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2017-2018 Year 11 OCR B Revision 5) Christmas Mock Booster for OCR B Specimen Paper WITH ANSWERS (2)

2017-2018 Year 11 OCR B Revision 5) Christmas Mock Booster for OCR B Specimen Paper WITH ANSWERS (2)

The questions tackled in this booster [which supports Booster 1] are ones tackled in the physical part of GCSE OCR B Geography. The questions are: - Compare the reliability of two sources of evidence of climate change. [4] - Assess whether the social impacts of climate change experienced in the UK in the 21st century are greater than the environmental impacts. [8] - (d) CASE STUDY –Evaluate ta small scale example of sustainable management in either the Arctic or Antarctic. The success of one small scale example of sustainable management in either the Arctic or Antarctic. [6] - Figs 5, 6 and 7 in the separate Resource Booklet show information from a GCSE geography student’s fieldwork investigation. Using evidence from Figs 5, 6 and 7, write a conclusion to the question for investigation “Does the process of longshore drift occur at Sheringham?” Develop your answer. [8] - Describe the yearly temperature and rainfall patterns on the hot desert climate graph. [2] The lesson begins with a starter quiz on the 1 mark questions from the paper. This includes all questions in the paper WITH ANSWERS. The rest of the paper guides students with strategies, such as GCSE seen opposite, or BUG, So what? and PEEL. Each of the questions above have activities catered towards answering it or has MODEL ANSWERS. The plenary is a game of Kahoot.
GJDavis27
TORNADO Key terms: Quiz Quiz trade

TORNADO Key terms: Quiz Quiz trade

This is a fun educational lesson activity, which students love. This includes 12 different questions, so perfect for a class of up to 32 All you need to do is cut each sheet up to produce cards- one for each student Hand up, stand up Find a partner “A” quizzes, coaches— “B” answers “B” quizzes, coaches– “A” answers Trade and goodbye
MissHeyPresto
Weathering and Erosion Activities and Graphic Organizers

Weathering and Erosion Activities and Graphic Organizers

I have put a lot of time trying to make weathering, erosion, deposition, and soil engaging for students. The students love using these handouts to learn this material. This entire package contains ways to increase differentiated instruction for diverse learning styles. These handouts are visual and allow students to put theory into practice through multiple mediums. I have included 3 classroom supplementary activities and a great startup’ and closure game that really helps not only reinforce previously learned material, but reviews and engages students. Students also really love the vocabulary foldables. I use these foldables as a startup activity. i hope you enjoy these activities and graphic organizers. Earth science is as fun as you make it for your students. There is 24 pages of interactive activities contained in this package. This preview only shows a sample of what to expect. Answer keys are included where needed.
Taylaj42
Earth Science Stream Table Lab

Earth Science Stream Table Lab

This is a lab activity will give students an opportunity to use stream tables to learn about erosion and deposition. Students will log their observations and determine the relationship between water velocity and stream gradients. Students will also learn about stream loads, discharge, and the different parts of a river. There multiple activities contained in this lab that will keep your students engaged. I hope you enjoy this product and follow me so you can stay updated on new products that I post.
Taylaj42
AQA GCSE Geography (9-1) - 3 x End of Unit Tests and Mark Schemes

AQA GCSE Geography (9-1) - 3 x End of Unit Tests and Mark Schemes

Prepare your students effectively for the AQA GCSE Geography examinations in 2018 and beyond with three practice exam papers and mark schemes for the following topics: Urban Issues and Challenges The Challenge of Resource Management Coastal Landscapes in the UK / Coasts Ideal for: • End of topic revision • Practice of writing examination answers • Mock exams Each exam paper has been meticulously designed to mimic the format of the final AQA GCSE Geography examinations. The questions are laid out in the same style as the real examination to give your students an authentic exam experience (please note: this resource has not been officially endorsed by AQA). The assessments allow students to test themselves at the end of the topics in timed exam conditions, and become more familiar with the types of questions asked in the examinations. The exam papers also help you to identify topics and skills where your students could benefit from further learning or revision. Detailed mark schemes are included to provide further guidance, which could be printed off for your students or used in your department to ensure consistency in marking. A high-quality resource from a current Head of Department and GCSE examiner The end of unit tests and mark schemes have been piloted, fine-tuned, and then fully implemented across three different schools, resulting in a high-quality resource that can be used 'as is' or tailored to your needs. Keep checking back for further resources... End of unit tests and mark schemes for other AQA GCSE Geography 9-1 topics will be published over the next few months.
GeographyBurp
AQA GCSE Geography (9-1) - Practice Exam Paper - Coasts - Coastal Landscapes in the UK

AQA GCSE Geography (9-1) - Practice Exam Paper - Coasts - Coastal Landscapes in the UK

Prepare your students effectively for the AQA GCSE Geography examinations in 2018 and beyond with this practice exam paper and mark scheme for the Coasts / Coastal Landscapes in the UK topic. Ideal for: • End of topic revision • Practice of writing examination answers • Mock exams The Coasts exam paper has been meticulously designed to mimic the format of the final AQA GCSE Geography examinations. The questions are laid out in the same style as the real examination to give your students an authentic exam experience (please note: this resource has not been officially endorsed by AQA). Careful consideration has been given to different command words in this assessment. This assessment contains the following command words: • Multiple choice questions (2 questions) • Identify • Give • Name • Outline (2 questions) • Describe • Suggest • Explain (4 questions) • Evaluate The assessment allows students to test themselves at the end of the topic in timed exam conditions, and become more familiar with the types of questions asked in the examinations. The exam paper also helps you to identify topics and skills where your students could benefit from further learning or revision. A detailed mark scheme is included to provide further guidance, which could be printed off for your students or used in your department to ensure consistency in marking. A high-quality resource from a current Head of Department and GCSE examiner This end of unit test and mark scheme has been piloted, fine-tuned, and then fully implemented across three different schools, resulting in a high-quality resource that can be used 'as is' or tailored to your needs. Keep checking back for further resources... End of unit tests and mark schemes for other AQA GCSE Geography 9-1 topics will be published over the next few months.
GeographyBurp