SustainabilityQuick View

Sustainability

Powerpoint on sustainability including description of endangered and extinct species; factors that cause extinction and how we can conserve species for sustainable living. Example of whaling for a group activity.

By Ashlea89

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Sustainability

Powerpoint describing the 4rs with an activity at the end to analyse a toothbrush and then design a more sustainable version. Aimed at students studying Edexcel GCSE Graphic Products and follow up activity suggests pages from the textbook.

By Bry89

Year 7 and 8 - Sustainability of materialsQuick View

Year 7 and 8 - Sustainability of materials

Learning objective: 1) Students to investigate the source of a range of materials, how they are processed for use and how they can be reused, recycled or disposed of. 2) Students to evaluate the environmental consequences of the use of these materials.

By michaeloyebode

Sustaining EcosystemsQuick View

Sustaining Ecosystems

13 lessons for the OCR GCSE module Sustaining Ecosystems. This is complete module. Specifically designed for the new OCR Geography GCSE but also suitable for AQA and Edexcel. All lesson are for 50 minutes to 1 hour of teaching time. Includes supporting worksheets for lessons - no additional resources are required. All lessons have a starter and lesson aim. Extension tasks and homework also included. All PowerPoints in the same signature style. For more resources visit thisisgeography.co.uk Lesson sequence: 1 - Ecosystems 2 - Global ecosystems 3 - Tropical Rainforests 4 - The value of rainforests 5 - The human impact of rainforests 6 - Managing tropical rainforests 7 - Sustainable management of tropical rainforests 8 - Ecotourism 9 - Polar regions 10 - Opportunities in Svalbard 11 - Challenges in Svalbard 12 - Cold environments under threat 13 - Managing cold environments

By thisisgeography

Oil as a Resource? Energy & SustainabilityQuick View

Oil as a Resource? Energy & Sustainability

The Big Picture: Oil is so important as a resource that each one of us depend on it daily. Our consumption levels must be managed and a more environmentally sustainable resource must be used for the protection of the biodiversity of the earth. Learning Objectives: - Where does it come from? - How does it affect development? - What issues surround oil as a resource? - What is the future? Tasks have a variety of stimulating questions based on Graphs, Photos, Facts, Tables and pointers etc as stimulus. Idea: The Out of Oil Cartoon can be printed and placed on Desks for a thought provoking idea throughout the lesson. There is a task based on this too. Homework: In 2050...Questions. Can be used as an extension during class too. Key questions on the future, our development and sustainability in this thought provoking lesson. Enjoy!

By nathanoj1

GCSE Geography- Sustainable Urban DevelopmentQuick View

GCSE Geography- Sustainable Urban Development

Whole lesson on sustainable urban developments. Focuses on the BedZed example from South London. Features key questions, starter activity, various sources of information, worksheets and a plenary. Links to relevant youtube videos included. Suitable for all specifications of the new (2016) GCSE Geography.

By josephg89

Sustainable developmentQuick View

Sustainable development

This lesson is centred around students creating Theory of Knowledge style questions based around the economic issues linked to sustainable development and its global impact

By rjb1976

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17. Sustainable Urban Living 2/2Quick View

17. Sustainable Urban Living 2/2

AQA GCSE Geography (2016) Unit 2- Challenges In The Human Environment Section A- Urban Issues And Challenges Lesson 17- Sustainable Urban Living 2/2

By jrlinton

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16. Sustainable Urban Living 1/2Quick View

16. Sustainable Urban Living 1/2

AQA GCSE Geography (2016) Unit 2- Challenges In The Human Environment Section A- Urban Issues And Challenges 16- Sustainable Urban Living 1/2

By jrlinton

ICT - Digital Economy and SustainabilityQuick View

ICT - Digital Economy and Sustainability

These were originally used to teach Edexcel GCSE ICT but they can easily be used in some cases as stand alone ICT/Computer Science lessons. All resources are included, there are activities for students to work on as well as a power point for teaching the content. Please don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.

By Mrs_costa

Sustaining Ecosystems - Polar RegionsQuick View

Sustaining Ecosystems - Polar Regions

5 part lesson series for the OCR GCSE module Sustaining Ecosystems. This is part of the module to be taught alongside Ecosystems and Tropical Rainforests. Specifically designed for the new OCR Geography GCSE but also suitable for AQA and Edexcel. All lesson are for 50 minutes to 1 hour of teaching time. Includes supporting worksheets for lessons - no additional resources are required. All lessons have a starter and lesson aim. Extension tasks and homework also included. All PowerPoints in the same signature style. For more resources visit thisisgeography.co.uk Lesson sequence: 1 - Polar regions 2 - Opportunities in Svalbard 3 - Challenges in Svalbard 4 - Cold environments under threat 5 - Managing cold environments Full module available for £10

By thisisgeography

SustainabilityQuick View

Sustainability

Great lesson on sustainability and introducing the concept of the 6 R's. Little practical fun as well.

By dan1027

Sustainable Cities! Characteristics of a Sustainable City - DevelopmentQuick View

Sustainable Cities! Characteristics of a Sustainable City - Development

The Big Picture: Unsustainable urban living is harmful to Human life. Key idea: Attempts can be made to ensure that urban living is sustainable. Students progress as you lead them through the learning objectives. The objectives grow in difficulty. Learning Objectives: 1) To list problems of an unsustainable city- D grade 2) To define what a sustainable city is - C grade 3) To categorise the features of a sustainable city – B grade 4) To explain how a city can be sustainable - A-A* grade Resources: The PPT is the Whole Lesson *Print the last slide out as an A3 Sheet with the text in the centre for students to add a key and categorise and add their arrows and annotations around. Bell Task- On your white board/Back off your book/Post it ..... If you were to visit a UK city in 100 years time ..... What would it look like? What would it have in it and what wouldn’t be there? Main - A Variety of Tasks: - Key Word Definitions - Diagram Annotation - Discussion - Categorisations of Text - Expanded Annotations Plenary - The Hot Seat - Students can be tested in-front of the class - or ask students to sit back to back and to test each other on each of the Learning Objectives of this lesson.

