Hornsea Fieldwork Booklet - Geography 9-1

Hornsea Fieldwork Booklet - Geography 9-1

A coastal fieldwork booklet developed specifically for the new AQA GCSE Geography specification. The booklet provides support for students in planning and gathering data for coastal fieldwork. It is primarily designed for coastal fieldwork at Hornsea, however, it can be easily developed to cover other locations. The booklet comes in Word, PDF and Pages format.
InternetGeography
Map skills lessons - complete set

Map skills lessons - complete set

There are seven (7) lessons in this bundle. It’s the complete set of map skill lessons that is usually taught to year 7s at the beginning of the school year. This bundle will cover your planning for entire first half-term. All the resources to deliver the lessons are included in the ppts. The ppts are very easy to follow and answers to practice tasks are included to make it easy for non-specialist who might be teaching this topic. The lessons are very practical so students will be doing most of the work while the teacher can provide one-one attention. The lessons included are: Qualities of a good map Map symbols Map scales Compass coordinates Grid reference Relief Contours A description of each lesson can be found on my page for each individual lesson.
suddy23
Map skills

Map skills

There are 4 lessons in this bundle. Qualities of a good map: This lesson covers what is a map, what should all good maps have, how to draw sketch maps and what are mental maps Map symbols: This lesson covers what are map symbols, how to use symbols to learn about a place, identifying different OS map symbols. Map sclaes: This lesson covers what are scales, how are scales used, types of map scales, scaling things up and scaling things down. Compass coordinates: This lesson covers 4, 8 and 16 point compass, how to use compass and what are hemispheres.
suddy23
Shape and height of land on maps

Shape and height of land on maps

There are two lessons in this bundle on relief. The 1st lesson introduces the three techniques used to show height and shape of landscapes on maps (spot heights, colour shading and contours). The 1st lesson focuses on spot heights and colour shading in detail with good practical activities that will engage students. The 2nd leson focuses entirely on contours and how they can be used to describe the height and shape of the land. Here they are also goo pratical engaging activities. Both lessons are planned in detail and all the learning/teaching resources are included in the ppt. Just download and teach!
suddy23
Geography AQA 1-9 Paper 3 fieldwork and pre-release

Geography AQA 1-9 Paper 3 fieldwork and pre-release

This is a revision booster lesson for AQA GCSE students. It has examiners tips, case studies and skills. I used this with my year 11s on the lead up to the exams and they loved it. They found it REALLY helpful. Fieldwork focus is 2 main areas Human QOL in urban areas Coastal mamangmet and its effect on coastal erosion at Walton-on-the-Naze.
carolinemcleggan5
Map scales

Map scales

This is a KS3 / KS2 lesson on using map scales. As with most map skills lesson this is a practical lesson which will engage students at any level. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; Explanation of what a scale does, common scales used on maps (ratio, word and line scales), how to use scales, how to scale objects up and down, practice tasks. Learning resources used in the lesson are; map task, scaling things up practice task sheet, scaling things down practice task sheet, peer learning. Other facts; The answers for the practice activities are included on the ppt which makes it even easier for non specialists to deliver. What do you get in the package: The lesson is planned in detail and all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. Now just download and teach!
suddy23
Showing relief on maps

Showing relief on maps

This is a KS3 / KS2 lesson on showing relief on maps. It is a very good practical lesson that will get students really involved in map work. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; Definition of the term relief, explanation of how spot heights, contours and colour shading show relief, identifying the height of places on a map using the three (3) relief methods, and creating a relief map using colour shading techniques. Learning resources used in the lesson are; Picture study, short writing task, map work task, and colour shading sketch map task. The lesson is planned in detail all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. You can use textbooks to provide background information on relief but it is not necessary. Now just download and teach!
suddy23
ATAR Geography Unit 4: Perth Fieldwork Booklet

