Cave, Arches, Stacks, Stumps\n\nLesson on Old Harry for Year 8 students - mixed ability but on the higher side. \n\nInspired by other lessons.
This is an independent learning task for students to understand the truth about what Ebola is, spread and prevention. \n\nIt was designed for KS3 geography but maybe applicable to other subjects.\n\nOriginal lesson was inspired by www.pbs.org and evidence pack has been created using a range of online resources. The English in the resources has been edited for the group, which in this case in a high achieving class so may need some adjusting.\n\nA computer room was also used to aid pupils in their enquiry.
Lesson designed for a year 7 class for BedZED but can be adjusted to other years.\n\nAlso have an A Level lesson on BedZED which I will upload
A year 7 lesson to help students with their questioning skills and describing images
Designed for year 7, but has been adapted for year 9. A look at the settlement of Kibera.
Detached, Semi-detached, terraced houses\n\nLesson to introduce year 7 pupils to the different types of houses
Lesson designed for year 7 class looking at New Towns, particularly Poundbury, Dorchester
Lesson looks at Masdar and Asada as models for future cities. Lesson relates back to work on BedZED and one planet.
Lesson was designed for year 7 class and compares New York in the 1920's and 2000&'s.
Originally designed for a year 9 topic on China but also used with year 8. This lesson looks at the conflict between China and Japan and offers pupils the opportunity to make a decision based on each side of the argument.
A comparison of the two storms to hit the UK, St Jude (2013) and Great Storm '87 (1987)\n\nInspiration taken from other resources on TES and GA website\n\n- previously taught Great Storm so students were able to complete that side unaided.
Introducing pupils to the different cities around the world with atlas skills. Lesson focuses on the advantages and disadvantages of living in an urban area.
Burgess model for year 7 pupils