SDME exam prep – HIGHER paper TIMELINE: 8 mins – name that stakeholder! 5 mins key words 6 mins – spot the evidence SDME exam prep – HIGHER paper TO START: 1. Match up your keywords. 2. Write 3 sentences, each containing at least one keyword, about the issue of building new settlements. Something which meets the needs of today’s generations whilst protecting the environment, Sustainable without stopping future generations from having their needs met. NIMBY A person who sees that developments (e.g. new homes, prisons, wind farms) are needed, but protests against these developments being built near to their home. Green belt An area of ‘pristine’ land which has never been developed. habitat A place which is home to a species or group of species. stakeholder Somebody with an involvement in an issue. National The network that supplies electricity, from mainly ‘fossil Grid fuel’ sources, to our homes. Name that stakeholder! What might people who agree with developing rural areas say? And who might these people be? Now do the same for people who disagree. THESE ARE YOUR STAKEHOLDERS! Agrees with building settlements in rural areas Disagrees with building settlements in rural areas Spot the evidence • • • • Maps out! Find the grid ref Say what’s there Explain why this gives an argument for / against development. What does a 16/16 answer look like? • In pairs, highlight and annotate the response to show what level this deserves. • Is this a ‘full marks’ answer? • Write down 3 things the person could improve on. What’s the link? • • • • • Stakeholder – NIMBY New town – bricks Medieval town – improved transport links Roman Road – Tourism Regeneration – housing demand TO DO AT HOME • Annotate ALL resources in your booklet to show: – What point they are making – 3 key facts that you can get from each resource • Interpret the map – write a description of the 2 sites, using grid refs as evidence. • DECIDE whether they should build a totally new town or just the airport site. • LIST the stakeholders who would be for/against each site. • PRACTICE the 16 mark question – which option can you write most about?