Revision Notes on Regenerating Places (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Revision Notes on Regenerating Places (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Comprehensive Revision Notes that Covers: How and Why Do Places Vary - Economics, Function and Characteristics of Places, Past and Present Connections, Why Might Regeneration Be Needed? - Economic and Social Inequalities, Engagement and Experience of a Place, The Lived Experience and Attachment of Places Varies, Evaluating the Need for Regeneration, How is Regeneration Managed? - The Role of UK Government Policies, Local Government Policies, Changing Public Perception, How Successful is Regeneration? - Measuring Success, Employment, Urban Regeneration and Urban Stakeholders, Rural Regeneration and Rural Stakeholders, Changing Public Perception, How Successful is Regeneration? - Measuring Success, Urban Regeneration and Urban Stakeholders alongside Rural Regeneration and Rural Stakeholders.
jh081326
Presentation on The Carbon Cycle and Energy Security (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Presentation on The Carbon Cycle and Energy Security (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Comprehensive Presentation that Covers: Future Climate Uncertainty, Future Climate Uncertainty II, Adaptation Strategies, Mitigation Strategies, COP21: PARIS 2015, Degradation Of Water And Carbon Cycles, Kuznet’s Curve, Water Cycle, The Threat To Biological Carbon Cycles, Land Use Cover Trends, Land Use Trends II, Ocean Acidification, Marine Ecosystems Under Threat, Drought Trends, Alternatives To Fossil Fuels, Renewable And Recyclable Sources Of Energy, Biofuels, Radical Technologies, Fossil Fuel Supply And Demand, Energy Pathways, Unconventional Fossil Fuels, Energy Players, Energy Players II: The Role Of Governments, Energy Consumption, Energy Security, Comparing Energy Security, The Greenhouse Effect, Regulating The Composition Of The Atmosphere, Fossil Fuel Combustion, Marine Sequestration, Terrestrial Sequestration, Biogeochemical Carbon Cycle, Types Of Carbon And Varied Fluxes and Geological Processes.
jh081326
GCSE Coasts- Geography Unit

GCSE Coasts- Geography Unit

A GCSE Geography unit focusing on Coasts . This unit can be used for all GCSE sepcifications. All lessons include differentiated learning objectives, starters and plenaries. This unit focuses on how humans used coasts, how coasts are managed, coastal erosion, how headlands and bays are formed, coastal landforms such as spits, tombolos, arches, stacks, stumps, wave-cut platforms, coastal transportation (LSD) and a GCSE case study on Dorset.
Capell6
Coastal Erosion- GCSE Geography

Coastal Erosion- GCSE Geography

A GCSE Geography lesson focusing on coastal erosion including attrition, abrasion, hydraulic action and corrosion . Starter focuses on types of waves (look at lesson 1-types of waves) including swash and backwash and constructive and destructive waves. GCSE exam question included as well as differentiated learning objectives and plenary.
Capell6
AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Cold Environments, Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Cold Environments, Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

These activities reinforce understanding of the ‘Subject Specific Vocabulary’ required for the Cold Environments Section of the AQA Syllabus. Students match the definitions , complete a cloze activity and then produce a definitions table. An answer sheet is also included. No further preparation necessary. Editable and PDF versions of all sheets. Also included are complete A5 vocab sheets and a short slide answer ppt that can easily be added to existing presentations for easy self marking. Please leave a short review and in return claim another single resource for free.
tosh740
Conserving Nature: KS4 - Uganda Case Study

Conserving Nature: KS4 - Uganda Case Study

Economic development in low income countries leads to significant social, environmental and cultural change. One scheme in Uganda is to increase electricity generation by building more hydroelectric dams. The work of researchers at The University of Oxford’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science (ICCS) aims to ensure that new developments such as this not only ‘do no harm’, but actively bring benefit to both the environment and local communities. In this activity students use a range of resources to build a case study about the positive and negative impacts of this scheme. Learning Outcomes: Students learn about the environmental and social effects of an economic development initiative in a LIC. Students write a case study looking at the positive and negative impacts
OxfordUniversity
Conserving Nature: KS4 - Conservation Conundrum

