People and environment teaching resources: Transport

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

Changing Transport Infrastructure

Changing Transport Infrastructure

Changing Transport Infrastructure AQA 2016+ Geography Full lesson with worksheet attached. Full lesson with video clips and plenty of work for students. There is also a homework task too.Explores Liverpool2 Port as well as HS2 and Heathrow Airport expansion. This lesson looks at the Social, Economic and Environmental. Positives and Negatives. This lesson ends with a longer based question to assess pupil knowledge.

By lpool12

Airport travel role play EFL KS2 whole lesson, flashcards, activity worksheets and check-in dialogue

Airport travel role play EFL KS2 whole lesson, flashcards, activity worksheets and check-in dialogue

Suitable for EFL, TEFL and KS2 students.The powerpoint has Korean/English translations but can be adapted easily. The lesson focuses on the dialogue/role-play between a passenger and an attendant:*showing a passport, *asking for a window seat* receiving a boarding passThe worksheets include:*Vocabulary list and cutting/sticking/matching activity*Create your own passport and holiday photo*Short comprehension questions *Colour in the travel stamps

By lofford1

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Exploring OIL! Bundle

Exploring OIL! Bundle

This Bundle is all about OIL! Super clear, bold, stimulating relevant lessons as a mini SOW on current Geo-politic issues that explores Non-renewable Crude Oil 3x Lessons (Global Development Slant) & Renewable Palm Oil 1x Lesson (Ecosystems Slant) The Palm oil lesson ends with a key question which summarises student knowledge of Crude Oil and Palm Oil which pulls out justifications from the students of which is more sustainable? 36% off lessons. Enjoy!

By nathanoj1

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

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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

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

Where do we get our Energy from? Resources & Sustainability

Where do we get our Energy from? Resources & Sustainability

A variety of fun and engaging tasks in this lesson! The Big Picture: Every one of us uses energy every day. But where does it come from? 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 - Where do we get our energy from?2 - What is non-renewable and renewable energy?3 - What are the advantages and disadvantages of both?Starter:Cubic Mile oil Discussion task.Explain what you see?What does this mean?Main 1:Students come up with their own Key word definition - revealStudents identify energy resourcesStudents answer questions and ask each other questions based around advantages and disadvantages of non-renewable and renewable energy pointers. Main 2:True or False Quiz TaskPlenary:Odd one Out Quiz task! - Photo IdentificationHomework - Students Highlight 5-10 key points from the articles that they learned in the lesson today. Teacher check the highlighted papers next lessonStudents are asked to check their understanding at each stage of the lesson so they can demonstrate their progress.Resources IncludeLesson PPT with Activities on and a range of clear nice photos for identification and discussion tasks1x Cubic Mile Oil DiagramOdd one Out PPTTrue False PPTNews Article - HomeworkEnjoy!

By nathanoj1

What is our  Daily Energy Use? Resources & Sustainability

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 DiscussionMain 2"Students work through questions and tasks using the graph. Annotation and analysis skills using the energy use graphPlenary:Students test each other on the lesson objective key questionsStudents are asked to check their understanding at each stage of the lesson so they can demonstrate their progress.Resources IncludeLesson PPT with Activities onDaily Energy Use GraphEnjoy!

By nathanoj1

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The Seaside KS1 – Worksheets and PowerPoint

The Seaside KS1 – Worksheets and PowerPoint

Activities PowerPoint – I have created a PowerPoint (14 slides) that shows some of the worksheets based on the same theme. It is designed as a means to introduce and talk about follow up activities while providing some suggested answers. Activities and suggested answers include: • Seaside physical and human features• Seaside safety• Seaside a long time ago• Writing a postcardPrintable Worksheets Includes key words for writing and completing sentences and 1 Word Mat for story writing and spellings with story prompts (beginning, middle, end), verbs and adjectives.• Seaside features: recognising and sorting human features and physical features• Seaside safety: knowing what keeps us safe from the sun and at sea• Writing sheets including writing a postcard• Seaside Long Ago: sorting images representing the past and the present and placing them on a time line; writing about the seaside in the past and in the present; finding facts about Punch and Judy puppet shows from the pastNB: This PowerPoint does not provide information about this topic. For resources that give lots of useful information, please check my set of differentiated PowerPoints on the same theme.

