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Natural Disasters

Natural Disasters

2 Natural Disasters presentations and a presentation about the impact humans are having on our oceans. Suitable for 7 - 11 years.
mark harland
Introduction To Development

Introduction To Development

First lesson for GCSE Edexcel Geography A Specification. Higher or Lower class activity on economic, social and political development before introducing main activity involving Atlases and a plenary exam question.
Haslem1988
Ethiopia's changing economic development

Ethiopia's changing economic development

This is a 19 page booklet of activities based on the case study of an LIDC element of the OCR People of the Planet unit. It focuses on Ethiopia and is based on the Hodder OCR A textbook. It covers all aspects of the case study, requiring students to complete mind maps, tables, questions, exam questions and diagrams. This booklet has taken 4-5 hours of lesson time to complete.
stevenpetrie
Causes of Urbanisation - KS3

Causes of Urbanisation - KS3

This was a lesson I did for Year 9 as part of their Urbanisation and Development unit. The starter is aimed to get them thinking about the disparities that may occur within the same city, but don't give the game away too early! This is a really interactive lesson with a link for the world population counter included and use of World Mapper resources.
lfinn217
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
AQA GCSE Economic World - Causes of the Development Gap

AQA GCSE Economic World - Causes of the Development Gap

Whole lesson resource. Using Kenya as the consistent example, all aspects of the spec are covered to show why it has been difficult for Kenya to develop. Ext task can see students researching another chosen country for their own issues to look for similarities and differences with Kenya
tomjones58
AQA GCSE New Spec - Economic World - Dividing the World and Indicators

AQA GCSE New Spec - Economic World - Dividing the World and Indicators

PPT which includes activities to consider the different ways of dividing up the world (First world, HIC, LDC etc) Also, looks at categories of indicators, and how effective they are. What problems does the use of indicators have? HDI, Quality of life, happiness? 2 lessons worth of material in here which links directly to the spec
tomjones58
Edexcel B GCSE Geography

Edexcel B GCSE Geography

Please find a revision booklet I have designed in order to help support students through the EdExcel B GCSE Geography Spec. The two topic areas covered are Development Dynamics (India) and Challenges of an Urbanising World (Mumbai).
mrsutheran_geog