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Constructive Minds in Pre-IB Geography

What do you get if you cross 20 bright and creative minds, with a task to build a model of a city?

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Well, some very imaginative results as you can see from this week's pictures in the Geog-blog! 

As part of the Urban studies part of their course, our Pre-IB students were tasked to represent the theoretical models they have been learning about in Geography this week. 

These models are fundamental tools in understanding the processes that cause cities to grow and develop, and help students provide a fundamental underpinning of discussion in their essays and writing. 

It was a 'carte-blanche' assignment and students just had one aim; to create a model. Seen here are the efforts of the team, including the Burgess models done by 3D Printer, cardboard and Lego (with Monopoly houses). The more complex Multiple Nuclei model was represented via Lego, and one clever idea to use a box and lamps. Ingenious. 

Congratulations to all the teams 

Mark Stimpson
Head of Geography / KS3 - IB Geography / Iceland 2020 Co-ordinator / 9MS Form Tutor