Managing tropical rainforests sustainably

Managing tropical rainforests sustainably

This is a GCSE lesson on sustainable management of tropical rainforests. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; the concept of sustainable management of rainforests, some strategies used to management rainforests namely selecting logging, debt for nature swop deals, replanting, conservation, public education, international hardwood agreements (FSC) and ecotourism. Learning resources used in the lesson are; a quiz, a video clip, management strategies hand out and analysis activity, peer learning. The lesson is planned in detail and all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. If you have a textbook on deforestation in the Amazon rainforest then this can be used instead of the case study resources included on the ppt. Now just download and teach!
suddy23
IBDP Geography Option G: Urban environments

IBDP Geography Option G: Urban environments

This is for 6th form IBDP Geopgraphy teachers. This is a group of 8-10 lessons in one PPT with resources. You will need to Oxford course companion booklet and a copy of Geography and integrated approach by David Waugh. All other resources, worksheets, activities can be found in the powerpoint or documents included in this purchase. These group of lessons cover section 1- the varierty of Urban environments including: The characteristics and distribution of urban places, populations and economic activities Characteristics of urban places, including site, function, land use, hierarchy of settlement (including megacities) and growth process (planned or spontaneous) Factors affecting the pattern of urban economic activities (retail, commercial, industrial), including physical factors, land values, proximity to a central business district (CBD) and planningland use, site, function There are also part of section 2 Changing urban systems including: Urbanization, natural increase and centripetal population movements, including rural–urban migration in industrializing cities, and inner city gentrification in postindustrial cities Centrifugal population movements, including suburbanization and counterurbanization Finally, there are fieldwork oppertunties built into lessons that can be adapted for different urban areas.
carolinemcleggan5
Deforestation; effects and management

Deforestation; effects and management

This is a KS3 lesson on the effects and management of tropical rainforests. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; the effects of deforestation (local and global) and the main strategies used to manage rainforests. Learning resources used in the lesson are; a quiz, a video clip, Amazon case study hand out, management strategies hand out, writing task with guidance and peer assessment. The lesson is planned in detail and all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. If you have a textbook on deforestation in the Amazon rainforest then this can be used instead of the case study resources included on the ppt. Now just download and teach!
suddy23
SPAG lesson resources activities practice spelling corrections 1-9 gcse ks3

SPAG lesson resources activities practice spelling corrections 1-9 gcse ks3

A wide selection (13) of geography topics covered, but activities can simply be modified for any subject. The tasks take roughly 15 minutes. Pupils generally spot any SaG errors, copy out incorrect words & use tricky words to create a new paragraph. Te MRI tasks are a bit more specific to geography and allow pupils to put key terminology and SPaG corrections into a more structured GCSE answer.
andymcstump
New York - Printable Geography Worksheets - Interactive Notebook Activity

New York - Printable Geography Worksheets - Interactive Notebook Activity

Teach your students about the state of New York with this printable handout of 2 worksheets (plus answer key). Your students will read a brief overview of New York (location, capital, state bird, state flower, abbreviation), write ‘Albany’ next to the star on the map to show the capital of New York, color a small map, and then use the map and compass to answer 8 questions. For use with Interactive Notebooks: After your students have completed the handout and colored the map of New York, they can cut out the map and paste it into the notebook under the topic of United States / sub-topic New York. Under the map, write a summary in their own words of what they now know about the state of New York. United States. Long Island, New York City. Ordinal and cardinal directions. Bordering New York: Canada, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New Jersey.
tspeelman
9-1 - Geography -  Kevin McCloud: Slumming It - Episode 1 - Supporting Worksheet

9-1 - Geography - Kevin McCloud: Slumming It - Episode 1 - Supporting Worksheet

Worksheet written to support Kevin McCloud: Slumming It - Episode 1. This worksheet focuses on the slum in Dharavi and how an outsider views the conditions and community within it. It includes a variety of data collection activities and higher order thinking tasks to differentiate. I have written this for GCSE students studying World Cities, Urbanistaion, Urban Issues and Resource Management. This can also be adapted for A Level studnents. I have also included a statistical-analytical comparison table as an extension resource. Written in Publisher formatted to A3 but I have also included a PDF which can be printed in A4.
callum2310
Edexcel A Level Geography Investigation

