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AQA 9-1 GEOGRAPHY REVISION BUNDLE NO. 2

AQA 9-1 GEOGRAPHY REVISION BUNDLE NO. 2

A variety of revision games for your students to use during lessons or at home including; beat the clock, ‘revision pong’, rapidough, pictionary and snooker. Topics include living world, natural hazards, coasts, rivers, fieldwork, urban issues, economic development and resources including water.
MrsGeography16
AQA 9-1 Geography: Revision pong

AQA 9-1 Geography: Revision pong

For full description check out my blog - https://mrsgeographyblog.wordpress.com/ A set of ‘beer pong’ style cards and forfeits to revise 9-1 GCSE Geography. Students must answer the question correctly or complete a forfeit. Topics include living world, natural hazards, coasts, rivers, urban issues, economic development and resources including water.
MrsGeography16
Volcanoes - Fuego Eruption Guatemala Task

Volcanoes - Fuego Eruption Guatemala Task

A 40-mark task based on the Fuego volcano eruption in Guatemala in June 2018. Task Involves reading a passage about the eruption, before answering questions on the passage, hazard managmenet, volcanic hazards and benefits and associated graphs linking volcanoes to climate change. The task is ideal for KS4/GCSE/National 5 level but could also be used with high-ability KS3 learners. The task will take at least one lesson to be completed properly, with most learners it is more likely to take nearer 2 lessons.
morgancc
Structure of the earth

Structure of the earth

Marketplace activity to get information about the earth’s structure and atmosphere. Fill the blanks, open questions and stretch questions.
minichris
The Geography of Summer Sports

The Geography of Summer Sports

This bundle should see you to the end of the summer term. Eight lessons altogether: four about the World Cup in Russia and then four about Wimbledon, which happens straight after we get knocked out of the football. Lots of concepts covered including waste management, sustainability, weather forecasting, economic geography, classification of industry, hooliganism and an interesting correlation exercise for those who like their statistics. Buy your department an end of year gift - all their remaning KS3 lessons planned and ready to roll for £10.00 or less.
gesbcs
Geography AFL Mat

Geography AFL Mat

This simple AFL mat has a variety of quick and easy tasks to test your students on their learning. This could be used on powerpoints, or equally printed and used as learning mats. The tasks have been designed to link with a variety of topics in geography and is a versitile resource for teaching and learning. Hope you enjoy!
BeckySara
The Geography of Wimbledon

The Geography of Wimbledon

Here are four complete lessons about The Championships at Wimbledon - as seen by a geographer. Issues discussed include waste management, sustainability, economic geography, explaining the rain and weather forecasting. You can have these four lessons for £6.00 or buy them with The Geography of the World Cup, in which case you would get 8 lessons for £10.00.
gesbcs
River, Coastal and Hazardous Environments - Edexcel IGCSE

River, Coastal and Hazardous Environments - Edexcel IGCSE

River, coastal and hazardous environments bundle for Edexcel IGCSE. Rivers lesson sequence: 1 - River environments 2 - The hydrological cycle and drainage basins 3 - Erosion and deposition 4 - Landforms in the upper course 5 - Landforms in the middle course 6 - Landforms in the lower course 7 - Hydrographs 8 - Flooding 9 - Flood management 10 - Somerset ICT enquiry 11 - Rivers GIS 12 - Provision of water in the UK 13 - Providing enough water to the UK 14 - Global water supply 15 - The impact of water insecurity 16 - How can water supply be increased? 17 - ICT enquiry the Lesotho Highland project 18 - Sustainable water supply 19 - The Indus Basin irrigation system Coasts lesson sequence: 1 - Waves 2 - Coastal deposition 3 - Coastal erosional landforms 4 - Coastal landform processes 5 - Swanage Bay enquiry 6 - Holderness coast enquiry 7 - Coral reefs 8 - Threats to coral reefs 9 - Mangroves 10 - Coastal management 11 - Lyme Regis 12 - Tsunamis 13 - End of unit test Hazards lesson sequence: 1 - What are hazards? 2 - Structure of the earth 3 - Types of volcano 4 - Why we live in hazardous areas 5 - Volcano case study 6 - Earthquakes 7 - LIC earthquake case study 8 - HIC earthquake case study 9 - Atmospheric circulation and ocean current 10 - Coriolis effect and the ITCZ 11 - Measuring the weather 12 - Weather and climate in the UK 13 - Tropical storms 14 - Hurricane Katrina enquiry project 15 - Hurricane Katrina assessments and group work
thisisgeography
Outstanding lesson on Introduction to Climate Change & Global Warming

