Holderness Coast- Key Stage Three /Four SOW

Holderness Coast- Key Stage Three /Four SOW

This is a brand new scheme of work on coats which is ideal for KS3 and weaker KS4 students. it is completely place based on the Holderness Coast. It has key word glossary exercises for many of the lessons. The research is current, relevant and comes from reputable sources such as Natural England and SSSIs. There are a wide variety of GCSE questions. My steps to success breakdown of questions is a top class tool in helping students breakdown what is required to successfully answer high tariff questions. There are many images and videos. There is a very good DME exercise on protecting the coast as well. Lesson list Lesson One/Two- Geomorphic processes including weathering/erosion/mas movement/longshore drift. Lesson 3/4- Waves including difference between constructive/destructive waves and their impact on Holderness Lesson 5/6 landforms of erosion at Holderness including Flamborough Head and Bridlington Bay (geology maps included). Lesson 7 landforms of deposition featuring Spurn Head. Lesson 8 why is the Holderness Coast so vulnerable to cliff collapse? Lesson 9- what is the impact of cliff collapse at Holderness? Lesson 10 How is the Holderness Coast protected - hard/soft engineering Lesson 11-DME where should we protect at Holderness Lesson12/13- What is human impact at Holderness including SSSIs/climate change/sea defences
haraley12
AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Cold Environments, Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Cold Environments, Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

hese activities reinforce understanding of the ‘Subject Specific Vocabulary’ required for the Cold Environments Section of the AQA Syllabus. Students match the definitions , complete a cloze activity and then produce a definitions table. An answer sheet is also included. No further preparation necessary. Editable and PDF versions of all sheets. Also included are complete A5 vocab sheets and a short slide answer ppt that can easily be added to existing presentations for easy self marking. Please leave a short review and in return claim another single resource for free.
tosh740
Paper 2 section  C resource management water- Small and large scale management schemes

Paper 2 section C resource management water- Small and large scale management schemes

Paper 2 section C resource management water- Small and large scale management schemes This lesson is for GCSE 1-9 Geography students who are using water as their option for paper 2 section C. Learning objective/WALT (We are learning to): WALT: Explain and evaluate the costs and benefits of large-scale water management schemes in the developed world and the developing world WALT: Explain and evaluate the role of named small-scale intermediate technology solutions in the developing world There are 3 case studies within. This lesson has knowledge checks with a self assessment opportunity as well as assessment opportunities with success criteria and a stella model answer. I have also included practice of the paper 3 issues investigation for practice as well using the paper 3. All resources are included in the PPT or the second resource attached. The last pages are ‘fill out student sheets’ if you are running short on time.
carolinemcleggan5
Paper 2 section C water global water consumption

Paper 2 section C water global water consumption

Paper 2 section C water global water consumption This is for GCSE Geography students looking a water as their section C option. This lesson is just linked to the consumption and availability of water. Learning objective/WALT (We are learning to): WALT: describe the global water supply WALT: describe the global consumption of water WALT: explain the impacts of water insecurity This lesson has knowledge checks with a self assessment opportunities. The last page is a ‘fill out student sheet’ if you are running short on time.
carolinemcleggan5
Cultural enrichment week

Cultural enrichment week

Every year my school completes cultural week. Please find enclosed some whole school planning for a spectacular week. At the end of this enrichment week we held our own carnival and invited Parents. I enclose flipcharts, videos and resources to help you with your own cultural week. I have also cross referenced with skills to help tick off the curriculum.
vickiwinsor
Conserving Nature: KS4 - Uganda Case Study

Conserving Nature: KS4 - Uganda Case Study

Economic development in low income countries leads to significant social, environmental and cultural change. One scheme in Uganda is to increase electricity generation by building more hydroelectric dams. The work of researchers at The University of Oxford’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science (ICCS) aims to ensure that new developments such as this not only ‘do no harm’, but actively bring benefit to both the environment and local communities. In this activity students use a range of resources to build a case study about the positive and negative impacts of this scheme. Learning Outcomes: Students learn about the environmental and social effects of an economic development initiative in a LIC. Students write a case study looking at the positive and negative impacts
OxfordUniversity
Conserving Nature: KS4 - Conservation Conundrum

Conserving Nature: KS4 - Conservation Conundrum

Technological development in low income countries such as Uganda is important for improving the economy and providing a better quality of life for its population. However, quite often these developments carry a risk of negatively affecting the environment and the lives of local people. The work of researchers at The University of Oxford’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science (ICCS) aims to ensure that new developments not only ‘do no harm’, but actively bring benefit to both biodiversity and local communities. In this activity students look at the positive and negative impacts of building more hydroelectric dams on Ugandan rivers. They use this information to write a balanced argument. Learning Outcomes: Students learn what conservation is and how it can protect biodiversity loss Students write a balanced argument, considering environmental, economic and social issues
OxfordUniversity
Conserving Nature: KS3 - Development Decisions

