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The UK's Evolving Physical Landscape - GCSE Geography Edexcel B WHOLE TOPIC 9-1 NEW GCSE
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The UK's Evolving Physical Landscape - GCSE Geography Edexcel B WHOLE TOPIC 9-1 NEW GCSE

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The UK’s Evolving Physical Landscape - GCSE Geography Edexcel B WHOLE TOPIC 9-1 NEW GCSE You will be receiving over 23 lessons (some are double lessons). Some of the lessons provided are for a double period so some lessons make take up two hours. These lessons can easily be adapted to suit you as the teacher, and the students you are teaching. There are many different learning styles present and you can mix and match some of the slides and even ditch a few depending on your cohort. Overall, these lessons have been used for a very mixed ability class who have very different learning needs and styles. Students enjoyed this topic and really wanted to look at different case studies that have been included. What you will be getting. Most lessons will have hand-outs. Most lessons will challenge different learning styles and needs. Most lessons will have differing targets, geography skills and aspirations. Most lessons will have differing maps and graphs to analyse and work on. Lessons covered: Landscapes from the past. The UK’s relief and geology. It’s all about rocks. Physical processes in the landscape. People in the landscape. Contrasting coasts. The UK - climate and coastline. Coastal deposition. Human activities and the coast. The risks from coastal flooding. Falling into the sea. Managing the coast. Managing the modern way. Geographical skills: investigating coasts. River processes in the upper course. River and valleys in the middle course. River and valleys in the lower course. Geographical skills: investigating rivers and their valleys. understanding storm hydrographs. Sheffield under water! Flood threats and the future? Managing the flood risk.
Citizenship Today for EDEXCEL (NEW) GCSE (9-1): THEME B: Democracy in the UK – Whole TOPIC  LESSONS.
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Citizenship Today for EDEXCEL (NEW) GCSE (9-1): THEME B: Democracy in the UK – Whole TOPIC LESSONS.

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This topic covers the whole specification (Citizenship Edexcel NEW GCSE 9-1) of the Theme B – DEMOCRACY IN THE UK. It comprises of 12 lessons while catering for the scheme of work to allow easy access to all students (low to high ability). Some lessons have been combined together, however they can easily be separated. What you will be receiving is 12 great quality lessons all built from scratch, each with hand-out’s (in slides and individual word doc’s) and plenty of exam practice. Each lesson, the title is an exam question that will be answered at the end of the lesson. This shows good learning overtime (OFSTEAD) and questions the knowledge they have learnt. These lessons have been taught to two mixed ability groups as well as a low ability group and has been adapted to suit. They are easy to follow and when you buy these you wont have very limited planning. Each lesson took an hour and 30 minutes (at least) to plan. Resources cover from Scheme of Work Getting elected. Does everyone’s vote count. Who shall i vote for? Into power. Forming a government. How are law’s made. Apart or together? How are we governed? Balancing the budget. Revision. This was then put into 12 different lessons to suit.
GEOGRAPHY 9-1 REVISION CHECKLIST FOR EVERY TOPIC - EDEXCEL B
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GEOGRAPHY 9-1 REVISION CHECKLIST FOR EVERY TOPIC - EDEXCEL B

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Really useful revision checklist sheets for every topic within the EDEXCEL B GEOGRAPHY GCSE. These can be used for HW’s, within a lesson or at the end of a topic. YR11’s perfect guide to make sure they know everything that has been covered in the exam. My Yr11’s love them. Topics include: Hazardous Earth. Development Dynamics. Challenges of an urbanising world. The UK’s evolving physical landscape. The UK’s evolving human landscape. Geographical investigations. People and the Biosphere. Forests under threat. Consuming energy resources.
Over 100 PRACTICE Exam Questions for GCSE GEOGRAPHY for Edexcel B 9-1!
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Over 100 PRACTICE Exam Questions for GCSE GEOGRAPHY for Edexcel B 9-1!