ATAR Geography Unit 4: Perth Fieldwork Booklet

Perth Depth Study - Unit 4. Fieldwork booklet which covers Perth City, and activities using Google Earth, the ABS and further research. This is an assessment, but can be broken up into smaller tasks. Teachers should take the Year 12s around Perth city (guide/times are included on the first page) or - could just set the Google Earth/ABS section as work. Syllabus: the site, situation, internal and external morphology and functions the demographics the nature, scope and causes of each of the four selected challenges being confronted, and the implication for the place the range of planning strategies that have been used to address each of the four selected challenges, and how these compare with, and/or have been informed by, responses implemented in other places, both inside and outside Australia collect geographical information, incorporating ethical protocols, from a range of primary sources (interviews, questionnaires, student’s own experiences, and field observations) and secondary sources (online maps, websites, spatial software applications, print resources and visual media) identify and describe natural and cultural features and their patterns on the Earth’s surface using ground level photographs, aerial photographs (vertical and oblique), radar imagery and satellite imagery (Landsat, weather satellites and Google Earth) use the internet as a tool for geographical research use simple applications, software and online resources (including Google Earth and Google Maps) to access atlases and remote sensing products (photographs, radar imagery and satellite imagery) for the purpose of describing and interpreting spatial patterns and relationships access databases, such as Australian Bureau of Statistics, and Bureau of Meteorology, for spatial and statistical information use geospatial technologies, including GPS, to collect and map spatial data collect primary data using field techniques, including: surveys and interviews, observing and recording, listening, questioning, sketching and annotating, measuring and counting, photographing and note-taking collate primary data using techniques, including: listing, tabulating, report writing, graphing, constructing diagrams and mapping analyse and interpret primary data
rachelwhitty
Geography Weather Chart SEN, Primary, Early Years

Geography Weather Chart SEN, Primary, Early Years

6 week weather chart suitable for SEN, Early Years, Preschoolers, Primary. Use the chart (print in A3) to record the weather for 6 weeks in your local area, or use the 2nd chart to compare 2 places or countries. Includes 2 question worksheets for higher abilities, 1 being a recap and summary worksheet of their findings comparing 2 places/countries. For lower and middle ability- includes pictures of sunshine, clouds, snow, rain, storm, fog, frost, rainbow, and wind to help with understanding. Allows them to observe the days weather and think about what the weather will be like next week, making predictions. For higher ability- space to write the weather they can see and allows them to predict what they think the weather will be next week. Children could also take their own photos of the weather and stick them on the chart. A clip from BBC weather showing the latest weather forecast could be shown during the lesson, and children could be encouraged to look at different areas of the UK or another country to compare the weather in different regions. Use the 2 worksheets to compare understanding before carrying out the observations and after to check learning and understanding. Good starting point to exploring the water cycle.
smidgealot
gcse ks3 geography 1-9 data fieldwork statistics graphs charts presentation

gcse ks3 geography 1-9 data fieldwork statistics graphs charts presentation

A super lesson that explores the ways to present, analyse & explain data. I got students to create a traffic tally on a local road, whilst keeping then in the school grounds. I then did a comparison on the city of Delhi (found a clip on youtube). Students then created a bar graph & then moved on to completing a more complex data presentation. Links well to much of the new 1-9 specification and was used as part of the KS3 SOW.
andymcstump
Settlement pattern

Settlement pattern

This is a KS3 lesson on settlement functions. It is also an excellent lesson for a KS2 group learning about settlements and their local area. The lesson also uses various map and geographic skills to study settlement patterns which makes this an ideal skills lesson as well. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; Definition of settlement pattern, the three main settlement patterns (linear, nucleated and dispersed), using grid reference to identify the different settlement patterns on a OS map, predicting how a settlement pattern will develop overtime. Learning resources used in the lesson are; image analysis (including satellite imagery), OS map, grid reference, model making, sketching and a short writing task. The lesson is planned in detail and all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. Now just download and teach!
suddy23
IBDP Geography Option G: Urban environments

IBDP Geography Option G: Urban environments

This is for 6th form IBDP Geopgraphy teachers. This is a group of 8-10 lessons in one PPT with resources. You will need to Oxford course companion booklet and a copy of Geography and integrated approach by David Waugh. All other resources, worksheets, activities can be found in the powerpoint or documents included in this purchase. These group of lessons cover section 1- the varierty of Urban environments including: The characteristics and distribution of urban places, populations and economic activities Characteristics of urban places, including site, function, land use, hierarchy of settlement (including megacities) and growth process (planned or spontaneous) Factors affecting the pattern of urban economic activities (retail, commercial, industrial), including physical factors, land values, proximity to a central business district (CBD) and planningland use, site, function There are also part of section 2 Changing urban systems including: Urbanization, natural increase and centripetal population movements, including rural–urban migration in industrializing cities, and inner city gentrification in postindustrial cities Centrifugal population movements, including suburbanization and counterurbanization Finally, there are fieldwork oppertunties built into lessons that can be adapted for different urban areas.
carolinemcleggan5
Edexcel A Level Geography Investigation

