Revision Notes on Edexcel A Level Geography

Revision Notes on Edexcel A Level Geography

Comprehensive Revision Notes that Cover: Globalisation, Tectonic Processes and Hazards, Superpowers, the Water Cycle and Water Insecurity as well as Coastal Landscapes and Change.
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Presentations on Edexcel A Level Geography

Presentations on Edexcel A Level Geography

Comprehensive Presentations Covering: Coastal Landscapes and Change, Water Cycle and Water Insecurity, Tectonic Processes and Hazards, Globalisation, Regenerating Places and Superpowers.
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Presentation on Globalisation (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Presentation on Globalisation (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Concerns About Unsustainability, Social, Political And Environmental Tensions, Consequences Of Globalisation, Controlling Globalisation And Defending Culture, Inequality Measures, Global Interconnections I: Megacities, Global Interconnections II: Migration, Westernisation, Opposing Globalisation, The Global Shift I, The Global Shift II: China, Measuring Globalisation, TNC Influence, Switched Off Countries, Political And Economic Decision-Making: IGOS, Political And Economic Decision-Making: Trade Blocs, Political And Economic Decision-Making: Governments, Political And Economic Decision-Making: Governments and The Time-Space Compression.
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Revision Notes on Globalisation (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Revision Notes on Globalisation (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Comprehensive Revision Notes Covering: History of Globalisation, Containerisation, A Shrinking World, How Globalisation Works, Pakistan’s Fisherman, Global Players, The World Bank, International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Trade Organisation (WTO), International Trading Blocs, Ghana’s Cocoa Trade - Case Study, Vietnam Calling - Case Study and Cotton in Guatemala - Case Study.
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Presentation on Superpowers (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Presentation on Superpowers (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Comprehensive Presentation Covering: Geopolitical power is conferred by a range of human and physical characteristics, Mechanisms for maintaining power: Mackinder, Problems with Mackinder’s theory, Patterns of power change over time, How did the UK become a superpower? A Bipolar World, Mechanisms of maintaining power in the cold war era, Emerging Powers, Other Emerging Powers, Development Theory Can Explain Changing Patterns Of Power, Modernisation Theory, Dependency Theory, IGOS, The Role Of TNCS, International Decision-Making, Military Alliances, Economic Alliances, Environmental Alliances, United Nations, Disproportionate Environmental Concerns, Differences in willingness to act on environmental concerns, Emerging Middle Class, Superpower Tensions, The Arctic Circle Tensions, Iraq, Trips Violations, Contested Spheres Of Influence: South China Sea, Contested Spheres Of Influence II: Russia And Eastern Europe, Superpower Relations With Developing Nations, Chinese Investment In Africa, China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’, Asian Tensions, Middle East Tensions, Threats To Existing Superpowers, Economic Challenges, Social Issues, The Costs Of Maintaining Global Military Power, Military Power II and Future Balance Of Power.
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AS Cambridge 4.1 Natural Increase as a component of population Change. 5LESSONS AND WORKBOOK

AS Cambridge 4.1 Natural Increase as a component of population Change. 5LESSONS AND WORKBOOK

Lesson 1- Population Introduction Lesson 2- Births and Fertility Lesson 3- Death Rates Lesson 4- Life Expectancy Lesson 5- Population Structure Work booklet for all. Please note there is no scheme of work attached. The idea is to make use of the power points with the work booklet. Some tasks are explained, others would be discussion or using common sense to create your own. A very detailed template to get started. Thanks
joshcarmody
Revision Notes on AQA A Level Geography

Revision Notes on AQA A Level Geography

Comprehensive Revision Notes that Cover: Ecosystems Under Stress, Water and Carbon Cycles, Hot Desert Systems and Landscapes, Population, Coastal Systems and Landscapes and The Environment alongside Contemporary Urban Environments.
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Card Sort: What were the arguments for and against pit closures in 1992?

Card Sort: What were the arguments for and against pit closures in 1992?

