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A LEVEL GEOGRAPHY AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT CASE STUDY

A LEVEL GEOGRAPHY AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT CASE STUDY

Easy to follow PowerPoint slides (in print friendly format) PERFECT for GCSE, A-level and first year university students. Includes reasons for conflict, background data on Afghanistan and the social, economic and environmental impacts of the "War on Terror" in Afghanistan, post 2001. Wide use of facts and statistics to provide evidence in exam scenarios. Great for answering exam questions as the resource is full of useful information, in an easy-to-follow format. The resource helped me achieve A* at a-level - so is perfect for geography students.
shoaib1999
GEOGRAPHY A LEVEL RESPONSES TO POVERTY (WITH CASE STUDY DETAIL)

GEOGRAPHY A LEVEL RESPONSES TO POVERTY (WITH CASE STUDY DETAIL)

Easy to follow PowerPoint slides (in print friendly format) PERFECT for GCSE, A-level and first year university students. Comprehensive guide to the Millennium development goals. Contains information on the specific targets of each goal and an evaluation of the extent to which they have been achieved. Also includes a case study of the NGO "PATH" which tackles the goals of improving maternal health and reducing child mortality. Lots of statistics and factual data included. Great for answering exam questions as the resource is full of useful information, in an easy-to-follow format. The resource helped me achieve A* at a-level - so is perfect for geography students.
shoaib1999
Population of the UK - Using GIS to explore Distribution and Density in the UK

Population of the UK - Using GIS to explore Distribution and Density in the UK

This is taught in one of the very first Year 7 Geography lessons at the Grammar School that I teach in. I set the England and Wales GIS task as homework (a master for which I have attached). I then introduce Population terminology before exploring Scotland and Northern Ireland's population density in class (undertaking GIS by hand). There is also a Diamond 9 task looking at reasons for sparsely and densely populated areas
ThatcheriteTeacher
Immigration DME Exercise

Immigration DME Exercise

This is an activity I use with my Year 7's at the Grammar School that I teach in. They are given the booklet and have to decide which two candidates are chosen to enter Brexit Britain. This is the second lesson in a scheme of work on migration. There is no right answer - the thought process and weighing up DME process is fascinating and allows students to deeply consider issues relating to immigration.
ThatcheriteTeacher
AQA GCSE - Economic World - Wealth Health and Migration

AQA GCSE - Economic World - Wealth Health and Migration

Why the development gap remains and the impacts it has on wealth, health and migration. Probably 2 lessons worth here if you look at different types of migration. Ext: Look at new items of recent case studies Bonus: Will throw in 'The Migrant' role play activity an excellent homework task, web based looking at forced migration
tomjones58
A LEVEL GEOGRAPHY SEPARATISM CAUSES AND CASE STUDY

A LEVEL GEOGRAPHY SEPARATISM CAUSES AND CASE STUDY

Easy to follow PowerPoint Presentation (in a print friendly format), perfect for GCSE, A-Level and first year university students. GREAT as a revision resource - detailed enough to achieve A*. Detailed information on the definition of separatism, the origins of separatist pressures and a detailed case study on the Kurdish Separatism - clear and concise notes, with statistics and facts embedded within the case study. Great for geography students!!!
shoaib1999
Global governance

Global governance

Three A-level lessons on global governance. One lesson introduced students to the concept of global governance. A second lesson focuses on global commons and the idea of the tragedy of the commons. The final lesson examines whether or not global governance works. All three (3) lessons have case study examples, video clips, web links and all the resources to deliver them.
suddy23
AQA GCSE 9-1 Urbanisation, Megacities and Rio Case Study Knowledge Organiser and Revision Summaries.

AQA GCSE 9-1 Urbanisation, Megacities and Rio Case Study Knowledge Organiser and Revision Summaries.

A set of knowledge organisers and revision summaries that cover the first half of Section A: Urban Issues and Challenges of the AQA GCSE Syllabus. A case study of Rio linked to the specification requirements is also included . Two versions are included with a simpler version pitched at what is needed for a level 4. The higher level includes concise but specific information to allow students to access the highest marks. Mumbai version also available - simply go to my shop and use the search function. Included: 1. Urbanisation and Rio Knowledge Organiser: 5-9. 2. Urbanisation and Rio Knowledge Organiser: 3-5.
tosh740
Year 10 Urban Futures SOW 2017 Updated 12) The 8 sides of Birmingham WITH ANSWERS

Year 10 Urban Futures SOW 2017 Updated 12) The 8 sides of Birmingham WITH ANSWERS

The lesson is geared towards covering content in a small amount of time. The students get into groups of 3 or 4 and working on one element of Birmingham. The list is as follows: - Birmingham's Growth; - Diversity; - Sustainable initiatives; - The Bullring; - The Library of Birmingham; - Urban inequality; - Housing provision; - City centre regeneration. The starter task in the ICT cluster is to piece together a puzzle that I have chopped into pieces and placed on a slide. It is the first person to piece together the puzzle and state what it shows. For your nominated topic the students complete: - Read page 156-163 in textbook- one person from your pair log on and access Kerboodle; - Research on the internet the topic; - See additional template; - Select important key information; - Create a presentation (and handout if you wish) to show full understanding of the topic. If the students have time they tackle these two exam questions which have ANSWERS: - Research the Birmingham's growth (page 156-157). For a named city in an AC [Birmingham], explain how migration is changing the character of the city [3 marks] - a. For a name city in an AC, evaluate efforts to improve the way of life for people in the city (look at 5.10 Explore Birmingham p158-159) [6]. The development can either be the exam questions or reviewing their work and creating cue cards. The plenary is a game geographical hangman either class-based or in pairs.
GJDavis27