Edexcel GCSE Geography B Year 10 Mock Exam

Edexcel GCSE Geography B Year 10 Mock Exam

ExamBase is a new service which provides teachers with assessment materials for new 9-1 exams. The first subject we have launched is Geography and we are very excited to offer a FREE marking service which will mark 50 exams and return them within 2 weeks. Our examiners are previous Edexcel examiners who are marking this year’s set of 2018 GCSE Geography B. The exams ExamBase creates are very challenging to prepare students for GCSE exams without shock. We will release a 2nd exam set in October and a 3rd exam set in January for even more preparation before giving a complete set of 3 papers in March 2019.
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Rivers and the Water Cycle 'WOW'/'Launch'/Topic Introduction day Y3/4 - ENTIRE DAY'S RESOURCING!

Rivers and the Water Cycle 'WOW'/'Launch'/Topic Introduction day Y3/4 - ENTIRE DAY'S RESOURCING!

This is a topic introduction day (‘wow’ day/‘launch’ day) for a Y3 or 4 class about to start a topic on rivers and the water cycle. The morning involves lots of new learning - including an introduction to the key content of the topic. There are two practical experiments (obviously you will need to source the items for these beforehand) - one a simple evaporation/condensation demonstration and the other is the well-known ‘shaving foam cloud’ experiment! The afternoon is more art/music based, featuring a look at the inspiration French impressionists took from rivers/water and the inspiration many classical composers took from this topic. Finally, if you have a copy of Wind in the Willows to hand, this is an ideal topic-themed way to round the day off. Alternatively, look up the 1983 animated version on YouTube!
tejlander
Geography KS3 Africa - Whole module (8 lessons) including homework and assessment

Geography KS3 Africa - Whole module (8 lessons) including homework and assessment

Geography KS3 Africa - Whole module (8 lessons) including homework and assessment Differentiated for low, middle and high ability pupils Suitable for KS3 and early KS4 as revision material Lesson 1 - Intro to Africa Lesson 2 - Climate Lesson 3 - What is it like to live in Africa pt.1? Lesson 4 - What is it like to live in Africa pt.2? Lesson 5 - Why is Africa so poor? Lesson 6 - What does a slum look like? Lesson 7 - Solutions to poverty Lesson 8 - Assessment
beneccersley93
AQA 9-1 A3 Revision Sheets Bundle: Natural Hazards.

AQA 9-1 A3 Revision Sheets Bundle: Natural Hazards.

These A3 sheets cover Section A, Natural Hazards of the AQA Geography 9-1 GCSE Course. They allow students to summarise the key information in a structured format. No further preparation required - just print off and hand out!
tosh740
OCR GCSE Geography A - 9-1 - Ecosystems of the Planet Revision

OCR GCSE Geography A - 9-1 - Ecosystems of the Planet Revision

This is a 53 slide revision PowerPoint on ecosystems of the planet from the OCR A GCSE Geography course. This PowerPoint can be used in conjunction with the textbook and revision guide from Hodder, or it can be used as a standalone resource. The main case studies covered in this PowerPoint are the Peruvian Amazon and the Andros Barrier Reef. This PowerPoint will save you hours of work!
Arlia89
IGCSE Geography Weather Unit Assessment (45 mins)

IGCSE Geography Weather Unit Assessment (45 mins)

An assessment covering all sub-topics in the Weather unit of the Cambridge IGCSE syllabus. Includes isobar-reading, climate graph reading, and max-min thermometer reading questions as well as extended answers on Stevenson screens and other areas of the unit.
morgancc
Geography A-Level Bundle

Geography A-Level Bundle

Includes ecosystems coasts Development and globalisation Plate tectonics and associated hazards Rivers Migration (Niger case study)
bstonehouse
Niger: push and pull factors of migration

Niger: push and pull factors of migration

includes: Physical factors pushing people out of Niger Human factors pushing people out of Niger costs and benefits of migration for host country - economic +/- - social +/- - political +/- has several case studies from recent news article
bstonehouse
FairTrade 9 Hours Worth of Content. Murder Mystery and Persuasive Speech

