There are so many command terms and often, students lose easy marks because they’re not fully aware of what the question is asking them! I had made a list of command terms and what they want from you. Use these when you’re writing questions, and by the time the exams come around, these commands will… Continue reading How to use Command Terms
Volcanoes Volcanoes form when magma rises through cracks in the Earth’s surface. Pressure builds up inside the Earth. When this pressure is released, magma explodes to the surface causing a volcanic eruption. The lava from the eruption cools to form new crust. Over time, the rock builds up and a volcano forms. Volcanoes occur at destructive and constructive boundaries. Volcanoes… Continue reading Volcanoes and the hazards they bring!
First Hand Vs Second Hand Multiple accounts of the same event A firsthand account is a A secondhand account is a … Continue reading First Hand or Second Hand??
What is a PEA analysis and how do I do one? Sometimes, a PEA analysis can be called TEA analysis, when the word Trend is used instead of pattern. To obtain full marks in one of these questions, make sure that you answer/refer to the main ideas in Patterns, Evidence and Anomalies. Patterns This could include Maps… Continue reading PEA Analysis
You will have to draw, label, annotate, understand or interpret a sketch map, especially if you are a Geography student. You may even have to add some information yourself. Here, I will walk you through some things that will ensure you complete a great sketch map. First, draw a border. Use a ruler and make it… Continue reading How to draw the best Sketch Map!
Britain invaded America and by 1750, 13 colonies stretched across the East Coast of North America. They were part of Britain’s growing empire and British policies were applied but they were not strictly enforced. The colonies were home to diverse religions and groups and each colony had a different ways of life. They did not want to… Continue reading The American Revolution