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Geography KS2 Cocoa bean matching activity

Geography KS2 Cocoa bean matching activity

Great starter activity all about cocoa beans. Cut up the boxes and get the children to match the sentence. Differentiated so LA can match a blue box with a yellow box or HA need to match the sentences that are in one colour.
julfa786
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
GCSE AQA 9-1 : 2C The Challenge of Resource Management - Flipped Learning Revision Guide Companion.

GCSE AQA 9-1 : 2C The Challenge of Resource Management - Flipped Learning Revision Guide Companion.

Worried about getting through the mass of content for the new AQA GCSE? This 10 page booklet covers the first section of the resource management unit. Issued as flipped learning the students use the green revision guide to cover the content before the lessons are taught. This frees up time to cover concepts and ideas secure in the knowledge that the basic content has been covered. The subject specific vocabulary required is also included. Questions have been added to test understanding but the basic approach is a straightforward template for the students to produce notes on the key content. Also useful for revision. PDF version included for easy distribution and full colour, fully editable power-point version (formatted for A4 photocopying).
tosh740
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
THE MURRAY DARLING BASIN PART 3 - WATER PLANNING FOR THE PRESENT AND THE FUTURE

THE MURRAY DARLING BASIN PART 3 - WATER PLANNING FOR THE PRESENT AND THE FUTURE

This final unit on the Murray-Darling Basin deals with the issue of water allocations throughout the Basin. The role of the Murray Darling Basin Authority is to produce ,among other areas of focus, a plan for the distribution of water across the large Basin and across 4 states and the Australian Capital Territory. You will encounter controversies and differing levels of acceptance to issues of water sharing and the provision of environmental flows. This unit will support studies on inland water systems and basins; river studies; agricultural studies of irrigation/ crop raising/salinity issues; environmental studies; and locational studies dealing with Australia. This unit indicates the cross-state issues of top-end users and lower-end users of water, The 4 scenarios are included to show why there are differing viewpoints on levels of water extraction and environmental needs. Take your students into the Basin. Wade in the wetlands with Wade. Recognise why people along the Balonne River in Queensland are not happy about water quotas. Take the first boat cruise through the Goolwa barrage after the low water levels of the Murray River in 2008 and understand why fresh water flows are significant needs for the mouth of the river and the Coorong. Sympathise with the orange grower of Loxton as he cuts down perfectly good orange trees on part of his orchard area. There are several useful attachments in colour and black and white to assist and a summary test sheet. To cover all the issues you will need several lessons. This is a sizable and important area of Australia. It can link with earlier units on River studies and the series on the Coorong. Screen the pages for class discussion. Distribute the attachment pages for individual in class or homework use. Use the last page test to check the effectiveness of learning.
KPolkinghorne
THE MURRAY DARLING BASIN OF AUSTRALIA - PART 2 -WATER RESOURCES AND LAND USES

THE MURRAY DARLING BASIN OF AUSTRALIA - PART 2 -WATER RESOURCES AND LAND USES

This is the second unit in the series on the Murray-Darling Basin. It begins with maps indicating the size and variations of climate and landscapes. This is a major agricultural region of Australia though which a network of rivers flow into the major drainage systems of the Darling River (Northern Basin) and the Murray River (Southern Basin). This unit fits into studies of Inland water Basins; River studies; Agricultural studies; History of pre-colonial presence of Aboriginal people; colonial; history; water management systems; river flow modification and diversion ---in fact the more you encounter information the broader the study possibilities become. The pages are designed for classroom projection and discussion. The attachments are provided to give you the opportunity of providing copies (black and white/colour choice) for individual student use. This unit also touches on material covered in Coorong Studies of South Australia and River Realities of South Australia. Take your students into the Murray-Darling Basin by way of maps, data and photographs. There is a range of environments to encounter. The role of water - its availability, variability and quality is the resource foundation that will be the focus of Part 3 in this series.
KPolkinghorne
Whats it like To Live In The Mountains?

Whats it like To Live In The Mountains?

Sherpa are an ethnic group from the most mountainous region of Nepal, high in the Himalayas. They are often employed by foreigners to help them to navigate the mountains, most famously Mount Everest. Using the information sheets the students fill out the answers on the Sherpas way of life and how foreign visitors may have impacted this both positivly and negatively.
WillsonEducation