Conserving Nature: KS3 - Development Decisions

The balance between providing resources for a growing and technologically advanced population and protecting biodiversity is an ever-increasing problem. In this activity, students gain an insight into the work of researchers at The University of Oxford’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science (ICCS) and model the conflict between development and the needs of people and the environment. They role play a stakeholder meeting between local villagers and developers, mediated by conservation researchers, to see if they can come to an agreement on proposed development ideas. Learning Outcomes: Students learn what conservation is and why it is important Students discuss negative and positive environmental and social impacts of development to make a decision. See more at: https://www.oxfordsparks.ox.ac.uk/content/conserving-nature
OxfordUniversity
Conserving Nature: KS3 - Dam Dilemma

Conserving Nature: KS3 - Dam Dilemma

Technological development in low income countries such as Uganda is important for improving the economy and providing a better quality of life for its population. However, quite often these developments carry a risk of negatively affecting the environment and the lives of local people. The work of researchers at The University of Oxford’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science (ICCS) aims to ensure that new developments not only ‘do no harm’, but actively bring benefit to both biodiversity and local communities. In this activity students look at the positive and negative impacts of building more hydroelectric dams on Ugandan rivers. They use this information to write a balanced argument. Learning outcomes: Students learn what conservation is and how it can protect biodiversity loss Students learn to write a balanced argument, considering environmental, economic and social issues See more at: https://www.oxfordsparks.ox.ac.uk/content/conserving-nature
OxfordUniversity
Make Your Own Information Book: Water Infrastructure - Interactive Activity - KS2 Literacy

Make Your Own Information Book: Water Infrastructure - Interactive Activity - KS2 Literacy

KS2 Literacy - Make Your Own Information Book: Water Infrastructure - Interactive Activity Create your own information book by selecting headings, footers, pictures and descriptive texts. The different page layout options are a useful feature for pupil differentiation, as higher ability pupils can be encouraged to extend the length of their work. This is a great activity for students to work on independently to practise writing informatively.
Tes_elements
London Zoo

London Zoo

This set of resources is designed for teaching a topic about London Zoo. It includes a variety of lessons (e.g. Geography, History and Science) and is suitable for KS1 and lower KS2. The planning, presentations and activities are also available individually on the TES. If you like this resource, please review it. If you have any suggestions or feedback, contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk. I am also looking for teachers to test new resources. Get in touch if you would like to help!
eddiebray
London Zoo - planning and topic title page

London Zoo - planning and topic title page

This is the medium term plan for a topic about London Zoo. The unit includes a variety of lessons (e.g. Geography, History, Science) and is suitable for KS1 and lower KS2. The presentations and activities described in this unit plan are available on the TES, either as individual lessons or as a bundle. If you like this resource, please review it. If you have any suggestions or feedback, contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk. I am also looking for teachers to test new resources – please get in touch if you would like to help.
eddiebray
Compass directions at London Zoo

Compass directions at London Zoo

This lesson is suitable for children in KS1 and lower KS2. It is part of a wider unit about London Zoo and is an ideal preparatory lesson for a trip there. The engaging presentation first introduces children to compass directions. It then challenges them to describe the location of animals at London Zoo using north, east, south and west. In the activity, children describe the position of animals at London Zoo using compass directions. It is differentiated two ways: LA - Children have colour coded questions so they can locate animals quickly. MA/UA -Children have to find the animals themselves. In the extension activity, children are challenged to state the position of animals in relation to other animals (e.g. The owls are north of the gibbons). If you like this resource, please review it! If you have any suggestions or feedback, contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk. I am also looking for teachers to test new resources – please get in touch if you would like to help.
eddiebray
AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Tropical Rainforests , Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Tropical Rainforests , Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

These activities reinforce understanding of the ‘Subject Specific Vocabulary’ required for the Tropical Rainforests Section of the AQA Syllabus. Students match the definitions , complete a cloze activity and then produce a definitions table. An answer sheet is also included. No further preparation necessary. Editable and PDF versions of all sheets. Also included are complete A5 vocab sheets and a short slide answer ppt that can easily be added to existing presentations for easy self marking. Please leave a short review and in return claim another single resource for free.
tosh740
Presentation on Tectonic Processes and Hazards (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Presentation on Tectonic Processes and Hazards (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Comprehensive Presentation that Covers: Hazard Mitigation, Hazard Adaptation, Modifying Loss, Hazard Prediction, Theoretical Models: Hazard Management Cycle, Theoretical Models: Park’s Model, Disaster Trends And Patterns, Tectonic Mega-Disasters, Multiple Hazard Zones, Development And Governance, Measuring Magnitude And Intensity, Hazard Profiles, Varied Impacts, Haiti 2010, China 2008, Explaining Disaster Occurrence, Vulnerability: Nepal 2015 Case Study, Vulnerability: The Role Of The Government, Pressure And Release (PAR) Model, Haiti’s Par Model, Seismic Waves, Earthquake Hazards, Volcanic Hazards, Tsunamis, Indian Ocean Tsunami 2004, Plate Tectonic Theory, The Internal Structure Of The Earth, Plate Boundaries and Other Tectonic Processes.
jh081326
Grid references at London Zoo

