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Content description VCGGC101

Geography / Levels 7 and 8 / Geographical Concepts and Skills / Place, space and interconnection
Content description
Identify, analyse and explain interconnections within places and between places and identify and explain changes resulting from these interconnections
  1. describing how water is an available resource when it is groundwater, soil moisture (green water), and surface water in dams, rivers and lakes (blue water), and a potential resource when it exists as salt water, ice, water vapour or waste water, and using the concept of the water cycle to show the connections between the different forms
  2. explaining how the movement of water through the environment connects places. For example, the melting of snow in spring feeding rivers and dams downstream
  3. comparing student access to and use of places and spaces in their local area and evaluating how this affects perceptions of liveability
  4. analysing the role of landforms and landscapes in tourism. For example, Uluru in Australia or the Grand Canyon in the USA
  5. examining how urbanisation can affect environmental quality and analysing the effects of erosion and sedimentation produced by human activities on landscape quality
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