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This resource has been used with my Yr10’s and Yr11’s throughout thier GCSE course. It can easily be used as revision or as a HW task throughout the year or within lessons. Really useful. There is at least one exam question per lesson. The resource as all the information of the GCSE and how it is assessed at the end of the two year course. It also has information on all the command words within all exam questions to aid students understanding of what each question is asking. The whole 67 pg booklet covers a range of questions from 2 mark’s - all the way to 12 marks. The topic’s covered. Component 1: Global geographical issues. Hazardous Earth. Development dynamics. Challenges of an urbanising world. Component 2: UK geographical issues. The UK’s evolving physical landscape. The UK’s evolving human landscape. Geographical investigations. Component 3: People and environment issues - Making geographical decisions. People and the biosphere. Forests under threat. Consuming energy resources.
Citizenship Today for EDEXCEL (NEW) GCSE (9-1): THEME D: POWER AND INFLUENCE! WHOLE TOPIC.
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Citizenship Today for EDEXCEL (NEW) GCSE (9-1): THEME D: POWER AND INFLUENCE! WHOLE TOPIC.

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This topic covers the whole specification (Citizenship Edexcel NEW GCSE 9-1) of the Theme D – POWER AND INFLUENCE. It comprises of lessons while catering for the scheme of work to allow easy access to all students (low to high ability). Some lessons have been combined together; however, they can easily be separated. What you will be receiving is at least 25 great quality lessons all built from scratch, each with hand-out’s (in slides and individual word doc’s) and plenty of exam practice. Each lesson, the title is an exam question that will be answered at the end of the lesson. This shows good learning overtime (OFSTEAD) and questions the knowledge they have learnt. These lessons have been taught to two mixed ability groups as well as a low ability group and has been adapted to suit. They are easy to follow and when you buy these you will have very limited planning. Each lesson took an hour and 30 minutes (at least) to plan. Resources cover from Scheme of Work this was then put into 20+ different lessons to suit. Lessons cover: Engaging people into democracy. How could you play a political role? How to make your voice heard? How to make a difference? (take actions and volunteer). How to vote and make politics more engaging? What are the current problems of voting? – technology/social media. Does your vote really count? How can we support society? How do trade unions protect people at work? What is the media and how can it influence? Why should the press be free? Does the media inform or influence? Are newspapers/media always legal and honest? Is scrutiny by the media necessary? How can people and pressure groups make a difference? What is the European Union? What are the benefits and obligations of the EU? What is the Commonwealth? What is the United Nations? How does the UN work? What is NATO and what does it do? What is the World Trade Organisation? What is international justice? How can NGO’s help? What can the UK do to help conflict hit areas? Some of these lessons do go over 1 hour – especially if you complete the longer exam questions and green pen.
Citizenship Today for EDEXCEL (NEW) GCSE (9-1): THEME E: Taking Citizenship Action WHOLE TOPIC.
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Citizenship Today for EDEXCEL (NEW) GCSE (9-1): THEME E: Taking Citizenship Action WHOLE TOPIC.

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This topic covers the whole specification (Citizenship Edexcel NEW GCSE 9-1) of the Theme E – TAKING CITIZENSHIP ACTION. It comprises of lessons while catering for the scheme of work to allow easy access to all students (low to high ability). Some lessons have been combined together, however they can easily be separated. What you will be receiving is at least 10 great quality lessons all built from scratch, each with hand-out’s (in slides and individual word doc’s) and plenty of exam practice. Each lesson, the title is an exam question that will be answered at the end of the lesson. This shows good learning overtime (OFSTEAD) and questions the knowledge they have learnt. These lessons have been taught to two mixed ability groups as well as a low ability group and has been adapted to suit. They are easy to follow and when you buy these you wont have very limited planning. Each lesson took an hour and 30 minutes (at least) to plan. Resources cover from Scheme of Work Choosing tour action. Carrying out research Whose point of view. Planning your action. Developing your skills: teamwork. Developing your skills: questionaires. Developing your skills: advocacy. Developing your skills: the message. Developing your skills: protesting. 10.Participation in action. 11.The impact of your action. 12.bringing it all together. This was then put into 10+ different lessons to suit.
GCSE Geography Edexcel B New GCSE The UK's Evolving Human Landscape.
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GCSE Geography Edexcel B New GCSE The UK's Evolving Human Landscape.