Outstanding lesson on Introduction to Climate Change & Global Warming

This lesson has been used and accredited as outstanding within many observations and interviews. This alternative to a carrousel task allows student to stay in their seat yet rotate the resources as it introduced them to Climate Change and Global Warming. It allows teachers to judge prior knowledge, learning and misconceptions students may have. This is combined with excellent starter and plenary resources that consolidate learning objectives and helps teachers plan for the next lesson on this current important theme of geographical study. Has been used at KS3, GCSE, IGCE, KS4, MYP and A Level standards.
psanderson75
Wimbledon Geography: Rain Stops Play

Wimbledon Geography: Rain Stops Play

This resource looks at the harm done by a rainy day at Wimbledon. It explores the impact of bad weather at The Championships, invites students to examine a complex climate graph, explains orographic (relief), frontal and convectional rainfall. There are also rainfall radar images to interpret and a microforecast specifically for Wimbledon. Students are challenged to consider the question "No one should have to pay for a weather forecast. DIscuss.’ in an extension task.
gesbcs
River Environments

River Environments

Full unit of work for River Environments. Specifically designed for the new Edexcel IGCSE. This is to be taught alongside coastal or hazardous environments. All lesson are for 50 minutes to 1 hour of teaching time. Includes supporting worksheets for lessons - no additional resources are required. All lessons have a starter and lesson aim. Extension tasks and homework also included. All PowerPoints in the same signature style. For more resources visit thisisgeography.co.uk Lesson sequence: 1 - River environments 2 - The hydrological cycle and drainage basins 3 - Erosion and deposition 4 - Landforms in the upper course 5 - Landforms in the middle course 6 - Landforms in the lower course 7 - Hydrographs 8 - Flooding 9 - Flood management 10 - Somerset ICT enquiry 11 - Rivers GIS 12 - Provision of water in the UK 13 - Providing enough water to the UK 14 - Global water supply 15 - The impact of water insecurity 16 - How can water supply be increased? 17 - ICT enquiry the Lesotho Highland project 18 - Sustainable water supply 19 - The Indus Basin irrigation system
thisisgeography
Coastal Environments

Coastal Environments

Full unit of work for Coastal Environments. Specifically designed for the new Edexcel IGCSE. This is to be taught alongside river or hazardous environments. All lesson are for 50 minutes to 1 hour of teaching time. Includes supporting worksheets for lessons - no additional resources are required. All lessons have a starter and lesson aim. Extension tasks and homework also included. All PowerPoints in the same signature style. For more resources visit thisisgeography.co.uk Lesson sequence: 1 - Waves 2 - Coastal deposition 3 - Coastal erosional landforms 4 - Coastal landform processes 5 - Swanage Bay enquiry 6 - Holderness coast enquiry 7 - Coral reefs 8 - Threats to coral reefs 9 - Mangroves 10 - Coastal management 11 - Lyme Regis 12 - Tsunamis 13 - End of unit test
thisisgeography
Hazardous Environments

Hazardous Environments

Full unit of work for Hazardous Environments. Specifically designed for the new Edexcel IGCSE. This is to be taught alongside coastal or river environments. All lesson are for 50 minutes to 1 hour of teaching time. Includes supporting worksheets for lessons - no additional resources are required. All lessons have a starter and lesson aim. Extension tasks and homework also included. All PowerPoints in the same signature style. For more resources visit thisisgeography.co.uk Lesson sequence: 1 - What are hazards? 2 - Structure of the earth 3 - Types of volcano 4 - Why we live in hazardous areas 5 - Volcano case study 6 - Earthquakes 7 - LIC earthquake case study 8 - HIC earthquake case study 9 - Atmospheric circulation and ocean current 10 - Coriolis effect and the ITCZ 11 - Measuring the weather 12 - Weather and climate in the UK 13 - Tropical storms 14 - Hurricane Katrina enquiry project 15 - Hurricane Katrina assessments and group work
thisisgeography
Y3/4 Polar Environments - Locate the Coldest Places and Compare to Others

