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Drought in Kenya

Drought in Kenya

Part of a 15 lesson scheme of work where students explore the reasons for inequality in development in Kenya. This lesson focuses on drought and its various causes.
emmafearnley1987
OCR B Topic Tests 8) Climate Change Topic Test WITH ANSWERS

OCR B Topic Tests 8) Climate Change Topic Test WITH ANSWERS

These short tests are being used in the lead up to the first OCR B exams. They comprise of a 3 or 4 mark exam question, including a 1 or 2 mark questions focused on definitions and low-order knowledge skills. These are completed weekly, marked with the ANSWER sheet attached and resits are given for results 35 and below. A simple but effective way to encourage Learning Outside of the Classroom.
GJDavis27
Development Opportunities in the Western Desert

Development Opportunities in the Western Desert

Fully resourced lesson. Case study for the new AQA spec on the Western Desert. Information sheets are differentiated. Plenary also includes differentiated exam style questions based on target grades. Lesson Objectives 1.) To be able to describe the distribution of the Western Desert. 2.)To know what the development opportunities are and specific information about each one. 3.) To be able to explain how the opportunities benefit the economic development of the area.
c_coates300
Fairer And More Sustainable World  Class Play or Assembly

Fairer And More Sustainable World Class Play or Assembly

Fairer And More Sustainable World Assembly or Class Play Cast of 30 - easily adjustable up or down (Narrator plus 29 Protestors) Duration - around 20 minutes not including music suggestions This script covers two major themes – Fairness in terms of social equality; and Sustainability re: protection of the environment. The two themes are available as separate assemblies: · Fairer World Assembly · The Environment Assembly The price of this script reflects the fact that this is 'The Environment Assembly' plus a segment from the Fairer World Assembly i.e. a combined script. For full coverage of social issues/justice, I would suggest making Fairer World as a separate purchase. Sample Text: Protestor 1: (Holding up ‘F’) F is for Fairer World Protestor 2: (Holding up ‘A’) A is for All living things being loved and cared for Protestor 3: (Holding up ‘I’) I is for International Cooperation Protestor 4: (Holding up ‘R’) R is for Reduction of all things harmful to the environment Protestor 5: (Holding up ‘E’) E is for Education for everyone Protestor 6: (Holding up ‘R’) R is for Respect for everyone Protestor 7: (Holding up ‘W’) W is for Water that is clean and available to all Protestor 8: (Holding up ‘O’) O is for Ozone layer survival Protestor 9: (Holding up ‘R’) R is for Rainforests saved Protestor 10: (Holding up ‘L’) L is for Love throughout the world Protestor 11: (Holding up ‘D’) and D is for Diversity respected and encouraged everywhere Narrator: Wow! That’s a pretty awesome list! Protestor 12: All the more awesome if we could make it happen! Narrator: But that’s why we’re here today! To make it happen! Other scripts available on the two subjects of social fairness and protecting our planet are as follows: Assemblies/Class Plays on: • Bullying and how to deal with it • British Values • Children’s Rights • Mutual Respect • numerous other PSHE scripts – in both assembly/class play and guided reading format • Our Planet • Environment
suesplays
Wind power persuasive model/example text

Wind power persuasive model/example text

A persuasive text discussing the benefits of wind power that can be used as a WAGOLL / model text / example text. Includes introduction, persuasive sentence openers, use of colons, rhetorical questions, statistics and a contrasting paragraph at the end.
flora9449
OCR B Year 11 Revision Bundle 1-14

OCR B Year 11 Revision Bundle 1-14

These booster prepares the students for higher mark questions in their terminal exams. It focuses of key words and definitions, exam questions with MARK SCHEMES, MODEL ANSWERS and SUCCESS CRITERIA. It includes innovative starter and plenary activities and the use of gamification through Kahoot. It uses strategies developed within my department such as CUBE, So What, PEEL and BUG. With 26% off have a look at the front page of the lesson below and the attached resources! It includes my gain time lessons with completed ICT students.
GJDavis27
Case studies plate tectonics

Case studies plate tectonics

A PPT focusing on contrasting case studies of earthquakes: Tohuku (Japan) and Port-au-Prince (Haiti). Activities included focusing on the primary and secondary impacts of both (economic, social and environmental) as well as GCSE questions related to Edexcel B 9-1 syllabus.
Capell6
OCR B Year 11 Revision Bundle 1-13

OCR B Year 11 Revision Bundle 1-13

These booster prepares the students for higher mark questions in their terminal exams. It focuses of key words and definitions, exam questions with MARK SCHEMES, MODEL ANSWERS and SUCCESS CRITERIA. It includes innovative starter and plenary activities and the use of gamification through Kahoot. It uses strategies developed within my department such as CUBE, So What, PEEL and BUG. With 26% off have a look at the front page of the lesson below and the attached resources! It includes my gain time lessons with completed ICT students.
GJDavis27
2017-18 Year 11 OCR B syllabus: Resource Reliance 6) Malthus’s vs. Boserup’s Theory WITH ANSWERS

2017-18 Year 11 OCR B syllabus: Resource Reliance 6) Malthus’s vs. Boserup’s Theory WITH ANSWERS

This SOW has been delivered in this academic year and contains exam questions, ANSWERS and innovative work for Year 11. The lesson content is as follows: Settler: Source analysis WITH ANSWERS Settler (2): Challenge question Starter: Hot potato Homework- 6 mark answer Main: Scattergraphs/Group work on Malthus' and Boserup's Models Development: Statements- Mathus or Boserup Plenary- Debate on which theory is correct
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