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Water is central to the study of geography, including geographic processes, management of geographic issues (at global, regional and local levels) and global inequalities.The resources linked from this Sites2See could be used within many different units of work and to address a broad range of outcomes in Stage 4, 5 and 6 Geography syllabuses.
Stage 6 outcomes:
P5 examines the geographical nature of global challenges confronting humanity
P8 selects, organises and analyses relevant geographical information from a variety of sources
P9 uses maps, graphs and statistics, photographs and fieldwork to conduct geographical inquiries
H5 evaluates environmental management strategies in terms of ecological sustainability
H6 evaluates the impacts of, and responses of people to, environmental change
H9 evaluates geographical information and sources for usefulness, validity and reliability
H10 applies maps, graphs and statistics, photographs and fieldwork to analyse and integrate data in geographical contexts
H12 explains geographical patterns, processes and future trends through appropriate case studies and illustrative examples.