Edexcel A Level Geography Investigation

This powerpoint was created to help A Level students with their Independent Investigation for the Edexcel specification. It gives students some topic ideas and question ideas. Students have found it useful to have access to whilst writing their investigation.
GRFC
A Level Geography Statistical Tests

A Level Geography Statistical Tests

This lesson has been designed to help A Level students with Spearman’s Rank and Chi Squared test, by going through an example of each step by step. In addition there are some slides discussing when to use the test and what some of the pros and cons are. This typically takes up an hour lesson and the students do find it useful going through it step by step. Slide 14 can be printed off and handed to the students and the word document is the chi squared example handed out to students.
GRFC
full SOW (over 20 resources) 1-9 gcse geography unit of study ocr aqa population migration uk aging

full SOW (over 20 resources) 1-9 gcse geography unit of study ocr aqa population migration uk aging

This bundle contains all of the resources and materials to teach all of the key content related to the GCSE 1-9 specification. Over 20 resources. Lessons include: Aging populations DTM SOW Population pyramids The effects of migration Lessons are creative and engaging and designed to allow independent learning. Mark sheets are often included to allow for simple & quick teacher feedback.
andymcstump
geography skills fieldwork gcse ks3 statistics assessment walking talking test 1-9

geography skills fieldwork gcse ks3 statistics assessment walking talking test 1-9

A test used to deliver a walking talking exam to gcse geography pupils. Each pupil had a copy and made annotations. The hall was booked and classes combined together. I then talked through each question and outlined exactly how to answer it. a visualiser was used too. Was used to cover geographiocal skills, fieldwork and statistics. Planned for OCR geography 1-9, but content and coverage is relevant to all current 1-9 specifications.
andymcstump
Amazing Amazon Project - Design a dream trip to the amazon.

Amazing Amazon Project - Design a dream trip to the amazon.

A fantastic resource to combine Maths, English and Geography in an all in one ready to go project. Children have to plan their dream holiday to the Amazon. They have to research costings including flights, plan excursions, write hotel reviews, create animal fact files and complete maps of South America. A real time saver covering many KS2 objectives.
MissRstevens
WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 7- Urban Micro-climates

WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 7- Urban Micro-climates

This lesson is the 7th lesson in the fifth theme of the new WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 specification for geography. This lesson looks at urban micro-climates and how they affect the weather is an urban area. This lesson also uses an investigation where pupils go around their school exploring different micro-climates. The activities are r on the worksheet and on the powerpoint. Any feedback on this lesson would be a great help for future lessons uploaded onto here. JPMathsandGeography
Pedley123
River Fieldwork booklet KS3

River Fieldwork booklet KS3

KS3 - I have used this with year 9. The whole booklet refers to our specific river but the names can be easily changed. Range of literacy and numeracy activities, with guidance for the less able pupils. Activities: locating the river, reflection on fieldwork, presentation of instruments used, reporting on fieldwork, collecting data, analysing data, self assessment and marking scheme.
bangortes
KS3 Map Skills

KS3 Map Skills

10 simple to use worksheets that cover a range of basic maps skills including: Grid references Compass directions OS map symbols Atlas use Measuring distance Contours
sparsi_alexi
Basic map skills

Basic map skills

3 worksheets on using an atlas, learning OS map symbols and using compass directions. A fun introduction to KS3 map skills.
sparsi_alexi
PIN Marking and Feedback Sheet - Geography Human Fieldwork Conclusions Exam Question

PIN Marking and Feedback Sheet - Geography Human Fieldwork Conclusions Exam Question

PIN (Praise, Improvements, Next Steps) Marking and Feedback Sheet Geography - Extended Writing Task: ‘ ‘You will have carried out some human geography fieldwork as part of your GCSE (9–1) Geography course. Explain how your fieldwork conclusions improved your understanding of a geographical question or issue.’ [8] SPAG [3] Praise box for comments Improvements tick box and comment box **Next Steps ** box for comments, mark, grade and effort Use for: Exam practice - Example Questions - Indicative Content - Example Answers - Peer/Self Assessment Split into levels - Includes grading criteria taken from mark scheme.
Seanalldread
PIN Marking and Feedback Sheet - Geography Human  Fieldwork Exam Question

PIN Marking and Feedback Sheet - Geography Human Fieldwork Exam Question

PIN (Praise, Improvements, Next Steps) Marking and Feedback Sheet Geography - Extended Writing Task: ‘You will have carried out a human geography fieldwork investigation as part of your GCSE (9–1) Geography course. - State your fieldwork question or hypothesis - Critically evaluate the methods you used to collect your data.’ [8] [SPAG 3] Praise box for comments Improvements tick box and comment box **Next Steps ** box for comments, mark, grade and effort Use for: Exam practice - Example Questions - Indicative Content - Example Answers - Peer/Self Assessment Split into levels - Includes grading criteria taken from mark scheme.
Seanalldread
PIN Marking and Feedback Sheet - Geography Physical  Fieldwork Exam Question

