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Research a geographical area/continent

Research a geographical area/continent

A very simple template/proforma for children to fill in as they research a geographical area. This can easily be trimmed to fit on an A4 page in a book. Two versions have been included: an editable word document version and a PDF version. Areas to be researched are: Place/s of interest Continent/s? Approximately how many people live there? What notable wildlife has their habitat there? What notable bodies of water are at the location or nearby? What natural resources (oil, wood, metals etc) are present? What other continents or countries are nearest?
GalvaniseEDU
What is geography

What is geography

Lesson explaining the three types of geography Human, physical, environmental Good to use as introductory to year 7s Differentiated tasks on the worksheets glossary of terms with pictures for EAL
victoria68mcgowan
six figure grid reference lesson

six figure grid reference lesson

Good for a year 7 map skills lesson on 6 figure grid references Starter hooks the pupils straight away for the rest of the lesson Differentiated work sheets I differentiate throughout the lesson asking pupils different questions with either 4/6 figure grid references Timers on powerpoint for activities
victoria68mcgowan
Coastal Zones

Coastal Zones

The fourth lesson in the Coastal Systems and Landscapes unit of the new AQA A Level Geography specification. This lesson introduces the different zones of the coast to students. The starter is a 10 question quiz on wave type and the plenary is an exam question. Students make notes on the accompanying A3 worksheet.
amac89
Geographical Skills: Quadrants, Area Reference and Grid Reference

Geographical Skills: Quadrants, Area Reference and Grid Reference

Full Geographical Skills Wokbookelt This is a free sample chapter of the above geographical skills booklet. This chapter focuses on Quadrants, Area Reference and Grid Reference. It provides a detailed explanation on how to read and interpret topographic maps. There are also activities and questions included in this chapter that refers to sources and maps. (Only 1 page of these has been included for this free sample). The full Geographical Skills Booklet includes 133 pages and 25 chapters covering an extensive range of skills and activities. Use this link above or go to my SHOP to find this resource. Leave a review and choose any resource for FREE!
humanitiesbox
Geographical Skills Workbooklet

Geographical Skills Workbooklet

Free Sample Chapter A complete and comprehensive 133-page workbooklet for an extensive range of geographical skills. Each skill has a detailed explanation and examples for students understanding and knowledge. There is also a large number of activities and questions for each skill which utilises the maps and sources included in the Appendix of the workbooklet. Detailed answers to these activities and questions are also included. There is 15 chapter as follows: 1. Latitude and longitude-degrees and minutes 2. Longitude and time zones 3. Climate Statistics and Graphs 4. Cold fronts and Warm fronts 5. Weather maps and satellite images 6. Quadrants, Area References & Grid Reference 7.Directions and Bearings 8. Legends, builts and biophysical features 9.Interpreting and determining scales 10.Distance and Time 11.Calculating areas 12. Calculating Densities 13. Contour and heights 14. Local Relief and differences in elevation 15.Gradients 16. Cross sections and Vertical Exaggeration 17. Transect 18. Pie Graphs 19. Proportional bar graphs 20.Calculating absolute and relative differences 21. Ternary graphs 22.Population Pyramids 23. Precis, Choropleth and Isoline Maps 24. Relationships on topographic maps 25. Hints This workbooklet is perfect for revision, independent learning or homework. Leave a review and choose any resource for FREE! Visit my SHOP for many more great resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/humanitiesbox
humanitiesbox
CARBON for AQA A-Level 'Water + Carbon cycles'

CARBON for AQA A-Level 'Water + Carbon cycles'

This bundle includes the second half of the specification for the AQA A-Level 'Water and Carbon Cycles' topic. Within it you will find it all focuses upon the carbon cycle and some lesson that explore the interactions between the carbon and water cycles. This bundle also contains the end of topic assessment, but not the local case study example (this was covered as part of the independent study with my students).
clmcdonnell
WATER AND CARBON CYCLES-End of topic assessment

WATER AND CARBON CYCLES-End of topic assessment

This assessment has been created to test the learning of the AQA Geography A-Level topic 'Water and Carbon'. The assessment is made up of my own questions, which are written in the style of the sample material shared by AQA. I have also constructed a mark scheme, where again I looked at the AQA example and then tailored it to the questions asked.
clmcdonnell
Malaria and development - Kenya

Malaria and development - Kenya

This is a lesson about Malaria and zooms in to look at a village in Kenya. The students map where it is and look at the physical geography related to malaria. The students compare their living standards to the ones seen in the video and question why Malaria is such an issue there.
isabel_wood88
Tourism As An Economic Activity

Tourism As An Economic Activity

These worksheets look at tourism as an economic activity. Students identify how jobs can be categorised into different sectors as well as being seasonal. A cloropleth map is used to identify different countries GDPs and to discuss the mattern which ermerges.
WillsonEducation