1. Resources Home
  2. Primary
  3. Geography
OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography Thinking Quit- The Big Dry

OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography Thinking Quit- The Big Dry

Here is a thinking quilt for the case study of the Big Dry taught as part of OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography- focusing on causes, effects and responses to the 2002-2009 drought event. This is a revision aid based on allowing pupils to recall the necessary detail and facts to obtain level 4 comprehensive exam question responses.
adamac1
Geography KS3 Africa - Whole module (8 lessons) including homework and assessment

Geography KS3 Africa - Whole module (8 lessons) including homework and assessment

Geography KS3 Africa - Whole module (8 lessons) including homework and assessment Differentiated for low, middle and high ability pupils Suitable for KS3 and early KS4 as revision material Lesson 1 - Intro to Africa Lesson 2 - Climate Lesson 3 - What is it like to live in Africa pt.1? Lesson 4 - What is it like to live in Africa pt.2? Lesson 5 - Why is Africa so poor? Lesson 6 - What does a slum look like? Lesson 7 - Solutions to poverty Lesson 8 - Assessment
beneccersley93
Geography KS3 Brazil - Whole module (8 lessons) including homework and assessment

Geography KS3 Brazil - Whole module (8 lessons) including homework and assessment

Geography KS3 Brazil - Whole module (8 lesson) including homework and assessment Differentiated for low, middle and high ability pupils Suitable for KS3 and early KS4 as revision material Lesson 1 - What is Brazil like Lesson 2 - Rainforest Lesson 3 - Plants of the rainforest Lesson 4 - Animals of the rainforest inc. homework Lesson 5 - Tribes of the Amazon Lesson 6 - Life in the favelas Lesson 7 - Improving the favelas Lesson 8 - Assessment
beneccersley93
GCSE Geography - Edexcel B - Challenges of an Urbanising World

GCSE Geography - Edexcel B - Challenges of an Urbanising World

Full module (GCSE Edexcel B - Geography - Challenges of an Urbanising World Differentiated for all pupils, low, middle and high ability. 12 lessons, suitable for year 10 or 11 Lesson 1 - Increasing urbanisation Lesson 2 - Intro to Megacities Lesson 3 - Social and economic changes Lesson 4 - Urban population Lesson 5 - Regeneration debate (Barnsley town centre) Lesson 6 - Intro to Mumbai Lesson 7 - Mumbai’s structure Lesson 8 - Mumbai’s growth Lesson 9 - Oppotunities in Mumbai Lesson 10 - Challenges of Mumbai Lesson 11 - Wealth vs Poverty in Mumbai Lesson 12 - Trading game
beneccersley93
Cyclone/hurricanes hazards and management

Cyclone/hurricanes hazards and management

Easy to follow PowerPoint Presentation (in a print friendly format), perfect for GCSE, A-Level and first year university students. Uses KEY GEOGRAPHICAL TERMINOLOGY and is attractively laid out for maximum effect (good for revision). Contains information on: what a tropical cyclone/hurricane is and their hazards (storm surges, strong winds and torrential rain/flooding). The Saffir-Simpson scales for measuring tropical hazards. Managing hazards via: monitoring and forecasting, preparedness, structural approaches and land-use planning. Short Bangladesh tropical hazard management case study. All information is packed with useful case study material (including statistics and locations). Great for supporting students in tackling tricky exam style questions! For more information on the FORMATION of and CASE STUDY examples of tropical hazards - see my other resources!
shoaib1999
GCSE Geography - Edexcel B - Rivers

GCSE Geography - Edexcel B - Rivers

Whole module of work for the GCSE Edexcel unit 4B - **River processes and pressures ** All differentiated for lower, middle and high ability pupils - ideal for year 10 and 11 groups Lesson 1 - Long profile and weathering Lesson 2 - Upper course Lesson 3 - Middle course Lesson 4 - Lower course Lesson 5 - Landscapes Lesson 6 - Flooding on the River Severn Lesson 7 - Map skills revision lesson Lesson 8 - UK flood risk increasing Lesson 9 - Flood defences Lesson 10 - Flood defence models Lesson 11 - Flood hydrographs Lesson 12 - Rivers revision and end of unit test (30 marks)
beneccersley93
Rivers - middle course (meanders)