Edexcel A Level Geography Investigation

This powerpoint was created to help A Level students with their Independent Investigation for the Edexcel specification. It gives students some topic ideas and question ideas. Students have found it useful to have access to whilst writing their investigation.
GRFC
A Level Geography Statistical Tests

A Level Geography Statistical Tests

This lesson has been designed to help A Level students with Spearman’s Rank and Chi Squared test, by going through an example of each step by step. In addition there are some slides discussing when to use the test and what some of the pros and cons are. This typically takes up an hour lesson and the students do find it useful going through it step by step. Slide 14 can be printed off and handed to the students and the word document is the chi squared example handed out to students.
GRFC
Geography Quiz

Geography Quiz

A very interesting quiz with all th wonders of the world. Your students have to guess where the monument on ppt presentation is.
MrFokion
The World News Crossword - July 15th, 2018

The World News Crossword - July 15th, 2018

In this week’s puzzles… (1) A crossword based on events in last week’s news. A search & cloze puzzle detailing Part 2 of the amazing rescue of the 12 boys and their football coach from the flooded cave in northern Thailand, A crossword about NATO, and there are no clues, and A crossword all about Belgium (which achieved 3rd place in the FIFA World Cup). In last week’s news… All twelve boys from the Wild Boars football team and their coach who were trapped in a cave in northern Thailand were rescued. The US president said NATO member countries aren’t contributing enough to NATO (even though countries don’t contribute anything). Britain’s Foreign Minister resigned because he didn’t like the state of Brexit negotiations. Nestlé products are banned from zoos in Melbourne and a man has taken Monsanto to court alleging its weed killer caused his cancer. George Clooney fell off his motor bike while in Sardinia. Justin Bieber got engaged, maybe. An American tourist shut down Vienna airport because of a live artillery shell in her luggage. Scorpions invaded Brazilian cities, sort of. And after 66 years, an Indian man finally cut his finger nails. Angelique Kerber and Novak Đoković won the Women’s and Men’s Singles at Wimbledon. France won the FIFA World Cup, but the most loved and most successful football team during the World Cup was The Wild Boars of Thailand.
BFP
Fortnite Revision Lesson

Fortnite Revision Lesson

Teacher Notes: This is designed to be a revision/end of year lesson. The aim of the game is to collect as much loot as possible and at the end of the game sell it for as many Vbucks (Fortnite currency) as possible. All you are required to do is add questions on slide 5, 6, 7, 8 and the supply drop questions. You can prepare as many ’knock’ questions as you wish.
hannah_durham
Amazing Race 2 GCSE Geography Revision Game

Amazing Race 2 GCSE Geography Revision Game

This is my Second Amazing Race for GCSE revision. It covers topics such as Rainforests, River processes and Volcanoes. The Journey takes students to Iceland (E15) Madagascar (Rainforest [SKILLS - Scale]) UK (Medmerry) Malaysia (Borneo Rainforest) Egypt (Nile River) UK (Nap Wood) Every location has 2 tasks - these tasks include GCSE questions, creative and recall tasks. There are also 2 road block tasks: model building and European flag recognition
steveshortland25
gcse ks3 1-9 geography lesson statistics data imports exports industry uk

gcse ks3 1-9 geography lesson statistics data imports exports industry uk

A full lesson on the major imports & exports to and from the UK. Pupils create a flow line & proportional data presentation. They learn key content whilst putting it into a data/statistics content. Includes marking statements that can be printed and stuck onto completed work. Pupils loved this lesson. Suitable for all 1-9 specifications. Just check the terminology is correct for the exam board that you are using.
andymcstump
1-9 gcse geography unit of study ocr aqa

