Term 3 is here and it will be a busy one for all.
See you at the quiz (August 8th); Marking workshop (August 23rd) or at the Scholarship workshop (13 September).
Don’t forget that the AGTA practice exams are available to use by all member schools.
You will need to be logged in to access these exams for later this term. Saves you time (which I know we all like) and you can be sure that students haven’t seen them (so reliable).
All levels and all standards available including scholarship.
Is there anyone out there who has a surlpus of, or no longer requires the text book:
Natural Landscapes: Level 7 – Geography
By (author) J. Mark Hensman
Should there be I would be grateful if you could get in touch.
Andy Jones WBHS
Thanks heaps for posting up the Scholarship resources, they will be well used by us up here in the Far North!
Thanks to the AGTA committee members we have published a series of mock examinations for you to use with your students later this year.
Hope you find them useful.
Mary and the committee
Resources from the course run earlier this week can be found at this location. CLICK HERE.
The course was run for teachers who are new to teaching Geography – either BTs or teachers who add Geography to their teaching portfolio.
The NZ Geographic magazine (issue 143 January – February 2017) has an article “In the wake of the quake” It details the seven faults that ruptured in the Kaikoura earthquake, including a great map / image showing the faults and towns. Also refers to the use of drone technology to survey the area post quake and effects on the natural landscape. A link to the article In the Wake of the Quake The article can be accessed through the EPIC database if your library has access to it. The article is probably best used as a teacher resource.