A nice lesson that covers the three industrial sectors in a lot of detail. The lesson introduces the three sectors with relevant theory and examples and reasons why each sector may be increasing or decreasing. I have included many tasks throughout the lesson. This includes a fun traffic light style quiz that looks at examples and gets students to guess which sector or sectors they belong in. The lesson concludes with a nice task where students have to write and draw a nice timeline for an industry of their choice and how it can change over the three sectors. A good lesson aimed at GCSE which could be used for Business Studies, Economics and Geography students,
A PowerPoint presentation focusing on the introduction of basic economics concepts to learners. Suitable for IGCSE, A Level and IB Economics.
Highly quality power points presentation with beautiful fonts and graphics.
Pupils know the positive and negative impacts of economic development and globalisation on people and the environment. Consists of group research on the various aspects of environmental pollution in India and present their findings to the rest of the group.
Pupils understand the role of globalisation and government policy in the development of India. For the main task pupils read information cards related to “The role of globalisation,” “Importance of the service sector, ”Transport and technology” and “Government Policy.” They then create a detailed mind-map to illustrate how globalisation and government policy has influenced economic change in India.
Pupils understand how rapid economic change has created different regions in India with case study examples of Maharashtra (Mumbai) and Bihar. Pupils understand the differences between core and periphery. Pupils produce two fact cards on life in Maharashtra and Bihar. They read the factsheets and identify the differences in life in relation to employment, housing, infrastructure and services. Summarise the key differences identified and write in their handout.
Detail lesson on the DTM originally designed for the new AQA GCSE module the Changing Economic World. Could be taught over 1 lesson in brief or 2 lessons in detail. Includes lesson aim, tasks, extensions and homework.
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10 lessons planned for a Year 7 class with differentiated challenges and support activities. Learning objectives are based on the language of Bloom's revised taxonomy. The lessons include:
Media perceptions of Africa
Africa's Physical features
Drought/Horn of Africa
The Royal Geographical Society also provide a lesson on the causes of war, based on Darfur, which may compliment these lessons.
AQA GCSE geography case studies on BedZED, One Child Policy, Hulme, Hurricane Mitch and The Alps.
Individually priced at £2 - totalling £10, however just £6 for all five of these resources in this bundle!
8 part lesson series (20 files) for the GCSE module The Changing Economic World. This is part of the module alongside The Development Gap and The Changing UK Economy. Specifically designed for the new AQA A Geography GCSE but also suitable for Edexcel and OCR. 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.
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1 - Introducing Nigeria
2 - Exploring Nigeria
3 - Nigeria in the wider world
4 - Manufacturing and TNCs in Nigeria
5 - Aid to Nigeria
6 - Managing Environmental Issues
7 - Quality of life in Nigeria
8 - A different perspective: 2 x short documentaries