People and environment teaching resources: Resource management

Resources and ideas for geography, people and environment, resource management, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

Flooding

Flooding

Flood response task and flooding case study Cockermouth in the Lake District, also includes a lesson on how to prepare for a flood in a group style lesson delivery

By leighbee23

New Deal - CCC

New Deal - CCC

This outstanding resource is designed to help students evaluate how successful the New Deal was at putting the USA back to work through the alphabet agencies by looking at the role played the Civilian Conservation Corps. This lesson is one of a series looking in detail at the role played by each of the New Deal alphabet agencies. It is designed to be a case study so there is some overlap if you have bought some of the other resources. However, if you have then you will already know the high standards that we set ourselves at the History Academy when we create our resources. When you buy this resource you will download a PowerPoint with twenty two slides that include information, sources, links to video clips and nine activities. Activity 1 is a snowballing starter. Activity 2 is based around a class discussion of FDR's inauguration speech the aims of the New Deal. Activity 3 is a discussions around an animated diagram about how consumer fear was undermining the US economy and making unemployment worse. Activity 4 looks at 'pump priming' and why certain groups opposed it and is linked to a source analysis question. Activity 5 is based around a class or pair discussion about a key quote by the historian John Salmond about the aims of the CCC. Activity 6 looks at the important questions about why FDR made helping young men and the environment a top personal priority. Activity 7 is source analysis question based around how the CCC aimed to help young men, whilst activity 8 is designed to get students to review two sources and two short video clips to help them evaluate how successful the CCC was at achieving its core aims. Finally, activity 9 rounds the lesson off by reviewing the good and bad points of working in the CCC. The aims and objectives of this lesson are: Theme: How successful was the New Deal 1933 – 1939? Know: What were the aims of the New Deal? Understand: How did the CCC try to help young men and the environment? Evaluate: How successful was the CCC? WILF – What Am I Looking For? Identify & describe: What action did FDR take to end the Depression? Explain: How did the CCC try and help young men and the environment? Analyse: How successful was the New Deal 1933 – 1939? If you like this resource then why not check out my other resources on this topic in my TES shop. You can also follow 'The History Academy' on Twitter, Google Plus, YouTube and Facebook for the latest updates or even to get in touch and chat about how you have used this resource or to ask questions. We aim to produce cheap and affordable resources for either the price of a good cup of coffee or a happy meal so that you can spend more time doing the things that you want. Anyway, have fun and stay in touch via social media for the latest updates. Kind Regards Roy

By Roy_Huggins

Resources 3: Peak Oil - When the Oil Runs Out - KS3 (Full 1 Hour Lesson Pack)

Resources 3: Peak Oil - When the Oil Runs Out - KS3 (Full 1 Hour Lesson Pack)

This is a full 1 hour lesson that investigates what 'peak oil' is and the implications it may have. The lesson is the third lesson of a unit on natural resources and energy, though it could easily be adapted to other themes or used as a standalone lesson.Learning Outcome 1 – ‘I understand why there is rising demand for oil around the world and the idea behind falling supply.'This lesson covers the following themes:Oil demand, supply and consumptionThe concept of 'Peak oil'Global problems and outcomesQualitative analysis of these outcomes and problemsEase 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!

