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GCSE 9-1; Ecosystems and rainforests

GCSE 9-1; Ecosystems and rainforests

This bundle contains a series of lessons designed for the GCSE 9-1 courses introducing types of ecosystem at different scales, biomes and their climate flora and fauna, rainforest location, structure, climate, water and nutrient cycles. lessons have examination question and mark schemes, peer/self assessment and differentiation incorporated into them. They also include a range of skills including comprehension, graph and map analysis and diagram design.

By ReallyGoodGeography

GCSE 9-1; Ecosystems - Tropical rainforest location, structure and climate

GCSE 9-1; Ecosystems - Tropical rainforest location, structure and climate

This lesson is part of a series of lessons available as a bundle. The lesson starts with an examination question about the climate, flora and fauna of different biomes. Answers are provided. Next students are required to annotate and describe a map. this provides an opportunity to see how much the students can recall about rainforest location. Next students are given information about the different layers, which they can annotate onto a diagram of the rainforest. After that there is a mini-plenary testing recall so far. After that there is a climate graph drawing and interpretation activity, with a partially completed climate graph provided. The final part of the lesson involves writing a description of the climate graph. All resources are included at the end of the PowerPoint.

By ReallyGoodGeography

Lesson 4: Where do people live in Africa? - KS3 Geography Africa Unit 2017

Lesson 4: Where do people live in Africa? - KS3 Geography Africa Unit 2017

Begin with: - A review of colonisation of Africa H/W and collect in worksheet. Then: 1. Pre-starter task: pupils think about the factors that determines where people choose to live (environmental, economic, social and political reasons) 2. Pupils write down and match up the keywords and definitions. 3. Discuss what a choropleth map is and how the population density is calculated. 4. Pupils create their own choropleth map using population data on Africa. 5. Once complete, pupils interpret their map, describing the population density in Africa and suggesting possible reasons for this distribution. 6. Pupils attempt extension questions related to their pathway. 7. Plenary – odd one out (sparsely/densely) H/W: Pupils to compete the map / extension questions if it isn’t completed in class. Differentiated resources attached. Please review :)

By Geo_Marz

GCSE 9-1; Ecosystems - intorduction to biomes

GCSE 9-1; Ecosystems - intorduction to biomes

This is the first in a series of lessons about biomes, available as a bundle. The lesson introduces students to the concept of ecosystems that occur at different scales. Students are asked to classify ecosystems of different scales. They are then introduced to abiotic and biotic factors. Biomes are located globally and students are introduced to the different types of biome. Students are then required to used graphical skills to draw and interpret graphs, showing temperature ranges and total rainfall for a range of biomes. The lesson is linked to an examination question and mark scheme and to finish there is a quiz with answers to test what the students have learned. Resources are included at the end of the PowerPoint.

By ReallyGoodGeography

2017 NEW OCR B Enquiring Minds Year 9 CLIMATE CHANGE 1-11 Bundle

2017 NEW OCR B Enquiring Minds Year 9 CLIMATE CHANGE 1-11 Bundle

A rejuvenated Climate Change SOW from last year. The lessons all HAVE ANSWERS. They also include innovative starters and plenary activities. It provides group and individual activities, including ways to answer exam questions. This is some of my best designs in teaching for TES. It includes Exam questions Walk and Talk ANSWERS. See the new lesson below on the Peer Assessed Presentations. SAVE 40%! This bundle includes the baseline test for Year 9.

By GJDavis27

2017 NEW OCR B Enquiring Minds Year 9 CLIMATE CHANGE 1-10 Bundle

2017 NEW OCR B Enquiring Minds Year 9 CLIMATE CHANGE 1-10 Bundle

A rejuvenated Climate Change SOW from last year. The lessons all HAVE ANSWERS. They also include innovative starters and plenary activities. It provides group and individual activities, including ways to answer exam questions. This is some of my best designs in teaching for TES. It includes Exam questions Walk and Talk ANSWERS. See the new lesson below on the the 7 Impacts of Climate Change. SAVE 40%!

