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Field Trip: Barton and Bournemouth

Field Trip: Barton and Bournemouth

This is a fieldwork booklet that might knock a few hours off your preparation time for a visit to Bournemouth, Barton-on-Sea and/or Hurst Castle Spit with students from Years 7, 8 and/or 9. It is carefully structured so that SEN students can access the material with lots of cloze passages, bold photographs and activities to build subject vocabulary. It will need editing to reflect your own timetable and according to which place(s) you intend to visit. The last task is a piece of extended writing that could be completed in class or set for homework.
gesbcs
Visit Brazil Persuasive text comprehension

Visit Brazil Persuasive text comprehension

Persuasive text persuading people to visit Brazil. Information about many of Brazil's landmarks such as the Maracana Stadium and the Christ the Redeemer Statue included in the text. Differentiated questions for children to answer responding to the text to suit three ability groups. PDF and Word files included.
oldham30
MEKONG RIVER STUDY PART 1 - LIFE ON AND AROUND THE CAI BE PORT IN VIETNAM

MEKONG RIVER STUDY PART 1 - LIFE ON AND AROUND THE CAI BE PORT IN VIETNAM

This unit has a focus on life around the port of Cai Be - Vietnam. This settlement depends on the water within the Mekong system. The water level varies during the year - being at its height when the Mekong has greater flow levels. The residents around the water's edge and those living in boats on the water adapt to the water conditions. Sample studies of a small scale family business are included because they represent the dozens of enterprises within the settlement. But Cai Be is also a tourist attraction. It is a destination for tourist companies bringing visitors from Ho Chi Minh City. Others reach the destination by taking side excursions off Mekong River Cruises. Take your students on a boat ride through the port. Find out how one small company uses the resources from the Mekong floodplain. Venture into the side channel and see the larger processing factories. The attachments provide an opportunity to distribute hard copies. This is part 1 of a series of studies on the Mekong River - a major river of South East Asia
KPolkinghorne
Arica SOW

Arica SOW

These are a series of five lessons the majority with case studies. They cover poverty famine and drought in the Horn of Africa Kibera and poverty Africa a land of contrasts Tourism in Kenya The causes and effects of urban to rural migration in Africa Each are researched up to GCSE standard, but can be easily be used for KS3 too There are videos to support this SOW
haraley12
Olympic Webquest- Plan a Trip to the Winter Olympics

Olympic Webquest- Plan a Trip to the Winter Olympics

Classroom Tested- Student Approved! Have your students plan a trip to the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Your students will research the flight information, hotel accommodations, South Korean general information, Olympic events, Olympic tickets and Olympic mascots. Everything your students need to explore and get excited for the Winter Games. All links provided for web research. Google Classroom link provided as well.
sarah_mcnamara43
Year 5 Medium-term plan for North America

Year 5 Medium-term plan for North America

Here is my personal medium term planning for North America topic covered in year 5. I have colour coded all of the relevant NC links that are covered throughout this topic as well as provided some initial Learning Challenge questions to generate class or group discussions. Feel free to adapt it to suit your needs as it is completely editable. Ideal for someone new to the year group who needs a bit of a starting point. I hope this proves to be useful.
leehallam89
What is tourism?

What is tourism?

This is a KS3 introduction lesson on tourism. Key facts about the lesson are: 1. The lesson defines tourism and tourist then introduces the concepts of international and domestic tourism and finishes by comparing the different impact of both. 2. The lesson uses images, an in class survey, graph work and group discussion as learning resources. 3. There are also extension tasks in the lesson for stretching the more able students as well as differentiated material to support those who need it. 4. The lesson is planned in detail and all the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. Just download and teach!
suddy23
IGCSE Geography