By mariedp

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AQA Human Geography Bundle

AQA Human Geography Bundle

64 human geography lessons for the new AQA GCSE. Physical geography modules also available. For more resources visit thisisgeography.co.uk

By thisisgeography

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Urban Futures - Bristol Case Study

Urban Futures - Bristol Case Study

7 part lesson series originally designed as part of the OCR GCSE Geography module the Urban Futures. Full module the Urban Futures available for £10For more resources visit thisisgeography.co.ukLesson sequence:1 – Introducing Bristol2 – How can urban change present social opportunities?3 – Bristol’s economy ICT research 4 – How can urban change affect the environment?5 – Environmental challenges and change in Bristol6 – Social Inequality 7 – New Housing in Bristol, regeneration of the Temple Quarter ICT

By thisisgeography

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Transport Revolution 1750 - 1900 (Roads, Canals & Railways)

Transport Revolution 1750 - 1900 (Roads, Canals & Railways)

This series of lesson on the Transport Revolution 1750 - 1900 are offered a significant discount. of 48%. The first resource is a free so that you can see the quality and style of what is on offer. Each series of lessons comes with a PP, aims, objectives, starters, plenaries, mini plenaries and a wide range of interactivities to engage your students. Where appropriate opportunities are flagged up for assessment using bloom's taxonomy, which can be easily adapted to fit in with your own department's assessment criteria. My key focus is provide enjoyable educational experiences at an affordable price. I have published widely and made a name for my myself providing free resources. These premium resources are a bargain at less than the price of cup of coffee each in this bundle. There are enough resources here to keep a class going for between 4 to 5 weeks on this topic. Everything is provided in Microsoft Office so they can be easily adapted. Kind Regards Roy

By Roy_Huggins

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2017 Map and Mapping Bundle

2017 Map and Mapping Bundle

The bundle uses the Geog.1 Traffic Light Version book. It has a series of innovative lessons, with fieldwork, and where applicable worksheets with answers.

By GJDavis27

AQA GEOG.3 40 mark essay booklet

AQA GEOG.3 40 mark essay booklet

This is a 12 page booklet/worksheets to improve students' 40 mark essay answers. It includes all past questions for World Cities and Development and Globalisation, planning sheet, Waste management plan I made for them (v. detailed as it was their first one so it very prescriptive for what to include), checklist for a top essay, reflection sheet, mark scheme. You could adapt it for your own teaching. Last year some of my students scored over 30/40 in their essays...not an easy feat!

By amyjayne888

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AQA GCSE Geography

AQA GCSE Geography

117 lessons for AQA GCSE geography topics unit 1 and 2. All lesson are suitable for 50 minutes to 1 hour of teaching time. Includes supporting worksheets for lessons - no additional resources are required.

By thisisgeography

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Sports Week Bundle

Sports Week Bundle

Sports Relief Week PowerPoints and different teaching activities on how to keep healthy and fit. There are some worksheets to complete, lots of pictures to talk about and even an ESL teaching unit on Sport and the human body.

By peterfogarty

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***NEW SPEC*** AQA The Changing Economic Environment

***NEW SPEC*** AQA The Changing Economic Environment

**NEW ADDED RESOURCES** to compliment lessons - See also OUTSTANDING LESSON RESOURCES FROM OBSERVATIONS.A full scheme of work including 17 lessons ( with an outstanding lesson) and an assessment for all abilities.All lessons have success criteria and challenging learning objectives.All lessons have challenge tasks and have differentiated worksheets to compliment the lessons.Homework is the format of exam questions to deepen knowledge gained in the lesson - x 17 Exam Question / homework's for each lesson Activities are based around the Oxford Press AQA New Spec text bookActivities are exam question based, to allow constant monitoring and performance of students understanding.Directed Improvement Reflection Time included into lessons for common misconceptions to be addressed.

By akers22

AQA GCSE Geography - Urban change in the UK (Bristol)

AQA GCSE Geography - Urban change in the UK (Bristol)

Full coverage of Urban change in the UK (chapter 14). The lessons mainly focus around the textbooks coverage but do not require the use of the textbooks. The main case study as in the book is Bristol. Hope these help as it was a very long topic ! Thanks, James.

