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Major UK city - Birmingham's Importance

Major UK city - Birmingham's Importance

This lesson is the first part of the major UK city you must cover in the new AQA GCSE specification. This lesson aims to cover the following element from the specification: - The location and importance of the city in the UK and the wider world - Impacts of national and international migration on the growth and character of the city NOTE = When it refers to a page number please use the factfile attached.

By Lemonellie2000

UK's Urban Landscape

UK's Urban Landscape

This lesson is based around the new AQA GCSE Specification. This is a lesson in the unit titled Urban Issues and Challenges. The main aim of this lesson is cover the following element of the specification: - Overview of the distribution of population and the major cities in the UK. NOTE = When it refers to a page number the table is provided on the actual powerpoint, you will just need to enlarge this for students to see.

By Lemonellie2000

Urban Planning - Mumbai

Urban Planning - Mumbai

This lesson is based around the new AQA GCSE Specification. This is a lesson in the unit titled Urban Issues and Challenges. The main aim of this lesson is cover the following element of the specification: An example of how urban planning is improving the quality of life for the urban poor. NOTE = This lesson follows on nicely from the major city lessons which focus on Mumbai.

By Lemonellie2000

A Major City - Mumbai's Challenges

A Major City - Mumbai's Challenges

This lesson is the third part of the major city you must cover in the new AQA GCSE specification. This lesson aims to cover the following element from the specification: - how urban growth has created challenges: • managing urban growth – slums, squatter settlements • providing clean water, sanitation systems and energy • providing access to services – health and education • reducing unemployment and crime • managing environmental issues – waste disposal, air and water pollution, traffic congestion.

By Lemonellie2000

A Major City - Mumbai's Opportunities

A Major City - Mumbai's Opportunities

This lesson is the second part of the major city you must cover in the new AQA GCSE specification. This lesson aims to cover the following element from the specification: - how urban growth has created opportunities: • social: access to services – health and education; access to resources – water supply, energy • economic: how urban industrial areas can be a stimulus for economic development NOTE - When it refers to page numbers please refer to the factfile document attached.

By Lemonellie2000

SHIC level 2 - Rethinking Charity

SHIC level 2 - Rethinking Charity

Are we morally obligated to address global poverty? In Level 2 you’ll try a provoking thought experiment that will enlighten you about the true state of the world. Then you’ll see where your income will likely stand in relation to the global average, and ponder your charitable opportunities and obligations to the world.

By SHIC

A Major City - Mumbai's Importance

A Major City - Mumbai's Importance

This lesson is the first part of the major city you must cover in the new AQA GCSE specification. This lesson aims to cover the following element from the specification: - The location and importance of the city, regionally, nationally and internationally. - Causes of growth: natural increase and migration NOTE = When it refers to a page number please use the factfile provided.

By Lemonellie2000

SHIC Level 1 - Smashing Preconceptions

SHIC Level 1 - Smashing Preconceptions

How can you improve the world without fully understanding it? This level will challenge your preconceptions about global poverty, provide an in-depth idea of what it truly means to be poor, and reveal information about how the world is changing. Through videos hosted by Hans Rosling, a highly respected Swedish medical doctor, academic and statistician, students will be introduced to new ways of thinking about critical issues and the misconceptions surrounding key global problems.

By SHIC

SHIC Level 0 - The Giving Game

SHIC Level 0 - The Giving Game

This is an introduction to high-impact charity, and is the best way to start the SHIC program. After learning about several charities, you and your group are tasked with selecting the one you deem as having the biggest impact. The difficulties involved in this task will demonstrate that you can’t necessarily rely on your intuition to choose a charity, and will give your group a taste of how evidence and analysis can, and should, be used to select a charity. This is a great stand-alone level and an excellent introduction to high-impact charity.

By SHIC

Migration and Urbanisation

Migration and Urbanisation

This lesson is based around the new AQA GCSE Specification. This is the second lesson in the unit titled Urban Issues and Challenges. The main aim of this lesson is cover the following element of the specification: - Factors affecting the rate of urbanisation – migration (push–pull theory), natural increase.

By Lemonellie2000

Urban Growth

Urban Growth

This lesson focus on the new AQA GCSE specification. It is the first lesson lesson in the unit titled Urban Issues and Challenges. This lesson covers the following elements from the specification: - The global pattern of urban change. - Urban trends in different parts of the world including HICs and LICs.

By Lemonellie2000

Lesson 3: Colonisation of Africa - KS3 Geography Africa Unit 2017

Lesson 3: Colonisation of Africa - KS3 Geography Africa Unit 2017

Begin with: - A review of Africa quiz and mention award winners. Then: 1. Go through the definitions of key terms, coloniasation, colony and imperialism. Pupils to match up correct definitions and write it down. 2. Go through the context of colonization in Africa. 3. Followed by pupils completing word fill task with regards to the context. 4. Pupils read through statements of the effects of colonisation and arrange these statements into advantages and disadvantages. Could complete this in groups to encourage discussion. 5. Pupils complete writing task, the effects of colonisation on Africa. 6. Once complete, MAS to think about other key questions, if Africa wasn’t colonised and their overall view about colonisation. 7. Pupils move onto map work “who colonised Africa” Shade and label countries colonised by Britain. 8. Extension: do the same but this time shade and label countries colonised by France. 9. H/W: Pupils play simulation game “Scramble for Africa” and complete the follow up worksheet.

By Geo_Marz