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AQA Physical Revision Guides

AQA Physical Revision Guides

3 x revision guides covering the physical aspect of the new AQA Geography GCSE Physical Landscapes in the UK - 37 pages The Challenge of Natural Hazards - 24 pages The Living World - 32 pages
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AQA Revision Guides

AQA Revision Guides

6 x revision guides covering all of the new AQA Geography GCSE Urban Issues and Challenges - 35 pages The Changing Economic World - 31 pages The Challenge of Resource Management - 31 pages Physical Landscapes in the UK - 37 pages The Challenge of Natural Hazards - 24 pages The Living World - 32 pages
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No Simple Solution to Livestock and Climate Change - Article Guide

No Simple Solution to Livestock and Climate Change - Article Guide

"Simply reducing livestock farming in developing countries will neither cut emissions nor benefit the poor, says livestock expert Carlos Seré." This article (included with this resource as a PDF) discusses the issue of climate change and animal agriculture from a non-vegan point of view. The author attempts to bring up points about agriculture and its impact on developing nations as a more complex issue. Thus, requiring a "Third Way" aside from factory farming or simple meat elimination as solutions to this global problem. The reading guide is in PDF, Word and a fillable Word form. This way you can print the handout for students to write on or share it for them to easily fill out on their devices as a Word form. Afterwards you can reflect on the article as a class or consider writing and researching what a "third way" could look like. Should take about 25-30 minutes This article pairs well with the following other resources of mine: 1. COWSPIRACY - The Sustainability Secret 2. Regenerative Agriculture -- A Solution to Climate Change 3. The Impact of Global Meat Production- Article and Worksheet 4. Meat and the Environment - Article and Reading Guide Thanks for looking! Follow me for product additions.
Busybugsy
CYCLONE AILA CASE STUDY

CYCLONE AILA CASE STUDY

I devised this lesson to teach a case study on Cyclone Aila to my GCSE class. I teach Edexcel B but the study is suited to a range of specifications.
dappamacca
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
Plate Boundaries: Earthquakes & Volcanoes

Plate Boundaries: Earthquakes & Volcanoes

Included in this resource: - Volcanoes and Earthquakes Crib Sheet, ideal for revision of the topic. Traffic Light colour coding allows differentiation between questions and activities. - A tabled worksheet with an example focusing on the four main types of plate boundaries: Conservative, Constructive, Destructive, Sliding. Resources come with PDF, Word and & Keynote formats.
kstrick92
California Wildfires 2017 Case Study

California Wildfires 2017 Case Study

FREE with code OUTSTANDINGOCT for new Tes customers! A lesson created during the week of the California Wildfires October 2017. Created for SEN students this is a visual resource, consisting of a PowerpPoint, lesson plan, reading comprehension, source carousel activity and peer assessment/. Written as one lesson, but could stretch over two if independent research is carried out, depending on the level of your learners.7 Please leave a review.
jillyjones1987
SHIC level 8 (advanced) -  Climate Change

SHIC level 8 (advanced) - Climate Change

Just about everything we do results in the emission of greenhouse gases. Climate change is already causing serious harm to people, animals, and the ecosystems we rely on, and it looks like it is only going to get worse. In this level you can find out what role you play in the warming of the earth, and how we can most effectively combat or adapt to this global issue.
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