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Rainforests - Trade Links, Fair Trade and Trade Issues

Rainforests - Trade Links, Fair Trade and Trade Issues

Devised from the Key Stage 2 Geograhy Currciulum, the Power Point explores four key trade links which occour in rainforests (specifically the amazon). Palm Oil - Logging - Cattle and Medicines. Their is also a slide on Fair Trade and two final slides where children can have a debate on the advantages and disadvantages for specific groups of people - Meeting a key Geography Skill. LI: To understand the impact of human geography on the rainforest and environmental issues caused by this. (Key Knowledge) LI: To explain opinions from a range of different points of view. (Key Skill) There is an Information gathering sheet, which children can stick into their book and answers as they go through the PowerPoint. The Majority of my Year 6s will do this task independently with the sheet and the PowerPoint
jrigby11
Geography Quiz 2018

Geography Quiz 2018

Geography Environment Quiz- 7 rounds and over 40+ Questions. World Environment. End of term Quiz. This resource contains: 1x PowerPoint Quiz 1x Student Answer Sheet (PDF and PPT Version) and all the answers!! Contains 7 Rounds: Round 1:How can we look after the planet more? Round 2: What else can citizens of the world do to help the environment Round 3: True or False statements Round 4: Match the photo with the event that is happening to the world Round 5: Match the Environmental ‘R’ with the method Round 6: Destroying the world by numbers Round 7: Environmental anagrams
jonrobert22
Rainforest Animals - 8 Resources

Rainforest Animals - 8 Resources

8 ‘Rainforest Animal’ resources: Animals of the rainforest activity and answer sheet Features of rainforest animals activity sheet Rainforest ‘layers’ fact sheet Remaining rainforests around the world activity and fact sheet Location of rainforests around the world display Rainforest fact booklet Suitable for 7 - 11 years If you want to to play some rainforest sounds to your class then this website is brilliant:
mark harland
Migration Lesson, research projects and activities

Migration Lesson, research projects and activities

Buy this complete Migration lesson with projects and activities for students to understand the basic concept of migration. These resources help students to explore and use their own devices or computer application to present their work lesson. These presentations are editable can easily be used in the class.
Teachers_choice12
Economic Education PSHE

Economic Education PSHE

Everything you need to teach about finances, budgeting and personal economics: 12x highly-rated, fully resourced lesson packs. Each includes: a one hour PowerPoint, worksheets, clips, is differentiated fully for MA,LA or Core and is designed to fit Ofsted criteria for’ Good’ to ‘Outstanding’. Everything is planned according to the latest PSHE Association guidelines (2017/18) and is fully editable. Each resource pack has individually been rated highly by Tes users. These resources are suitable for PSHE, Citizenship, Life Skills or ASDAN. They were made for Key Stage 3 / 4 and are easily adaptable for Key Stage 5 or for perhaps for some Business Studies topics. Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
EC_Resources
GCSE Geography AQA - Urban Revision Sheets

GCSE Geography AQA - Urban Revision Sheets

x2 A3 revision sheets for the AQA unit - Urban Issues and Challenges (9-1) These sheets can be used for any AQA course but I created them following the Oxford Textbook. The main case studies are Rio and London Olympics.
Lexy_Martin
Rural to Urban Migration in China

Rural to Urban Migration in China

This resource can be used to help teach students about rural to urban migration in China. The timers and videos will play automatically when you start the PowerPoint presentation.
jdoul91
Map Symbol Worksheet

Map Symbol Worksheet

Map symbol story worksheet in which pupils use an OS map key to help decode a letter. Pupils then create their own story using a minimum of 10 symbols.
Katie_Maria
Geography Oracy Game

Geography Oracy Game

‘No pens’, just word of mouth and teamwork! This lesson will engage all abilities and challenge numeracy and literacy skills. Aimed at secondary geography students, but ideal for English or maths, this is a fun way to learn about how favelas might be improved, make decisions and argue points of view. An ideal lesson as a one-off, an introduction to a unit of work, or a review at the end. Resources are prepared ready for printing in colour.
bryanw