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Globalisation

Globalisation Lesson Objectives: At the end of the lesson the students should be able to: Define the term globalisation. Explain the reasons for globalisation. Examine the issue of globalisation in the world: case study of transnational (multinational) corporation. This slide examines the topic and should be used to teach students of geography and environmental management in KS 3,4 & 5 . It is written, with graphically illustration and revision questions at the end meant for assessment. A must have for teachers of geography and environmental management in KS 3-5.
superclassic73
Refugees and Disease

Refugees and Disease

A lesson based on personal experiences working in Calais around disease and health of transient and persecuted communities. Appreciate all may not agree with any sentiments although I have tried to make it unbiased or a depiction of my experience and truth and that of the people I met working and living in Calais at least. Moving video at first - warn students about this and watch before, to see if appropriate to show to your group.
isabel_wood88
TB Top Down Development: W.H.O End TB

TB Top Down Development: W.H.O End TB

This lesson uses the basic pages of the original WHO documents for students to independently research via sentence finishers from these papers. It is good for comprehension and independent learners and gaining confidence with official documents. I used it for year 8 UK children who managed very well. I have attached all the other documents but not all are necessary, students only need the 3 summary pages for the 3 pillars from the "End_TB_brochure" pages 8, 9 and 10. If doing this with older students or G&T you could print out some extra info from these packs.
isabel_wood88
2017-2018 Year 11 OCR B Revision 3) Urban Futures: 6 mark answers

2017-2018 Year 11 OCR B Revision 3) Urban Futures: 6 mark answers

The short 30-40 minute booster is aimed at developing model answers for the end of unit exam. This has produced excellent results for my Year 11 using the PEEL and BUG strategies included in this PowerPoint. In this session we focus on the following: - Settler Anagrams with the extension to write definitions; - Starter Million Sweet Drop Live using sweets- the students in teams work on a question with four possible answers. They have to place the sweets on the matrix provided. The students lose or gain sweets if they are right. - Main- Introduction of BUG and PEEL for the 6 mark exam question. I show students the mark scheme from the examiners and how they can access L3. This follows the PiXL guidance of Question Teach Question. It includes a MODEL ANSWER broken down into PEEL. It also has ADDITIONAL ANSWERS which we have covered in the unit. - Plenary- Key word catch in teams.
GJDavis27
NEW OCR B Urban Futures 1-20 BUNDLE including end of unit test and revision

NEW OCR B Urban Futures 1-20 BUNDLE including end of unit test and revision

An introductory bundle into urban futures for the new scheme of work. It contains knowledge for urbanisation, megacities, metacities and also documentaries, such as the Andrew Marr's Megacities. It contains my newest ideas for starters and plenaries as well as group and individual work. All the bundle contains exam questions with ANSWERS. The bundle includes the end of unit test and revision. It has . 25% off!
GJDavis27
NEW OCR B Urban Futures 1-19 BUNDLE including fieldwork and revision

NEW OCR B Urban Futures 1-19 BUNDLE including fieldwork and revision

An introductory bundle into urban futures for the new scheme of work. It contains knowledge for urbanisation, megacities, metacities and also documentaries, such as the Andrew Marr's Megacities. It contains my newest ideas for starters and plenaries as well as group and individual work. All the bundle contains exam questions with ANSWERS. The bundle includes fieldwork and revision before the exam. See revision 2 below. It has 25% off!
GJDavis27
Resources of Our Earth Lesson

Resources of Our Earth Lesson

Leave a review and choose any resource for FREE! A complete lesson focusing on the different resources found on our Earth. Designed for the Australian Geography Curriculum Year 7 Topic: Water in the world. However, could be used for numerous curriculums when studying resources. Includes Slides, worksheets, starter activity, writing task with help sheet, an extension activity, peer assessment activity, plenary and homework task. Fully differentiated for mixed ability and success criteria throughout.
humanitiesbox
China's One Child Policy- OUTSTANDING DRAMA Lessons 1 & 2

China's One Child Policy- OUTSTANDING DRAMA Lessons 1 & 2

I absolutely love teaching the OCP through this drama activity I created last year when I had a small but very unmotivated group who had been subjected to far too much on China and were quite bored. The lessons involve you first setting the context of the OCP and discussing the use of propaganda and explaining the political context. Then the students complete the mystery activity which I found on here and the students discussing and making notes on the possible impacts of the OCP. Then the students are put into groups of 4 MAX and you designate the roles depending on their ability- i.e- director roles usually given to the most creative but possibly quiet students. Actors- outgoing LA students. Narrators- HA- outgoing students. Don't let them decide who is who unless you really trust them! Each group is given one scene of the play to create using the script help sheets and other videos and previous work. It is very important you explain the play will run in order as it follow the characters lives from childhood and also they musn't confer with their friends in other groups. It usually takes 2 lessons but can run into three if you think they require it, the success criteria tables should be stuck into their books before they begin working on their scenes so they are focused on how to produce a 'glorious' scene. If possible- let them cue up music/sound effects to be heard during the final play. This lesson has been observed and graded outstanding a few times due to it's inclusive activities and strong geographical focus. The students may not be up for it at first but if you get the groups/roles right it will be a lesson where you can sit back and listen to the students working really hard. The post its at the end are important for you to gauge how many of the students really understood the OCP and can be drawn out into a debate style plenary very easily or used to peer assess for SPaG/quality of argument. If your school has ipads- get students to video and put the play together electronically. Enjoy!
sheppard2011
'What is China's One Child Policy?'- Full history/explanations

'What is China's One Child Policy?'- Full history/explanations

This ppt and activities usually spread over two lessons so that the students have a better chance of understanding the complicated reasons the OCP was introduced and then can lead into the consequences of it. The storyboard activity worked really well as I said they would be copied and gives to the yr 11s to help them revise. You will need to provide a differentiated storyboard for lower ability/SEN students ( I can't find mine currently!) The only trouble with it is some students wanting to take a lot of time completing it. Usually I allow them to plan and start the first couple of boxes and then it must be completed in the first half of the second lesson, or they can complete for homework. I found the mystery online- it is very useful and it creates a lot of discussion. The post it note activity worked really well as a plenary to the second lesson as by this time the students had built their knowledge significantly and it can be drawn out and turned into a debate activity. I photocopy and use previous post its as examples for everyone to guide them and as an extension activity for HA students-to peer assess previous answers for SPaG and argument- depending on the student. The final slides I sometimes have up around the room printed on A3 for students who prefer to be a bit more active and those who need some extra facts for their storyboard/post its. I hope you enjoy :)
sheppard2011
The Earth's Environment - Australia and Japan

The Earth's Environment - Australia and Japan

The Earth's Environment - Australia and Japan - Stage 2 - Year 4 Description of Unit of Work. Students explore the climate, natural vegetation and native animals of places in Australia and Asia. They examine the importance of natural vegetation and natural resources to the environment, animals and people and learn about the ways people value environments. Outcomes: Students *examine features and characteristics of places and environments GE2-1 *describe the ways people, places and environments interact GE2-2 Differentiation: The learning will be differentiated throughout by the use of cooperative groups, the variety of tasks and their geographical skill development.
kharris83