On this section, you can find the exercises and some information you will need to follow the explanations we have at school. Please revise them and do them as the teacher tells you in class. You just have to click on the files to get what you need.

Have fun.

Here you can have the contents you will study during the year 2014-2015 and which the assessment and marking criteria will be.

The handbook we will use during the year is:

  • Castellanos Rascón, G., Díaz Navarro, J. M.; López González M.; Luna Gila, R. Mª; Olivar García, B.; Riesco de Iturri, M. B., Geography. Madrid, Oxford Clil, 2011. (ISBN 978-84-673-6179-7).

If you click on the links below you will download the notes for this year:

In case you need to remember when you have to take your EXAMS, please click here.

  • Unit 0. Descriptive Geography.
  • Unit 1. Planet Earth.
  • Unit 2. The physical landscape of Spain.
  • Unit 3. Population.
    • Spanish population density 2013:
      • Autonomous regions.
      • Provinces.
    • Spanish natural movement 2012:
      • Natural growth.
      • Birthrate.
      • Death rate.
      • Infant mortality rate.
  • Unit 4. Rural and urban spaces.
  • Unit 5. Economic activity.
  • Unit 6. Primary sector.
  • Unit 7. Industry.
  • Unit 8. Tertiary sector.
  • Unit 9. Spanish economy.
  • Unit 10. Political organisation and the State.
  • Unit 11. Spain.
  • Unit 12. Europe and the European Union.
  • Unit 13. Geographical regions.
  • Unit 14. Globalisation of the world.

GLOBAL CLASSROOMS PROJECT: Every student must do a project about a country of the United Nations, where all information of that country must be organised and presented. The topics that must be dealt are:
  • Geographic facts:
    • Physical geography (location, relief, coasts, rivers, climate, landscape...).
    • Human geography (population, ethnic groups, religions...).
    • Urban geography (cities, towns, villages).
    • Economic geography (economic sectors: agriculture, livestock farming, mining, industry, trade, transport...).
    • Political geography (regime, political system, political party/parties, leader of the country, symbols of the country, territorial division, international organisations, geopolitical region...).
  • History of the country.

The countries and groups of 3ºA are:
  • Guatemala: Daniel Criado, Natalia Manzano, Sara Otal.
  • Libya: Juan Carlos Marcelo, Samuel Sánchez.
  • Turkey: Pedro Abad, Rubén Peláez.
  • China: Lucía Pérez, Marina Somoza.
  • Canada: Álvaro Contero, Juan Ramón Luengas.
  • Russia: Sergio Caballero, David Ruiz.
  • New Zealand: Mª Carmen Ferré, Laura Gómez.
  • Uganda: Juan Álvarez, Esteban Otalora.
  • Kazakhstan: Sergio García, Nuria Heras.
The countries and groups for 3ºB are:
  • Chile: César Antón, Juan Carlos Infantes.
  • Jordan: María Castillo, Alexandra Mirca.
  • Romania: Inés González, Andrea Montoro.
  • France: Sara García, Raquel López.
  • USA: Pablo Gil, José Javier Moreno.
  • Japan: Sergio Laredo, Arturo Sánchez, Alejandro Sánchez.
  • India: Marcos Germán, Jorge Martín.
  • Kiribati: Marina Hernández, Gema Rayón.
  • Angola: María Bouzaid, Marina Bucevschi.
  • Laos: Elena Melgar, Valeria Velarde.

In case you need to remember when you have to take your EXAMS, please click here.

Remember that there are two reading books for this year:

  • DEFOE, Daniel: Robinson Crusoe, retold by Nicholas Murgatroyd. Cambridge University Press (collection Discovery Readers). ISBN 978-84-832-3553-9 (no CD) or 978-84-832-3550-8 (with CD). You can get more information if you click here.
  • SWIFT, Jonathan: Gulliver's travels, retold by Clare West. Oxford University Press (collection Bookworms). ISBN 978-0-19-479173-1.You can get more information if you click here.

In case you have any doubt you may contact me at jorgegeografiaehistoria@gmail.com.


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Map of Spain with Autonomous Regions and provinces