A megacity is a city or area that has more than ten million people, for example Shanghai, Hong Kong or Jakarta to name a few. With that amount of people, there can be a lot of problems in megacities. Sometimes, these cities and their populations are growing so fast that the government cannot implement policies… Continue reading Megacities – The good and the bad
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
The Water Cycle (Hydrological Cycle) Seas and oceans contain 97% of the world’s water. 2% of water is frozen in ice. That means that only 1% of the world’s fresh water is in the land/air. This water is recycled repeatedly in the water cycle or the hydrological cycle There are a number of steps in… Continue reading The Water Cycle
When we’re researching, we need to find information we can use. But not just the first thing that comes up on Google Search, we need accurate information! So how do we do this? O.P.V.L helps if you apply it to your sources. Ask yourself the following questions… Origin: Where does this source come from? Who wrote it?… Continue reading Sourcing using O.P.V.L
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!