College students learning IB Geography are anticipated to have the ability to:

Photos

  • Interpret and analyse maps utilizing latitude, longitude, course, scale, grid references
  • Interpret and (the place applicable) draw and annotate isoline, choropleth, circulate, dot, topographic, and topological maps
  • Interpret satellite tv for pc and aerial images and cross sections (cross profile)

Graphs

  • Interpret and assemble: line, pie, bar scatter, triangular, logarithmic and bi-polar graphs, circulate charts, radial diagrams, inhabitants pyramids and Lorenz curves

Statistical assessments and indices

  • Interpret and calculate: complete, imply, median, mode, frequency, vary, density, share, ratio, Spearman’s rank correlation coefficient, chi squared take a look at, nearest neighbour index, location quotient, variety index, HDI, dependency ration and measures of spatial interplay (gravity fashions)

Analysis strategies

  • Observe and document data by: interviewing, draw a discipline sketch and taking images, measuring, judging, recording, classifying, describing traits, patterns and relationships in information, predicting, figuring out anomalies, making selections, concluding and evaluating analysis strategies

Writing Abilities

  • Consider geographic data by way of reliability, relevance, bias, and accuracy
  • Synthesize data, reply appropriately to command phrases and current a coherent argument

Desk of Contents[edit]

Core Themes – Half 1 – Patterns and Change (SL/HL)[edit]

The 4 subjects are obligatory:

  1. Populations in transition0% developed  as of April 29, 2011
  2. Disparities in wealth and growth0% developed  as of April 29, 2011
  3. Patterns in environmental high quality and sustainability0% developed  as of April 29, 2011
  4. Patterns in useful resource consumption0% developed  as of April 29, 2011

Optionally available Themes – Half 2 (SL/HL)[edit]

At customary degree 2 choices have to be studied, at larger degree 3 are required.

A. Freshwater – points and conflicts0% developed  as of April 29, 2011
B. Oceans and their coastal margins0% developed  as of April 29, 2011
C. Excessive Environments0% developed  as of April 29, 2011
D. Hazards and disasters – danger evaluation and response0% developed  as of April 29, 2011
E. Leisure, sport and tourism0% developed  as of April 29, 2011
F. The geography of meals and well being0% developed  as of April 29, 2011
H. City environments

Extension Themes – Half 3 – World Interactions (HL)[edit]

  1. Measuring world interactions0% developed  as of April 29, 2011
  2. Altering area – the shrinking world0% developed  as of April 29, 2011
  3. Financial interactions and flows0% developed  as of April 29, 2011
  4. Environmental change0% developed  as of April 29, 2011
  5. Social-cultural exchanges0% developed  as of April 29, 2011
  6. Political outcomes0% developed  as of April 29, 2011
  7. World interactions on the native degree0% developed  as of April 29, 2011

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