Human geography is basically about where peoples live, why and how. It involves an understanding of the dynamics of cultures, societies and economies; traditionally, it is divided into six areas, including urban-, social- and political geography.
Physical geography involves an understanding of the dynamics of our planet – the landscapes, atmosphere and environments, and includes studies of the structure of the earth, plate tectonics, glaciation, climate and biomes.
Geography puts the understanding of social and physical processes within the context of place – recognising the great differences, similarities and links across the world.
The geography course for 2021-22 will cover a range of topics, with an emphasis on place, and the interconnectedness of physical and human processes. It will not repeat any lessons from previous years, although there will be some familiar content and themes.
|Group Convenors||Mary Sandell|
|Email to Convenor||Send email to Convenor|
|Time||16:45 - 17:45|
Cornerstone Community Centre
|Availability||Available - apply to the Convenor now|