Presentation on The Carbon Cycle and Energy Security (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Presentation on The Carbon Cycle and Energy Security (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Comprehensive Presentation that Covers: Future Climate Uncertainty, Future Climate Uncertainty II, Adaptation Strategies, Mitigation Strategies, COP21: PARIS 2015, Degradation Of Water And Carbon Cycles, Kuznet’s Curve, Water Cycle, The Threat To Biological Carbon Cycles, Land Use Cover Trends, Land Use Trends II, Ocean Acidification, Marine Ecosystems Under Threat, Drought Trends, Alternatives To Fossil Fuels, Renewable And Recyclable Sources Of Energy, Biofuels, Radical Technologies, Fossil Fuel Supply And Demand, Energy Pathways, Unconventional Fossil Fuels, Energy Players, Energy Players II: The Role Of Governments, Energy Consumption, Energy Security, Comparing Energy Security, The Greenhouse Effect, Regulating The Composition Of The Atmosphere, Fossil Fuel Combustion, Marine Sequestration, Terrestrial Sequestration, Biogeochemical Carbon Cycle, Types Of Carbon And Varied Fluxes and Geological Processes.
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KS3 Dance Year 8 ‘Gumboot Dance’ New and Improved 6 lesson SOW and delivery PowerPoint

KS3 Dance Year 8 ‘Gumboot Dance’ New and Improved 6 lesson SOW and delivery PowerPoint

This ‘Gumboot Dance’ New and Improved 6 lesson SOW and delivery PowerPoint is for teachers teaching KS3 dance (ideally in year 8). This is a new and improved version of my previous ‘Gumboot Dance’ resource. With this resource comes much improved starter activities emphasising on dance skills and terminology, a fresh look PowerPoint, YouTube Clips and research tasks. Purpose: This SOW explores the History and evolution of South African Gumboot dance. Pupils will gain and develop basic dance appreciation skills through watching clips of Gumboot dancing and ‘“Gumboots” Through the eyes of Michael Moloi https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yX1E-Zb-fY which will lead into discussions about the History of the style in relation to actions, space, dynamics and relationships. Props are introduced from lesson 4 and inspiration on how to use them is drawn from Stomp the Musical. Pupils will gain and develop basic performance and choreography skills through working as a whole class to perform set Gumboot rhythms using unison, repetition and action and reaction. Working in small groups, pupils are encouraged to be creative and are allocated time to experiment and improvise choreographic ideas with their groups resulting in a group performance of their Gumboot choreographies that include a prop. Pupils will have the opportunity to view each other’s work and provide feedback to improve their own and other’s work. This SOW also provides pupils with research homework tasks to promote independence and research skills needed at KS4. Includes: Detailed 6 lesson (60 min lessons) SOW with: aims, learning outcomes, time scale, resources, key words, level descriptors, lesson calendar, lesson objectives, starter activities (bell tasks), main activities, skills, assessment for learning, differentiation and homework. 6 lesson (60 min per lesson) delivery PowerPoint with: lesson objectives, starter (bell activities), main tasks, talking points, success criteria, YouTube clips, level descriptors etc.
samjball
An introduction to Rio de Janerio, The growth and characteristics of Rio de Janeiro

An introduction to Rio de Janerio, The growth and characteristics of Rio de Janeiro

This resource relates to the AQA specification for GCSE (UK) exams from 2018 onwards. The lesson is part of the ‘Urban issues and challenges’ module. This lesson is a great as an introductuary overview of Rio as a city. Pupils start by locating the metropolis. The students then create a fast fact mind map from the classes current knowledge, video and source sheets provided. The growth of the city is then briefly discussed, before the pupils learn about the structure of Rio through a memory game exercise.
gy07lc
The causes of urbanisation and emergence of mega cities.

The causes of urbanisation and emergence of mega cities.