By GJDavis27

NEW OCR B Enquiring Minds Syllabus Year 9 The 7 Impacts of Climate Change  BUNDLE

NEW OCR B Enquiring Minds Syllabus Year 9 The 7 Impacts of Climate Change BUNDLE

This bundle is a combination of the NEW Climate Change SOW for Year 9 for OCR B syllabus. The lesson has innovative starter, plenary and homework activities. It also includes exam questions with success criteria and answers. The students are to create group PowerPoint presentations on one of the 7 impacts of Climate Change and present to the class. This bundle contains potentially 4 lessons work combined with the Topic Test I have attached. Save 40%. See a slide from the lesson below.

By GJDavis27

NEW OCR B Enquiring Minds Syllabus Year 9 11) The 7 Impacts of Climate Change PA WITH ANSWERS

NEW OCR B Enquiring Minds Syllabus Year 9 11) The 7 Impacts of Climate Change PA WITH ANSWERS

An improvement to the lesson designed to incorporate exam assessment. The aim of the lessons (usually 2) is to peer assess the presentations designed by the students. The starter activity is an assessment on the homework relating to the WWF page on carbon dioxide emissions. Alternatively, or use this as a second starter in lesson 2, you can use Geography Hangman. The peer assessment sheet is attached. I have provided a modelled example on the IWB slide whereby students take facts to build up knowledge on each of the 7 impacts of climate change and then RAG the students presenting. I have provided extension questions for the students seen below: Research the rise in sea level (page 60-61). Describe a social and environmental impact that results from rising sea level. [4 marks] Explain two ways in which people are affected by climate change (see you research and the one for sea level or other example) [4]. These have a mark scheme and ANSWERS for the student to self assess. Similarly, I have added a slide here with additional questions about Carbon Dioxide Emissions with ANSWERS to further develop students knowledge. The plenary is Taboo (sheet attached) and key word catch to test new literacy from this topic.

By GJDavis27

NEW OCR B Enquiring Minds Syllabus Year 9 10) The 7 Impacts of Climate Change WITH ANSWERS

NEW OCR B Enquiring Minds Syllabus Year 9 10) The 7 Impacts of Climate Change WITH ANSWERS

The lesson has been improved to further support the learners within my care in answering exam questions and include exam ANSWERS. The aim of this lesson is to split the students into groups for ICT work for the main. I usually give the students a couple of lessons and access to the OCR B textbook and the internet. The settler task as the students enter the room is to answer the following questions: Describe the distributions of CO² tonnes for 0-2 and over 20. [4] This can be seen opposite and includes SUCCESS CRITERIA that I go through with them. The next slide has the ANSWERS to peer assess. The starter task is linked to the homework, which can be done if you are starting the lesson in the ICT room. The students log on the the WWF page to test their families carbon footprint. I test this the following lesson in an assessment. The mini-plenary is a cartoon which assesses previous learning [PLEASE SEE LESSON 8] and includes the 3 mark question: Using the ideas from last lesson, discuss the cartoon and its meanings below. Who do you think is to blame for the enhanced greenhouse effect? [3]. ANSWERS are provided. The main task is students to create a PowerPoint, Prezi or alternative presentation on one of the 7 impacts of climate change. They use the OCR B textbook to read through and then use the internet to find additional facts. This is peer assessed in three lessons time. PLEASE SEE LESSON 11. The group work should take approximately a lesson and a half to design. I have provided extension questions or the students seen below: Research the rise in sea level (page 60-61). Describe a social and environmental impact that results from rising sea level. [4 marks] Explain two ways in which people are affected by climate change (see you research and the one for sea level or other example) [4]. These have a mark scheme and ANSWERS for the student to self assess. Similarly, I have added a slide here with additional questions about Carbon Dioxide Emissions with ANSWERS to further develop students knowledge. The plenary is Geographical Hangman to test new literacy from this topic.

By GJDavis27