In late 1992, the UK government announced that it would begin a process to close its remaining 31 coal mines with the loss of 30,000 jobs. The government argued that Britain no longer needed British coal as it could import its energy sources such as a lot more cheaply from elsewhere. This led to a ‘Dash for Gas’ with Britain’s once mighty coal industry being shut down. There were many other benefits and downsides to closing the pits. This outstanding card sort is designed to help students understand and assess some of the arguments for and against closing the pits in 1992. It can be used as a starter, plenary or main activity to accompany any main stream text book or resource on this topic. The nature of the task means that it appeals to the full range of ability. When you purchase this resource, you will be able to download a single page Word Document which contains a learning objective, instructions, two heading cards as well as fourteen fully editable statements that can sorted under them. I have also linked in video clip from the parliamentary debate on this issue with a speech from Tony Ben, which are worthwhile watching with your students, depending on their ability. The aims of this lesson / activity are: Know: Why did the UK government decide to close its remaining coal mines in 1992? Understand: What were the arguments for and against pit closures? Evaluate: Should the British government have decided to close down the coal industry in 1992? WILF - What am I Looking For? Identify & describe: Why did the UK government decide to close its remaining coal mines in 1992? Explain: What were the arguments for and against pit closures? Analyse: Should the British government have decided to close down the coal industry in 1992? If you like this resource then why not check out my other resources on this topic in my TES shop. We aim to produce cheap and affordable resources for either the price of a good cup of coffee or a happy meal so that you can spend more quality time with the people who matter. Anyway, have fun and stay in touch via social media for the latest updates. Kind Regards Roy
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(6 resources) ks3 gcse 1-9 geography synoptic food resource production population water people

(6 resources) ks3 gcse 1-9 geography synoptic food resource production population water people

A super lesson that explores the impact the global food production could have upon the planet. Issues such as water, transportation & population growth are covered. A great synoptic task. GCSE style question added to test understanding. 2 styles of teacher feedback (marking) included to save time. Just print off & do yourself or get pupils to peer assess. Students use the information sheet (no need for books) to create an information sheet. I normally use a large piece of sugar paper & get pupils to work on their own. I would recommend printing the information sheet in colour & in A3 & laminating it, to be used again. The cartoon strip is best in A3 too. Links well to much of the new 1-9 specification and was used as part of the KS3 SOW.
andymcstump
Geography ~ Countries Anagram Starter

Geography ~ Countries Anagram Starter

Geography Anagram Lesson Starter, spares roughly the first 8-10 minutes of the lesson once started. More time can easily be spared by going through the answers. Included is the Student Copy Marked -SC- and the Teacher Copy (answers) Marked -TC- NB: This starter is Hard and will really get the brains going in your students. I hope you enjoy your starter, please feel free to leave feedback on how I can improve resources but also recommendations on future resources you would like to see. BaileyRuth
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Revision Notes on Contemporary Urban Environments (A Level AQA Geography)

Revision Notes on Contemporary Urban Environments (A Level AQA Geography)

Comprehensive Revision Notes Covering: Processes of Movement of People - Urbanisation, Suburbanisation, Counter-Urbanisation, Urban Resurgence, Population Growth in Urban Areas - Mega City, World City, Cities Urbanise in Different Ways - Economic, Social, Technological, Political, Demographic, Cities in Developed Countries Processes of Change - Deindustrialisation, Rise of the Service Economy, Decentralisation, Schemes to Improve Cities in the UK Since 1979 - Urban Development Corporations 1979-1990s, Enterprise Zones 1981-Present, City Challenge 1991-1997, Partnership Schemes 2010-Present, Urban Form - Physical Factors, Human Factors, Central Business District (CBD), Modern Urban Areas - Town Centre Mixed Developments, Cultural and Heritage Quarters, Fortress Developments, Gentrified Areas, Edge Cities, Changes in Modern Urban Areas - Economic Inequality, Economic Inequality Issues in Cities, Strategies to Reduce Poverty and Economic Inequalities in Urban Areas, Strategies to Encourage Social and Cultural Integration, Case Study - London, Case Study - Sao Paulo, Urban Heat Island Effect - Four Main Causes of the UHI Effect, UHI Effect Explanatory, Particulates - Sources of Particulates, Traffic Measures to Reduce Pollution - Congestion Charging, Pedestrianisation, Public Transport Improvements, Other Schemes for Reducing Traffic - Legislation, Alternative Fuels, Buildings Impermeable Materials - Methods to Manage River Catchments, Restoring Water System - Enfield, Three Primary Sources of Waste, Waste Streams and Components of Waste Vary - Economic Characteristics, Lifestyles, Attitudes, Methods of Waste Disposal Environmental Impacts - Case Study - Singapore - Atmospheric Pollution, Water Pollution, Urban Dereliction, Bangkok - Case Study - Air Pollution, Water Pollution, Dereliction, Manchester - Case Study - Air Pollution, Water Pollution, Dereliction, Cities Local Impact on The Environment, Dimensions of Sustainability, Cities Local Impact on The Environment, Dimensions of Sustainability - Natural, Physical, Social, Economic, Liveability - Different Strategies for Increasing Sustainability.
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Development Dynamics Full Revision Edexcel B