This resource relates to the AQA specification for GCSE (UK) exams from 2018 onwards. The lesson is part of the ‘Urban issues and challenges’ module. This lesson investigates how rural to urban migration and natural increase lead to population growth in urban areas. Students are taught the push and pull factors that influence individuals to migrate to cities. The three types of mega cities are then considered, and pupils have to match up the location, features and respective examples. A mega-city mapping task is used to show how the distribution of these metropolises has changed over the last 65 years.
gy07lc
Urbanisation, Describing the patterns of urban growth

Urbanisation, Describing the patterns of urban growth

This resource relates to the AQA specification for GCSE (UK) exams from 2018 onwards. The lesson is part of the ‘Urban issues and challenges’ module. This 1 hour lesson investigates the concept of urbanisation. The lesson compares the growth of towns and cities in HIC’s and LIC’s. Pupils learn how to analyse a range of graph and table data sets, in an attempt to improve exam technique in skill based source questions.
gy07lc
GCSE Coasts- Geography Unit

GCSE Coasts- Geography Unit

A GCSE Geography unit focusing on Coasts . This unit can be used for all GCSE sepcifications. All lessons include differentiated learning objectives, starters and plenaries. This unit focuses on how humans used coasts, how coasts are managed, coastal erosion, how headlands and bays are formed, coastal landforms such as spits, tombolos, arches, stacks, stumps, wave-cut platforms, coastal transportation (LSD) and a GCSE case study on Dorset.
Capell6
GCSE Case Study- Coastal Erosion UK

GCSE Case Study- Coastal Erosion UK

A GCSE Geography lesson focusing on Coasts as a sub-unit. All lessons include differentiated learning objectives, starters and plenaries. This lesson looks at Christchurch Bay in Dorset and coastal erosion processes. A worksheet is included so students can complete a case study response looking at the social, economic and environmental impacts as well as key terminology such as swash, fetch, the location and what caused the cliff to erode.
Capell6
Coastal Management GCSE Geography

Coastal Management GCSE Geography

A GCSE Geography lesson focusing on Coasts as a sub-unit. All lessons include differentiated learning objectives, starters and plenaries. This lesson looks at coastal management and soft and hard engineering strategies that are used, as well as looking at the positives and negatives through a development compass rose.
Capell6
Coastal Flooding UK

Coastal Flooding UK

A GCSE Geography lesson focusing on Coasts as a sub-unit. All lessons include differentiated learning objectives, starters and plenaries. This lesson looks at coastal flooding in the UK.
Capell6
Coastal erosion

Coastal erosion

A GCSE Geography lesson focusing on Coasts as a sub-unit. All lessons include differentiated learning objectives, starters and plenaries. This lesson looks at coastal erosion in the UK
Capell6
Human activities- coasts

Human activities- coasts

A GCSE Geography lesson focusing on Coasts as a sub-unit. All lessons include differentiated learning objectives, starters and plenaries. This lesson looks at how humans shape and manage coastal areas.
Capell6
Weathering and Mass Movement- Coasts

Weathering and Mass Movement- Coasts

A GCSE Geography lesson focusing on Coasts as a sub-unit. All lessons include differentiated learning objectives, starters and plenaries. This lesson looks at weathering, mass movement and how particular parts of the UK face more erosional processes than others due to the geological formation of rock. This links in to lesson 3 on concordant and discordant coastlines.
Capell6
Coastal Transport

Coastal Transport

A GCSE Geography lesson focusing on Coasts as a sub-unit. All lessons include differentiated learning objectives, starters and plenaries. This lesson looks at longshore drift as a process, the formation of spits and tombolos, and coastal transportation.
Capell6
Coastal landforms

Coastal landforms

A GCSE Geography lesson focusing on Coasts as a sub-unit. All lessons include differentiated learning objectives, starters and plenaries. This lesson looks at wave-cut platforms, arches, caves, stacks, stumps and erosional processes.
Capell6
Headlands and Bays