Conserving Nature: KS4 - Conservation Conundrum

Technological development in low income countries such as Uganda is important for improving the economy and providing a better quality of life for its population. However, quite often these developments carry a risk of negatively affecting the environment and the lives of local people. The work of researchers at The University of Oxford’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science (ICCS) aims to ensure that new developments not only ‘do no harm’, but actively bring benefit to both biodiversity and local communities. In this activity students look at the positive and negative impacts of building more hydroelectric dams on Ugandan rivers. They use this information to write a balanced argument. Learning Outcomes: Students learn what conservation is and how it can protect biodiversity loss Students write a balanced argument, considering environmental, economic and social issues
OxfordUniversity
Conserving Nature: KS3 - Development Decisions

Conserving Nature: KS3 - Development Decisions

The balance between providing resources for a growing and technologically advanced population and protecting biodiversity is an ever-increasing problem. In this activity, students gain an insight into the work of researchers at The University of Oxford’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science (ICCS) and model the conflict between development and the needs of people and the environment. They role play a stakeholder meeting between local villagers and developers, mediated by conservation researchers, to see if they can come to an agreement on proposed development ideas. Learning Outcomes: Students learn what conservation is and why it is important Students discuss negative and positive environmental and social impacts of development to make a decision. See more at: https://www.oxfordsparks.ox.ac.uk/content/conserving-nature
OxfordUniversity
Conserving Nature: KS3 - Dam Dilemma

Conserving Nature: KS3 - Dam Dilemma

Technological development in low income countries such as Uganda is important for improving the economy and providing a better quality of life for its population. However, quite often these developments carry a risk of negatively affecting the environment and the lives of local people. The work of researchers at The University of Oxford’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science (ICCS) aims to ensure that new developments not only ‘do no harm’, but actively bring benefit to both biodiversity and local communities. In this activity students look at the positive and negative impacts of building more hydroelectric dams on Ugandan rivers. They use this information to write a balanced argument. Learning outcomes: Students learn what conservation is and how it can protect biodiversity loss Students learn to write a balanced argument, considering environmental, economic and social issues See more at: https://www.oxfordsparks.ox.ac.uk/content/conserving-nature
OxfordUniversity
London Zoo

London Zoo

This set of resources is designed for teaching a topic about London Zoo. It includes a variety of lessons (e.g. Geography, History and Science) and is suitable for KS1 and lower KS2. The planning, presentations and activities are also available individually on the TES. If you like this resource, please review it. If you have any suggestions or feedback, contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk. I am also looking for teachers to test new resources. Get in touch if you would like to help!
eddiebray
London Zoo - planning and topic title page

London Zoo - planning and topic title page

This is the medium term plan for a topic about London Zoo. The unit includes a variety of lessons (e.g. Geography, History, Science) and is suitable for KS1 and lower KS2. The presentations and activities described in this unit plan are available on the TES, either as individual lessons or as a bundle. If you like this resource, please review it. If you have any suggestions or feedback, contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk. I am also looking for teachers to test new resources – please get in touch if you would like to help.
eddiebray
AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Tropical Rainforests , Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Tropical Rainforests , Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

These activities reinforce understanding of the ‘Subject Specific Vocabulary’ required for the Tropical Rainforests Section of the AQA Syllabus. Students match the definitions , complete a cloze activity and then produce a definitions table. An answer sheet is also included. No further preparation necessary. Editable and PDF versions of all sheets. Also included are complete A5 vocab sheets and a short slide answer ppt that can easily be added to existing presentations for easy self marking. Please leave a short review and in return claim another single resource for free.
tosh740
Matching animals to their habitat

