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Australia's Engagement with Asia: Indonesia
In this collection: This case study examines the challenges of human wellbeing and urbanisation, especially in the megacity of Jakarta. It is a valuable resource for the Year 8 unit Changing Nations, the Year 10 unit... This case study examines the environmental, social and economic importance of water, and issues of scarcity and management. Jacqui de Lacy (Head of AusAID Indonesia) discusses the reasons for and effectiveness of government and non-government programs to improve human wellbeing. This chapter looks at an economic development strategy and addresses the Year 9 unit Exploring interconnections and the Year 10 unit Global geographies of human wellbeing. This chapter addresses the Year 9 unit Biomes and food security and the Year 10 unit Global geographies of human wellbeing.
AP Human Geography
About the Competition | Australian Geography Competition
The Australian Geography Competition is a contest for Australian secondary school students, assessing their geographical knowledge and skills. The Competition aims to encourage student interest in geography and to reward student excellence. The Competition is open to students studying geography (or an integrated social science that includes geography) in all Years of secondary school. Primary schools may also enter. Teachers should check the past questions for level of difficulty. In 2016, the Competition may be held in schools from from Monday 16 to Friday 27 May. Outstanding students at each age level win prizes which include books, special certificates, and medals depending on the age level. The top male and female students in Year 11 (aged between 15 and 18 years old on 30 June, 2016) in each State and the combined Territories, are invited to particpate in teh annual Geography's Big Week Out.
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