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China

20 part lesson series exploring the human and physical geography of China. This module focuses on a range of relevant geographical issues whilst building essential GCSE geography skills. All lesson are suitable for 50 minutes to 1 hour of teaching time. Includes supporting worksheets for lessons and homeworks - no additional resources are required. Most suitable for KS3 (Y9 or high achieving Y8). For more resources visit thisisgeography.co.uk Lesson sequence: 1 – Introduction to China 2 – What is China like? 3 – Describing and explaining China 4 – How is China changing? 5 – Made in China 6 – Industry problems and solutions 7 – ICT fake goods 8 – One child policy 9 – Consumers in China 10 – Progress test 11 – Three Gorges Dam 12 – Contrasting China 13 – Is China a LEDC or a MEDC? 14 – Communism 15 – History of China 16 – Sustainable China 17 – Environmental issues 18 – ICT mystery 19 – Revision 20 – End of unit test
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Pollution in China - Geography of China 5Quick View

Pollution in China - Geography of China 5

This is a full 1 hour lesson that introduces pollution in China to 11-14 year old students. The lesson is part of a unit on the Geography of China, though it could easily be adapted to other place based examples or a general lesson on the causes and effects of urban and industrial pollution. The lesson consists of 1 powerpoint and 5 worksheets including a differentiated resource - please see the sample images. Learning Outcome 1 - 'I understand the causes of environmental pollution in China.' Learning Outcome 2 - 'I understand the negative social effects of environmental pollution in China.' In the lesson we look at: - Causes and effects of pollution in China - A drama based activity that requires imagination and group work - An extended piece of writing The lesson is designed to be visually engaging, with 'to the point' content that's easy to pick up and run with at short notice. Ease of use is my aim, so the lesson includes a compact presentation with instructions and guidance in the notes section below each slide, it also includes fully referenced handouts with printing instructions and is of course, proof read. Please feel free to leave a quick review as these lessons take a lot of time and effort! Happy teaching!
HotForest
China's One Child PolicyQuick View

China's One Child Policy

This lesson explores China's One Child Policy - the background, issues and different opinions. This lesson includes a range of activities, in particular reading through a short passage on the policy and blacking out irrelevant information, rather than highlighting the relevant - this is a really good activity if you want to challenge them! I had originally planned this as one lesson, but students become so fascinated in the topic that it is much better to spend time debating the policy and spread over two lessons. Used for 7th grade, but am also going to be using these activities with 9th grade too so could easily be adapted for other grades and abilities. Please rate my resources! Thank you :)
emmarh0810
Lesson 2: China's physical featuresQuick View

Lesson 2: China's physical features

To start with students need to complete the activity Human or Physical - this is when they look a features of China and decide which are physical. From this students work in groups completing the activity 'Home and Away'. This is where one person from each group goes to collect information from a station and returns to tell the rest of their group what they have discovered; this activity has four different stations. Students are to then use a atlas/map of China to mark the physical features of China on their own map. To end students are to sketch a quick map of what they have just completed highlighting the physical features of China.
Emsie125
Lesson 3 - China's Climate Quick View

Lesson 3 - China's Climate

To start students decide what it is like to live in China? They use photograph to show what they think best represent the climate in China and give reasons why. Students are introduced to a climate graph, showing them temperature and rainfall in a city or country. Students are then to complete a small exam Question: Describe what the climate in Beijing is like. They use the climate graph to help them with this and then can peer assess their partners answer. Students are then to complete a living graph. They decide where 9 statements ‘best’ fit on the climate graph and write the statements around the graph then draw an arrow to the place that you think it belongs to. An extension task of giving reasons "Where did you put your statements and why?" can be completed. Finally students are to compare Beijing’s to London’s - showing the difference in the type of weather they/we get at different times of the year.
Emsie125
The Growth of ChinaQuick View

The Growth of China

A series of three self contained worksheets that deal with the global shift of manufacturing. They all have resource material and a past GCSE exam question included. They are based on the AQA A Syllabus, Globalisation Unit. They could be adapted to other syllabi, as the concepts are quite generic. Useful as AFL and exam question practice but would also work well as cover resources.
tosh740
ChinaQuick View

