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OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography: People of the Planet Revision Sheets

OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography: People of the Planet Revision Sheets

Here are six revision sheets that breakdown the entire module: people of the planet as taught as part of OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography (paper 2 module 2). These sheets have taken hours of preparation and are a very useful revision aid for pupils’. These revision sheets include: What is development? Types of development HDI GNI Advantages/disadvantages of development indicators Development indicators Causes of uneven development Aid Types of aid Aid case study: Goat Aid Economic development case study: Ethiopia Rowstow’s model Urbanisation World Cities Megacities and pros/cons Causes of rapid urban growth EDC major city case study: Rio de Janeiro- includes location, background information, importance, what it’s like, challenges and two solutions. All researched accurately and thoroughly. I can send adaptable version if necessary- i.e. you have taught different case studies.
adamac1
OCR A GCSE 9-1 Geography: People of the Planet SOW

OCR A GCSE 9-1 Geography: People of the Planet SOW

Here is a complete 8 lesson SOLAP for OCR A GCSE 9-1 Geography- People of the Planet (Paper 2 Module 2). Save yourself a bundle of time and get a complete SOW including lessons and resources. This bundle includes: - Uneven Development - Global Development - Causes of Uneven Development - Aid - EDC Economic Development: Ethiopia Case Study - Patterns of Urbanisation - Rapid Urbanisation - EDC City Case Study: Rio de Janeiro All resources necessary and needed for the lessons are attached.
adamac1
Rio de Janeiro: EDC City Case Study- Urban Issues/Challenges/Planning

Rio de Janeiro: EDC City Case Study- Urban Issues/Challenges/Planning

Here is a comprehensive case study for an EDC city- Rio de Janeiro: focusing upon urban issues/challenges and planning. This is taught as part of OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography but also applies to AQA and other exam boards- as per the textbook recommendations. This lesson focuses upon: The location of Rio de Janeiro and background of the city What Rio is like including relevant videos The importance of Rio as a city, in Brazil and internationally Characteristics of Rio Challenges of Rio: housing, traffic and waste management Sustainable solutions to challenges (urban planning): Favela Bairro Project (1995-2008) and Olympic Games 2016 including what has been done and the positives and negatives All resources necessary are included.
adamac1
Lower Lea Valley: Urban Regeneration Case Study

Lower Lea Valley: Urban Regeneration Case Study

This lesson is for KS4 Geography and is a direct replacement for the London Docklands urban regeneration schemes. I teach this as part of OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography- but this will apply to other exam boards. The lesson focuses upon the location of the Lower Lea Valley, why the area needed to be regenerated and how this was done. It also looks at the social, economic and environmental advantages and disadvantages of the regeneration. Included is an exam style question with a self-derived mark scheme. All resources necessary are attached :)
adamac1
Settlement Scheme Of Work

Settlement Scheme Of Work

This contains a scheme of work designed to cover the key content of settlement. It is aimed at KS3 to give students a good grounding in preparation for the more rigorous GCSE's and so contains demanding exercises in a fun, interesting and innovative fashion. Content covered: settlement hierarchies, services, site factors, settlement functions, Burgess model, urban land uses, urbanisation patterns and reasons. It should be taught in the following order: 1. What Is A Settlement? 2. What Makes A Good Site For A Settlement? 3. What Different Functions Can A Settlement Have? 4. How Is Land Used In Urban Areas? 5. Why Is The World Increasingly Urban? 6. Settlement End-Of-Unit Test
occold25
Settlement Test

Settlement Test

This contains an end-of-unit test that can be used to assess progress on the core content in a Settlement unit, aimed primarily at KS3 level. This test covers the following topics: settlement hierarchies, services, factors that can affect the site of a settlement, functions of a settlement, Burgess model and urban land use, urbanisation. It can easily be adapted to suit your own school’s local Geography if desired.
occold25
Why Is The World's Urban Population Growing

Why Is The World's Urban Population Growing

This contains a fully resourced, differentiated lesson on the world’s growing urban population (urbanisation). The main part of the lesson involves drawing a line graph to show the increase in the world’s urban population (based on World Bank Data Set) and describing the pattern using data, an interactive peer sharing task on the reasons for the growth in the urban population (they do this by explaining one reason they are allocated in the grid, with pointers to help them, and then share the information with their peers, big emphasis is placed on helping each other to develop their explanations), and lastly a written exercise assessing how influential they believe these reasons have been. To describe how the world’s urban population is growing. To explain the reasons for the growth in the urban population. To assess the importance of these reasons.
occold25
KS3 BRICs- China & India (Population)- 20+ fully resourced lessons PLUS assessments

KS3 BRICs- China & India (Population)- 20+ fully resourced lessons PLUS assessments

This unit is split into two topics- China and India. Both topics cover all of the basics of population needed as preparation for GCSE- Population pyramids, Demographic Transition Model and beginning to link it all to development indicators. Extended writing using structure strips included in the China section- Assess to what extent the China One Child Policy has been successful. End of topic test included which has been made using legacy higher tier exam papers. DIRT lesson included which can easily be adapted and personalised to your own class’ performance. Lesson 9- I don’t do a PPT for this lesson as I get them to build their own favelas! Lesson 4-6 for India is a group project BUT their are clear tasks for all 4 members of the group! Plenty of examples of student work to inspire others and allow them to “magpie”! Lesson 11- Is a revision lesson based on Revision Clocks but I allow students to choose their own method of active revision.
rachelwortley
St Patricks Day Clip Art

St Patricks Day Clip Art

Colour png images - transparent backgrounds 300dpi Original artwork This pack includes colour versions of: * 3 Leprechauns with shillelagh * 6 leprechauns - different hair colour * 5 female leprechauns - different hair colour * 1 basket of gold coins * 3 different green mascots * 2 Shamrocks - different colour scheme Credit Required: Please credit Katqatresources with a clickable link somewhere in your pdf, blog, and anywhere the images are used. Without credit, I do not allow this use. The following uses are NOT allowed: -Selling product as is -Claiming product as your own -Redistributing graphics -Collage sheets -Digital Scrapbooking -Print on demand (ex. Zazzle, Café Press) -Mass Production -Using product in editable files such as .doc, .eps, .ai, etc. -Loading images to blogs & websites as is. This would allow anyone to right click and take the product. It must be part of a creation or design. Preview Files included (2)
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