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You will be receiving over 18 lessons. Some of the lessons provided are for a double period so some lessons make take up two hours. These lessons can easily be adapted to suit you as the teacher, and the students you are teaching. Overall, these lessons have been used for a very mixed ability class who have very different learning needs and styles. Students enjoyed this and one of the lessons is a follow up lesson from our Geography trip to the London Olympic Park and London Docklands. What you will be getting. Most lessons will have hand-outs. Most lessons will challenge different learning styles and needs. Most lessons will have differing targets, geography skills and aspirations. Most lessons will have differing maps and graphs to analyse and work on. Lessons covered: Urban core regions. UK’s rural periphery. Changing population (diverse) Primary and secondary industries (Old economy) and ‘new economy’. Globalisation impact on the UK. Looking at London’s structure and location. Migration (London) Inequalities in London (comparison). Facing decline and expansion and regeneration/rebranding Field trip – London Improving London’s sustainability. Beyond the Capital and then off the Devon then Cornwall to look at the challenges it faces and how it has developed opportunities
Why is Moses important in Judaism? KS3 National Curriculum
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Why is Moses important in Judaism? KS3 National Curriculum

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The lesson is easily taught to students with resources located either within the lesson (end slides and throughout the presentation) or separately. The resource covers a range of learning styles with challenge present throughout the lesson and can easily be adapted to suit individuals with differing learning needs or whole groups. It has Ofsted in mind and has a clear lesson journey from start to finish. The lesson title is an exam question which will then be answered at the end of the lesson. This lesson is based upon an exam question within the subject specification and SoW. Students will look at ‘Judaism and key aspects of the religion?’. The lesson is aimed at a mixed ability class and therefore suits all abilities with challenge to target the higher ability students. Students all managed to be successfully engaged.
Plate Boundary hazards - Geography GCSE 9-1 Edexcel B (Hazardous Earth)
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Plate Boundary hazards - Geography GCSE 9-1 Edexcel B (Hazardous Earth)

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GCSE lesson for GEOGRAPHY. Catered for the EDEXCEL specification B exam board- Topic: ‘Hazardous Earth’. The lesson is easily taught to students with resources located either within the lesson (end slides and throughout the presentation) or separately. The resource covers a range of learning styles with challenge present throughout the lesson and can easily be adapted to suit individuals with differing learning needs or whole groups. The lesson title is an exam question which will then be answered at the end of the lesson. This lesson is based upon an exam question within the subject specification and SoW. Students will look at how the what are the hazards associated with plate boundary’s. The lesson is aimed at a mixed ability class and therefore suits all abilities with challenge to target the higher ability students.
Crime and Punishment JUDAISM Religious Studies Edexcel B (9-1) GCSE  Whole Topic. Beliefs in Action.
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Crime and Punishment JUDAISM Religious Studies Edexcel B (9-1) GCSE Whole Topic. Beliefs in Action.

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This topic covers the whole specification of the Crime and Punishment focused on ISLAM while catering the scheme of work to allow access for all students. (Making it related to their lives). Easy to follow lessons that can be easily adapted. Lots of exam practice (in every lesson) with different activities and learning styles taken into consideration. Within this topic and what you will be buying in 14 good quality resources that were made from scratch and have been taught and tested with 4 GCSE groups. All lessons have a exam question as a title - this then is answered at the end of the lesson to show progression over time using the knowledge they have learnt throughout the lesson. Resources cover: Justice Crime Muslim attitudes to good, evil and suffering Attitudes to punishment. The aims of punishment. Forgiveness. Treatment of criminals. The death penalty. Within: Lessons and hand-outs (within slides and individually). 1- ‘There is no such thing as good and evil’. 2 - Explain the difference between natural and moral evil. 3 - Explain two reasons why you think people suffer. 4 - ‘There is no such thing as justice’. 5 - Outline Jewish beliefs on justice. 6 - Explain two reasons why crimes occur. 7 - ‘We need harsher punishments in the UK’. 8-9 - Explain two Jewish beliefs about punishment. 10 - Explain two Jewish teachings of how we should treat criminals. 11 - ‘Not all actions can be forgiven’. 12 - ‘Capital punishment should be the ultimate punishment’.
Human Development Index - why does it vary between countries GCSE 9-1
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Human Development Index - why does it vary between countries GCSE 9-1