IGCSE Geography

105 lessons for IGCSE geography themes 1, 2 and 3. All lesson are suitable for 50 minutes to 1 hour of teaching time. Includes supporting worksheets for lessons - no additional resources are required. Population: 1 - Introduction to population 2 - Malthus vs Boserup 3 - Migration 4 - The demographic transition model 5 - Anti-natalist policy, the one-child policy 6 - Over vs underpopulation 7 - Cause of migration 8 - Voluntary vs forced migration - refugees 9 - Ageing population 10 - Population structure 11 - Youthful population 12 - Dense vs sparse population 13 - Jelly baby population Settlement: 1 - Settlement provision 2 - Settlement structure 3 - Settlement services 4 - Rural settlement service provision 5 - Urban settlement service provision 6 - Burgess model and the CBD 7 - Green and brownfield sites 8 - Problems in urban areas 9 - Manchester 10 - Urban regeneration 11 -Urbanisation 12 - Impacts of urbanisation 13 - Squatter settlements 14 - Squatter settlement case study - Dharavi Earthquakes and Volcanoes 1 - What are hazards? 2 - Structure of the earth 3 - Types of volcano 4 - Why live in hazardous areas? 5 - Volcano case study 6 - Earthquakes 7 - Disaster response in Haiti 8 - Disaster response in New Zealand Rivers: 1 - Hydrological cycle and drainage basins 2 - Erosion and deposition 3 - Landforms in the upper course 4 - Landforms in the middle course 5 - Landforms in the lower course 6 - Flooding 7 - Hard and soft engineering 8 - Rivers case study - Somerset 9 - Rivers GIS Coasts: 1 - Waves 2 - Coastal processes 3 - Landforms processes 4 - Erosional landforms 5 - Depositional landforms 6 - Coral reefs 7 - Threats to coral reefs 8 - Mangroves 9 - Hard and soft engineering 10 - Coastal case study 11 - Assessment Weather: 1 - Atmospheric circulation 2 - Measuring the weather 3 - Clouds Climate and Natural Vegetation 1 - Climate zones 2 - Hot deserts 3 - Climate graphs and deserts 4 - Ecosystems 5 - Rainforests 6 - Soil and biodiversity 7 - Opportunities in hot deserts 8 - Causes of deforestation 9 - Impacts of deforestation 10 - Managing the rainforest 11 - Desertification 12 - Sustainable management of the world Development 1 - Development indicators 2 - Industry 3 - Globalisation 4 - TNCs 5 - TNC case study 6 - Trade game Food production 1 - Introduction to agriculture 2 - Food shortages 3 - Food supply and shortages (1) 4 - Food supply and shortages (2) 5 -Food production (Indus Valley) 6 - Famine (Horn of Africa) Industry 1 - Industrial systems 2 - Types of industry 3 - Industrial zones case study Tourism 1 - Growth of tourism 2 - Pros and cons of tourism growth 3 - Eco tourism 4 - Tourism case study (Jamaica) Energy 1 - Growing consumption 2 - Non-renewable energy 3 - Renewable energy 4 - Fuelwood and other energy 5 - Nuclear energy 6 - Hydro-electric power case study 7 - Increasing energy Water 1 - Water supply and use 2 - Water stress 3 - Water management 4 - Lesotho Highland project Environmental Risk of Development 1 - Soil fertility and threats 2 - Deferestification 3 - Climate change and the enhanced greenhouse effect 4 - Managing the environment 5 - Conserving the environment
thisisgeography
IGCSE Economic Development - Tourism

IGCSE Economic Development - Tourism

4 part lesson series for the Cambridge IGCSE module Economic Development. This is the Tourism section of the module which is taught alongside Food Production, Water, Energy, Industry, Development and Environmental Risks of Development. Specifically designed for the new IGCSE. 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 also included. All PowerPoints in the same signature style. For more resources visit thisisgeography.co.uk Lesson sequence: 1 - Growth of tourism 2 - Pros and cons of tourism growth 3 - Eco tourism 4 - Tourism case study (Jamaica) All other modules in the series available, alongside Themes 1 and 2.
thisisgeography
Six KS3 SOLAP

Six KS3 SOLAP

Here are six schemes of learning and progress for KS3: -Africa -Natural Hazards -Rivers -Population -Tourism -What is Geography?
adamac1
KS3 Tourism SOL

KS3 Tourism SOL

Here is a KS3 SOL for tourism. It contains 3 main lessons, a revision lesson and a prepared assessment. Includes: 1. An introduction to tourism- is it good or bad for a place? 2. Kenya Case Study 1/2: locational Geography with the use of maps 3. Kenya Case Study 2/2 4. Revision lesson 5. Assessment
adamac1