FairTrade 9 Hours Worth of Content. Murder Mystery and Persuasive Speech

Split into 5 lessons this series of Fairtrade content offers 9 hours of quality teaching. Lessons 1-3 look at the climate required to growing cocoa beans, involves work with climate graphs, maps and weather. Lesson 4 is a real life murder investigation of a French Journalist in Ivory Coast and Ghana as a resulting of reporting about Child Slaves from Burkina Faso used to harvest cocoa beans. Pupils then try to solve unresolved mystery of who was responsible for this death. Lesson 5- Introduces Fair Trade as a solution. Pupils investigate Kuapa KoKoo organisation and use this information to write a persuasive speech to buy Fair Trade Products. Youtube videos required are Spilling the Beans, Kuapa Kokoo and Panorama’s Dark Side of Chocolate. No SOW instructions but all content and tasks are explained on the power points. Easy to use and adapt to suit your own lessons.
joshcarmody
Unit 1 AQA GCSE Geography Complete Revision Slides - Living World (Specialising in Hot Deserts)

Unit 1 AQA GCSE Geography Complete Revision Slides - Living World (Specialising in Hot Deserts)

This is a complete set of revision slides for Unit 1 Living World specialising in hot desert environments. Each slide clearly links with the AQA Geography GCSE specification (Grades 1 to 9 course). It includes a summarised set of revision notes, key terminology is defined, linked video and case studies on the Amazon Rainforest and the Thar Desert, with many more named place examples. Perfect for lesson delivery, exam briefings and independent revision at home. My favourite is to use this resource alongside a blank revision clock, followed by AQA Specimen exam questions on Unit 1 Living World. This resource also comes with a blank revision clock. You will not be disappointed! This resource will save you hours! Fully editable resource. Please look at the other topics available in the series. Thank You for looking. Please review this resource if you decide to purchase.
jstaffor
Climate change KS5 Geography - real human stories to teach Global Governance, Water & Carbon cycles

Climate change KS5 Geography - real human stories to teach Global Governance, Water & Carbon cycles

This two-unit resource accompanies 10 film clips from the film Thank You For the Rain - available free on Doc Academy Thank You For The Rain touches upon core Geographical themes including the role of carbon and water cycles in shaping our environment and how humans both drive and mitigate against environmental change. Using film to examine these processes from the point of view of a Kenyan farmer turned climate activist, helps to bring them to life for students. This two-lesson unit covers physical and human processes within the curriculum, demonstrating how they are in fact interlinked. They could be used as a segue between the core themes of Water and Carbon Cycles and Global Governance. Lesson 1 focuses on the links between the carbon and water cycles and the role of feedback mechanisms in Kitui county, Kenya. Students will require some prior knowledge of the how these cycles work before embarking on this lesson. Lesson 2 follows on from Lesson 1 by assessing the role global agreements in mitigating against the effects of rising C02 levels and climate change and what this may mean for farmers such as Kisilu.
DOCAcademy
Bring climate change to life - Geography KS3 lesson plans and film clips

Bring climate change to life - Geography KS3 lesson plans and film clips

Full scheme of work to accompany free film clips from the award-winning climate change documentary Thank You For the Rain. Download clips for use in class free from Doc Academy This unit focuses on Kisilu Musya’s story as a way to explore the issue of climate change and the geographical processes that underpin it. Lesson 1 examines Kisilu’s life in rural Kenya and how changing climatic conditions are affecting his ability to farm and support his family. Lesson 2 highlights some of the challenges that Kisilu faces when trying to convince members of his community to join his fight against climate change. It touches upon developmental issues whilst encouraging students to develop their oracy skills. In Lesson 3 Kisilu delivers a speech at COP21 in Paris. Students are encouraged to consider the viewpoints of different countries and how a global agreement was reached. The extent to which the Paris Agreement can protect farmers like Kisilu from the effects of climate change is also discussed. The final lesson asks students to demonstrate what they’ve learnt about climate change by encouraging them to share their own message about climate change with others.
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GCSE 9-1 AQA: Living World Hot Deserts Knowledge Organiser and Revision Summary , Sahara Desert