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GCSE lesson for GEOGRAPHY. Catered for the EDEXCEL specification B exam board- Topic: ‘Developing Dynamics. The lesson is easily taught to students with resources located either within the lesson (end slides and throughout the presentation) or separately. The resource covers a range of learning styles with challenge present throughout the lesson and can easily be adapted to suit individuals with differing learning needs or whole groups. The lesson title is an exam question which will then be answered at the end of the lesson. This lesson is based upon an exam question within the subject specification and SoW. Students will look WHY HDI VARIES ACROSS COUNTIES. The lesson is aimed at a mixed ability class and therefore suits all abilities with challenge to target the higher ability students.
Why should we celebrate the Nobel Peace Prize.
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Why should we celebrate the Nobel Peace Prize.

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A resource to coincide with the Yr9, KS3 scheme of work 'Peace and Conflict'. A research lesson in a computer room for students to look at the previous winners of the Nobel Peace Prize and how they won it. Students had a research lesson and then made posters in the next lesson to then feedback to the class their individual winner. Good for wall displays. Easily adaptable resource.
What makes a successful community?
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What makes a successful community?

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Really good resource for all ages. It allows students to really think about what qualities we need within people to build a successful community. Has challenge within it, discussion as well as thinking skills and group work. It is a good lesson which will take at least 2 lessons. You can do a presentation after to run into 3 lessons. My students love it.
Hindu Creation Story - KS3 National Curriculum
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Hindu Creation Story - KS3 National Curriculum

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The lesson is easily taught to students with resources located either within the lesson (end slides and throughout the presentation) or separately. The resource covers a range of learning styles with challenge present throughout the lesson and can easily be adapted to suit individuals with differing learning needs or whole groups. It has Ofsted in mind and has a clear lesson journey from start to finish. The lesson title is an exam question which will then be answered at the end of the lesson. This lesson is based upon an exam question within the subject specification and SoW. Students will look at ‘How was the world created?’. The lesson is aimed at a mixed ability class and therefore suits all abilities with challenge to target the higher ability students. Students all managed to be successfully engaged.
How was our world created - Science and Religion KS3 National Curriculum
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How was our world created - Science and Religion KS3 National Curriculum

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Lessons cover: The Big Bang Evolution How did we get here? How long have we been here for? Christian Creation Hindu Creation. These lessons are easily taught to students with resources located either within the lesson (end slides and throughout the presentation) or separately. The resources covers a range of learning styles with challenge present throughout the lesson and can easily be adapted to suit individuals with differing learning needs or whole groups. All lessons have Ofsted in mind and has a clear lesson journey from start to finish. The lesson title is an exam question which will then be answered at the end of the lesson. This lesson is based upon an exam question within the subject specification and SoW. Students will look at ‘How was the world created?’. The lesson is aimed at a mixed ability class and therefore suits all abilities with challenge to target the higher ability students. Students all managed to be successfully engaged.
Citizenship Today for EDEXCEL (NEW) GCSE (9-1): THEME C: HOW THE LAW WORKS. WHOLE TOPIC.
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Citizenship Today for EDEXCEL (NEW) GCSE (9-1): THEME C: HOW THE LAW WORKS. WHOLE TOPIC.

