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Tudor Grange Academy Worcester Assessment Calendar Core Template

Assessment Calendar (Core subjects and Key Stage 4 option subjects)

Subject:

Geography

Year Group:

Year 10

Course / Qualification:

GCSE Geography

Assessments:

Half Term 1

Assessment Title:Formative Assessment 1

Formative Assessment 2Common Assessment

What factors influence population change?

A. Categorisation task; Identifying and defining factors that effect population change.

B. Using the formula for natural change to calculate changing population.

GCSE Practise Questions

Past AQA GCSE questions on DTM, Population Pyramids.

(18 marks)GCSE Case study question: China one child policyPast AQA GCSE question on Unit 8: Population Change.

(8 marks)

File Location:

Feedback to students:Written Comment Mark out of 25 for correct definition and extra marks for correct calculation of natural change.

Mark out of 18 using success criteria linked to GCSE level grade boundary,

Full diagnostic written comment 2 Targets.

Mark out of 8 using success criteria linked to GCSE level grade boundary,

Full diagnostic written comment 2 Targets.

Attitude to learning grade.

Half Term 2

Assessment Title:Formative Assessment 1

Formative Assessment 2Common Assessment

Problems of an Aging Population

Use thinking hats to explore and evaluate impacts and solutions of an aging population in the U.K.

Mystery Task: Where is Enrique going?

Mexico- USA migration; Students solve mystery by sorting push/ pull factors into social, economic, environmental and political factors before making a justified decision- should Enrique say or go?

GCSE End of Unit 6: Population Change (past) paper.

30 marks.

File Location:Problems of an Aging Population

Use thinking hats to explore and evaluate impacts and solutions of an aging population in the U.K.

Mystery Task: Where is Enrique going?

Mexico- USA migration; Students solve mystery by sorting push/ pull factors into social, economic, environmental and political factors before making a justified decision- should Enrique say or go?

GCSE End of Unit 6: Population Change (past) paper.

30 marks.

Feedback to students:Problems of an Aging Population

Use thinking hats to explore and evaluate impacts and solutions of an aging population in the U.K.

Mystery Task: Where is Enrique going?

Mexico- USA migration; Students solve mystery by sorting push/ pull factors into social, economic, environmental and political factors before making a justified decision- should Enrique say or go?

GCSE End of Unit 6: Population Change (past) paper.

30 marks.

Half Term 3

Assessment Title:Formative Assessment 1

Formative Assessment 2Common Assessment

What are the key indicators of world development?

Students define and explain 7 key indicators of word development using geographical terminology Hurricane Ivan case study

Students complete a 7 mark GCSE question linked to the case study of hurricane IvanIs there a way to end world debt?

Students carry out independent investigation to evaluate the extent of third world debt before writing it up into a report

Skills preparation for controlled assessment

File Location:

Feedback to students:Self Assessment

Numerical mark /14 which translates to a GCSE grade

Students reflect by writing own comment and reviewing learning by setting 2 personal targets.

Attitude to learning grade

Peer Assessment

GCSE Grade- AQA criteria

2 targets and full written comment

Attitude to learning gradeUsing success criteria linked to GCSE grade boundaries.

Full diagnostic written comment 2 Targets.

Attitude to learning grade.

Half Term 4

Assessment Title:Formative Assessment 1

Formative Assessment 2Common Assessment

GCSE CASE STUDY PAST QUESTION

Using case study examples explain why development is uneven across Europe.

8 marksGCSE SKILLS PAST QUESTION

What can be done to even out development across the EU?

10 marksAQA GCSE PAST PAPER: Unit 11: The development gap (2010)

25 marks

File Location:

Feedback to students:Using success criteria and varying perspectives. AFL and peer assessment- supported by teacher assessment

Full written Comment Mark out of 10 for accuracy of geographical skills

-2 targets.

Attitude to learning gradeUsing success criteria linked to GCSE grade boundaries.

Full diagnostic written comment 2 Targets.

Attitude to learning grade.

Half Term 5

Assessment Title:Formative Assessment 1

Formative Assessment 2Common Assessment

GCSE CASE STUDY QUESTION:

Using case study examples explain how ICT and communications have impacted upon the development of the poor world

(8 marks)

GCSE FIGURE ANALYSIS QUESTION:What messages might figure 3 communicate about the effects of TNCs in the poor world?

(6 marks)GCSE CASE STUDY QUESTION:Explain the positive and negative social impacts of China becoming the new economic giant

(8 marks)

File Location:

Feedback to students:Mark out of 8 using success criteria linked to GCSE level grade boundary,

Full diagnostic written comment 2 Targets.

Attitude to learning grade.Peer Assessment- Mark out of 6 using success criteria linked to GCSE level grade boundary,

Full diagnostic written comment 2 Targets.

Attitude to learning grade.Teacher and Self Assessment- Mark out of 6 using success criteria linked to GCSE level grade boundary,

Full diagnostic written comment 2 Targets.

Half Term 6

Assessment Title:Formative Assessment 1

Formative Assessment 2Common Assessment

Research task: Global demand for energy.Students research the variations in the global use of energy and write a report about the impacts of future energy usage increases.GCSE Exam Question: Using a case study example, explain why international cooperation is needed to tackle water supply issues.

(8 marks)GCSE End of Unit 12: Globalisation (past) paper.

25marks.

File Location:

Feedback to students:Using success criteria linked to GCSE grade boundaries.

Full diagnostic written comment 2 Targets. Attitude to learning grade.

Peer Assessment- Mark out of 8 using success criteria linked to GCSE mark scheme.

Full diagnostic written comment 2 Targets.

Using success criteria linked to GCSE grade boundaries.

Full diagnostic written comment 2 Targets.

Attitude to learning grade.

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