By HotForest

New Deal: Civilian Conservation Corps

New Deal: Civilian Conservation Corps

This outstanding resource is designed to help students evaluate how successful the New Deal was at putting the USA back to work through the alphabet agencies by looking at the role played the Civilian Conservation Corps.This lesson is one of a series looking in detail at the role played by each of the New Deal alphabet agencies. It is designed to be a case study so there is some overlap if you have bought some of the other resources. However, if you have then you will already know the high standards that we set ourselves at the History Academy when we create our resources.When you buy this resource you will download a PowerPoint with twenty two slides that include information, sources, links to video clips and nine activities. Activity 1 is a snowballing starter. Activity 2 is based around a class discussion of FDR's inauguration speech the aims of the New Deal. Activity 3 is a discussions around an animated diagram about how consumer fear was undermining the US economy and making unemployment worse. Activity 4 looks at 'pump priming' and why certain groups opposed it and is linked to a source analysis question. Activity 5 is based around a class or pair discussion about a key quote by the historian John Salmond about the aims of the CCC. Activity 6 looks at the important questions about why FDR made helping young men and the environment a top personal priority. Activity 7 is source analysis question based around how the CCC aimed to help young men, whilst activity 8 is designed to get students to review two sources and two short video clips to help them evaluate how successful the CCC was at achieving its core aims. Finally, activity 9 rounds the lesson off by reviewing the good and bad points of working in the CCC.The aims and objectives of this lesson are:Theme: How successful was the New Deal 1933 – 1939?Know: What were the aims of the New Deal?Understand: How did the CCC try to help young men and the environment?Evaluate: How successful was the CCC?WILF – What Am I Looking For?Identify & describe: What action did FDR take to end the Depression?Explain: How did the CCC try and help young men and the environment?Analyse: How successful was the New Deal 1933 – 1939?If you like this resource then why not check out my other resources on this topic in my TES shop. You can also follow 'The History Academy' on Twitter, Google Plus, YouTube and Facebook for the latest updates or even to get in touch and chat about how you have used this resource or to ask questions. We aim to produce cheap and affordable resources for either the price of a good cup of coffee or a happy meal so that you can spend more time doing the things that you want.Anyway, have fun and stay in touch via social media for the latest updates.Kind RegardsRoy

By Roy_Huggins

ECOSYSTEMS + TROPICAL RAINFORESTS AQA GCSE (2016+)

ECOSYSTEMS + TROPICAL RAINFORESTS AQA GCSE (2016+)

This bundle of resources is designed to meet the AQA GCSE specification for ecosystems (3.1.2.1) and tropical rainforests (3.1.2.2).Each lesson is clearly structured and resourced for ease of use and delivery. Although there are 7 seperate lessons, some content may take 2 lessons to deliver.

By cmcdonnell

RAINFOREST ECOSYSTEMS AQA GCSE (2016+): Sustainable management of tropical rainforests [Lesson 7]

RAINFOREST ECOSYSTEMS AQA GCSE (2016+): Sustainable management of tropical rainforests [Lesson 7]

This lesson (will take 2 lesson slots to deliver) is designed for the new AQA GCSE for 3.1.2.2 Tropical rainforests - as per the specification.Lesson description:- Starter task: Settling in task to recap prior lesson's learning.- Clear learning objectives and success criteria are outlined based on the specification.- Main learning tasks: + Recap and development of understanding about the importance of tropical rainforests through a reading task (word document). This is consolidated through an exam style question (9 marks) with writing structure support and a levelled mark scheme provided.+ Task to create a definition of the term 'sustainable'.+ Hyperlinked video and quick task to summarise unsustainable practices in tropical rainforests before the main learning task on sustainable management strategies is introduced. This activity is supported with SEN structured table (printable version on slide 9) and additional reading notes (word document). The slide does reference a text book (AQA GCSE GeographyCambridge student book by R. Kitchen et al.) however if you don't have this the hand-out has everything you will need. To stretch the more able there are challenge reading resources available to print at the end of the PPT on slides 10-12.- Plenary - Task to summarise and consolidate this lesson's learning in an evaluative style, partially as preparation for that aspect of Paper 3 examination.- Further reading - a range of age appropriate hyperlinked further reading websites have been provided.

By cmcdonnell

Science Week Bundle

Science Week Bundle

A collection of science themed resources and activities that you might enjoy for British Science Week.

By sarah277

Why do people live near volcanoes?

Why do people live near volcanoes?