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This topic covers the whole specification (Citizenship Edexcel NEW GCSE 9-1) of the Theme B – HOW THE LAW WORKS. It comprises of lessons while catering for the scheme of work to allow easy access to all students (low to high ability). Some lessons have been combined together; however, they can easily be separated. What you will be receiving is at least 10 great quality lessons all built from scratch, each with hand-out’s (in slides and individual word doc’s) and plenty of exam practice. Each lesson, the title is an exam question that will be answered at the end of the lesson. This shows good learning overtime (OFSTEAD) and questions the knowledge they have learnt. These lessons have been taught to two mixed ability groups as well as a low ability group and has been adapted to suit. They are easy to follow and when you buy these you will have very limited planning. Each lesson took an hour and 30 minutes (at least) to plan. Resources cover from Scheme of Work this was then put into 10+ different lessons to suit. What’s the point of law? What is law? Criminal and civil law: what’s the difference? Who puts the law into practice? Criminal courts. Solving civil disputes. What sort of sentence. Young people and the justice system. What’s happening to crime? How can we reduce crime? The law: a citizen’s responsibilities and rights. Capital punishment Some of these lessons do go over 1 hour – especially if you complete the longer exam questions and green pen.
GCSE Geography Edexcel B (9-1) New GCSE - Topic Hazardous Earth
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GCSE Geography Edexcel B (9-1) New GCSE - Topic Hazardous Earth

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You will be receiving over 18 lessons. Some of the lessons provided are for a double period so some lessons make take up two hours. These lessons can easily be adapted to suit you as the teacher, and the students you are teaching. Overall, these lessons have been used for a very mixed ability class who have very different learning needs and styles. Students enjoyed this and one of the lessons is a follow up lesson from our Geography trip to the London Olympic Park and London Docklands. What you will be getting. Most lessons will have hand-outs (some hand-outs are within the powerpoint). - With Volcano/Earthquake/Hurricane topics - you can google the Hazard name into google with 'geofile' and it will come up with a great case study i.e. google -'Haiti Earthquake 2010 geofile'. Most lessons will challenge different learning styles and needs. Most lessons will have differing targets, geography skills and aspirations. Most lessons will have differing maps and graphs to analyse and work on. Lessons covered: Global temperatures - it's a breeze. The global circulation. The world's arid regions. Geographical skills: learning about climate. The causes of climate change in the past. Past climates - how do we know? Changing the atmosphere. Changing climate. Batten down the hatches! How do tropical cyclones form? The impacts of tropical cyclone Aila. Planning and preparing for cyclones - 1 Bangladesh. Planning and preparing for cyclones - 2 The USA. Inside the Earth. The Earth's heat engine. Plate tectonics. Boundary Hazards. Volcanoes in the developing world. Developing world volcanic hazards. Earthquake! Earthquakes in the developing world.
Indirect threats to the Rainforest - Climate Change - GEOGRAPHY GCSE 9-1 WHOLE LESSON
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Indirect threats to the Rainforest - Climate Change - GEOGRAPHY GCSE 9-1 WHOLE LESSON

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GCSE lesson for GEOGRAPHY. Catered for the EDEXCEL specification B exam board- Topic: ‘Forests under Threat’. The lesson is easily taught to students with resources located either within the lesson (end slides and throughout the presentation) or separately. The resource covers a range of learning styles with challenge present throughout the lesson and can easily be adapted to suit individuals with differing learning needs or whole groups. It has Ofsted in mind and has a clear lesson journey from start to finish. The lesson title is an exam question which will then be answered at the end of the lesson. This lesson is based upon an exam question within the subject specification and SoW. Students will look at the biosphere and how humans are having an impact. The lesson will focus on the indirect threats to the rainforest - focusing on climate stress and climate change. The lesson is aimed at a mixed ability class and therefore suits all abilities with challenge to target the higher ability students. Students all managed to be successfully engaged whilst also completing a GCSE exam question and green pen it.
What is a Christian's response to Evil and Suffering?
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What is a Christian's response to Evil and Suffering?

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Focus on the good question of 'If God is all-loving and all-knowing, then why does he allow evil to occur?' Lots of things to talk about. Story of Job is used where students must unpick aspects of the story and the Christian response to evil and suffering.