Matching animals to their habitat

This lesson is suitable for children in KS1 and lower KS2. It is part of a wider unit about London Zoo and is an ideal preparatory lesson for a trip there. It can also be used as a Science lesson as part of the Living Things and their Habitats programme of study. The animals have escaped at the zoo and the keeper needs your help! The colourful presentation first encourages children to describe the features of animals. A group activity then challenges children to match animals to their names, description and habitat. It includes a variety of animals including fish, birds, mammals, insects and amphibians. In the activity, children match animals to their description and habitat. It is differentiated three ways: LA - Children just match animals to their habitats. MA -Children match animals to their description and habitat. UA - Children fill in the names of the animals and match them to their description and habitat. Finally, an extension activity challenges children to classify animals as fish, birds, mammals, insects or amphibians. If you like this resource, please review it! If you have any suggestions or feedback, contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk. I am also looking for teachers to test new resources – please get in touch if you would like to help.
eddiebray
Presentations on Edexcel A Level Geography

Presentations on Edexcel A Level Geography

Comprehensive Presentations Covering: Coastal Landscapes and Change, Water Cycle and Water Insecurity, Tectonic Processes and Hazards, Globalisation, The Carbon Cycle and Energy Security, Regenerating Places and Superpowers.
jh081326
KS3 Endangered species

KS3 Endangered species

Lesson includes lesson launch activity, emotive video with debate questions, heads and tails activity, hyperlink to video about saving the rhino with related questions and ideas for homework.
fourstripe
Brazil assessment thematic and detailed mark scheme and feedback lesson

Brazil assessment thematic and detailed mark scheme and feedback lesson

Brazil assessment thematic and detailed mark scheme and feedback lesson Learning objective/WALT (We are learning to): WALT: apply knowledge in exam conditions This lesson has knowledge checks with a self assessment opportunity as well as and assessment opportunity with success criteria. The main lesson is on Smart Notebook and resources are in PPT format or word. Resources for the lesson saved in the attachment section (paper clip) on the SNB.
carolinemcleggan5
Cause and effect of deforestation in Malaysia- orangutan link

Cause and effect of deforestation in Malaysia- orangutan link

Cause and effect of deforestation in Malaysia- orangutan link Learning objective/WALT (We are learning to): WALT: Describe the causes and effects of environmental destruction WALT: Categorise information WALT: Apply knowledge to a cause study This lesson has knowledge checks with a self assessment opportunity as well as an assessment opportunity with success criteria. All resources are included in the PPT.
carolinemcleggan5
Ecosystems and Biomes

Ecosystems and Biomes

Ecosystems and Biomes learning objective/WALT (We are learning to) WALT: present information graphically- analyse and interpret graphs using data-describe the locations of Biomes Main lesson is in smart notebook. Resources are attached to the smart notebook, click the paper clip on the dashboard to view attachments. This lesson has knowledge checks and peer assessment
carolinemcleggan5
Revision for paper 1 physical AQA 1-9 GCSE

Revision for paper 1 physical AQA 1-9 GCSE

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. You could print it as a revision guide, go through it with students to check understanding, print every other page for students to fill in as you go through the PPT…
carolinemcleggan5
Revision Notes on the Population and The Environment (A Level AQA Geography)

Revision Notes on the Population and The Environment (A Level AQA Geography)

Comprehensive Revision Notes Covering: Global Population, Physical Factors Affecting Population, Food Production and Consumption, Agricultural Productivity and Systems, Polar Climates, Tropical Climates, Climate Change, Soil Functions, Classification, Zonal Soils – Latosols, Soil Water Erosion, Soil Solutions, Major Soil Issues, Structural Deterioration, Increasing Food Security, Health, Morbidity Patterns, Epidemiological Transition – Changing Mortality Patterns, Geography of Disease - Topography, Climate, Air, Water, Biologically Transmitted Disease Case Study – Malaria - Physical, Socio-Economic, Impacts, Management/Mitigation, Non-Communicable Disease Case Study – Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) - Physical, Socio-Economic, Impacts, Management/Mitigation, Role of International Agencies - Successes, Criticism, Role of Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), Health in Knowsley (Local Area – Physical/Socio-Economic Factors - Physical/Built Environment, Socio-Economic, Attitudes Experiences, Natural Population Change - Demographic Transition Model, Cultural Controls, Population Pyramids, Demographic Dividend, International Migration, Population Ecology, Population Ecology Key Terms, Ecological Footprint, Positive Feedback, Negative Feedback, Population Growth Theories - Malthus, Neo-Malthusians, Ester Boserup, Julian Simon, Health Impacts of Environmental Change - Ozone Depletion, Rising Temperatures, Agricultural Productivity, Food Production and Nutritional Standards, Prospects for Global Population, Change in Distribution, Conflicting Views, Consensus Views, Future Population-Environment Relationship, Climate Change, Destruction of Natural Habitats, Water Supplies, Soil Erosion, Meat Production, Population Change/Migration Case Study – Poland/UK, Impacts on Poland and Impacts of UK.
jh081326
Presentation on Ecosystems Under Stress (A Level AQA Geography)