This lesson has been designed for key stage 3 students who are learning about volcanoes.Lesson plan:Starter: Get students thinking about why people may want to live near a volcano. This is a good discussion/Q and A opportunity with supporting images that can be linked during or after the Q and A.Learning objective: Clear learning objective with success criteria outlined.Main learning tasks:- Simple learning task where students draw and label a diagram to illustrate the benefits of living near a volcano. This is then labelled using the information on the slide and additional diagrams and labels added using further reading resources (suggested textbook outlined). There are supporting hand-outs at the end of the PPT. - Slides 4 - 7 then provide some place specific examples of the consequences of living too close.Plenary - Consolidation of learning where students evaluate if the benefits outweigh the risks.

By cmcdonnell

NEW OCR B Enquiring Minds SUSTAINING ECOSYSTEMS 2016-2017 13) Walk and Talk DIT WITH ANSWERS

NEW OCR B Enquiring Minds SUSTAINING ECOSYSTEMS 2016-2017 13) Walk and Talk DIT WITH ANSWERS

An end of topic exam focusing on ecosystems, location of biomes, the rainforest and Arctic biomes and sustainable management. The exam corresponds directly with questions from the new OCR B syllabus, assesses a range of different skills, incorporates a diversity of different questions - including 4, 6 and 8 mark questions - and has a SPaG mark. Worth a buy to complete the unit. PLEASE SEE SUSTAINING ECOSYSTEMS BUNDLE for ALL lessons.This lesson relates to a poor result from my students on this exam. The Walk and Talk Presentation attached goes through the exam paper in detail on each question, breaking it down by the CUBE strategy, explaining how to ANSWER it, and providing model answers. It also shows techniques such as CUBE, so what? and the PEEL technique. I will in the future Walk and Talk Mocks to help my students understand how to answer the NEW OCR B syllabus questions in preparation for their terminal exams.Well worth a buy as it has taken 2 hours to do. I have provided a copy of the exam paper with ANSWERS. It encourages learning outside the classroom (LOTC) and the PiXL strategy DIT (Directly Improvement Time).

By GJDavis27

WJEC B 2017 NEW LESSONS 19) Types of Aid WITH ANSWERS

WJEC B 2017 NEW LESSONS 19) Types of Aid WITH ANSWERS

The lesson has ANSWERS for exam questions which students can peer or self assess. The lesson has been rejuvenated for final teaching this year.The settler task is a worksheet to recap types of trade. In addition, the other settler is to give an example of each NGO in the news currently with the type of crisis that they are supporting and why. The starter is a mind map centered around the hyperlink to a video. The homework is to research an NGO giving the types of aid it supports within Mali/Niger in relation to development and emergency aid. The main task focuses on the different types of aid and is consolidated in a worksheet attached. ANSWERS are given n the types of aid on the slide (seen opposite). The students justify the reasons. The main also uses the WJEC B textbook questions with ANSWERS to build a case study foundation on Mali/Niger and the type of aid given. The can also begin the case study on the topic and consolidate it for homework. The development is aimed at empathy through the video links whilst the plenary shows an advert with irony for discussion.

By GJDavis27

GCSE Geography- Sustainable Urban Development

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

AQA GCSE 9-1: Tropical Rainforest Case Study - Knowledge Organiser and Revision Summary Sheets

AQA GCSE 9-1: Tropical Rainforest Case Study - Knowledge Organiser and Revision Summary Sheets

This resource consists of a series of concise summaries that cover the content required for tropical ecosystem case study of the new AQA Course. Included:1. Subject Specific Vocabulary Sheet - Ecosystems2. Subject Specific Vocabulary Sheet - TRF3. Knowledge Organiser - Distribution, Structure, Soils and Adaptations.4. Knowledge Organiser - Causes of Deforestation, Impacts and Management (Malaysia Case Study)

By tosh740

WJEC B UDSE 2017 1-12 BUNDLE

WJEC B UDSE 2017 1-12 BUNDLE

The FINAL teaching of the WJEC B OLD syllabus this year for UDSE. The students are near completion with 3 more lessons. These include topics and case studies such as development and case studies such as Wales, and Malawi. This Bundle includes 3 observations all graded OUTSTANDING. All lessons are renewed and where applicable contain exam questions WITH ANSWERS.