Development Dynamics Full Revision Edexcel B

Full, in depth revision resource for topic 2, Development Dynamics. Resource includes each topic with summaries in bullet points, questions for each topic along with sample answers and their markscheme, AO2, AO3, AO4 etc. Following textbook for GEOGRAPHY EDEXCEL B TOPIC 2. Case studies include: Malawi and India.
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Tourism Extension Task - KS4 Geography or Travel and Tourism

Tourism Extension Task - KS4 Geography or Travel and Tourism

A 2 page worksheet including exam-style questions, comprehension and graph reading and completion exercises on tourism, types of tourism, the tourism boom and how tourism impacts destination countries. In my experience this will take KS3/4 pupils a minimum of 45 minutes to complete and usually over an hour.
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Lesson 3: Global Citizenship (Money and Inequality)

Lesson 3: Global Citizenship (Money and Inequality)

This extensive resource can easily be stretched out to 2, or even 3 lessons. It is intended to educate, and to some extent agitate, young citizenship students to be aware of the global financial situation they are situated in and how some activists perceive it. It includes case studies (e.g. the Raza Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh), articles, extension activities, an exhibition of art by Manchester based artist Polyp (who gave his consent for use of his resources), video clips, kinaesthetic group exercises, think pair share. I’ve thrown it all in into this 53 slides. The length of the resource gives you scope to pick and choose, and hopefully should meet the exact requirements of the class you have. There are also extensions about the banking crisis, and possible solutions, for stretch and challenge tasks or KS5. Learning questions (objectives) include: What is money? Am I rich? What is Exploitation? Is the global money system give a fair deal to all who are part of it? Extension: Is financial inequality out of control, and if so how can it be fixed? This extensive resource aims to meet Citizenship, PHSE, UNESCO Sustainable Development goals (4.7) and is created for a religious studies compulsory group (which combines all of the above curricula in my school) to explore the ethics and develop debating skills. It can also be used in geography lessons effectively.
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Megacity Analysis - Jakarta

Megacity Analysis - Jakarta

Resource designed for lower secondary school students in Geography. Would be best used for students who are studying liveability and sustainability in megacities throughout the world. Presentation has an in depth analysis on the three tiers of sustainability - economic, social and environmental.
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Lesson 2:  Uncomfortable Histories (Global Citizenship)

Lesson 2: Uncomfortable Histories (Global Citizenship)

This lesson aims to give students (particularly British ones) some understanding of the histories and activities of Britain we don’t mention as much as the 2nd World War, the Tudors and the Romans. It is an exploration of the slave trade, the arms trade, native american indians, aborigines and transportation and our involvement in India during the empire. It aims to give students an alternative perspective on Britain without undermining them as individuals, invalidating their experience or burdening them with guilt. Hopefully it leads to some interesting discussion and learning. It certainly does in my classroom! Group activities, based on SOLE (Self Organised Learning Environments), which need some monitoring but the resources created would work well with a variety of exercises including marketplace and others. It aims to meet the Global Citizenship Education aims, specifically 4.7 (which focuses on global citizenship education and education for sustainable development). Any feedback greatly received Learning Questions include: What are the histories we learn about in school? What was Britain’s role in the slave trade, Native American Indians, Aboriginal peoples, the arms trade and India? How do these histories affect our opinions about today’s world? Extension: can you figure out what/whose histories are not included in this lesson? How would you find out about them? Are we responsible for our ancestors’ actions?
DavidFew
Environment Drop Down Day

Environment Drop Down Day

5 x fully resourced, hour long lessons all about caring for the environment and living sustainably (KS3/4). Each includes: a one hour PowerPoint, worksheets, clips, is differentiated fully for MA,LA + Core and is designed to fit Ofsted criteria for’ Good’ to ‘Outstanding’. Everything is fully editable. Each resource pack has individually been rated highly by Tes users. Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
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Plastic - Plastic Pollution

Plastic - Plastic Pollution

1 hour, fully resourced PSHCE or Geography lesson which focuses on the problems presented by our excessive use and disposal of plastic and possible solutions. The lesson is most suitable for KS3 / KS4 (but has been left editable) and is filled with engaging, well differentiated and fun activities. It is also useful for Tutor Time, Global Citizenship or an Environment Drop Down Day. The pack includes a 1 hour long PowerPoint, differentiated challenge activities, worksheets, clips and literacy focus tasks. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. You can find many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: MORE EC RESOURCES
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Inequality-Series

