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Understanding Your Ecological Footprint

Understanding Your Ecological Footprint

Students will investigate what an ecological footprint is by using an online activity that calculates their ecological footprint. Students will then think about what actions they can take to reduce their footprint. They’ll understand what an ecological footprint is, know how to use an online tool to calculate their own ecological footprint and be able to list actions they can take to reduce their ecological footprint.
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Investigating Cape Town's Water Crisis

Investigating Cape Town's Water Crisis

This is a five page worksheet that allows students to investigate the water crisis in Cape Town as it approaches “Day Zero”. The worksheet provides good websites that provide information on the topic as well as asking students to find their own websites. Could be useful at all levels of high school.
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The UK Scheme of Work- KS3 Geography

The UK Scheme of Work- KS3 Geography

This bundle is for KS3 Geography focusing on the UK as a case study. This two-term topic on the United Kingdom has 21 1 hour lessons as well as a end of unit test. The scheme of work is made for year 7 students but can be used for year 8. The bundles comes with PowerPoints all with differentiated learning objectives, starter and plenary activities as well as tasks and work sheets. Exam questions have been embedded to some lessons. All lessons are relevant, modern with brand-new resources that are fun and interactive for KS3 Geography. Also comes with scheme of work in detail with step by step instructions for each lesson.
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Trade, Interdependence, Brexit- KS3 Geography L19

Trade, Interdependence, Brexit- KS3 Geography L19

This PowerPoint is part of a bundle for a two-term topic on the United Kingdom. The scheme of work is made for year 7 students. The bundles comes with PowerPoints all with differentiated learning objectives, starter and plenary activities as well as tasks and work sheets. Exam questions have been embedded to some lessons. All lessons are relevant, modern with brand-new resources that are fun and interactive for KS3 Geography. This lesson looks at trade, imports, exports and interdependence for the UK. The lesson focuses on the EU and being a partner of this trade bloc, and the recent decision to vote to leave. Students have to decide on the implications of Brexit and whether they think this is a positive or negative move based on the evidence provided.
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Wales - Activities

Wales - Activities

Here is a quick activity to help your unit on either St. David’s day or a country study of Wales. Wales - country facts activity The Welsh flag Symbols of Wales Welsh Traditional National Dress Enjoy!
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Who Uses Our National Parks?

Who Uses Our National Parks?

Our National Parks are used by more than visitors and tourists who stay for only a few days. These worksheets primarily at Industry, Ministry Of Defense and Water Companies, Firearms Or Ramblers, Farmers and Local Residents, their uses of the land and how this can effect the local area.
WillsonEducation
Where Are Our National Parks?

Where Are Our National Parks?

There are fifteen National Parks within Britain, each protected countryside in which everyone can visit, live and work. These worksheets look at their location, distribution and location in relation to other landmarks. Who owns the land within the National Parks is discussed, with also the opportunity to develop their graph skills.
WillsonEducation
What Impacts Can Visitors Have On Our National Parks?

What Impacts Can Visitors Have On Our National Parks?

National Parks are under increasing pressure to attract visitors to them however these visitors bring both negative and positive impacts to the countryside and residents. These worksheets look at some of the negative impacts visitors can have on National Parks and whether they are social, economical or environmental.
WillsonEducation
Impacts And Solution Of Visitors On Our National Parks

Impacts And Solution Of Visitors On Our National Parks

National Parks are under increasing pressure to attract visitors to them however these visitors bring both negative and positive impacts to the countryside and residents. These worksheets look at some of the negative impacts visitors can have on National Parks, whether they are social, economical or environmental, and the possible solutions to these.
WillsonEducation