A range of research techniques should be considered e. Knowledge with understanding 1: How do people use natural resources? Syllabus content at a glance How does development change the environment? Instructions for candidates To help maintain the security of our exams, make sure you share this information with your candidates.
Evaluation, judgement and decision making 7: However, we cannot give permission to Centres to photocopy any material that is acknowledged to a third party even for internal use within a Centre. The divisions between the four spheres should not be seen as rigid or exclusive. Additional information Equality and inclusion Cambridge International Examinations has taken great care in the preparation of this syllabus and assessment materials to avoid bias of any kind. Evaluating strategies Marks available 5—6 Thorough identiication and explanation of a possible strategy for sustainable development, with some evaluation of its advantages and disadvantages 3—4 Identiication and explanation of a possible strategy for sustainable development 1—2 Identiication of a possible strategy for sustainable development, with limited explanation Students studying this syllabus: We prepare school students for life, helping them develop an informed curiosity and a lasting passion for learning.
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Cambridge IGCSE Environmental Management ()
Cambridge will ask Centres to send the coursework of these candidates to Cambridge as soon as possible, together with Individual Candidate Record Cards and Coursework Assessment Summary Forms. Cousrework is essential that the topic chosen leads to a project which is consistent with the aims and assessment objectives outlined in the syllabus.
Cambridge will reply to Centres as quickly as possible to inform them of the suitability of the igcs of projects proposed. The same solutions may not be applicable in all regions or cases.
Additional information Equality and inclusion Cambridge International Examinations has taken great care in the preparation of this syllabus and assessment materials to avoid bias of any kind.
You can download coursework idenitification and coursework return labels: The atmospheric system Click here to sign up. Work submitted for examination or moderation must be the candidates’ own.
The emphasis should be on applying knowledge and understanding to international, national and local environmental problems to enable candidates to become involved in both current and future environmental management issues. This may be deined as Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
Phase 3 – Teacher assessment
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These questions should be presented in an open-ended way. Candidates are expected to use case studies to illustrate issues of environmental management. Topics will depend on speciic circumstances, e. Assessment at a glance 4. It provides a solid foundation for moving on coutsework higher level studies.
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Phase 3 – Teacher assessment
Candidates should be encouraged to select topics which have particular interest for them, with appropriate advice and guidance from their teacher. Preventing and identifying plagiarism Work submitted for examination or moderation must be the candidates’ own.
These can be dealt with in a largely descriptive way to give students a basic knowledge and understanding of processes.
It should be fairly narrowly deined and limited in scope c a description of the context concise and relevant background information on the place and processes involved d a description of the main research methods used to collect data and other resources and of how any practical activities were planned, showing how all these relate to the aims, purpose and background of the project data which is gathered should be of a kind that can be easily presented without overgeneralisation.
These assessment objectives will be covered throughout the syllabus. Ecosystems at risk All candidates should be able to analyse and discuss: Clean, safe water strategies A range of research techniques should be considered e.
Submit your marks using one of the following methods: A core principle of the syllabus is that sustainability will only be achieved by changes in the ways in which people think and make decisions. To help maintain the security of our exams, make sure you share this information with your candidates. Arrangements can be put in place for these candidates to enable them to access the assessments and receive recognition of their attainment.
Candidates must produce a project consisting of a maximum of words in addition to relevant illustrative material, e. Evaluating choices Marks available iggcse Evaluation of choices open to decision-makers, and some assessment of relative importance of inluences and constraints on those choices 3—4 Evaluation of choices open to decision-makers, and some assessment of possible inluences and constraints on those choices 1—2 Some appreciation of the choices open to decision-makers 9: