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Exploring St Lucia

Exploring St Lucia

This set of resources is designed for teaching the KS2 Geography unit Exploring St Lucia. The planning, presentations and activities are also available individually on the TES. If you like this resource, please review it. If you have any suggestions or feedback, contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk

By eddiebray

Comparing the weather of St Lucia and the UK

Comparing the weather of St Lucia and the UK

This resource is designed for KS2 children. It is part of a wider unit called Exploring St Lucia which is designed to teach children about a contrasting non-European country. First the presentation introduces children to the tropical climate zone (dry and wet seasons) and its associated weather (i.e. high temperatures and high rainfall). It compares this with temperate climates such as that of the UK. Children are also encouraged to interpret data from a climate graph for St Lucia. Finally, other aspects of a tropical climate are covered including tropical storms and hurricanes. The accompanying differentiated true/false activity helps children to recap what they have learned about the climates of St Lucia and the UK. There is also an extension activity. If you like this resource, please review it. If you have any suggestions or feedback, contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk

By eddiebray

Brazils world cup

Brazils world cup

This lesson examines the recent developments in Brazil following the world cup. The objective of the lesson is to decide whether or not the world cup benefited or caused the country problems problems . It uses a range of AFL techniques and creative tasks for the students to complete. I was seen teaching this lesson during an oftsed inspection and was given OUTSTANDING.

By joshcarmody

MAP READING - A USEFUL SKILL FOR GEOGRAPHY - HISTORY AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

MAP READING - A USEFUL SKILL FOR GEOGRAPHY - HISTORY AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

The cover image (right) list three uses of this unit. It can be a ready made standalone unit concentrating on the skill of map reading. The inclusion of black and white and colour attachments provide flexibility in providing hard copies. The visual inclusions of drawings, maps and graphs provide ample opportunity for students to find, consider and provide answers to set questions. Project the maps in the series and discuss the questions in class. Provide the attachments to find out why the the 5th generation descendants of the pioneer settlers decided to leave the farm .However this unit could be used as an introduction to other units which examine the broader issues contained in the Murray-Darling Basin Plan - an issue very much in the current news (2017). For history students this unit touches on the issue of farmers who were "squatters" before the advent of land surveys and titles. For those involved in environmental studies this unit shows impact and change within a river system due to population increase, land use and technology changes. The attachments provide the guidelines for investigation and interpretation. Follow the McNab family through 5 generations of change which a revealed in the map series. Some of the answers are obvious but others may require debate. See how many of the changes your students can discover in the "spot the difference page". Maps reveal visually information that would take many words to provide.

By KPolkinghorne

Lesson 1: Where is Africa - KS3 Geography Africa Unit 2017

Lesson 1: Where is Africa - KS3 Geography Africa Unit 2017

1. Two-minute thinking followed by discussion of the difference between a country and continent. 2. Once definition is secure, pupils label the seven continents. 3. Whole class discussion describing the location of Africa, try to illicit key terms. 4. This is followed by pupils writing a description of the location of Africa. Peer asses. 5. Present data on the continents population and land mass and discuss with class any comparisons that can be made. 6. This is followed by pupils completing the true/false statements based on the data. 7. Using an atlas, pupils try to determine the African countries using the clues. 8. Extension activity: pupils plot a graph comparing population by continents. Homework: pupils try to learn as many of the African countries and their capital cities as well as their flags for a quiz following lesson. Includes differentiated worksheets for Lower Ability Students.

By Geo_Marz

Component 1 (Changing Physical and Human Landscapes) PoS Eduqas WJEC 9-1

Component 1 (Changing Physical and Human Landscapes) PoS Eduqas WJEC 9-1

An entire Unit/Scheme of Work for Component 1 of the Eduqas WJEC 9-1 A specification. This bundle is made up of over 60 lessons and 200 resources. It is fully planned and resourced. It includes checklists of lessons and key term worksheets for every key idea. I spent a lot of time on these and would love feedback. Enjoy!

By dunnsean

Geography KS3 Programme of Study (Full SoW and Resources)

Geography KS3 Programme of Study (Full SoW and Resources)

Every resource needed for a KS3 Programme of Study! This bundle includes over 200 lessons!! Everything is fully planned and resourced and ready to use! I have spent a lot of time planning these lessons and welcome feedback. No need for textbooks! Enjoy!

By dunnsean

Core Theme 1 (Landscapes and Physical Processes) SoW (Eduqas WJEC 9-1)

Core Theme 1 (Landscapes and Physical Processes) SoW (Eduqas WJEC 9-1)

This is an entire Scheme/Unit of Work for Core Theme 1 (Landscapes and Physical Processes) in the new Eduqas WJEC 9-1 GCSE Specification A. It includes 24 lessons made up of 100 resources. Each Key Idea includes lessons, resources, a checklist of lessons to be stuck in books and a key terms sheet (one to be set as homework and one completed). I have put a lot of time into these lessons and think they are good. Feedback is wanted and welcomed. I hope you enjoy my resources!

By dunnsean

Landform and Process change in Coastal Landscapes (Eduqas WJEC 9-1)

Landform and Process change in Coastal Landscapes (Eduqas WJEC 9-1)

This is a SoW fully resourced for Key Idea 1.2 of the new Eduqas WJEC 9-1 GCSE A specification. These lessons are for the Coasts section of Key Idea 1.2. These lessons are from Component A for Core Theme 1 (Landscapes and Physical Processes). The entire SoW for Core Theme 1 can be found in a bundle. This SoW includes a checklist of lessons, key terms homework, completed key terms and 7 lessons on: 6. Coastal Processes 7. Wave-cut notch and platform 8. Arches and stacks 9. Beaches and Spits 10. Landslides, rock falls and slumping 11. Coastal change (geology, extreme weather and human activity) 12. Coastal change ICT task All feedback welcome! Enjoy!!

By dunnsean

GCSE Geography A* River landscapes coursework material complete pack

GCSE Geography A* River landscapes coursework material complete pack

Resource/coursework example material for GCSE Edexcel Geography. This resource includes front cover template and contents page, introduction, 3x annotated maps, key terms and definitions, the sequence of investigation, detailed data collection (methodology) including primary and secondary data types, data presentation through the use of graphs and charts, 2x essays - analysis and interpretation and evaluation of controlled assessment. These documents were submitted for GCSE coursework and achieved A* result. This resource can be used as part of revision, coursework help/inspiration or classroom analysis and evaluation. PLEASE NOTE: material written by me and in my own words, except for quotations from published and unpublished sources which are clearly indicated and acknowledged as such. This resource may be used as an example, however, it should NOT be copied and resubmitted for external examination. Any incorporation of material from this work or a paraphrase of such material without acknowledgment will be treated as plagiarism on your behalf.

By ebrook_

GCSE Geography A* River landscapes coursework material- analysis and interpretation and evaluation

GCSE Geography A* River landscapes coursework material- analysis and interpretation and evaluation

Resource/coursework example material for GCSE Edexcel Geography. Resource includes written analysis and evaluation for River Landscapes controlled assessment. 2X essays submitted for GCSE coursework and achieved A* result. These essays can be used for revision, coursework help/inspiration or classroom analysis and evaluation. PLEASE NOTE: Both essays were written by me and in my own words, except for quotations from published and unpublished sources which are clearly indicated and acknowledged as such. This resource may be used as an example, however, it should NOT be copied and resubmitted for external examination. Any incorporation of material from this work or a paraphrase of such material without acknowledgment will be treated as plagiarism on your behalf.

By ebrook_

GCSE Geography A* River landscapes coursework material-  data presentation and methodology

GCSE Geography A* River landscapes coursework material- data presentation and methodology

Resource/coursework example material for GCSE Edexcel Geography. This resource includes data presentation (graphs and charts such as Line Graphs to show comparisons of cross sections at Sites 1,2 and 3, Bar charts to show the comparison of Average Bed-load width as well as the Bradshaw model). Methodology also included providing examples of primary and secondary methods of data collection. purpose, justification and risk assessment examples provided. These documents were submitted for GCSE coursework and achieved A* result. This resource can be used as part of revision, coursework help/inspiration or classroom analysis and evaluation. PLEASE NOTE: material written by me and in my own words, except for quotations from published and unpublished sources which are clearly indicated and acknowledged as such. This resource may be used as an example, however, it should NOT be copied and resubmitted for external examination. Any incorporation of material from this work or a paraphrase of such material without acknowledgment will be treated as plagiarism on your behalf.

By ebrook_