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Lagoon Photos

Lagoon Photos

21 Lagoon photos. The lagoon is on a secluded island in New Caledonia. You walk through a forest. Depending on the time of day it can be green. There are blue lagoon photos, green lagoon photos and the walk and tourist spots along the way.
missavicis
Beach Photos

Beach Photos

21 Beautiful scenic photos of the beach at New Caledonia. Mystery island. White flour like sand. Crystal clear waters. Tourists frolicking. A panoramic of the beautiful beach. An amazing island formulated on a rock. Isolated beach where no one is. Rich scenery that is rejuvenating. I advise you go. Take a weekend go by ferry. You will feel refreshed.
missavicis
GCSE Geography- Hydrographs

GCSE Geography- Hydrographs

GCSE Geography lesson focusing on hydrographs. Includes key definitions, a sheet with which to construct a hydrograph and various activities to consider the factors affecting hydrographs and showing the difference between urban and rural hydrographs. The lesson is framed with key questions and learning outcomes.
josephg89
The Very Best Geography Quiz (Christmas)

The Very Best Geography Quiz (Christmas)

Christmas quiz - designed to last 1 hour. Suitable for KS/3/4/5 Includes several rounds Music round, Blockbusters, Wipeout, The Link (You I have included some questions for the Blockbusters round, but you may wish to use your own based on revision topics) Answers also attached (Other than Blockbuster round)
tomjones58
Climate change - Maldives (SIDS) Eduqas and AQA Vulnerable coasts/ coastal hazards

Climate change - Maldives (SIDS) Eduqas and AQA Vulnerable coasts/ coastal hazards

This lesson considers how Climate change is impacting small island developing nations (SIDS) as a detailed case study. Students follow the lesson to understand the key terms and then apply their knowledge to a case study on a summary sheet with additional notes to assist them in their answer. The case study sheet is structured to encourage students to complete a variety of exam skill such as explain and justify as well as basic AO1/4 skills. There is also an examination question which can be used as a shared planning exercise or as a homework activity.
Jillylo12
2017-2018 Year 11 OCR B Revision 5) Christmas Mock Booster for OCR B Specimen Paper WITH ANSWERS (2)

2017-2018 Year 11 OCR B Revision 5) Christmas Mock Booster for OCR B Specimen Paper WITH ANSWERS (2)

The questions tackled in this booster [which supports Booster 1] are ones tackled in the physical part of GCSE OCR B Geography. The questions are: - Compare the reliability of two sources of evidence of climate change. [4] - Assess whether the social impacts of climate change experienced in the UK in the 21st century are greater than the environmental impacts. [8] - (d) CASE STUDY –Evaluate ta small scale example of sustainable management in either the Arctic or Antarctic. The success of one small scale example of sustainable management in either the Arctic or Antarctic. [6] - Figs 5, 6 and 7 in the separate Resource Booklet show information from a GCSE geography student’s fieldwork investigation. Using evidence from Figs 5, 6 and 7, write a conclusion to the question for investigation “Does the process of longshore drift occur at Sheringham?” Develop your answer. [8] - Describe the yearly temperature and rainfall patterns on the hot desert climate graph. [2] The lesson begins with a starter quiz on the 1 mark questions from the paper. This includes all questions in the paper WITH ANSWERS. The rest of the paper guides students with strategies, such as GCSE seen opposite, or BUG, So what? and PEEL. Each of the questions above have activities catered towards answering it or has MODEL ANSWERS. The plenary is a game of Kahoot.
GJDavis27