Headlands and Bays

A GCSE Geography lesson focusing on Coasts as a sub-unit. All lessons include differentiated learning objectives, starters and plenaries. This lesson looks at discordant and concordant coastlines, the geology of coastal landforms and how coasts are formed.
Capell6
KS3 Development unit of work

KS3 Development unit of work

A unit of work consisting of 13 lessons covering the topic of development. The unit looks at Brandt line, the reasons for global inequality, indicators of development including population and economic factors. The unit also explains the reasons for population change and introduces the DTM and population pyramids. Later lessons include work on employment structures, globalisation, exploitation of workers in LEDC, the role of transnational corporations, third world debt and sustainability projects. The unit has an assessment lesson on the role of tourism in the development of Gambia. Lessons include lesson launch activities, success criteria, a variety of activities, games and hyperlinks to relevant video clips.
fourstripe
Japan Unit Plan and Resources

Japan Unit Plan and Resources

A five week unit on Japan suitable for Key Stage Two. Included in the bundle is: • A guide to using the resources in Word • A detailed and differentiated five-week plan in Word • Resources in Word • Links to videos and websites in Word • A five-week teaching resource for every lesson in Powerpoint
Ang_Meister
Dovedale National Park SCHOOL TRIP

Dovedale National Park SCHOOL TRIP

Everything you need to plan and enjoy visiting Dovedale National Nature Reserve. Attachments: Prior to trip: Risk Assessment Letter to Parents During trip: Dovedale Activity Pack After trip: Dovedale ‘Recount’ activity Water-colour painting activity + Slide showing ‘real’ picture
Lresources4teachers
Geogglebox

Geogglebox

Geography TV Guide - Basic TV shows on BBC One and Channel 4, Can be adapted to suit students/curriculum.
Kc306
Revision Notes on Coastal Landscapes and Change (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Revision Notes on Coastal Landscapes and Change (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Comprehensive Revision Notes Covering: Coasts are Natural Systems, Sources of Energy in Coastal Systems, Coasts Can Be High Energy or Low Energy, Sediment Sources in Coastal Systems, Six Ways Waves Erode the Coastline, Transportation is the Process of Eroded Material Being Moved, Deposition is the Process of Dropping Eroded Material, Sub-Aerial Weathering Occurs Along the Coastline, Salt Weathering, Freeze-thaw Weathering, Chemical Weathering, Wetting and Drying, Some Coastal Landforms are Caused by Erosion, Some Coastal Landforms are Caused by Deposition, Sea Level Changes are Eustatic or Isostatic, Climate Change Causes Changes in Sea Level, Climate Change Has Impacts on Coastal Areas, Sea Level Rise Result in Coastlines of Submergence, Only Some Parts of the Coast are Defended, Four Options for Coastal Management, Hard Engineering Defences, Soft Engineering Defences and Sustainable Management Strategies for the Future.
jh081326
Coastal Erosion- GCSE Geography

Coastal Erosion- GCSE Geography

A GCSE Geography lesson focusing on coastal erosion including attrition, abrasion, hydraulic action and corrosion . Starter focuses on types of waves (look at lesson 1-types of waves) including swash and backwash and constructive and destructive waves. GCSE exam question included as well as differentiated learning objectives and plenary.
Capell6
Measuring Development GCSE Geography

Measuring Development GCSE Geography

A lesson to introduce Development as a GCSE Geography topic. This lesson focuses on different development indicators, how countries are classified in terms of development and the divide between countries around the world. Worksheets included to get students to think about different types of development indicators, and how these may vary around the world. Differentiated learning objectives, starter and plenary all included.
Capell6
Types of Waves- Coasts GCSE Lesson

Types of Waves- Coasts GCSE Lesson

A introductory lesson to coasts focusing on constructive and destructive waves, looking at erosion, length and height of waves, swash/backwash, and landforms created. Useful for GCSE. Includes starter activity, differentiated learning objectives with extension task and plenary.
Capell6
Water Carbon and Climate Change