Rivers - middle course (meanders)

Second lesson following the course of a river - why do rivers bend? How are meanders formed? Worksheets for the lesson. Additional worksheet - work prepared for an excluded student to complete at home - can be used for SEND students.
AnnaEK
OCR B Year 11 Revision Bundle 20-40

OCR B Year 11 Revision Bundle 20-40

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 30% 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. Apologies for misplaced numbering of 29) lesson which should be 28 and 33 which should be 34. This includes 1 ultimate revision booster for the 22nd May which is alone valued at £15.
GJDavis27
OCR B Year 11 Revision Bundle 20-39

OCR B Year 11 Revision Bundle 20-39

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 30% 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. Apologies for misplaced numbering of 29) lesson which should be 28 and 33 which should be 34. This includes 1 ultimate revision booster for the 22nd May which is alone valued at £15.
GJDavis27
World cup fashion challenge - can you guess the kit?

World cup fashion challenge - can you guess the kit?

Football fashion – who and what will the teams be wearing? One of the first things that comes to mind when football kits are mentioned these days is the staggering amount of money they can generate for football clubs, both from the merchandising side and from the corporate sponsorship side.
psanderson75
Natural resources, physical environment and pollution.

Natural resources, physical environment and pollution.

A complete guide to understand different topics in pollution. natural resources, energy resources and different climate hazards. the resource explains four types of pollution , including their causes, impact and control. The resource explains different resources and their uses. All resource contains lesson objectives and activities .
geo_pal2000
Land Pollution: causes ,  effect and control

Land Pollution: causes , effect and control

This resource is made for Geography IGCSE . It contains lesson objectives and starter activity. It contains photographs on the subject. The resource explains the meaning and effect of land pollution. It also explains how it can be reduced.
geo_pal2000
2017-2018 Year 11 OCR B Revision 40) Ultimate Revision DDt & Urban Futures (FOR 5th June)

2017-2018 Year 11 OCR B Revision 40) Ultimate Revision DDt & Urban Futures (FOR 5th June)

225 SIDES OF HUMAN REVISION (BECAUSE IT IS EXAM COUNTDOWN!) focusing on URBAN FUTURES AND DYNAMIC DEVELOPMENT. WITH CASE STUDIES AND ANSWERS TO ALL QUESTIONS. Last minute revision with students? Holiday booster? Go through these slides to cover the topic which includes two case studies on AC Birmingham and EDC Istanbul and Zambia for Dynamic Development. Save £1 from the individual resources! Includes: Exam questions and answers; Case studies with 6/8 mark questions WITH ANSWERS; Videos for learners; Covers knowledge content according to the specification.
GJDavis27
2017-2018 Year 11 OCR B Revision 39) Ultimate Revision Dynamic Developme WITH ANSWERS (FOR 5th June)

2017-2018 Year 11 OCR B Revision 39) Ultimate Revision Dynamic Developme WITH ANSWERS (FOR 5th June)

109 SIDES OF HUMAN REVISION (BECAUSE IT IS EXAM COUNTDOWN!) focusing on DYNAMIC DEVELOPMENT. WITH CASE STUDIES AND ANSWERS TO ALL QUESTIONS. Last minute revision with students? Holiday booster? Go through these slides to cover the topics which includes a case study on Tanzania. Includes: Exam questions and answers; Case studies with 6/8 mark questions WITH ANSWERS; Videos for learners; Covers knowledge content according to the specification.
GJDavis27
Structure of the Earth (full lesson) - KS3 or KS4 Chemistry

