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Types of Weathering- KS3 Geography

Types of Weathering- KS3 Geography

A differentiated active learning lesson on types of Weathering. Targeted at KS3 Geographers but could at a stretch be used for lower end KS4. Includes a practical at the beginning which needs old 2pence pieces and vinegar. Learning Objectives: By the end of the lesson pupils will All- To find out about three types of Weathering and how humans impact the rate of weathering Most-To be able to explain how mechanical and Physical Weathering happens. Some- suggest ways that weathering rate may increase. To suggest the ways to stop humans increasing the rate of weathering. Differentiation Peer support Hint cards for weaker students Challenge questions option for those who chose to attempt them Extension work for those who get through the knowledge sections quickly. Open-ended synthesis and analysis task
natpalmer86
Q & A booklet of all topics for Component 1 - Geography flashcard revision questions

Q & A booklet of all topics for Component 1 - Geography flashcard revision questions

This booklet contains question and answer for all of the topics that are contained in component 1 for Eduqas and also suitable for AQA GCSE Geography. The following topics are covered: Distinctive landscapes River landscapes, landforms and flooding Coastal landscapes, landforms and processes Urban and rural links Urban challenges and sustainability Rural challenged and sustainability UK population including ageing populations Coastal vulnerability Coastal management (with case studies) SIDS and LECZ’s with case studies This booklet was used to distribute to parents in order to assist parents quiz their child to revise, parents that did not attend were sent the packs home (I have included the instructions on the front). These booklets are also used for students to test each other and make their own flash cards. There is a booklet for component 2 also - please see my shop.
Jillylo12
Ultimate Resource Bundle

Ultimate Resource Bundle

Contains all the documents for sale in my shop! From Key stage 3 to AL!!!! Chemistry! Mathematics! Physics! Religious Studies! Geography! Psychology!!!!
dukulajayasinghe1
AQA A Level Geography: Physical Exam - ALL THE CASE STUDIES! #AllInOne

AQA A Level Geography: Physical Exam - ALL THE CASE STUDIES! #AllInOne

Firstly, if you choose to download my resource(s), please take the time to leave a rating (as I know most of don’t really bother) - I do really value your feedback. ***** FOLLOW @AllRoundRes, to stay up-to-date with the latest resources and news! ***** #GetYourLearnOn #AskAllRes I created this resource for A Level AQA Geography (Physical), but it could be used for any exam board. It is a full set of all the case studies for the physical exam; Water and Carbon Cycles, Coastal Systems and Landscapes and Hazards. It contains key facts and information for each case study, with a map showing the location of the case study, by different coloured dots in relation to each case study . This allows students to effectively revise all key knowledge needed for case study based questions. I would suggest, print these off in colour, A4 or A5 for pocket sized revision cards. Then laminate for best use and practice. Students can also use these as a basis for revision. Create mind-maps, cue cards and topic links! Also, helping them form answers to extended questions, needing a higher level of response and writing. If you have any queries, questions or concerns, then please email or alternatively write a comment describing your needs, where I will be happy to help! ***** Be sure to follow me, to keep update with my most recent uploaded resources! *****
AllRoundResources
The River Tees: River Landscapes Case Study

The River Tees: River Landscapes Case Study

Here are three lessons taught as part of my river landscapes SOLAP focusing upon The River Tees. This closely mirrors the content and detail of GCSE- OCR A 9-1 Geography and others such as AQA. These lessons include: The location of The River Tees The characteristics of The River Tees Landforms along The Tees Human uses Impacts of human uses along the course of The Tees Some of the GCSE questions have mark schemes that I have produced. All resources necessary are attached
adamac1
River Landscapes SOLAP

River Landscapes SOLAP

Here is my seven lesson KS3 scheme of learning and progress for river landscapes. It closely mirrors the detail and content of OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography- in order to prepare pupils’ for the content of the new GCSE course. This SOLAP includes: The hydrological cycle Geomorphic processes that impact upon river landscapes River landforms Case Study: The River Tees focusing upon its location, uses and whether humans positively and negatively impact The Tees- with GCSE questions, support via structure strips and relevant worksheets. All necessary resources are attached.
adamac1
Drought - Cause and effect (Complete lesson)

Drought - Cause and effect (Complete lesson)

This lesson looks at the drought in Cape Town, South Africa in February 2018. It comes complete with PowerPoint, worksheets, teacher notes and pupil self-assessment. The pupils first look at some background information on the drought in Cape Town, South Africa. They then discuss what they think the effects of a drought might be. They then conduct online research into more facts, causes and effects. supported with a worksheet to record learning on. The pupils then record their learning in the form of an essay with clear, structured help given as to what they should include in each paragraph of their essay. There is a self-assessment task which the pupils complete at the end of the essay writing stage.
idj
MEKONG DELTA SERIES - PART 2  LAND USES AND SURVIVAL

MEKONG DELTA SERIES - PART 2 LAND USES AND SURVIVAL

The Mekong delta ranks second in the list of the area of world deltas. The scaled map on the title page provides an opportunity for students to recognise the area (almost 100,000 square kilometres. This unit has a focus on the major land uses which are the basis for the survival of just over 18 million people. The main activity is growing the staple crop of rice. This is carried out by thousands of farming families on small areas. Rice is marketed within the delta but Vietnam is a major exporter of rice. Rice is milled within the delta and moved out of the delta via road to Ho Chi Minh City or by ship from the delta distributaries to overseas markets. Linked with the two large delta urban areas (My Tho over 800,000 population and Can Tho 1.4 million population) are market gardening areas producing a range of fruit and vegetables. These larger urban centres ara also areas of light industry.Vietnam also exports quantities of fish caught in the fresh waters of the distributaries or in the brackish waters of the mangrove swamps. Of particular significance is the raising of shriimp either in the water cannals and ponds of the rice fields or in the saline waters among the mangroves. The attachment is provided to promote class discussion. It could be handed out as a worksheet. This unit can standalone but it is also part of a series which, when completed, will give a broader understanding of this significant area.
KPolkinghorne