By jpasquill94

Climate Change Causes: AQA new spec, GCSE Geography

Climate Change Causes: AQA new spec, GCSE Geography

LESSON COVERS:historic and current causes of climate change, both natural and humanLESSON INVOLVES:starts with a graph task identifying trends in climate, bulk of lesson involves students using a differentiated Fact Pack containing visual and written information on human and natural causes of climate change. At the end of the research task there is a review and do section where each cause can be summarised by students completing sentence starters and looking at a piece of evidence (this can be led to a greater or lesser extent by the teacher depending on class need). There lesson ends with a piece of written work where students have to back and debate either human or natural causes.RESOURCES:The fact pack includes two types of text boxes - one with simpler language and one with more complex (the key for each is on the task slide). The link to the video can be accessed by putting the powerpoint in slide show mode and clicking on the screen grab. There are also two versions of the causes template that can be used depending on ability - equally you can simply ask students to make notes in their books.Please review with any feedback :-)

By teach_tectonic

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The water and carbon cycles AQA A-Level

The water and carbon cycles AQA A-Level

This bundle of lessons have been designed to meet the criteria for the new AQA A Level Geography topic on water and carbon cycles. Each lesson includes a starter task, clear learning objectives which referred to both the exam specification and the suggested SOW content provided by AQA. There are a wide variety of learning activities, with supporting resources. Finally each lesson includes a plenary and further reading resources, which are hyperlinked. The only resource not included is lesson 20, which is a summative assessment (couldn't fit into the package) which is available to buy as a stand alone resource. The lesson resources when sold individually are worth £62, so buying as a bundle you will save.

By cmcdonnell

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MEDC/HIC city, BRISTOL - 7 LESSONS, new urban unit, AQA GCSE Geography

MEDC/HIC city, BRISTOL - 7 LESSONS, new urban unit, AQA GCSE Geography

This bundle contains 8 lessons covering all aspects of the HIC City part of the new Urban Issues and Challenges unit for AQA GCSE Geography, including an introduction to Rio lesson, and a review lesson. Lessons are fully resourced, include a number of GCSE practice questions and differentiation and challenge opportunities for most tasks.Please review with any feedback.

By teach_tectonic

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AQA Geography Paper 2 case study revision pack

AQA Geography Paper 2 case study revision pack

Students complete the case studies with probing questions for the topic on The Development Gap, Urban environments and Tourism. The Development Gap includes; Development Gap. The pack includes Haiti as an LEDC that suffers from physical inequality (Haiti Earthquake), Small scale aid youth empowerment in Uganda, Medium scale aid, Action Aid in Kolkata, Large scale Aid - the Cahora Bassa dam, Mozambique and inequality in the EU.Urban environments includes; sustainable transport in London and sustainable living in Curitiba, squatter settlements in Kibera, Kenya and managing CBD's including UDC's (Newcastle upon Tyne), City Challenge (Manchester) ,Sustainable communities (New Islington) and Managing a city sustainability (Newcastle upon Tyne). Tourism includes; the pack includes questioning sheets and resource interpretation on Blackpool (UK coastal resort including Butler model), The Galapagos Islands (Ecotourism), Antarctica (Extreme Tourism) and Jamaica (Tourism in the Tropics). Students complete the sheets for revision alongside the booklets included, the questions are challenging and related to the exam specification/question demands. This can be a lesson revision activity or a stand alone weekly set of home work tasks.

By Jillylo12

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Geography Case study revision Paper 1 and Paper 2 - notes and task sheets

Geography Case study revision Paper 1 and Paper 2 - notes and task sheets

These sheets can be purchased seperately or as Paper 1 and Paper 2 bundles. The case studies work best for AQA Geography but also are used on EdExcel and OCR GCSE papers. The sheets cover all the content needed for each case study from the units that I deliver there are accompanying case study revision booklets with all of the notes to go with should you prefer them to be completed independently as revision or with support. The topics and case studies are; Paper 1; In the tectonics/restless earth pack includes grids on a rich and poor earthquake, a volcanic eruption, fold mountains and a Tsunami.Rich earthquake (Kobe, Japan), Poor earthquake (Sichuan, China), Volcano (Icelandic), Fold Mountains (The Andes) and Tsunami (Boxing day).Living world (ecosystems) includes, tropical rain forest (Malaysia), Rich desert (USA), Poor desert (Thar, India) and Temperate deciduous (Epping forest). Water on the Land/Rivers includes; Flooding in a MEDC (Tewkesbury), Flooding in a LEDC (Bangladesh), Hard Engineering (Three Gorges Dam) and Water management in the UK (Kielder Water). Paper 2; The Development Gap includes; Development Gap. The pack includes Haiti as an LEDC that suffers from physical inequality (Haiti Earthquake), Small scale aid youth empowerment in Uganda, Medium scale aid, Action Aid in Kolkata, Large scale Aid - the Cahora Bassa dam, Mozambique and inequality in the EU.Urban environments includes; sustainable transport in London and sustainable living in Curitiba, squatter settlements in Kibera, Kenya and managing CBD's including UDC's (Newcastle upon Tyne), City Challenge (Manchester) ,Sustainable communities (New Islington) and Managing a city sustainability (Newcastle upon Tyne).Tourism includes; the pack includes questioning sheets and resource interpretation on Blackpool (UK coastal resort including Butler model), The Galapagos Islands (Ecotourism), Antarctica (Extreme Tourism) and Jamaica (Tourism in the Tropics).

