where it happened (specific named places) Comparison of different events that are occurring at the same time (eg.while this was occurring…) Annotated Diagram (specific named features/places) Breadth OR Depth of examples Breadth AND depth of examples Explanation Why/How it happened - Cause/effect relationships (with more detail than achieved) Use of and Related to Important Geographic Idea(s) eg Location

Point –

Timing (eg 140 million years ago)

What happened (using geographic terms)

Example

Where it happened (specific named places)

Comparison of different events that are occurring at the same time (eg.while this was occurring…)

Annotated Diagram (specific named features/places)

Breadth OR Depth of examples

Breadth AND depth of examples

Explanation

Why/How it happened - Cause/effect relationships (with more detail than achieved)

Use of and Related to Important Geographic Idea(s) eg Location

Now it’s up to you. TASK: Plan your essay. Think about how many paragraphs you will need to explain the evolution. Think about how many paragraphs you will need to explain the change. Plan using P.E.E. (use bullet points or a paragraph tree) and diagrams that you will use.

Now it’s up to you.

TASK: Plan your essay.

Think about how many paragraphs you will need to explain the evolution.

Think about how many paragraphs you will need to explain the change.

Plan using P.E.E. (use bullet points or a paragraph tree) and diagrams that you will use.

Reflection Have you achieved today’s Learning Intention? Write down any questions that you have from today’s lesson. In your groups, work out the question you can’t answer. Learning Intention: To be able to plan an essay that explains how the TVC evolved and changed over time

Reflection

Have you achieved today’s Learning Intention?

Write down any questions that you have from today’s lesson.

In your groups, work out the question you can’t answer.

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