Grid references at London Zoo

This lesson is suitable for children in KS1 and lower KS2. It is part of a wider unit about London Zoo and is an ideal preparatory lesson for a trip there. The colourful presentation first introduces children to grid references. It then challenges them to find animals on a map of London Zoo and use grid references to describe their position. In the activity, children describe the position of animals at London Zoo using grid references. It is differentiated two ways: LA - Children have colour coded questions so they can locate animals more easily. MA/UA -Children have to find the animals themselves. In the extension activity, children are challenged to give grid references of other locations at the zoo (e.g. the gift shop). If you like this resource, please review it! If you have any suggestions or feedback, contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk. I am also looking for teachers to test new resources – please get in touch if you would like to help.
eddiebray
Matching animals to their habitat

Matching animals to their habitat

This lesson is suitable for children in KS1 and lower KS2. It is part of a wider unit about London Zoo and is an ideal preparatory lesson for a trip there. It can also be used as a Science lesson as part of the Living Things and their Habitats programme of study. The animals have escaped at the zoo and the keeper needs your help! The colourful presentation first encourages children to describe the features of animals. A group activity then challenges children to match animals to their names, description and habitat. It includes a variety of animals including fish, birds, mammals, insects and amphibians. In the activity, children match animals to their description and habitat. It is differentiated three ways: LA - Children just match animals to their habitats. MA -Children match animals to their description and habitat. UA - Children fill in the names of the animals and match them to their description and habitat. Finally, an extension activity challenges children to classify animals as fish, birds, mammals, insects or amphibians. If you like this resource, please review it! If you have any suggestions or feedback, contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk. I am also looking for teachers to test new resources – please get in touch if you would like to help.
eddiebray
Presentation on Water Cycle and Water Insecurity (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Presentation on Water Cycle and Water Insecurity (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Comprehensive Presentation that Covers: The Global Water Cycle is of Enormous Importance to Life on Earth, Important Fluxes, The Water Budget, The Drainage Basin, An Open System Within The Global Cycle, Basin-Wide Factors, Precipitation, UK Precipitation, Human Disruptions, The Water Cycle Involves Water Budgets And River Systems At A Local Scale, Annual Budget Graphs, The Impact On Soil Water Availability, River Regimes, Storm Hydrographs, Why And How Storm Hydrographs Vary, Physical Factors Influencing Storm Hydrographs, Human Factors Influencing Storm Hydrographs, Players, Water Deficits, Normal Years, La Nina, El Nino, Southern Oscillation Index (SOI) And The Future, How Does Human Activity Contribute To Deficits? The Impact Of Deficit On Ecosystems, Water Surpluses, Impacts Of Storm Desmond 2015, Other Causes Of Surpluses, Human Actions Increasing Flood Risk, Climate Change, California, Implications, Water Insecurity, Physical/Human Causes Of Water Insecurity, Increasing Pressure On Water Resources, Future Projections, The Consequences Of Water Insecurity, Why Does The Price Of Water Vary? Water Privatisation, Water Poverty Index (WPI), The Importance Of Water Supply For Development, Supply And Wellbeing, Murray-Darling Basin Insecurity, Potential For Water Conflict, Nile Basin Conflict, Gaza Water Conflict, Colorado Basin Water Conflict, The Varied Sustainability Of Water Supply Management Schemes, Hard Engineering, Sustainable Schemes and Players In Reducing Water Conflict.
jh081326
Revision Notes on The Water Cycle and Water Insecurity (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Revision Notes on The Water Cycle and Water Insecurity (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Comprehensive Revision Notes that Cover: Physical Factors Affecting Water Supply, Water Sources, Fresh Water is a Finite Resource, Water Stress, Human Impacts On Water Availability, Access to Water, The Water Poverty Index, Water Geopolitics, Trends In Water Demand, Three Alternative Futures, Water Players And Decision Makers, Responses To Rising Demand and Water Technology.
jh081326
Revision Notes on Tectonic Processes and Hazards (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Revision Notes on Tectonic Processes and Hazards (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Comprehensive Revision Notes that Cover: Francis Bacon 1620, Robert Mallet 1870s, Alfred Wegner 1911, 1948 Ewing, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Palaeomagnetic Evidence, Ocean / Continental Divergence, Oceanic / Oceanic Convergence, Continental / Continental Collision, Constructive Margins, Conservative Margins, Deep Sea Trenches, Rift Valleys, Hotspots, Volcanoes, Extrusive Landforms, Intrusive Landforms, Primary Effects of a Volcanic Eruption, Secondary Effects, 2010 Eruption of Eyjafjallajökul Impact, Mount Etna 13th July 2001 Impact, Nevado Del Ruiz Eruption 1985, Haiti 2010 Earthquake, Northridge USA 1994, Tsunami, Effects, Short Term Responses and Long Term Responses.
jh081326
KS3 Endangered species