Y3/4 Polar Environments - Locate the Coldest Places and Compare to Others

This is a Y3/4 topic (geography) lesson on polar environments. The lesson teaches pupils how we measure temperature, how the celcius scale works and what temperatures you would typically expect to record in given scenarios. If your school has access to a class set of thermometers, you could add an extra section where pupils measure temperatures around the classroom/school premises. The main activity involves researching the winter and summer average highs/lows in different parts of the world, including one location each in the Arctic and Antarctic. It is intended that pupils work in mixed ability pairs and they will need an ipad and an atlas in each pair.
tejlander
World Environment Day 2018 Resource Bundle

World Environment Day 2018 Resource Bundle

This bundle contains resources for World Environment Day which takes place on 5th June each year. The contents include an informative and fully editable 64-slide lesson / assembly presentation an accompanying set of 6follow up tasks / activities an awe-inspiring 100-slide slideshow presentation set to music 6 differentiated word searches and anagrams Click on the individual links for further details.
Krazikas
Rivers and the Water Cycle 'WOW'/'Launch'/Topic Introduction day Y3/4 - ENTIRE DAY'S RESOURCING!

Rivers and the Water Cycle 'WOW'/'Launch'/Topic Introduction day Y3/4 - ENTIRE DAY'S RESOURCING!

This is a topic introduction day (‘wow’ day/‘launch’ day) for a Y3 or 4 class about to start a topic on rivers and the water cycle. The morning involves lots of new learning - including an introduction to the key content of the topic. There are two practical experiments (obviously you will need to source the items for these beforehand) - one a simple evaporation/condensation demonstration and the other is the well-known ‘shaving foam cloud’ experiment! The afternoon is more art/music based, featuring a look at the inspiration French impressionists took from rivers/water and the inspiration many classical composers took from this topic. Finally, if you have a copy of Wind in the Willows to hand, this is an ideal topic-themed way to round the day off. Alternatively, look up the 1983 animated version on YouTube!
tejlander
AQA Geography Paper 1 Revision Grids

AQA Geography Paper 1 Revision Grids

This bundle includes revision grids for each of the following topics as part of AQA’s Paper 1 Geopgraphy GCSE: Plate Tectonics, Climate Change, Weather Hazards, Tropical Rainforests & Ecosystems, Cold Environmnets, Coasts, Rivers. Each grid has a range of questions that include different skill sets as part of bloom’s taxonomy and a good range of command words. Each grid has a range of questions that range from being worth 1 point to 4 points. Ideal revision tool for yr 11s in preparation for their exam or as an end of topic revision tool to assess student’s understanding and progress.
DanGooding
GIS and the impact of climate change in our oceans

GIS and the impact of climate change in our oceans

A full lesson looking at how geo-stationary satelites are used to monitor the impact of climate change in our oceans and a worksheet with questions linked to an article on GIS technology within the NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration). Written for year 9, but could work well with higher ability Ks3 classes.
victoriabennett
KS2 Geography lesson looking at identifying physical and human geography features

KS2 Geography lesson looking at identifying physical and human geography features

Describe and understand key aspects of physical geography, including: climate zones and vegetation belts, rivers, mountains, volcanoes and earthquakes, and the water cycle Describe and understand key aspects of human geography, including: types of settlement and land use, economic activity including trade links, and the distribution of natural resources including energy, food, minerals and water
fidgvey
WATER, ISLANDS, MOUNTAINS AND VOLCANOES

WATER, ISLANDS, MOUNTAINS AND VOLCANOES

These resources include a variety of activities for students to develop their English skills, including punctuation and grammar, fiction and non-fiction writing. They were designed for individual students who are reluctant writers and readers who have enjoyed finding out about the features and completing the activities. each bundle includes six activities and can be used for independent learning as well as group learning during guided reading/writing lessons.
jorgill
WATER

WATER

The resource includes 6 activities and key information for students to work independently and develop their English skills. Activities include a task on the water cycle, persuasive writing, story-writing, poetry and description. The activities are useful to use for independent group learning as well as for independent learning.
jorgill
Message from Antarctica - video animation on climate change

Message from Antarctica - video animation on climate change

Message from Antarctica https://nerc.ukri.org/planetearth/stories/1894/ This short animation on climate change was created by award-winning designer, author and illustrator Chris Haughton & Dr Emily Shuckburgh, Deputy Head of the Polar Oceans Team at the British Antarctic Survey. The video can be used as an introduction or plenary to a variety of topics in environmental science, including climate change and polar science. The video links well to the educational resources of the British Antarctic Survey: https://www.bas.ac.uk/science/science-and-society/education/
NERC
The Hibernation Game ( Set 1:Bears)