Presentation on Ecosystems Under Stress (A Level AQA Geography)

Comprehensive Presentation Covering: The Structure of an Ecosystem, Gersmehl Diagram, Gersmehl Diagram: In Real Life, Energy Flow between Organisms, Vegetation Succession in the Lithosere, Arresting Factors, Structure of a Deciduous Woodland - The British Isles, The Plagioclimax: A Case Study, Tropical Savanna Grasslands, Characteristics from the Rainforest to the Hot Desert (Influenced by ITCZ’s), Soil Moisture Budget, The Origin of the Savanna…Climatic or PlagioClimax?Development Pressures on the Savanna Grasslands: Kenya, Colonisation of Wasteland, Introduction of Species, Routeway Ecologies, Conservation: Dulwich Upper Wood, Why is Biodiversity Important? Balancing Preservation with Exploitation - Sustainable Development, Sustainable Development: Is it possible with Fragile Environments? Sustainable Development: Is it possible with Fragile Environments? Managing Fragile Environments: Serengeti, Managing Fragile Environments: Serengeti, Managing Fragile Environments: Amazon Rainforest and Managing Fragile Environments: Amazon Rainforest.
jh081326
Revision Notes on AQA A Level Geography

Revision Notes on AQA A Level Geography

Comprehensive Revision Notes that Cover: Ecosystems Under Stress, Water and Carbon Cycles, Hot Desert Systems and Landscapes, Population, Coastal Systems and Landscapes and The Environment alongside Contemporary Urban Environments.
jh081326
Revision Notes on Water and Carbon Cycles (A Level AQA Geography)

Revision Notes on Water and Carbon Cycles (A Level AQA Geography)

Comprehensive Revision Notes Covering: Systems, The Water Cycle - Water Distribution and Stores, Cryospheric Water, Terrestrial Water, Atmospheric Water, Oceanic Water, Reservoir and Residence Times, Factors Affecting Changes in Stores -Evaporation, Cryospheric Processes, Condensation/Cloud Formation, The Drainage Basin - Factors Affecting Hillslope Hydrology, Soil Water Budget, Case Study: River Wye, Hydrographs - Additional Summary Notes on Hydrographs, Factors Affecting Storm Hydrographs, Examples of How Land Use Changes Can Affect the Water Cycle - Deforestation, Soil Drainage, Water Abstraction, Water Abstraction in the London Basin, Differences in Groundwater Levels Between January 2000 and January 2014, The Carbon Cycle - Carbon Stores in the Carbon Cycle, Atmosphere, Movement of Carbon in the Carbon Cycle - Photosynthesis, Respiration, Decomposition, Combustion, Carbon Sequestration, Effects of Changing Carbon Budget, Case Study: Amazon Rainforest - Water in the Amazon, Drivers of Change to the Cycles in the Amazon, Impact of Change - Climate Change, Vegetation Change, Soil and Rivers.
jh081326
Structure of the rainforest poem

Structure of the rainforest poem

A poem for students to explore the structure of the rainforest. For more information check out my blog; https://mrsgeographyblog.wordpress.com/2018/11/18/structure-of-the-rainforest-poem
MrsGeography16
AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Introduction to Ecosystems, Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets

AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Introduction to Ecosystems, Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets

These activities reinforce understanding of the ‘Subject Specific Vocabulary’ required for the first part of Section B , paper 1, Ecosystems of the AQA Syllabus. Students match the definitions , complete a cloze activity and then produce a definitions table. An answer sheet is also included. No further preparation necessary. Editable and PDF versions included. Also included are complete A5 vocab sheets and a short slide answer ppt that can easily be added to existing presentations for easy self marking. Leave a short review and claim another single resource for free.
tosh740
(8 resources) 1-9 gcse ks3 geography use modify landscape for water environment scheme

(8 resources) 1-9 gcse ks3 geography use modify landscape for water environment scheme

A lesson that explores the social, economic & environmental impacts of the Elan Valley to Birmingham water transfer scheme. Students use the information sheet (no need for books). Promotes independent learning. Pupils have a choice of tasks. Assessment task also provided. I would recommend printing the information sheet in colour & in A3 & laminating it, to be used again. Links well to much of the new 1-9 specification and was used as part of the KS3 SOW.
andymcstump
(4 resources) ks3 waste geography ewaste managing resources environmental human 1-9

(4 resources) ks3 waste geography ewaste managing resources environmental human 1-9

A super lesson that explores e-waste. Students use the information sheet (no need for books) to create a mindmap. SEND resource included too. The gcse style question sheet puts learning into a context. I would recommend printing the information sheet in colour & in A3 & laminating it, to be used again. The cartoon strip is best in A3 too. Links well to much of the new 1-9 specification and was used as part of the KS3 SOW.
andymcstump
full SOW for ecosystems geography gcse 1-9 habitats rainforest reefs (over 25 resources)

full SOW for ecosystems geography gcse 1-9 habitats rainforest reefs (over 25 resources)

This includes dozens of very high quality resources that have taken an estimated 30 hours to plan & create. Lessons have been designed to be fun, creative and promote a high level of independence. It has all of the learning needed for coverage of the new 1-9 gcse geography specification. Includes lessons on: The great barrier reef (uses, importance & sustainable management). The Amazon Rainforest (uses, importance & sustainable management). Water cycle Nutrient cycle Biotic & abiotic components of ecosystems. Also includes a full SOW for paper 1 (Living in the UK) of the OCR 1-9 specification.
andymcstump
ocr a gcse ecosystems start of unit 1-9 content outline unit

ocr a gcse ecosystems start of unit 1-9 content outline unit

A front sheet that outlines the content needed for the ecosystems work covered in the gcse geography OCR A specification. These are great as a coverage check and also to demonstrate progress over time. I often get pupils to populate it with knowledge at both the start & end of a unit.
andymcstump
ecosystems 1-9 gcse great barrier reef sustainable management habitat biodiversity science

ecosystems 1-9 gcse great barrier reef sustainable management habitat biodiversity science

A superb series of activities linked to the Great Barrier Reef. Pupils create a case board (like the ones seen in crime films). They use the info sheet to independently get all of the information needed. I have also included blah blah questions. These are designed to enable pupils to pick out the key words in a question and still be able to answer it, even if they don’t understand all of what the question is asking. Designed for the new 1-9 gcse geography specifications.
andymcstump
geography ecosystems 1-9 OCR AQA gcse ks3 rainforest sustainable management uses amazon

geography ecosystems 1-9 OCR AQA gcse ks3 rainforest sustainable management uses amazon

A great lesson (takes about 3 in total to complete) about the Amazon Rainforest. Students create a newspaper article related to: why it should be saved, why its destroyed and how it is being sustainably managed. Resources are high quality and include all of the key ingredients to allow pupils to access the learning. I have also included a gcse exam style question so as to assess learning and put it into a context. There is also a feedback sheet that simply needs printing and giving to the pupils. This is a very highly effective lesson that promotes independence and creativity along with high level literacy. Planned for OCR, but links to all of the new 1-9 geography specifications.
andymcstump