China

Powerpoint presentation providing information about China.
leeyounger
China Lesson 7 - Made in ChinaQuick View

China Lesson 7 - Made in China

This is a Year 8 unit of work, lesson 7. The focus is made in China. The rest of the unit of work is on the TES website lesson by lesson - a series of 13 lessons including a SOW, an assessment, assessment review, homework project and a glossary.
debbielythe
Geography of China - A Key Stage 3 Unit of WorkQuick View

Geography of China - A Key Stage 3 Unit of Work

A half price bundle of 7 lessons aimed at covering contemporary issues in China for 11-14 year olds. The unit is fully annotated and contains explicit instructions of how to use the worksheets and and where they link into the powerpoint presentations. The topics covered are: 1.Geography of China 2. Chinese Culture 3. Rural Urban Migration 4. Manufacturing and the Multiplier Effect 5. Pollution in China 6. Working Conditions 7. One Child Policy
HotForest
China: Introduction Lesson - Geography of China 1Quick View

China: Introduction Lesson - Geography of China 1

This is a 1 hour KS3 lesson that introduces China to Key Stage 3 students through a picture exercise and an atlas enquiry task. The lesson is the first lesson of a unit on China. This lesson is also available as part of a bundle on China. Learning Outcome 1 – ‘I can describe China's location and key human and physical geographical characteristics and explain why they are important.' This lesson covers the following themes: - An overview of the physical and human geography of China - Map and atlas skills - Understanding and interpreting challenging geographic data relating to countries. Ease of use is the aim, so the lesson includes a compact presentation with full instructions and guidance in the notes section below each slide, it also includes labelled, organised, challenge / extension handouts with printing instructions and is of course, proof read. These resources take me hours to pull together so please leave a review if they’ve helped you out in the classroom :) Happy teaching!
HotForest
China's Rural to Urban Migration Lesson ResourcesQuick View

China's Rural to Urban Migration Lesson Resources

This lesson teaches students about rural to urban migration in China, focusing on why it happens (push and pull factors) and the positive or negative impacts this has. The resources are differentiated and straightforward to use. I used this with a low to mid level year 9 class.
MatthewJS
Rural Urban Migration - Geography of China 3Quick View

Rural Urban Migration - Geography of China 3

This is a full 1 hour lesson that introduces Rural - Urban Migration to 11-14 year olds. The lesson is part of a unit on the Geography of China, though it could easily be adapted to other place based examples such as rural-urban migration in Brazil. It consists of 1 powerpoint and 3 worksheets, including homework. Learning Outcome 1 - 'I understand what peoples lives are like in rural China.' Learning Outcome 2 - 'I can explain what makes people move from the countryside to the city.' The lesson covers: - The concept of push pull factors - Push pull factors in China - City life in china, building into the next lesson in the sequence The lesson is designed to be visually appealing, with 'to the point' content that's easy to pick up and run with at short notice. The lesson includes a full presentation with instructions and guidance in the notes section below each slide, it also includes fully referenced handouts with printing instructions and is of course proof read. Happy teaching!
HotForest
Three Gorges Dam, ChinaQuick View

Three Gorges Dam, China

KS3 - KS4 lesson on assessing the positives and negatives of the Three Gorges Dam project in China. Lesson includes custom videos which pupils have to assess the positives and negatives. Detailed lesson plan, powerpoint, and report writing frame with challenge questions.
swedishdave
ChinaQuick View