GCSE 9-1 AQA: Living World Hot Deserts Knowledge Organiser and Revision Summary , Sahara Desert

complete knowledge organiser and revision summary that covers the hot deserts option of the AQA 9-1 GCSE. Contains in a concise and easy to follow format all the information required, including the subject specific vocabulary. The resource is easily editable to suit your needs but an easy to distribute PDF version is also included. Case study material makes use of the case study from the popular green revision guide presented in a concise tabular format. Ideal for revision. Leave a review and pick any other resource for free.
tosh740
Geography Bundle

Geography Bundle

3 Geography lessons: Climate change, Grid References and Air Pressure. Engaging lessons for students
Edustem1
Food Scheme of Work- Key Stage 3

Food Scheme of Work- Key Stage 3

Includes 7 lessons and a differentiated assessment on the topic of food. Lesson look at famine in the Horn of Africa and discuss how drought can lead to famine. The post assessment lesson/s are creating a leaflet on food miles, which makes nice display work and allows for peer assessment
sarahwoodhead
Distribution of Food, Water and Hunger

Distribution of Food, Water and Hunger

Lesson 2 for KS3 unit of work on food. Students will discuss the distribution using maps and will learn the key terms ‘famine’ and ‘drought’. There is a video which introduces the problem of famine and drought in the Horn of Africa and pupils have a silent reflection task to complete based on this. The majority of tasks are differentiated and pupils choose which to complete based on ability.
sarahwoodhead
Glaciation

Glaciation

KS3 Topic - Glaciation Lesson 1 - What are glaciers and where are they located? Lesson 2 - How are glaciers formed and how can they shape the landscape? Lesson 3 - Processes of Glaciation Lesson 4 - Glacial landforms shaped by erosion. Lesson 5 - Glacial landforms shaped by deposition Lesson 6 - What is it like to live in a glacial environment? Lesson 7 - Climate Change vs Glacial Environments Fully resourced lessons with a wide range of activities. Homework sheets and differentiated lower ability worksheets included. Revision A3 sheet a d topic test also included.
c_coates300
Glaciation - Lesson 7 - Climate Change vs Glacial Environments

Glaciation - Lesson 7 - Climate Change vs Glacial Environments

Lesson Objective: To investigate the impact of climate change on named glacial environments. Tasks include - memory game, key facts on climate change. Information pack - Including information of six glacial environments. Can be conducted as a carousel activity, group work or individual task - A3 worksheet to help collate information.
c_coates300
Deserts - Getting Started at GCSE

Deserts - Getting Started at GCSE

This set of resources is designed to be a starting point for a series of lessons on Hot Deserts, as required by the AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography syllabus. These resources are all sets of notes from which you can develop your own lessons. There is detailed information here on all aspects of the topic, along with relevant images and suggestions for activities. Each set of notes would stand alone as a cover lesson as you could simply get the students to read the information and answer the questions. Alternatively, use the resources to develop your own materials according to the needs of your pupils.
gesbcs
Weather & Climate

Weather & Climate

Contains a PowerPoint which looks at the difference between weather and climate and then looks at each of the 5 types of climate. Includes basic information on each climate type as well as examples of countries with this climate and a map. Also includes 2 activities for children to complete. Activity 1: Children colour in a map following the key on the 5 different climates around the world. Then they cut out the 5 images at the bottom and stick them in the appropriate box for each climate. Activity 2: Children must read the items inside each suitcase and decide which countries climate they match. They then cut these out, stick them beside one another and write a sentence or 2 about them.
HollywoodR95
Investigating Cape Town's Water Crisis

Investigating Cape Town's Water Crisis

This is a five page worksheet that allows students to investigate the water crisis in Cape Town as it approaches “Day Zero”. The worksheet provides good websites that provide information on the topic as well as asking students to find their own websites. Could be useful at all levels of high school.
swintrek
Hazardous Earth - What Is The ITCZ?

Hazardous Earth - What Is The ITCZ?

Lesson 2 in this series to accompany the new Edexcel B specification. Fully resourced with teacher notes and learning activities. This lesson compliments the Oxford University Press textbook.
kevcrom