"I really liked learning about other cultures."
"I didn't realise we were so much better off than our neighbours. What I've learnt in Geography this semester has really helped me appreciate what I have."
"The excursion was awesome! It was great to be somewhere different for a day and feel like we were in a different place in the world."
10 Geography focuses on cultural immersion, where students will learn about a country's culture and issues. The study also focuses on why some countries are socially, economically or environmentally “better off” than others. The major areas of study are South East Asia, South Africa and India compared to Australia. The course will include an excursion to a multiculturally rich area.
This is a Humanities based subject covering the essential aspects of Cultural History, Geography and Human Wellbeing. Other areas assessed are Civics and Citizenship – becoming a global citizen. What a fantastic way to learn and make a difference to the world!
Students will be required to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding through
• Folio Sketchbook Task
• Written tasks from readings, maps and data analysis
• Computer and fieldwork research
• End of Semester Exam
Rangers, Tourism, United Nations, International aid worker, Geology, Agriculture, Civil engineering, Environmental science, Ecology, Surveyor, Sociology, Aviation, Defence force, Mining, Meteorologist, Parks and recreation, Outdoor education, Landscape architecture, Nature conservation, Town planning (among others).
Students will not be required to purchase a textbook however, there is a compulsory excursion where students will gather necessary fieldwork data in order to successfully meet the outcomes required of Year 10 Geography. Students studying 10 Geography MUST attend this excursion.
Possible excursion costing approximately $40
There will be a textbook in 2020. It is estimated to cost $75.
No textbook required for this subject
Miss Burton or Mrs Walker
VCAA VCE Geography Index Page - this will lead you to the study design for Year 11 and 12 Geography