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Population

Population

Full KS3 unit of work for Population (54 files). This unit explores World Population, from population growth to ageing populations and anti-natalist policies. All lesson are suitable 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 learning objectives. All PowerPoints in the same signature style. Lesson sequence: 1 – World population 2 – World population distribution 3 – Population explosion 4 – Population pyramids 5 – Comparing pyramids – Brazil 6 – Impact of growing populations 7 – Ageing populations 8 – Japan 9 – The green revolution 10 – China 11 – How can we encourage more people to reproduce? 12 – Singapore and India 13 – Migration 14 – Jelly Baby population 15 - Assessment For more resources visit This is Geography. Full SoW for all new GCSE specifications - AQA, Edexcel, OCR, IGCSE and Eduqas. As well as over 200 lessons for KS3 and KS2. Read our blog for weekly updates on all things geography. Want something bespoke designing? Email us for further details info@thisisgeography.co.uk
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Should the Giddings Family move to Italy?

Should the Giddings Family move to Italy?

Aim: This is a lesson that compares and contrasts the UK and Italy, asking students to focus on a range of push and pull factors in order to to decide whether a family should move to Italy or stay in the UK. Learning Objectives: To be able to describe the similarities and differences between places. (Italy and the UK) To be able to offer explanations for why places have a range of different features. To be able to suggest reasons why changes in environments can effect the people living there. This resource includes: A 20-slide full colour .pdf to guide your students through the lesson Differentiated full colour workbooks for higher and lower ability students A 5-slide full colour information pack All of our resources have been tried and tested by teachers in a variety of classroom environments - they have also been regularly rated as Outstanding by Ofsted and other review bodies. And remember, it is always better to Like, Share and Review!
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sustainable management of slums urbanisation of cities push & pull geography

sustainable management of slums urbanisation of cities push & pull geography

All the resources for a series of lessons lesson about Delhi. Designed for both KS3 or 4. Pupils have an information sheet (best printed in A3 & colour). This provides them with the detail that they need about Delhi. Slums, character, problems of urbanisation in less developed countries, push & pull factors and sustainable management. This information can be used to create a variety of work, but I find that a diary works best (included). There is a structured Q & sheet and subsequent SPaG sheet that I print on green paper to address the needs of most schools literacy policy. The assessment also put pupil learning into context & can be peer/self or teacher assessed. I have even included a teacher feedback sheet that is used to speed up the marking process. These tasks actually take about (roughly) 5 lessons to complete.
andymcstump
Migration Lesson, research projects and activities

Migration Lesson, research projects and activities

Buy this complete Migration lesson with projects and activities for students to understand the basic concept of migration. These resources help students to explore and use their own devices or computer application to present their work lesson. These presentations are editable can easily be used in the class.
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Ultimate Resource Bundle

Ultimate Resource Bundle

Contains all the documents for sale in my shop! From Key stage 3 to AL!!!! Psychology (CIE) Online classes (Self study and Tutor method) https://cambridge-as-and-a-level-online-school.teachable.com/ Link above!!! Chemistry! Mathematics! Physics! Religious Studies! Geography! Psychology!!!!
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St Patricks Day Clip Art

St Patricks Day Clip Art

Colour png images - transparent backgrounds 300dpi Original artwork This pack includes colour versions of: * 3 Leprechauns with shillelagh * 6 leprechauns - different hair colour * 5 female leprechauns - different hair colour * 1 basket of gold coins * 3 different green mascots * 2 Shamrocks - different colour scheme Credit Required: Please credit Katqatresources with a clickable link somewhere in your pdf, blog, and anywhere the images are used. Without credit, I do not allow this use. The following uses are NOT allowed: -Selling product as is -Claiming product as your own -Redistributing graphics -Collage sheets -Digital Scrapbooking -Print on demand (ex. Zazzle, Café Press) -Mass Production -Using product in editable files such as .doc, .eps, .ai, etc. -Loading images to blogs & websites as is. This would allow anyone to right click and take the product. It must be part of a creation or design. Preview Files included (2)
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KS 2 Bundle

KS 2 Bundle

Full bundle of resources for KS 2 including SOW, lesson plans, assessment and activities for a full range of curriculum areas; including Science, Literacy, Maths, Tudors, Drama, Dance, Egypt.
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Key stage 6,7 and 8 Assessment Bundle

Key stage 6,7 and 8 Assessment Bundle

Contains assessment for the following subjects : Science (5 Booklets) Mathematics (2 Booklets) Geography and Social Studies, including basic history knowledge (3 booklets) Religious Studies (Buddhism) (1 booklet) Assessment will be marked if required. Scan and send it to dukulajayasinghe1@gmail.com. All assessments will be marked and returned graded, with comments, at NO additional charge. Total cost if bought separately : £25.10 Total cost if bought in a bundle : £15.00 Total discount : 40% (+ more discounts if promotion sales are going on)
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Who Lives In The City?

Who Lives In The City?

Brazil’s cities are renowned for their rich/poor divide. Favelas, the term used in Brazil for the shanty towns, have grown up on the outskirts of urban areas since the late 19th century. The people who arrive in the city are usually very poor. They have come from the countryside believing the city will be a better place to live providing them with jobs, money and a brighter future for their families. These worksheets put the students in these people shoes and have them try to make the difficult decisions poor people in Brazil, as well as other countries, have to make about moving, once moved and dealing with their choices.
WillsonEducation