The Geography Elective Years 7-10 syllabus focuses on the geographical processes that form and transform environments and communities.
The course explores contemporary geographical issues and events, including the roles and responsibilities of individuals, groups and governments, using a range of scales (that is, from local to global).
Students may undertake either 100 or 200 hours of study in Geography Elective 7-10 in Stage 4 and or Stage 5. Courses are structured in the following ways:
A 100-hour course
- a minimum of three topics
A 200-hour course
- a minimum of five topics.
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Geography elective learning sequences
Explore the following learning sequences to support your teaching of the Geography Elective 7-10 (2019) syllabus. Each resource has been designed to be contextualised into your teaching and learning programs in part or in full.
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