The Hibernation Game ( Set 1:Bears)

This game is targeted towards young learners. Purpose: It focuses on hibernation and has illustrations of 3 specific bear types that hibernate. Each bear type has four in a set. Suggestion: Allow students to colour the cards before laminating. Hide cards around the classroom and ask students to find them. Once found they have to give a fact on hibernation or identify an animal that hibernates.
roxaneleescott
The Big 2018 Geography Quiz

The Big 2018 Geography Quiz

This resource contains: 1x PowerPoint Quiz 1x Student Answer Sheet (PPT Version) and all the answers!! Contains 7 Rounds: This Powerpoint contains 20+ slides with Quiz Questions about Geography and could be used in conjunction with an end of term lesson to promote geography and or numeracy/Economics. The Powerpoint is colourful and bright and can be used with students across the age ranges and includes a fun and engaging way to go through the answers Why not check out some of my other popular resources on TES: World Book Day Quiz A Level economics Full Revision Booklet Absolute and Relative Poverty Employment and Unemployment Activity International Competitiveness Exchange Rates Demand Bundles
MissSahdev
Card Sort: Bangladesh Floods

Card Sort: Bangladesh Floods

This card sort activity has been designed to help students understand the ‘causes’ and ‘effects’ of the Bangladesh floods as well as well the ‘solutions’ that the government has tried to put in place to help manage them. It is designed to be used along side any main stream textbook or video and focuses mainly on the floods in 2004 and 2007. I have also built in some extension exercises which get student to classify the causes of the floods into ‘climate’, ‘human’ and ‘relief’ factors as well as to try and assess how successful the ‘solutions’ that have been put in place have been between 2004 and 2007. When you purchase this resource you will be able to download a fully editable Microsoft document which includes a learning objective, instructions, three heading cards labelled ‘Causes’ , ‘Effects’ and ‘Solutions’ as well as thirty four information cards that can be sorted under them. The document is designed so that you can easily add or remove any of the information cards. This resource makes a great starter or plenary to be completed in pairs or groups. It can be cut up by the students or placed into envelopes for use with several classes or even set as a piece of homework. Alternatively, your students could draw a table with the three headings cards and copy out the information under them. The aims and objectives are: Theme: Flooding Know: What are the causes and effects of the Bangladesh Floods? Understand: Which causes are linked to climate, human and relief? Evaluate: Why have the solutions focused on managing the effects of the floods rather than their causes? WILF - What Am I Looking For? Identify and describe: The causes and effects of the Bangladesh Floods? Explain: Which causes are linked to climate, human and relief? Analyse: Why have the solutions focused on managing the effects of the floods rather than their causes? If you like this resource then why not check out my other resources on this topic in my TES shop. You can also follow us on Twitter, Google Plus, YouTube and Facebook for the latest updates or even to get in touch and chat about how you have used this resource or to ask questions. We aim to produce cheap and affordable resources for either the price of a good cup of coffee or a happy meal so that you can spend more time doing the things that you want. Anyway, have fun and stay in touch via social media for the latest updates. Kind Regards Roy
Roy_Huggins
Season Scavenger Hunt

Season Scavenger Hunt

Season Scavenger Hunt This scavenger hunt introduces to students an information and fun facts about the Seasons and reasons for its change. There are 24 scavenger hunt cards with colorful pictures. It’s a great tool for students to review vocabulary on season. How to Use: Print the given all 24 cards on a card stock or any other good paper and cut them along the black line. Get the print of Seasons Scavenger Hunt questions pages and each student should be given this copy. Place Seasons Scavenger Hunt cards around the classroom. For example you can place it on chair, on table, on benches, behind the classroom doors, besides the computer or wherever you like. Students have to search the cards in a classroom in order to find out the answers of the questions. Students can complete this exercise in a group with classmate or alone. You will find lots more in my store, including math, science, ELA, activities/craftivities, special education, interactive activities, and more!
ilaxippatel
OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography Thinking Quit- The Big Dry

OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography Thinking Quit- The Big Dry

Here is a thinking quilt for the case study of the Big Dry taught as part of OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography- focusing on causes, effects and responses to the 2002-2009 drought event. This is a revision aid based on allowing pupils to recall the necessary detail and facts to obtain level 4 comprehensive exam question responses.
adamac1
Geography KS3 Africa - Whole module (8 lessons) including homework and assessment