By GJDavis27

WJEC B UDSE 2017 1-11 BUNDLE

WJEC B UDSE 2017 1-11 BUNDLE

The FINAL teaching of the WJEC B OLD syllabus this year for UDSE. The students are near completion with 3 more lessons. These include topics and case studies such as development and case studies of Wales and Apple. It includes 3 Observation lessons all graded OUTSTANDING. All lessons are renewed and where applicable contain exam questions WITH ANSWERS.

By GJDavis27

WJEC B UDSE 2017 1-10 BUNDLE

WJEC B UDSE 2017 1-10 BUNDLE

The FINAL teaching of the WJEC B OLD syllabus this year for UDSE. The students are near completion with 3 more lessons. These include topics and case studies such as work & employment and a environmental consequences on China. All lessons are renewed and where applicable contain exam questions WITH ANSWERS.

By GJDavis27

WJEC UDSE 2017 Bundle 1-15 Bundle

WJEC UDSE 2017 Bundle 1-15 Bundle

The FINAL teaching of the WJEC B OLD syllabus this year for UDSE. The students are near completion with 3 more lessons. These include topics and case studies such as globalisation and case studies of Malawi and Apple. It includes OUTSTANDING graded lessons oncluding Oftsed. All lessons are renewed and where applicable contain exam questions WITH ANSWERS.

By GJDavis27

WJEC B UDSE 2017 1-18 Bundle

WJEC B UDSE 2017 1-18 Bundle

The FINAL teaching of the WJEC B OLD syllabus this year for UDSE. The students are near completion with 3 more lessons. These include topics and case studies such as development and an interdependence case study of Tata. The lessons have three observations which were graded OUTSTANDING including an Ofsted one. All lessons are renewed and where applicable contain exam questions WITH ANSWERS.

By GJDavis27

WJEC B UDSE 2017 1-8 BUNDLE

WJEC B UDSE 2017 1-8 BUNDLE

The FINAL teaching of the WJEC B OLD syllabus this year for UDSE. The students are near completion with 3 more lessons. These include topics and case studies such as work & employment and a MNCs such as Apple. It also includes a lesson I was graded OUTSTANDING for in 2017. All lessons are renewed and where applicable contain exam questions WITH ANSWERS.

By GJDavis27

WJEC B UDSE 2017 1-6 BUNDLE

WJEC B UDSE 2017 1-6 BUNDLE

The FINAL teaching of the WJEC B OLD syllabus this year for UDSE. The students are near completion with 3 more lessons. These include topics and case studies such as work & employment and a environmental consequences on China. It includes a lesson in which I got Graded Outstanding for. All lessons are renewed and where applicable contain exam questions WITH ANSWERS.

By GJDavis27

WJEC UDSE Bundle 1-13 Bundle

WJEC UDSE Bundle 1-13 Bundle

The FINAL teaching of the WJEC B OLD syllabus this year for UDSE. The students are near completion with 3 more lessons. These include topics and case studies such as development and an interdependence case study of Tata. All lessons are renewed and where applicable contain exam questions WITH ANSWERS.

By GJDavis27

WJEC UDSE 2017 Bundle 1-17 Bundle

WJEC UDSE 2017 Bundle 1-17 Bundle

The FINAL teaching of the WJEC B OLD syllabus this year for UDSE. The students are near completion with 3 more lessons. These include topics and case studies such as development and an interdependence case study of Tata. It contains lesson observations GRADED OUTSTANDING including an Ofsted one, All lessons are renewed and where applicable contain exam questions WITH ANSWERS.

By GJDavis27

WJEC UDSE Bundle 1-14 Bundle

WJEC UDSE Bundle 1-14 Bundle

The FINAL teaching of the WJEC B OLD syllabus this year for UDSE. The students are near completion with 3 more lessons. These include topics and case studies such as development and case studies are Apple and Malawi. It includes graded OUTSTANDING observations including an Ofsted one. All lessons are renewed and where applicable contain exam questions WITH ANSWERS.