PIN Marking and Feedback Sheet - Geography Physical Fieldwork Exam Question

PIN (Praise, Improvements, Next Steps) Marking and Feedback Sheet Geography - Extended Writing Task: ‘To what extent were the enquiry processes effective in helping you carry out your physical geography fieldwork?’ [8] [SPAG 3] Praise box for comments Improvements tick box and comment box **Next Steps ** box for comments, mark, grade and effort Use for: Exam practice - Example Questions - Indicative Content - Example Answers - Peer/Self Assessment Split into levels - Includes grading criteria taken from mark scheme.
Seanalldread
4-figure grid references

4-figure grid references

A simple worksheet to familiarize students with 4-figure grid references. Questions ask students to write down the grid reference of certain symbols on the grid above. There is also an open ended extension task that can be done on the sheet.
sparsi_alexi
AQA 9-1, 60 DAY REVISION CHALLENGE

AQA 9-1, 60 DAY REVISION CHALLENGE

A 60 day revision challenge for students, if they start on the “last start date” it will take them to 1 day before their exam. Useful to help students structure their revision. Easily adaptable to other topics/exam boards.
Dtaylorv8
data collection presentation post assessment statistics geography maths independent

data collection presentation post assessment statistics geography maths independent

A worksheet to use with pupils post assessment. Students firstly create a percentage from their test score. They then collect data from their peers and fill in the table. Once completed, they order the data and calculate the mean & median. They then plot the data as a stack graph or double bar graph (boys & girls). To finish, they complete the target setting sheet. Data can be analysed once all elements have been done. Can be used with all year groups, but works well for KS3.
andymcstump
Geography compass points/orienteering challenge for KS2

Geography compass points/orienteering challenge for KS2

Here is a set of challenges for teaching orienteering and compass points. Lay the letters down on the floor in the locations as specified in the map document. I used whiteboards with the letters on to do this. Then, add a challenge at each letter. Some suggested challenges are included. Each group will receive a set of instructions to navigate their way around. It’s simple and fun! A classroom activity is included as well. Please leave a review if you enjoyed it, I’d love to know how you got on!
abrickinthewall
Water Enquiry Question 1 Edexcel A Level Geography

Water Enquiry Question 1 Edexcel A Level Geography

All 8 lessons which comprise the first Enquiry Question for the water topic of Edexcel A Level Geography. You will find all lessons and resources, with notes under the slides to help show how the lessons flows, as well as homeworks and exam questions too. Please look out for other water resources and carbon resources too (being uploaded through June 2018). Thanks for looking.
goldentramp85
school grounds geography skills project fieldwork map data statistics 1-9 (8-10 lessons)

school grounds geography skills project fieldwork map data statistics 1-9 (8-10 lessons)

A booklet that allows pupils to practice a wide and varied number of skills on school grounds. It supports pupils in the development of key skills needed for GCSE geographical success. e.g. grid references, mapping, location, data presentation, data evaluation, questionnaires, methods and explaining. Pupils use the booklet as a step by step guide to work through tasks, after collection of data on the school grounds. Simple hypotheses are included along with the opportunity for conclusions. It will require the changing of the Google earth image of the school, with your own. This takes roughly half a term for year 7.
andymcstump
human and physical fieldwork comparison grid

human and physical fieldwork comparison grid

This is a table designed to compare all major aspects of your chosen human/ physical fieldwork for GCSE Geography. Written specifically for AQA specification and filled in with examples from Urban regeneration and a coastal long-shore drift investigation, it can easily be adapted to suit your needs. Great revision tool for the paper 3 examination.
victoriabennett
NEA GIS Activity for A Level Geography

NEA GIS Activity for A Level Geography

ArcGISonline has a really helpful tool called Community Analyst that will allow you to produce outstanding secondary research on your study locations for your NEA. Requires an ArcGISonline education license This step by step activity will help you navigate the tools for the first time and enable you to make use of these incredible tools.
anderssonn
Outdoor geography - Rivers

Outdoor geography - Rivers

Most geography teachers know the importance of field trips but even a trip into the playground can be a gold mine of learning. This helps children understand how rivers form. Part of a set. See all our resources.
Bonterre