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<p>Scheme of Work</p> <p>Tudor Grange Academy Worcester Assessment Calendar Core Template</p> <p>Assessment Calendar (Core subjects and Key Stage 4 option subjects)Subject:</p> <p>Geography AQA</p> <p>Year Group:</p> <p>Year 9</p> <p>Course / Qualification:</p> <p>GCSE Geography</p> <p>Assessments:</p> <p>Half Term 1</p> <p>Assessment Title:Formative Assessment 1</p> <p>Formative Assessment 2Common Assessment</p> <p>GCSE Exam Question: How have people adapted to living by fold mountains?</p> <p>Students complete extended piece of writing.</p> <p>Success criteria and writing frame given to support students.(6 marks) News Report: Nyiragongo VolcanoStudents write a report about the causes, impacts and responses of the 2002 volcano in Africa.</p> <p>Success criteria given.Iceland Case Study: how could you rebrand following a natural disaster?Students work in groups to create posters and leaflets to present. Focus on research, independent learning, teamwork and presenting.</p> <p>File Location:</p> <p>Feedback to students:Using success criteria linked to GCSE level ladder.</p> <p>Full diagnostic written comment 2 Targets. </p> <p>Attitude to learning gradeUsing success criteria linked to skills level ladder. </p> <p>Full diagnostic written comment 2 Targets. </p> <p>Success criteria given, related to skills level ladder.Full diagnostic written comment 2 Targets. </p> <p>Attitude to learning grade.</p> <p>Half Term 2</p> <p>Assessment Title:Formative Assessment 1</p> <p>Formative Assessment 2Common Assessment</p> <p>GCSE Exam Question: What is a Supervolcano?Students analyse different information resources to decide the most/least extreme human and physical impacts of super volcanoes.How can earthquakes be measured?Students complete living graph exercise by deciding where different events go onto richter scale.</p> <p>GCSE End of Unit 1: Restless Earth (past) paper</p> <p>File Location:</p> <p>Feedback to students:Peer Assessment and written comment with 2 Targets.</p> <p>Attitude to learning grade.Written Comment Mark out of 15 for correct placement and extra marks for rationalisation. </p> <p>Using success criteria linked to official GCSE mark scheme.</p> <p>Full diagnostic written comment 2 Targets. </p> <p>Self-assessment and targets for next unit.</p> <p>Attitude to learning grade.</p> <p>Half Term 3</p> <p>Assessment Title:Formative Assessment 1</p> <p>Formative Assessment 2Common Assessment</p> <p>How is a wave cut platform formed?Students answer a past exam question.(4 marks)GCSE Skills Practise Question: How do headlands form?Students draw and annotate series of field sketch of to demonstrate understanding of key stages and processes at work.</p> <p>(10 marks)What might the impacts of coastal flooding be?</p> <p>Using Canvey Island as a case study, students write a news report from the success criteria given.</p> <p>(10 marks)</p> <p>File Location:</p> <p>Feedback to students:Using success criteria linked to official GCSE mark scheme.</p> <p>AFL- Peer assessment.</p> <p>Comment and Target.Using success criteria linked to GCSE level ladder.</p> <p>Self-assessment and full diagnostic written comment with 2 targets. Using success criteria linked to GCSE level ladder.</p> <p>Full diagnostic written comment with 2 targets. Attitude to learning grade.</p> <p>Half Term 4</p> <p>Assessment Title:Formative Assessment 1</p> <p>Formative Assessment 2Common Assessment</p> <p>GCSE exam question: Why is sea level rising and what might the impacts of this be?</p> <p>8 mark questionGCSE exam question: Case Study of Mappletons Eroding Coastline</p> <p>Decision making</p> <p>Extended writing</p> <p>14 mark question </p> <p>GCSE Unit 5: The coastal zone (past) paper</p> <p>30 mark exam</p> <p>File Location:</p> <p>Feedback to students:Using success criteria linked to official AQA GCSE mark scheme.</p> <p>Full diagnostic written comment 2 Targets. </p> <p>Using success criteria linked to GCSE level ladder.</p> <p>Full diagnostic written comment 2 Targets. </p> <p>Attitude to learning grade.Using success criteria linked to official AQA GCSE mark scheme.</p> <p>Full diagnostic written comment 2 Targets. </p> <p>Attitude to learning grade.</p> <p>Half Term 5</p> <p>Assessment Title:Formative Assessment 1</p> <p>Formative Assessment 2Common Assessment</p> <p>GCSE Practise Question:</p> <p>Describe and explain the formation of ox bow lakes.</p> <p>Foundation- 4 marks</p> <p>Higher- 6 marks</p> <p>Students will be awarded level marking for answer.GCSE figure analysis Questions:</p> <p>Students study a photograph of the 2004 Bocastle floods to answer 2 questions:</p> <p>1. What are the impacts of this flood (4 marks)</p> <p>2. How could the flood be prevented? (2 marks)</p> <p>Students will be awarded level marking for answerMock Exam for physical unitStudents will prepare for summer exam by completing a past GCSE paper on physical units (30 marks)</p> <p>File Location:</p> <p>Feedback to students:Comment</p> <p>2 targets</p> <p>GCSE grade linked to grade descriptors</p> <p>Attitude to learningMark out of 4Comment</p> <p>2 targets</p> <p>GCSE grade linked to grade descriptors</p> <p>Attitude to learning</p> <p>Mark out of 6Comment</p> <p>2 targets</p> <p>GCSE grade linked to grade descriptors</p> <p>Attitude to learning</p> <p>Half Term 6</p> <p>Assessment Title:Formative Assessment 1</p> <p>Formative Assessment 2Common Assessment</p> <p>8 mark GCSE Practise question:</p> <p>Describe the advantages and disadvantages of soft engineering as means of controlling floodingIndependent thinking- evaluation task</p> <p>Has the U.K managed to successfully manage its water supply?Students use 6 thinking hats to evaluate how effect the Edan Valley Dams have been in supplying sustainable water supply to the UKUnit 5: Water on the Land: End of unit assessment</p> <p>Students complete 11 part GCSE past exam paper to demonstrate learning over entire unit.</p> <p>File Location:</p> <p>Feedback to students:Using AQA success criteria linked to GCSE grade boundaries.</p> <p>Full diagnostic written comment 2 Targets. </p> <p>Peer Assessment using 6 thinking hats</p> <p>RAG rating and mark out of 6</p> <p>Comment and 2 TargetsUsing success criteria linked to GCSE grade boundaries.</p> <p>Full diagnostic written comment 2 Targets. </p> <p>Attitude to learning grade.</p> <p>PAGE 1Stimulating the next generation of achievers</p>