1-9 gcse geography unit of study ocr aqa

This bundle contains all of the resources and materials to teach all of the key content related to the GCSE 1-9 specification. Over 20 resources. Lessons include: Aging populations DTM SOW Population pyramids The effects of migration Lessons are creative and engaging and designed to allow independent learning. Mark sheets are often included to allow for simple & quick teacher feedback.
andymcstump
The Amazing Race Geog Revision

The Amazing Race Geog Revision

This is a Geography Revision tool for GCSE. Students have to guess specific locations (previously studied) then complete 1 of 2 tasks in order to move on to the next location. There are also road block tasks where the winner can nominate a team to complete BOTH tasks in the next leg. This is a 6 leg journey covering The Philippines (Typhoon Haiyan) UK (Birmingham opportunities) Pakistan (Thar Desert - adaptations and food webs) India (Mumbai/Dharavi) DRC (Nyiragongo) Kiribati (Climate change) It does take a lot of time to set up but well worth it! I have already started to create a second one as the kids enjoyed it so much. included is all activities needed to complete plus blank templates. They come in an unprotected format so you can adapt to fit your SOL. Enjoy
steveshortland25
Settlement patterns (complete lesson)

Settlement patterns (complete lesson)

This lesson introduces the terms linear, dispersed and nucleated settlements. It comes complete with PowerPoint and worksheets to structure the activities. The pupils first learn what the phrases mean, and then … … see if they can identify the patterns in aerial photograph examples of all three. They then go on to look at the causes that lead to the development of all three types of settlement pattern. After this, the pupils describe each settlement pattern in their own words … … and then using online maps like google, they try to find examples. The lesson starts to introduce the idea that the larger the settlement, the more services it has. Lastly, if the pupils have time, they find and print off aerial photos of each settlement pattern using the satellite feature of online mapping tools.
idj
Coast SOW KS3

Coast SOW KS3

8 Lesson SOW plus an Assessment and DIRT lesson. All worksheets and resources provided no need for textbooks. Includes exam questions with self and peer assessment. All lessons include challenge tasks. Includes: Introduction to Coasts Coastal Processes Erosional Landforms Longshore Drift Depositional Landforms Planning a Coastal Walk Happisburgh Case Study Coastal Management
alicenutman
geography skills fieldwork gcse ks3 statistics assessment walking talking test 1-9

geography skills fieldwork gcse ks3 statistics assessment walking talking test 1-9

A test used to deliver a walking talking exam to gcse geography pupils. Each pupil had a copy and made annotations. The hall was booked and classes combined together. I then talked through each question and outlined exactly how to answer it. a visualiser was used too. Was used to cover geographiocal skills, fieldwork and statistics. Planned for OCR geography 1-9, but content and coverage is relevant to all current 1-9 specifications.
andymcstump
Lesson 6 - Planning a Coastal Walk

Lesson 6 - Planning a Coastal Walk

Lesson 6 in Coastal SOW for KS3, although could be adapted for KS4. Includes differentiated LOs: All – recap 4/6 figure grid references Most – plan a coastal walk using an OS map and success criteria Some – start composing coastal walk Pupils will use a planning sheet, success criteria and OS map to plan a walk along the Dorset Coastline. Includes adaptable whole class feedback sheet.
alicenutman
Outdoor Learning - Using your Senses

Outdoor Learning - Using your Senses

This lesson plan is a comprehensive lesson plan for how to use your senses in the Great Outdoors. I have used this as a stand-alone lesson with a group of 8 & 9-year-olds. It can be adapted to suit any age group and of course can be changed to suit the needs of the group. I used a variety of learning strategies to develop curiosity and overall interest. It seemed to work! More information can be found on www.garethmate.com
gm8ty30
A Local River Study

A Local River Study

This is a MS Word document that is easily adaptable to suit your needs. It focuses on a local river study and also includes opportunities to develop feedback and evaluate your progress. It is ideal to support the topic of rivers and can also be used as Homework research topic. I have used this with my Year 4 Class and they were really positive about it. It was completed independently and then discussed as small groups.
gm8ty30
coastal coasts over 20 resources geography all lessons 1-9 gcse

coastal coasts over 20 resources geography all lessons 1-9 gcse

Clontains over 20 bespoke teaching materials. Including powerpoints. All the resources needed to teach pupils about coastal features, processes, geology & management. Based upon the Holderness coastline. Probably 8 to 10 lessons worth of work, including assessment. areas covered include; Crack, cave, arch, stack & stump. Bays & headlands Bars & spits Longshore drift. geology Hard engineering Soft engineerng This really supports pupils working independently and the A3 worksheet provides all of the ingredients needed for all levels of pupil to access the information. I print the large A3 sheets in colour & laminate them so that they can be used over again. Saves the need for text books. Suitable for all age groups & easily amended to suit all GCSE geography specifications.
andymcstump
World Cup Geography Skills Lesson

World Cup Geography Skills Lesson

To embrace the World Cup 2018, this document is to get the students to think about where the players in the England team play when they at home but also to improve Geographical skills that can be used later in their education. There are a series of tasks to get the student to improve how they use an Atlas, then improving statistical skills (mean, median, mode and range), creating bar and scatter graphs and then going back to the Atlas to find out about the teams that were in the quarter-finals of the 2018 World Cup. This is great for students in Year 7 to 9 and is a great opportunity for a display. With Year 7-8 students work in pairs, Year 9 are able to this by themselves. I would really appreciate feedback on this resource as it is the first one I have uploaded. Also I would like to know if people have adapted or included anything else! Thank you
GRFC
World cup bid challenge

World cup bid challenge

Students have to bid for the world cup to be held in their country based on the success criteria and the information on the sheets. This is basic information taken from the internet and others resources. My year 9 group loved it and im sure it could be adapted for year 8 and below
victoria68mcgowan
whole year 7 8 scheme of work geography ks3

whole year 7 8 scheme of work geography ks3

This will save you hours of work. A full year 7 or 8 scheme of work. Most lessons in it are available to download. It is a fun and engaging geography scheme of work that promotes a real love of the subject.
andymcstump
Upland lowland uses characteristics geography gcse ks3 OCR AQA

Upland lowland uses characteristics geography gcse ks3 OCR AQA

All the resources needed to teach pupils about the uses and characteristics of upland & lowland areas in the UK. Pupils create an overlay (see video). This is a nice way to introduce GIS. Pupils then sort, analyse & explain the pictures. Usually takes two lessons to complete. Suitable for all age groups & easily amended to suit all GCSE geography specifications.
andymcstump
The United Kingdom

The United Kingdom

A complete unit for KS3. The lessons cover the UK for a human geographers perspective and a physical geographers perspective. All the lessons have starters/connect activities, main/activate and demonstrate activities and plenary/consolidation activities. The worksheets have been created and included at the end of each presentation. Answers have been provided and all you need to do is click through the PowerPoint, making self/peer assessment easy. Below is a summary of the main activities in each lesson. Lesson 1: A mapping activity, so students understand where the different human and physical features of the UK are. Lesson 2: What is England? This lesson breaks down what is meant by the UK and it different states. Lesson 3: Students use their learning from the previous two lessons and use data to help them explain the distribution of the UK’s population. Lesson 4: The weather and climate of the UK, students will use figures to help explain why the UK has such a varied climate. Lesson 5: Why are some areas in the UK wetter than others, students will use sources to explain this. Lesson 6: Students will use census data to make conclusions about the UKs population. Lesson 7: What is the EU and the Commonwealth and how are we connected to the rest of the world.
MrTheo
york flooding hard soft management human activity on rivers geography

york flooding hard soft management human activity on rivers geography

A lesson on the human activity on rivers. Flood defence & causes. Suitable for all age groups and specifications. Resources really allow for independent learning and provide all of the ingredients needed for all abilities of students to access the learning. It also has a quick GCSE style test that puts learning into context. 2 to 3 lessons worth of content.
andymcstump