By GJDavis27

WJEC B UDSE 2017 1-4 BUNDLE

WJEC B UDSE 2017 1-4 BUNDLE

The FINAL teaching of the WJEC B OLD syllabus this year for UDSE. The students are near completion with 3 more lessons. These include topics and case studies such as work & employment and a changing industry such as Wales. All lessons are renewed and where applicable contain exam questions WITH ANSWERS.

By GJDavis27

WJEC B UDSE 2017 Industry BUNDLE

WJEC B UDSE 2017 Industry BUNDLE

The FINAL teaching of the WJEC B OLD syllabus this year for UDSE. The students are near completion with 3 more lessons. This bundle is based around industry and its impacts on the environment. It includes a case study on Apple and Nokia. All lessons are renewed and where applicable contain exam questions WITH ANSWERS.

By GJDavis27

WJEC UDSE 2017 Bundle 1-16 Bundle

WJEC UDSE 2017 Bundle 1-16 Bundle

The FINAL teaching of the WJEC B OLD syllabus this year for UDSE. The students are near completion with 3 more lessons. These include topics and case studies such as development and a trade case study of Ghana. The bundle includes Ofsted Graded OUTSTANDING lessons. All lessons are renewed and where applicable contain exam questions WITH ANSWERS.

By GJDavis27

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

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 argumentLearning 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 argumentsHow learning/understanding will be monitored:Orally - 1) Students peer Teaching – ‘No copying’ but explaining. 2) Responding to analysis, Synthesis, and evaluation questionsWritten task - Students analysing newspaper articles to extract relevant categorised informationOther Observation – Quality and depth or oral explanation of already analysed information to peers in classroom discussionPlenary – Students standing on continuum line with oral summary questioning that links back to objectives and outcomesAFL: Hands up how well they have met outcomes.Resources:PPT Geopolitics of Oil Pt 1A3 Oil and Conflict Resource Sheets PRINT SLIDEA3 Peer Teaching Sheets PRINT SLIDEDifferentiation:Lower – Have smaller/shorter articles to study – SebastianHigher – 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 tasksStay Safe with timed and controlled tasking Positive contribution in analysing and elaborating on other students opinionsEconomic wellbeing- understanding pitfalls of economic corruption in Oil Industry

By nathanoj1

Oil as a Resource? Energy & Sustainability

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

Global Patterns of Oil Production & Consumption: Online Lesson. Energy/Sustainability/Development

Global Patterns of Oil Production & Consumption: Online Lesson. Energy/Sustainability/Development

This is a well guided independent learning lesson. The Student Worksheet is well structured and leads the learners through tasks smoothly on a Computer with plenty of resources included to aid learning. Book the computer Room or Laptops for your students! Upload these resources into a file for your students to access.The Online Worksheet guides studenst through a range of tasks with detailed questions that move through the blooms taxonomy. There are 13 questions to involve the students in. The questions link to other sound websites that aid the students in their studies to explore answers.This lesson includes a range of Resources:- Cartoons- Maps- Graphs- Online Worksheet including tables and charts with links to websites to discover and research answers from.- A Student PPT for reading and independent research with.- Homework Sheet- Revision Key words and Definitions Sheet.Enjoy!

By nathanoj1

Exploring Energy! Bundle

Exploring Energy! Bundle

3x Lessons that explores;Our Daily Energy Use?Where does our Energy come from? & What is my Carbon Footprint?The first two explore renewables and non-renewables. The last lesson guides students to make geographical connections around the topic of energy & resources to solve a mystery - What caused the death of the man in the photo?A wide range of fun tasks challenges and quizzes etc that engage and challenge....Check out the lesson plans and descriptions for more detail!32% off lessonsEnjoy! (Teach with Energy!)

By nathanoj1