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Geography Games - Globingo

Geography Games - Globingo

Great lesson starter or plenary Students must find someone who can answer the question on their worksheet. First one to answers each question from a different person WINS.
GeographyElite
GCSE Geography- Hydrographs

GCSE Geography- Hydrographs

GCSE Geography lesson focusing on hydrographs. Includes key definitions, a sheet with which to construct a hydrograph and various activities to consider the factors affecting hydrographs and showing the difference between urban and rural hydrographs. The lesson is framed with key questions and learning outcomes.
josephg89
Natural Disasters

Natural Disasters

2 Natural Disasters presentations and a presentation about the impact humans are having on our oceans. Suitable for 7 - 11 years.
mark harland
Climate of Sydney, Australia

Climate of Sydney, Australia

A one page worksheet that provides the climate statistics for students to construct a climate graph. Students are then to write a written description of Sydney's climate.
swintrek
2017-2018 Year 11 OCR B Revision 4) Christmas Mock Booster for OCR B Specimen Paper WITH ANSWERS

2017-2018 Year 11 OCR B Revision 4) Christmas Mock Booster for OCR B Specimen Paper WITH ANSWERS

Seen opposite is the Christmas Mock Booster in the lead up to our mixed Paper for 2017. It has listed the human exam questions listed we are focusing on in the booster. The paper will be a mix of Component 1 and 2; namely Urban Futures, Resource Reliance, Physical fieldwork, Climate Change and Ecosystems. The specimen papers can be found below: http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/gcse-geography-b-geography-for-enquiring-minds-j384-from-2016/assessment/ The starter begins with a quiz on questions of low order coming up in the exam. It then focuses on students marking a model example I have written on the following question: CASE STUDY – ways of life in cities. Examine how ways of life vary within one LIDC or EDC city. Name of LIDC or EDC city. [8] The question is meant to trick them as it is written for an AC so therefore will receive a L1- 1 mark or no level (depending on how harsh you want to be). The students then try to write the question. The next question is taught using the acronym GCSE (General Comment Specific Example) and can be found below: (iii) Describe the pattern in predicted population change between 2001 and 2025 for cities in the EDCs shown in the table. [3] All questions shown in the first slide are taught and MODEL ANSWERS given using strategies we use within the department, such as 'So What?' and BUG. The plenary is a game of Kahoot with instructions on how to set up an account.
GJDavis27
Skills Helpsheets for GCSE Geography

Skills Helpsheets for GCSE Geography

Quick reminders on advantages/disadvantages of various data presentation techniques and key information about sampling and types of data. Useful for the skills exam. I teach Eduqas B and this covers the majority of the data types/presentation techniques that students will see.
fionaold611
Population pyramid worksheet

Population pyramid worksheet

There are given real population pyramids of different countries. Students will be asked to find out wether contries are developed or developing. These worksheets can be used in Human Geography lessons.
AniMkrtumyan
Geography of China booklet

Geography of China booklet

Booklet for yr8 geography class (UK). Some reading comprehension, location descriptions, picture match, climate graphs and extension activity with Chinese characters. Can be altered for use with higher year levels. (Image used on cover page taken from google images).
oweynwood