HOMEWORK

Year 10 Geography 

Please find below your homework across each term. 

Corona Virus Home Learning 

Home Learning now on Google Classroom 

Class Code   3fmkq3j


Starting Tuesday  14th April all Geography lessons will be accessed at home using the learning platform Google Classroom.

I would like you spend at least 3 hours a week completing the tasks that are set. This will mirror the time you would of had in class and your homework. 

The class code for the year 10 geography Classroom is,          3fmkq3j 

Any problems please contact Mr Pring via email.

Here is the class text book we have been using. Set tasks and lessons will refer to specific pages in the book. 


Pupils are recommended to produce work on word documents . This can then be  used for revision in the future. 

The Living World (current year 10 topic)


Topic 1 - Natural Hazards - Tectonic hazards 

There are always lots of new words and facts to learn when you start to study a new topic. Your homework for geography is to learn the facts and terms on the homework sheet. There are a variety of ways that you could do this. For example, you could look at a key term or fact, say it to yourself to help you remember it, then cover it and see if you can write it. (This is a bit like the look, write, cover, check that you probably did when you were learning spellings in primary school.) Or, you could make flash cards and test yourself or get a helpful friend or parent to test you. There is a website address on the sheet that has most of the terms on, so you could use that on your phone or computer if you like. If you get stuck, ask your geography teacher for help.

If you want to further consolidate your classroom learning, or prepare for your end of unit assessment, there are good revision resources to be found by clicking the link below.

There is also a classroom page on Seneca Learning where you can compete against the rest of the class. Use the code j71wlvkrg4 to join. The most studying completed will be rewarded with a certificate.


Term 2 - The Changing Economic World (UK)

Your homework for geography is to learn the facts and terms on the homework sheet. There are a variety of ways that you could do this. For example, you could look at a key term or fact, say it to yourself to help you remember it, then cover it and see if you can write it. (This is a bit like the look, write, cover, check that you probably did when you were learning spellings in primary school.) Or, you could make flash cards and test yourself or get a helpful friend or parent to test you. There is a website address on the sheet that has most of the terms on, so you could use that on your phone or computer if you like. If you get stuck, ask your geography teacher for help.
Using these key terms in your written answers to exam questions will enable you to achieve your target, if you don't know the key terms and they are used in the wording of a question, you might be unable to answer the question!


Term 3 - Coastal Landscapes

Your homework for this term is to learn these key terms. There are a choice of ways that you can learn them, and in lessons you will be told which ones to focus on next.


Term 4 & 5 - Changing Economic World

How should I learn these words? 
  • This is where you get to choose. Don’t try to learn them all at once. A small batch at a time is best. Aim for about 10 minutes, a couple of times a week. 
  • Look, cover, write, check. You will have done something similar to this in primary when you learned a LOT of words. 
  • Flash cards. Some people prefer these. You can test yourself or get somebody else to test you. They don’t have to be card, paper will do! 
  • Quizlet. I have put all of these key terms onto Quizlet. This can be accessed by phone, tablet, or computer. The link to the Quizlet is here.
  • There are other flash card websites online. If you already use one that you prefer to Quizlet, that’s fine, feel free to make your own set of cards using another website or app. Just making them will probably help you learn a lot of them, before you even start studying them.
  • In lessons I will let you know which sections will be most useful to learn next, although they are already in order.