Geography KS3 Africa - Whole module (8 lessons) including homework and assessment

Geography KS3 Africa - Whole module (8 lessons) including homework and assessment Differentiated for low, middle and high ability pupils Suitable for KS3 and early KS4 as revision material Lesson 1 - Intro to Africa Lesson 2 - Climate Lesson 3 - What is it like to live in Africa pt.1? Lesson 4 - What is it like to live in Africa pt.2? Lesson 5 - Why is Africa so poor? Lesson 6 - What does a slum look like? Lesson 7 - Solutions to poverty Lesson 8 - Assessment
beneccersley93
Geography KS3 Brazil - Whole module (8 lessons) including homework and assessment

Geography KS3 Brazil - Whole module (8 lessons) including homework and assessment

Geography KS3 Brazil - Whole module (8 lesson) including homework and assessment Differentiated for low, middle and high ability pupils Suitable for KS3 and early KS4 as revision material Lesson 1 - What is Brazil like Lesson 2 - Rainforest Lesson 3 - Plants of the rainforest Lesson 4 - Animals of the rainforest inc. homework Lesson 5 - Tribes of the Amazon Lesson 6 - Life in the favelas Lesson 7 - Improving the favelas Lesson 8 - Assessment
beneccersley93
Cyclone/hurricanes hazards and management

Cyclone/hurricanes hazards and management

Easy to follow PowerPoint Presentation (in a print friendly format), perfect for GCSE, A-Level and first year university students. Uses KEY GEOGRAPHICAL TERMINOLOGY and is attractively laid out for maximum effect (good for revision). Contains information on: what a tropical cyclone/hurricane is and their hazards (storm surges, strong winds and torrential rain/flooding). The Saffir-Simpson scales for measuring tropical hazards. Managing hazards via: monitoring and forecasting, preparedness, structural approaches and land-use planning. Short Bangladesh tropical hazard management case study. All information is packed with useful case study material (including statistics and locations). Great for supporting students in tackling tricky exam style questions! For more information on the FORMATION of and CASE STUDY examples of tropical hazards - see my other resources!
shoaib1999
Year 8-10 Geography Dominoes Task

Year 8-10 Geography Dominoes Task

Quick intro task (around 10 mins) ideal for classes at the beginning or end of the year. Pupils must match the red end of one card with the black of another in order to make a circular chain of dominoes.
morgancc
UK Climate / Storm Desmond Case Study

UK Climate / Storm Desmond Case Study

A lesson and activities based around introducing the different climates in the UK, building to an emphasis on Storm Desmond. Lesson is differentiated with a mix of stretcher questions for higher ability students.
DuncanMYoung
PBL: Earth Day (Editable in Google Docs)

PBL: Earth Day (Editable in Google Docs)

This Project Based Learning resource is great for Earth Day. The students will have the opportunity to research a topic that relates to the preservation and health of our planet. The topic suggestions for this PBL are: Animals, Pollution, Physical Geography, Fuel, and Support. Each topic has research ideas for the students. The students come up with the questions and project ideas based on the student direction handout. The final product for the project is up to the student. Included is graphic organizers and additional resources to help the students design their projects. This resource includes Student Directions Handout Project Topic Ideas Page information/graphic organizers for all 5 steps Rubric & Presentation Rubric Additional Resources: Using Google Docs, Slides and creating a webpage. This resource is a printable PDF file. It is as well an editable Google Doc. This way you can share the organizer with your class and they can use it digitally. Additionally, since it is editable in Google Docs, you can make changes that best suits your students.
rombop
AQA 9-1 A3 Revision Sheets Bundle: Natural Hazards.

AQA 9-1 A3 Revision Sheets Bundle: Natural Hazards.

These A3 sheets cover Section A, Natural Hazards of the AQA Geography 9-1 GCSE Course. They allow students to summarise the key information in a structured format. No further preparation required - just print off and hand out!
tosh740
OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography Thinking Quilt- Somerset Levels 2014 Flood Event

OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography Thinking Quilt- Somerset Levels 2014 Flood Event

Here is a thinking quilt for the case study of the Somerset Levels taught as part of OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography- focusing on causes, effects and responses to the 2014 flood event. This is a revision aid based on allowing pupils to recall the necessary detail and facts to obtain level 4 comprehensive exam question responses.
adamac1