China

China, This Kid's Life is a booklet that focuses on how a child lives daily life in a different country, compared to how people live in their own country. This particular book tracks the life of a girl named Li Min who lives in the country of China. Included: 1. A pre-test to see what your students know about China 2. A letter from Li Min that describes her life in China 3. Facts about China and discussion questions 4. Word Search Puzzle 5. Secret Code Puzzle 6. Chinese New Year Lesson and Activity 7. Make Your Own Peasant Hat Activity 8. Design Your Own Rice Dish Activity 9. Postcard Writing Activity 10. If I had to go to school on Saturdays...Writing Activity 11. Basic Chinese Phrases 12. Crossword Puzzle about China 13. Dragon Activity 14. Lantern Graphic Organizer and Writing Sheet 15. All about China This packet is perfect for celebrating Chinese New Year and for any time of the year when you want to give your students more insight into China. Check out these other countries from the same series of This Kid's Life: Bundle of all Countries - includes a big discount! China France Germany Japan Mexico Italy India Canada Norway Russia Ireland Brazil England Australia Saudi Arabia Spain South Korea Thailand Morocco New Zealand Netherlands Argentina Peru Ukraine Portugal Finland Tunisia Kenya Scotland Puerto Rico Israel Greece Chile Antarctica Egypt United States Switzerland Hungary Colombia Belgium Wales Venezuela Turkey Dominican Republic Guatemala Costa Rica Cuba Sweden Tanzania Madagascar Ethiopia Poland Pakistan Slovakia Iceland Austria All artwork is original and create by myself. Thanks for looking at my products, Yvonne Crawford
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Exploring China - Lesson 2 - China's PopulationQuick View

Exploring China - Lesson 2 - China's Population

Second Lesson on the termly SOW Exploring China, this lesson covers China's huge population, density and the One Child Policy. Lesson is based on a 100 minute session. Thanks to the TES Contributers on the Mai Ling mystery and the population density map/data.
sghorn
China's Population DensityQuick View

China's Population Density

A lesson using choropleth maps to describe where people live in China. Students will create a map and then look at the reasons as to why different parts of China are densely or sparsely populated.
mrgeography333
China 2: "MADE IN CHINA"Quick View

China 2: "MADE IN CHINA"

Powerpoint inspired by the RGS scheme of work "China Today". Whole lesson, includes starter (multinational companies), comparison of Shenzhen in 1970 with today, Geographical mystery about Apple's involvement ion China (WHAT were the reasons for moving iPhone production to China? HOW were the Foxconn workers treated? WHY are there nets outside Foxconn factory windows? WHO benefits from Apple products being made in China? ), differentiated questions (Explain why Apple was so interested in making its products in China; Compare the opinions of a Foxconn worker in China with an Apple customer in the UK. Then give your opinion of Foxconn/Apple; Describe the living and working conditions inside a Chinese factory like Foxconn) and plenary (the suicide of Ma Xiang Qian )
pompey_rich
Made in China? Manufacturing and global economyQuick View

Made in China? Manufacturing and global economy

Students understand how to classify industries and look closely at the rising power and dominance of China as a key global player in the world market. Students regard propaganda and analyse data as well as having the opportunity to improve data presentation skills. The self assessment rubric is also included for students to self assess in line with the scheme of work for China.
Jillylo12
Chinese Factories: Working Conditions - Geography of China 6Quick View

Chinese Factories: Working Conditions - Geography of China 6

This is a full 1 hour lesson that introduces working conditions in Chinese factories to students aged 11-14 years. The lesson is part of a unit on the Geography of China, though it could easily be adapted to other place based examples or a general lesson on working conditions and factories. The lesson includes 1 powerpoint presentation and 2 worksheets. The lesson is primarily concerned with the issue of factory working conditions in developing countries and how it affects quality of life for the workers, the preceding lesson in the sequence covers the benefits of manufacturing and the following lesson in the sequence covers pollution. Learning Outcome 1 - 'I understand what it’s like to work in some Chinese factories' In the lesson we look at: - Who are Foxconn - Working conditions in their factories - Reasons why these jobs are still in demand - How this affects us Ease of use is my aim, so the lesson includes a compact presentation with instructions and guidance in the notes section below each slide, it also includes fully referenced handouts with printing instructions and is of course proof read. The lesson is designed to be visually appealing, with 'to the point' content that's easy to pick up and run with at short notice. Please take the time to leave me a quick review on how you found the materials. Happy teaching!
HotForest
Lesson 1 - Exploring ChinaQuick View

Lesson 1 - Exploring China

First lesson in a term SOW on Exploring China. This lesson explores where China is in the World and features (both human and physical). Links to the GA SOW. Lesson is based on 100 minute sessions. Thanks to the TES Contributor for the China Worksheet!
sghorn