Supporting your geography students

Templates, essay writing scaffolds, checklists and supporting documents to help geography students get the grade.

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Resources designed to assist learners and help them to demonstrate their subject knowledge

To give your students the greatest chance of success, it is essential to go beyond the teaching of content to making sure that learners can express their understanding clearly in writing. Here is a range of resources that will give your class the tools to logically explain their ideas, support their comprehension and scaffold their responses.

Improving written answers

Develop learners’ geographical terminology and improve the quality of student answers using some of these top scaffold resources. 

Improving extended writing in Geography

Improving extended writing in Geography

Connectives will help students progress through the levels by helping them develop their extended writing. Posters designed to be displayed in KS3 (though could be used for older and younger children) classrooms.
Geography 'A' Level Exam Essay Paragraph Structure
J Tomlinson

Geography 'A' Level Exam Essay Paragraph Structure

P.E.A.C.E. (Point, Evidence, A Grade Explanation, Criticism, Evaluate) Get your students using this guide to writing paragraphs in their 'A&' Level geography exams especially with WJEC. Inspired by my own A-Level Geography Teacher. It really does maximise your students potential if they ...
A Level Geography essay writing technique cheat sheet
Naomi Moore

A Level Geography essay writing technique cheat sheet

A bullet point tick list guide taking students through introductions, main essay body and conclusions, complete with examples of each. Was used as a basis for my lecture on A Level exam technique at The Training Partnerships geography conference for Sixth Form.

Reference tools

Check out this selection of reference tools designed to check student understanding, stretch and challenge more able students and promote independent learning.