By nathanoj1

Sustainability LessonQuick View

Sustainability Lesson

A great whole class lesson. Learners are to work in teams/pairs. Each group of learners is to be given a factsheets. Learners are then to be given a large sheets of paper and condense the information down to onto the paper using limited words. (10 words works well) Fact sheets are removed and learners move around the room to gain the information from other teams and use their fact sheets to teach the other learners. Lesson ends in a test of what they have learnt. Great for observations. - Lesson plan included.

By lsshales

Sustaining Ecosystems - Ecosystems and Tropical RainforestsQuick View

Sustaining Ecosystems - Ecosystems and Tropical Rainforests

8 part lesson series for the OCR GCSE module Sustaining Ecosystems. This is part of the module to be taught alongside Polar Regions. Specifically designed for the new OCR Geography GCSE but also suitable for AQA and Edexcel. All lesson are for 50 minutes to 1 hour of teaching time. Includes supporting worksheets for lessons - no additional resources are required. All lessons have a starter and lesson aim. Extension tasks and homework also included. All PowerPoints in the same signature style. For more resources visit thisisgeography.co.uk Lesson sequence: 1 - Ecosystems 2 - Global ecosystems 3 - Tropical Rainforests 4 - The value of rainforests 5 - The human impact of rainforests 6 - Managing tropical rainforests 7 - Sustainable management of tropical rainforests 8 - Ecotourism Full module available for £10

By thisisgeography

What are the Geo-Politics of Oil? Energy & SustainabilityQuick View

What are the Geo-Politics of Oil? Energy & Sustainability

Learning Objectives/Intentions: - To analyse the effects of rising oil prices and categorise effects into groups - To examine a range of newspaper articles and use information to engage in peer teaching - To evaluate some of the conflicts over oil and make choices based on reasoned argument Learning Outcomes: - All will know some of the effects of rising oil prices - All will understand some causes and effects of international conflict over oil - Most will have developed skills in questioning the value of evidence - Some will have developed skills in judging the validity of other arguments How learning/understanding will be monitored: Orally - 1) Students peer Teaching – ‘No copying’ but explaining. 2) Responding to analysis, Synthesis, and evaluation questions Written task - Students analysing newspaper articles to extract relevant categorised information Other Observation – Quality and depth or oral explanation of already analysed information to peers in classroom discussion Plenary – Students standing on continuum line with oral summary questioning that links back to objectives and outcomes AFL: Hands up how well they have met outcomes. Resources: PPT Geopolitics of Oil Pt 1 A3 Oil and Conflict Resource Sheets PRINT SLIDE A3 Peer Teaching Sheets PRINT SLIDE Differentiation: Lower – Have smaller/shorter articles to study – Sebastian Higher – Push G&T When collecting info, ask if causes are Political/Governmental or Economical/Transnational Corporation? Every Child Matters – Be healthy, Stay Safe, Enjoy and Achieve, Positive contribution, Economic Well being? Every Child Should: Enjoy Peer teaching and a variety of learning tasks Stay Safe with timed and controlled tasking Positive contribution in analysing and elaborating on other students opinions Economic wellbeing- understanding pitfalls of economic corruption in Oil Industry

By nathanoj1

Sustainability, Methods of Recovery, Renewable EnergyQuick View

Sustainability, Methods of Recovery, Renewable Energy

A fully detailed and comprehensive breakdown of the 6R's complete with sample example questions. Each areas of methods of recovery fully explained with advantages and disadvantages. As with each area of renewable energy, complete with sample exam questions.

By ljgriffiths2012

What is our  Daily Energy Use? Resources & SustainabilityQuick View

What is our Daily Energy Use? Resources & Sustainability

The Big Picture: Every one of us uses energy every day. But What is energy? if we use energy where does it come from? And how does energy affect us? Energy ultimately comes from natural resources so we need to know how to manage these resources sustainably so we all continue to have enough resources for the future generations. Cross Collaboration Idea: Why not time this lesson in collaboration with your science department also teaching on energy issues? Lesson Objectives: 1 - What is a resource? 2 - What do we use energy for? 3 - How does the demand for energy change? Starter: Students discuss and come up with key word definitions Energy and Resource - Key Word Definition. Extension Can they distinguish between energy and resource? Main 1: Students think on daily energy use and what they have used in the past 24 hrs of electricity use - Reflection Discussion Main 2" Students work through questions and tasks using the graph. Annotation and analysis skills using the energy use graph Plenary: Students test each other on the lesson objective key questions Students are asked to check their understanding at each stage of the lesson so they can demonstrate their progress. Resources Include Lesson PPT with Activities on Daily Energy Use Graph Enjoy!

By nathanoj1

independent sustainability revision sheetQuick View

independent sustainability revision sheet

A3 sheet that can be given for pupils to complete their own independent notes on sustainability. This can be used as a form of flipped learning before covering the topic more closely or class or given as a revision sheet for pupils to do as a homework.

By KNicholls89