Structure of the Earth (full lesson) - KS3 or KS4 Chemistry

A full lesson via a powerpoint presentation on the structure of the Earth. This resource is ready to open up and teach or could easily be edited should you wish. Resources needed may simply require you to print off a couple of slides (of your choice) as work sheets although there is no need. There is also a scale drawing task which could be completed on graph paper of simply printed off directly from the powerpoint. This lesson also includes… starter task/diagnostic, opportunity for class discussion/questioning or paired/group work/ a match them up task so all students will have key information about the structure of the Earth, and extended creative writing task and a plenary quiz. There are also clear lesson objectives (linking to the SOLO taxonomy if you are familiar with it (although this can easily be deleted if not - my current school is using it as a learning framework).
lindseycowen
OCR B Year 11 Revision Bundle 20-38

OCR B Year 11 Revision Bundle 20-38

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 30% 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. Apologies for misplaced numbering of 29) lesson which should be 28 and 33 which should be 34. This includes 1 ultimate revision booster for the 22nd May which is alone valued at £15.
GJDavis27
Year 8-10 Geography Dominoes Task

Year 8-10 Geography Dominoes Task

Quick intro task (around 10 mins) ideal for classes at the beginning or end of the year. Pupils must match the red end of one card with the black of another in order to make a circular chain of dominoes.
morgancc
Urban Fieldwork Booklet IGCSE

Urban Fieldwork Booklet IGCSE

Urban fieldwork booklet with land use surveys, environmental quality surveys, traffic counts, pedestrian counts and a questionnaire. Introduces GCSE pupils to the basics of urban fieldwork. The booklet is designed for Malaga, Spain, but could be adapted to any other city with 5 minutes of work.
morgancc
World Cup: World Cup Anagrams

World Cup: World Cup Anagrams

World Cup: World Cup Anagrams Interactive PowerPoint activity. 32 anagrams based on the 32 countries competing in the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
CollEd
KS2 Knowledge Organisers Big Bundle!

KS2 Knowledge Organisers Big Bundle!

These clear, detailed and visually-appealing knowledge organisers offer complete reference points for KS2 students learning or revising knowledge relating to each of the following topics: World War II; Ancient Egypt; The Solar System; Tudors and Stuarts; The Rainforest Each organiser contains a number of comprehensive sections explaining the key elements of the topic, timelines detailing key times and events, diagrams and images to visually aid understanding, and key facts to extend the learning of higher attaining students. The resources are designed to be printed onto A3, and are provided as both PDFs and Word documents (so that you can edit should you wish to). All images used are licensed for commercial use and are cited on a separate document (included).
TandLGuru
MACHU PICCHU ~ 50 Pictures Say It All > 7th World Wonder: A Powerpoint ONLY!

MACHU PICCHU ~ 50 Pictures Say It All > 7th World Wonder: A Powerpoint ONLY!

Machu Picchu is one of the 7 wonders of the ancient world. Come see why as you take a walk inside 50 breathtaking photos. Traditional panoramic views are back dropped by photos of the stone masonry and architecture. Peek through floral and fauna to see the ruins of yesteryear. Take a full 360 degree look around to see other aspects of this Inca icon. This is a POWERPOINT picture book - as the slide show says: 50 pictures say it all . . . and so it is > pictures only.
PattyAnnsPetProject
Video: The Dairy Farm Visit

Video: The Dairy Farm Visit

Mr Valdez takes the class on a dairy farm visit. They meet Mrs Jenkins, the farmer, and learn about how milk is produced. This is one of six stories which forms a new resource to support cross-curricular/inter-disciplinary learning for primary schools in the UK. Teachers’ notes, worksheets and interactive whiteboard activities are also available to support the story. The resource is brought to you from www.foodafactoflife.org.uk.
foodafactoflife
Video: Learn how fish is processed

