New PLCs for 2016 Geography AQA GCSE syllabus A

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We have revamped your PLCs (Personal Learning Checklists) for 2016. They are attached below. These are designed for you to rag rate your knowledge. So you read through the list, work out how much you think you know for each part and then start revising the PARTS YOU ARE LEAST CONFIDENT ON.

After that you then attempt some exam questions on that topic (you can find them on this blog of course)

changing Urban environments PLC

Coastal Zone PLC

Dev Gap PLC

Restless Earth PLC

Tourism PLC

Water on the Land PLC

 

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Filed under AQA A GCSE, Changing Urban Environments, Coastal Zone, Measuring development, Restless Earth, Revision, tourism, Water on the Land

4 responses to “New PLCs for 2016 Geography AQA GCSE syllabus A

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  2. Daniel

    Hi! Love the site by the way, has helped immensely. Would you say that if I could do everything on the PLCs above I would be sorted for my exams (taking this year AQA A spec)? What I mean is could they ask about anything outside what is on those checklists as I have found them hugely useful for planning purposes. Many thanks.

    • geogteacher

      Hello Daniel. The best thing to do is to check this PLC with your teacher. See what they say especially with regards to cases studies. Then after using the PLC try as many past questions as you can. The PLC on its own is a tool – a good one- but it’s just a stepping stone to practicing past questions

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