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Environmental Awareness in Geography
ALISON’s "Geography 1" course introduces environmental awareness and raises awareness of the global importance of a safe, healthy and sustainable environment. The course offers learners a pragmatic introduction to the various issues currently facing key geographic areas such as Antartica.
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After completing this course you will gain a good knowledge of geographic ideas such as scale, distance, spatial distribution, spatial association, spatial interaction, movement, spatial change over time, and regions. You will understand what a resource is and the types of resources such as non-renewable and renewable.
|Key geographic ideas|
|Resource development and use|
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|Course Title||Environmental Awareness in Geography|
|Content Origin||Australian School Curriculum|
|Course Description||ALISON’s "Geography 1" course introduces environmental awareness and raises awareness of the global importance of a safe, healthy and sustainable environment. The course offers learners a pragmatic introduction to the various issues currently facing key geographic areas such as Antartica. It examines resource use, development and the environmental consequences of their misuse. This course is suitable for anyone interested in geography and the environment.|
|Release Date||21 November 2011|
|Course Duration (Avg Learner)||2-3 Hours|
|Age appropriateness||16+ Years|
|Minimum Grade/Class Level||Higher High Secondary School|
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