KS3 Endangered species

Lesson includes lesson launch activity, emotive video with debate questions, heads and tails activity, hyperlink to video about saving the rhino with related questions and ideas for homework.
fourstripe
KS3 Antarctica the last wilderness

KS3 Antarctica the last wilderness

Lesson includes differentiated questioning lesson launch,success criteria, information video with related activities, heads and tails on environmental challenges and design your own Antarctica Treaty activity. Detailed lesson plan is also included.
fourstripe
KS3 Energy and the environment  unit of work

KS3 Energy and the environment unit of work

Unit of work comprising of 12 lessons. Starting off with what is a resource, looking at the issue of electricity generation, fossil fuels, renewable and non renewable energy sources and climate change.The unit contains an enquiry assessment task on wind farm location. Other ares included in the unit include the exploitation of Antarctica, endangered species and plastics in the oceans. Each lesson has a lesson launch activities, success criteria and a variety of task. Where appropriate hyperlinks to video clips are included within the powerpoints.
fourstripe
AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Coastal Processes Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Coastal Processes Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

These activities reinforce understanding of the ‘Subject Specific Vocabulary’ required for the Coastal Processes Section of the AQA Syllabus. Students match the definitions , complete a cloze activity and then produce a definitions table. An answer sheet is also included. No further preparation necessary. Editable and PDF versions of all sheets. Also included are complete A5 vocab sheets and a short slide answer ppt that can easily be added to existing presentations for easy self marking. Please leave a short review and in return claim another single resource for free.
tosh740
Why is Africa building a Great Green Wall? - Reading Comprehension

Why is Africa building a Great Green Wall? - Reading Comprehension

This Reading Comprehension worksheet is suitable for higher elementary to proficient ESL learners or native English speakers. The text explores Africa’s “Great Green Wall” initiative. After carefully reading the text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including a true or false exercise, comprehension questions, an in class discussion and a fun crossword. The text can be used for IGCSE and TOEFL vocabulary building purposes. This handout can be completed in class or assigned for homework. A full answer key included.
MariaPht
Presentation on Coastal Landscapes and Change (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Presentation on Coastal Landscapes and Change (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Comprehensive Presentation Covering: Holistic Management – ICZM Schemes, Policy Decisions, Odisha ICZM, Making Complex Judgments, Coastal Management, Sustainable Management, Consequences Of Coastal Recession And Flooding, The Threat Of Rapid Coastal Retreat At Holderness, Causes Of Cliff Retreat, The Influence Of Sub-Aerial Processes On Coastal Erosion And Temporal Variation, The Risk Of Coastal Flooding, Storm Surges, Northern Europe Storm Surge 2013, Climate Change And Flood Risk, Sea Level Change, Coastal Features Produced By Sea Level Change, The Risk Of Contemporary Sea Level Change, Subaerial Processes I - Weathering, Subaerial Processes II – Mass Movement, Sediment Transport, Depositional Landforms, Depositional Landforms II, The Sediment Cell Concept, Waves, Waves II, The Contribution Of Waves, Erosion Processes, Erosional Landforms, The Impact Of Lithology On Cliff Recession, Differential Erosion, Stabilisation, Lithology Influences The Formation Of Certain Coasts, The Influence of Lithology, The Littoral Zone, Types Of Coast and Sediment Supply.
jh081326
renewable energy

renewable energy

This allows students to name, research and evaluate types of renewable energy and to create an informative action plan as to which renewable energy China should move to and why. Learning objective/WALT (We are learning to): WALT: research, justify and sell an idea be persuasive using facts Self assessment opportunities as well as an assessment opportunity with success criteria. The main lesson is on Smart Notebook and resources are in PPT format or word. Resources for the lesson saved in the attachment section (paper clip) on the SNB.
carolinemcleggan5