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The Three Gorges Dam Pie Chart Activity

The Three Gorges Dam Pie Chart Activity

This combined powerpoint and activity introduces the Three Gorges Dam in China and looks at four main areas; Facts About the Dam, Location, the Positives and Negatives of Building the Dam. This can be set as a group activity and requires students to pick out the key points in their allocated section before reporting back to their group and sharing their ideas. A PowerPoint, Pages and PDF version is available for download.
kstrick92
London Underground Stops and Signs

London Underground Stops and Signs

This resource will end up as a collection of photos of London Underground stops and signs. Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277
sarah277
The UK's Evolving Human Landscape - Rural areas in the UK

The UK's Evolving Human Landscape - Rural areas in the UK

4 part lesson series for the Edexcel GCSE module The UK's Evolving Human Landscape . This is part of the module to be taught alongside an UK Population & Economy and UK Urban Case Study. Specifically designed for the new Edexcel Geography GCSE but also suitable for AQA and OCR. All lesson are for 50 minutes to 1 hour of teaching time. Includes supporting worksheets for lessons - no additional resources are required. All lessons have a starter and lesson aim. Extension tasks and homework also included. All PowerPoints in the same signature style. For more resources visit thisisgeography.co.uk Lesson sequence: 1 - Beyond the city 2 - Devon mystery 3 - Challenges facing rural areas 4 - New opportunities for rural areas Full The UK's Evolving Physical Landscape module available
thisisgeography
Introduction to Mumbai - Challenges of an Urbanising World Edexcel B

Introduction to Mumbai - Challenges of an Urbanising World Edexcel B

This is an introduction to the case study of Mumbai as a megacity. Covers location and its national and international connections. LO: All will be able to describe Mumbai’s location Most will explain its national and international connections Some will consider why these factors are significant Includes a structured 8 mark exam question with model answer and self assessment opportunities. Is designed for the Edexcel B specification but could be adapted for other GCSE exam boards.
alicenutman
WALKING THROUGH THE WALLED TOWN OF GALLE SRI LANKA - HISTORY - GEOGRAPHY -TRADE

WALKING THROUGH THE WALLED TOWN OF GALLE SRI LANKA - HISTORY - GEOGRAPHY -TRADE

This unit has a focus on the fortified trading port of Galle -Ceylon (present day Sri Lanka) It can stand alone as an interesting study of a walled town that has World Heritage status. It can provide a framework for three periods of European influence (Portuguese, Dutch, British) in the operation of trade from the Asian area and the markets of Europe. Beyond this framework this unit could be used to link with other areas of study - such as "The British in India"; "The Dutch in the East Indies" (present day Indonesia); "The plantations systems in Ceylon" : "The ancient kingdoms of Ceylon" ; "The endangered Asian elephants of Sri Lanka". Take your students through the defensive walls of Fort Galle. Discover via photographs the imprints of history and understand why this is a unique place. The attachments are provided to encourage debate and check learning. In Galle, history is about what has been but also about what remains evident.
KPolkinghorne
Butler's Model - The Cycle Of Tourism

Butler's Model - The Cycle Of Tourism

Holiday destinations can go through a cycle of popularity and Blackpool in the United Kingdom is the perfect example of how tourists can come, and go. Butler developed a model which shows the stages of a resorts humble beginnings through to its inevitable demise. These worksheets help the students to understand the different stages of the model through a graphical representation, decription and photographs
WillsonEducation
Migration Graphic Organisers

Migration Graphic Organisers

Set of 9 Graphic Organizers on Migration. Covers: - Terminology - Voluntary vs Forced Migration - Migration Theories - Migration Laws - Migration Models - Internal Migration - International Migration This product is part of my Human Geography Bundle. You might also be interested in: Populations Graphic Organizers Settlements Graphic Organizers
liezelpienaar
People and Environment Issues - Consuming Resources - Independent Task Booklet

People and Environment Issues - Consuming Resources - Independent Task Booklet

A comprehensive student booklet to accompanying the Consuming Energy Resources topic of the new Edexcel B specification. Includes a whole range of independent, structured tasks and activities that can be completed either at home or in the classroom. Also includes a Personal Learning Checklist for the topic. This booklet accompanies the CGP revision guide and students will need a copy or photocopies of the relevant pages to complete the tasks.
kevcrom