Inequality-Series

Three part series on inequality that sheds light on three different aspects, namely, redistribution, lending and globalisation.
Pat_Edema
The Role of Civil Society in Promoting International Mindedness

The Role of Civil Society in Promoting International Mindedness

Lesson looking at how Civil Society promotes international Mindedness. The lesson identifies what Civil Society and International Mindedness is and uses the case studies of the Pro-Democracy Protests in Hong Kong and the Arab Spring. Created for DP Geography (2019) HL Unit 5 ‘Human Development & Diversity’, but easily adaptable to other year groups and curriculums. Full lesson is included, with some handouts (included seperately) used. Students had a digital copy of the ‘resources file’ (which has some answers and animations removed and additional space to make notes) to take notes as required.
Geog2014
GCSE AQA 9-1 Oxford Case Studies Paper 2.  Case Studies, Bristol, Rio and Nigeria Knowledge Organisers

GCSE AQA 9-1 Oxford Case Studies Paper 2. Case Studies, Bristol, Rio and Nigeria Knowledge Organisers

Three comprehensive knowledge organisers that cover the Paper 2 case studies from the Oxford Textbook. Bristol, Rio and Nigeria are presented in a concise format with the syllabus links carefully identified and all the subject specific vocabulary included. Great for revision, just print out and distribute. Editable ppt and easy to distribute PDFs included with photocopy friendly versions as well!
tosh740
GCSE AQA 9-1 : India and Mumbai Knowledge Organiser Bundle.

GCSE AQA 9-1 : India and Mumbai Knowledge Organiser Bundle.

Knowledge Organisers that cover the India Case Study for the AQA Economic World Unit and Mumbai as the City Case Study for the Urban World Unit. Concise summaries which include all the subject specific vocabulary. Allows you to cut down on content for the students by using one country for both areas of the syllabus.
tosh740
GCSE AQA 9-1 : India Case Study, Economic World, Knowledge Organiser and Revision Summaries.

GCSE AQA 9-1 : India Case Study, Economic World, Knowledge Organiser and Revision Summaries.

A set of knowledge organisers and revision summaries that cover the India Case Study of the Economic World Section of Paper 2 of the AQA GCSE Syllabus. The resource includes concise but specific information to allow students to access the highest marks. Subject Specific Vocabulary is also included. All resources are in A4 Power-point format making them easily editable. PDF versions are also included. Leave a review and pick any other resource for free.
tosh740
Fair trade football

Fair trade football

Fully resourced lesson on fair trade football graded outstanding in an observation. A wikipedia page is used to support pupils learning who become ‘authors’ of the page. Ends up in an extended piece of writing. Great for the world cup - really gets the boys engaged.
victoria68mcgowan
Data Trends Analysis

Data Trends Analysis

This worksheet allows students to analyse trends in data over time - the subject here is the unemployment rate in New York City. Students are asked to examine the material and provide responses to higher-order provoking questions. Would suit the subjects of geography and/or maths.
kjackson107
Industrial Location and Map Task - KS3/4 Geography Industry Unit

Industrial Location and Map Task - KS3/4 Geography Industry Unit

This worksheet introduces pupils to the factors affecting the location of industry, industrial sectors, and selecting appropriate locations for industry on a map. It engages their higher order thinking skills by encouraging them to use their new knowledge to make decisions regarding where to locate 3 different industries. The sheet is likely to take high-ability learners around 30minutes and average students a little longer.
morgancc
WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas Geography (A) THEME 2 ALL LESSONS + ASSESSMENTS

WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas Geography (A) THEME 2 ALL LESSONS + ASSESSMENTS

This bundle contains all the lessons and the assessments that are needed to teach theme 2. Nearly all lessons contain exam practise to help develop pupils understanding of the exam. There are feedback sheets for some of the exam questions. Any feedback will be great. JPMathsandGeography
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WJEC/ Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 2- Lesson 15- Urbanisation and Global Cities

WJEC/ Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 2- Lesson 15- Urbanisation and Global Cities

This is the fifteenth lesson in the second theme of the new WJEC/ Eduqas 2016 specification for geography This lesson looks at global cities and urbanisation. It focuses on what urbanisation is, the features of a global city and how a global city may lose its status. There are loads of different activities that help pupils engage with the content and also at the same time practise their exam skills. I have also started to include the “#excellentgeographer” into some of the slides- (This idea was taken from the amazing Jen Monk- @Jennnnnn_x). The worksheet contains a lot of graph practise, as well as another 8 marker with a clear and focused 8 marker mark scheme on it. Any feedback on this lesson would be a great help as they will help to improve future lessons that I upload. JPMathsandGeography
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