Water Carbon and Climate Change

This lesson is based around the new AQA A Level specification. This is a lesson in the unit titled Water and Carbon Cycles. The main aim of this lesson is to cover the following element of the specification: 3.1.1.4 – The key role of the carbon and water stores and cycles in supporting life on Earth with particular reference to climate. The relationship between the water cycle and carbon cycle in the atmosphere. The role of feedbacks within and between cycles and their link to climate change and implications for life on Earth. Any pages referenced are from the Oxford physical textbook. Please note I do not own the rights to any of the images used in this powerpoint.
Lemonellie2000
Carbon Budget - AQA A Level

Carbon Budget - AQA A Level

This lesson is based around the new AQA A Level specification. This is a lesson in the unit titled Water and Carbon Cycles. The main aim of this lesson is to cover the following element of the specification: 3.1.1.3 – The carbon budget and the impact of the carbon cycle upon land, ocean and atmosphere, including global climate. Any pages referenced are from the Oxford physical textbook. Please note I do not own the rights to any of the images used in this powerpoint.
Lemonellie2000
Carbon Cycle Changes - AQA A Level

Carbon Cycle Changes - AQA A Level

This lesson is based around the new AQA A Level specification. This is a lesson in the unit titled Water and Carbon Cycles. The main aim of this lesson is to cover the following element of the specification: 3.1.1.3 – Changes in the carbon cycle over time, to include natural variation (including wild fire, volcanic activity) and human impact (including hydrocarbon fuel extraction and burning, farming practices, deforestation, land use changes). Any pages referenced are from the Oxford physical textbook. Please note I do not own the rights to any of the images used in this powerpoint.
Lemonellie2000
The Carbon Cycle - AQA A Level

The Carbon Cycle - AQA A Level

This lesson is based around the new AQA A Level specification. This is a lesson in the unit titled Water and Carbon Cycles. The main aim of this lesson is to cover the following element of the specification: 3.1.1.3 – Global distribution, and size of major stores of carbon – lithosphere, hydrosphere, cryosphere, biosphere, atmosphere. Factors driving change in the magnitude of these stores over time and space, including flows and transfers at plant, sere and continental scales. Photosynthesis, respiration, decomposition, combustion, carbon sequestration in oceans and sediments, weathering. Any pages referenced are from the Oxford physical textbook. Please note I do not own the rights to any of the images used in this powerpoint.
Lemonellie2000
Water Cycle Changes - AQA A Level

Water Cycle Changes - AQA A Level

This lesson is based around the new AQA A Level specification. This is a lesson in the unit titled Water and Carbon Cycles. The main aim of this lesson is to cover the following element of the specification: 3.1.1.2 – Changes in the water cycle over time to include natural variation including storm events, seasonal changes and human impact including farming practices, land use change and water abstraction. Any pages referenced are from the Oxford physical textbook. Please note I do not own the rights to any of the images used in this powerpoint.
Lemonellie2000
Hydrographs - AQA A Level

Hydrographs - AQA A Level

This lesson is based around the new AQA A Level specification. This is a lesson in the unit titled Water and Carbon Cycles. The main aim of this lesson is to cover the following element of the specification: 3.1.1.2 – The water cycle Runoff variation and the flood hydrograph. Any pages referenced are from the Oxford physical textbook. Please note I do not own the rights to any of the images used in this powerpoint.
Lemonellie2000
Drainage Basin - AQA A Level

Drainage Basin - AQA A Level

This lesson is based around the new AQA A Level specification. This is a lesson in the unit titled Water and Carbon Cycles. The main aim of this lesson is to cover the following element of the specification: 3.1.1.2 – The water cycle Drainage basins as open systems – inputs and outputs, to include precipitation, evapotranspiration and runoff; stores and flows, to include interception, surface, soil water, groundwater and channel storage; stemflow, infiltration overland flow, and channel flow. Concept of water balance. Any pages referenced are from the Oxford physical textbook. Please note I do not own the rights to any of the images used in this powerpoint.
Lemonellie2000