By Jillylo12

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Transport Revolution: What impact did the railways have on Britain 1840 - 1900?

Transport Revolution: What impact did the railways have on Britain 1840 - 1900?

These outstanding resources look at a key turning point in both British history. They have been tried, tested and adapted over the past 25 years. You may have come across an earlier version on other website's, but these have been fully updated, interactive and designed to promote debate, discussion and opportunities for AFL.The aims and objectives are:Theme: The Transport Revolution 1750 - 1900 Know: What changes took place as a result of the railways? Understand: What economic, political, social and environmental changes took place? Evaluate: Which changes were the most significant?WILF - What Am I Looking For?Identify & Describe: The changes that took place as a result of the railways 1840 - 1900? Explain: The impact of the railways on the economy, society, environment and politics in Britain? Analyse: which changes were the most significant? Synthesis: Analyse & Explain how the changes were interconnected?The PowerPoint includes ten activities which can be customised for your students, including the card sort activity that I have also included in this package. In addition, the PP includes 15 information slides that are linked to the activities.Activity 1 is a simple snowing balling starter using the key words. Activity 2 is an alternative starter centered around two images of the ancient world and a picture of the building of the railways and asks which one required the greatest achievement using muscle power alone? Activity 3 is designed around some map work looking at the impact of the railways on the environment and landscape. Activity 4, is focused around the economic impact of the railways and the jobs they created in other industries. Activities 5 and 6 are numeracy tasks that get students to calculate how much businessmen could save transporting goods by railways in todays money - all calculations / answers are included. Activity 7, looks at the impact of the railways had on literature and culture. The rest of the PP includes the card sort activity and as well as the extended writing and pupil mark scheme, which could be used for peer assessment if you wish.As with all my resources they are designed to engage and provide students with steps to access the higher grades. This is reflected in the prompts that have included both in the card sort and the extended writing task / essay for their assessment.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.Kind RegardsRoy

By Roy_Huggins

Urban environments case study revision sheets - AQA, OCR and EdExcel with notes!

Urban environments case study revision sheets - AQA, OCR and EdExcel with notes!

Students complete the case studies with probing questions for the topic of Urban environments. The pack includes sustainable transport in London and sustainable living in Curitiba, squatter settlements in Kibera, Kenya and managing CBD's including UDC's (Newcastle upon Tyne), City Challenge (Manchester) ,Sustainable communities (New Islington) and Managing a city sustainability (Newcastle upon Tyne). Students complete the sheets for revision alongside the booklets, the questions are challenging and related to the exam specification/question demands. There are also case study notes to assist with completion. This can be a lesson revision activity or a stand alone weekly set of home work tasks. Excellent for half term revision see shop for other topic sheets or bundles.

By Jillylo12

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The Changing Economic World

The Changing Economic World

27 part lesson series for the whole of the GCSE module The Changing Economic World. This is complete three sections, the Development Gap, NEE case study (Nigeria) and causes of economic change in the UK. 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, lesson aim, tasks and extensions. Homework is also included. All PowerPoints in the same signature style. For more resources visit thisisgeography.co.ukLesson sequence:Development Gap:1 - Measuring development2 - Classifying development3 - Demographic transition model4 - Reducing the Gap (ICT)5 - Student presentations6 - Reducing the gap correlation7 - Managing development disparities 8 - Health and wealth9 - Development migration10 - Quality of living and development11 - TourismNigeria:12 - Introducing Nigeria13 - Exploring Nigeria14 - Nigeria in the wider world15 - Manufacturing and TNCs in Nigeria16 - Aid to Nigeria17 - Managing Environmental Issues18 - Quality of life in Nigeria19 - A different perspective: 2 x short documentariesCauses of economic change in the UK:20 - Causes of economic change in the UK21 - Post industrial economy22 - Science and business parks23 - Environmental impacts of industry24 - Rural economies25 - UK infrastructure development26 - North South divide 27 - The UK in the wider world

By thisisgeography