Video: Learn how fish is processed

Learn how fish is processed in this short video. This fish is going to be washed. Washing the fish will remove the slimy, slipperiness from the skin before it is prepared. The fish travels up the conveyor belt to the water. After it has been washed, it will be filleted. This fish is called plaice. Plaice is a type of flat fish. When fish is filleted, the parts that are good to eat are kept and the rest will be thrown away. These people are experts at filleting fish. Look how quickly they can work. They can fillet thousands of fish a day. Such a large number of fish are not needed all at once so some of the fish will be frozen. These people are putting the fillets of fish onto a large roller. The roller takes the fish into a big deep freezer. The fish is frozen solid very quickly. Now the fish is frozen, it can be kept like this for several weeks if necessary, until the factory needs it for the next process. It may also be sold like this, ready for someone to defrost and cook at home. These people are sorting out pieces of frozen haddock. The haddock is going to be coated in bread crumbs and then fried. First the haddock is coated with batter. Then it is covered in bread crumbs. Finally, the fish is cooked. The fish pieces are then frozen. All this fish is frozen solid. The fish is packed into bags and weighted to make sure customers get the right amount. The last stage is to pack the fish into boxes. The boxes are then taken away to be sealed and put in cartons. These are boxes of cod. Every box gets stamped with a best before date.
foodafactoflife
Video: Poulty farming - the rearing farm

Video: Poulty farming - the rearing farm

In this video you will see chickens being reared to lay eggs. This is the beginning of the production of chicken for restaurants, shops and supermarkets. Chicken production begins at a rearing farm. The rearing farm produces a healthy flock of birds to lay eggs which will be sent to a hatchery. A range of breeds are reared on the farm. One day old chicks are brought to the farm and are fed a special diet, along with water. The birds are weighed regularly to keep an eye on their health. The birds are also given medicine to protect them from diseases.The health and welfare of the chickens is very important to the farmer. To keep the chickens healthy the workers wear protective clothing, change and clean their boots and clean their hands. The birds and the equipment are checked at least three times a day to make sure the chickens are being kept in good conditions. Suitable for children aged 8-11 years of age.
foodafactoflife
Video: Poultry farming - the broiler farm

Video: Poultry farming - the broiler farm

Approximately 5 million chickens are farmed each week for restaurants, shops and supermarkets. The chickens live in large sheds. One day old chicks are placed onto the shed floor, on a bedding of wood shavings and straw. These chicks are free to move about in the sheds and have access to plenty of food and water. Fans bring fresh air into the poultry sheds. Many chicken sheds offer natural day light and perching bales. The chickens are grown to different weights from 1.75kg and 2.4kg taking between 33 and 41 days to grow. he farmer will work with a veterinarian to help look after the health of the chickens. An animal nutritionist also provides the farmer with advice about how to provide the right diet for the chickens.
foodafactoflife
Poulty farming - the breeding farm

Poulty farming - the breeding farm

In this video you will see pullets, or young chickens, laying eggs which are carefully selected, stored and then transported. This is the second stage in the production of chicken for restaurants, shops and supermarkets. Suitable for children aged 8-11 years of age.
foodafactoflife
Poultry farming - the hatchery

Poultry farming - the hatchery

5 1/2 million chicks can be hatched each week at the Hatchery. On delivery, the eggs are moved into the hatchery egg room where they are stored at 18°C. The eggs are loaded into the setters where the chick inside the egg will be able to grow. The eggs are held at 37.5°C and regularly turned. The temperature around the eggs is closely monitored by computers. Eggs are removed from the setters 18 days later and transferred to the hatching trays. The hatching trays are put into an area called the hatchers for three days. After 21 days the chicks hatch out of their shells. The chicks are sorted by hand into different sizes and they are checked to ensure they are healthy. They are counted into chick boxes which are then taken through a spray cabinet where they are sprayed with medicine to protect the chicks from diseases. The chicks are then transported to farms where they will continue to grow.
foodafactoflife
Year 8 Scheme of Work and Personal Learning Checklists

Year 8 Scheme of Work and Personal Learning Checklists

A suggested year 8 POS with a detailed SOW outlining lesson titles, objectives, suggested C.W and suggested H.W. To accompany this, there are also PLCs to compliment each topic outlined in the SOW with a RAG traffic light system for pupils to use in their student books. Suggested topics include; Earthquakes & Volcanoes, World Development, Glaciers, Rivers & Flooding, Coasts and World Ecosystems. Based on a topic completion and assessment per half term. All topics relate to textbooks including: ‘Geog, 1, 2 and 3’ together with the ‘Interactions’ set but may be relatable to other textbooks.
MissButtigieg