Pointless - Template to Create Your Own Games!

Pointless - Template to Create Your Own Games!

Template for you to create your own Pointless games - whatever subject or topic you are teaching! Based on the popular game show 'Pointless', this resource is perfect for use as a starter activity, plenary, or revision tool. Editable, so that you can change to any other topic or change the questions/answers. Containing almost 30 slides of sound clips, engaging visuals, and suitably challenging questions, this resource is effective at both promoting engagement and enhancing learning. There are several built-in rounds of questions to build students' understanding in your topics, including: - Identifying terms from definitions - Anagrams of key terms round - Recalling the highest level knowledge. The nature of the game ensures that this resource can challenge students of all levels. NOTE: You can buy this resource alone, or in a bundle of 8 Pointless games, for only £1 more!
TandLGuru
China (KS 3 & 4)

China (KS 3 & 4)

This 50 page booklet allows students to explore China through a variety of activities both students and teacher lead. Chapters include, amongst others: Where Are We Talking About? What Do You Know About China? Why Travel to China? What Is The Climate Like in China? What Is our Population Like? What’s Happening To China’s Population? What’s Happening To The Age Of China? China’s Culture A Taste Of China Gung Hey Fat Choy! Playing With Paper Britain’s Best Beverage China’s Threatened Wildlife The Great Wall The Terracotta Army The Forbidden City Tiananmen Square Three Gorge Dam Transnational Companies In China
WillsonEducation
Marking time-buster. 50 ideas

Marking time-buster. 50 ideas

You will save countless hours of marking time with these ingenious ideas. INSTEAD OF......(common mistake), try................(new time saving solution!) These are highly praised and have been adopted at whole-school levels. 50 great ideas with scanned examples (If you search '300 lesson activities - you will see that my products are popular here on TES. This product is just as good!).
whizzbangbang
Plate-Tectonics

Plate-Tectonics

For GCSE/IGCSE Geography covers everything on this topic. I hope it will help!
Gorkem
End of Unit Test and MarkScheme for Industry: Geography

End of Unit Test and MarkScheme for Industry: Geography

This resource provides an End of Unit Test and Mark scheme, designed for use in KS3 geography, however it may also be suitable for KS4. Pupils will be tested on their understanding of industry sectors and how these link to economic development; TNCs; industry locations and inputs, processes and outputs of industry. The test questions are identified as low difficulty, medium difficulty or high difficulty. Suggested 'grade' thresholds are given in the mark scheme. The test could be used following the "AfL task for Industry KS3/KS4 geography" which can be found in my shop.
rowenamdialino
Football: Geography In Action (KS 3 & 4)

Football: Geography In Action (KS 3 & 4)

This 13 page booklet allows students to investigate how sport and Geography are linked. They look at why football is so popular, how its links us globally, child labour, shanty towns and whether or not the students think it was right for Brazil to host the 2014 world cup
WillsonEducation
Key Stage 2 Geography:  Geography Skills Unit of Work

Key Stage 2 Geography: Geography Skills Unit of Work

A complete unit of work to teach Key Stage 2 children all about Geography. This includes a detailed introduction and sequential set of lesson plans, including timings, starters, main activities and plenaries. Accompanying the lesson plans are resources and worksheets. Total approximate teaching time is 10 1/2 hours of creative and engaging Geography that the children will really enjoy!
helenmacdonald81
Location and Introduction to China

Location and Introduction to China

This lesson teaches students about the location or China and introduces students to various features of China focusing on major settlements, rainfall, GDP per capita, population density, and ecosystems. This is a very independent lesson, it involves students investigating a range of maps to create their own detailed map incorporating the information they find. I used this lesson with a mid to high ability year 9 class.
MatthewJS
Mapping Development AQA A Geography Lesson Resources

Mapping Development AQA A Geography Lesson Resources

This lesson is designed to get students to evaluate previous methods of mapping development and then investigate more accurate methods. I used this with a high ability year 9 class on the AQA A Geography syllabus. Students look at the first and third world divisions, the Brandt line and the MDC LDC division to pick out obvious inaccuracies. The five fold division is discussed as a more accurate method. The lesson leads onto the idea that indicators can be used to add further accuracy to mapping development. Gapminder has several good activities related to this topic (www.gapminder.org/)
MatthewJS
Placemarks in Google Maps**UPDATED**

Placemarks in Google Maps**UPDATED**

Representing data on a map is an important form of communicating information to the reader. Information graphics need to provide the right information in the clearest format possible. Google Maps provides an easy facility to display data for any reader, and anybody can use this facility to upload their information. An excellent introduction to this topic would be for the teacher and students to explore the range of ways that data can be represented on a map. Different ways include heat maps, geographic stretching of continents, icons and symbols, colours and shades, bar graphs, and interactive maps. The lessons and activities in this unit of work are for the lower and middle secondary years of schooling and focus on how to add Placemarks and how to bulk upload more than one data point to show a broader range of data. Simple instructions and clear screenshots, along with relevant student activities make this unit of work self-instructing for every student. 14 pages Duration 1 week. Note that Sample pages only shown here. Full pack of 14 pages will be downloadable once purchase has been made.
malcomb
Olympic Booklet - Rio 2016 (KS 3&4)

Olympic Booklet - Rio 2016 (KS 3&4)

This 29 page booklet gives students the opportunity to explore the Olympics and Brazil using different Geographical themes and skills. Chapters include: History Of The Olympics The Rings Rio De Janeiro – Host City 2016 London’s Olympic Legacy City Climate Seeing The Sites Population And Nationality General Geography Of Olympic Countries Build A Brand For an additional booklet about Brazil please visit: https://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/brazil-ks3-and-4-11073383
WillsonEducation