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Graffiti

Graffiti

A collection of photos that I am putting together for my students as I row my boat solo around the coast of Great Britain. The theme for this curation is graffiti through the ages. I will be using these pictures in relation to World War Two soldiers, the relationship between people and their environs, and the artistic and cultural side, as well as the impact on where we live. Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.

By sarah277

Migration Worksheet & Push  & Pull Factors Worksheet(3)

Migration Worksheet & Push & Pull Factors Worksheet(3)

Migration Worksheet &; Push & Pull Factors Worksheet(3) This worksheet enables the teacher to assess the student in the topic 'Migration' inclusive of push & ; pull factors of migration. It should be given the students after the topic has been taught and covered and it also aids the teacher to test the students level of understanding of the topic.

By superclassic73

Migration (Geography)

Migration (Geography)

Migration (Geography) Learning Objectives: At the end of the lesson the student should be able to: Define the term migration. Explain the types of migration. Explain the forms of migration. Explain the reason why people decide to migrate. Explain the push and pull factors involved in migration. Explain the advantages and disadvantages of migration Describe a case study of migration and its impacts on the region. This slide examines the topic and should be used to teach students of geography,economics and environmental management in KS 3,4 & 5 . It is written, with graphically illustration and revision questions at the end meant for assessment. A must have for teachers of geography,economics and environmental management in KS 3-5.

By superclassic73

NEW Alevel geography - human geography glossary global systems+gov alphabetical

NEW Alevel geography - human geography glossary global systems+gov alphabetical

ALL Key terms and definitions for chapters NEW AQA A level physical geography. Glossary sheet of all keywords arranged by topic order. Includes textbook definitions for Global Systems and Global Governance - globalization, international trade and access to markets, global commons, Antarctica and the Southern Ocean and the protection of Antarctica.

By ebrook_

Climate Change

Climate Change

Full unit of work for Climate Change. This unit explores the issues associated with climate change. Its starts with the science and then builds to look at the human and physical consequences and waht we can do. All lesson are suitable for 50 minutes to 1 hour of teaching time. Includes supporting worksheets for lessons - no additional resources are required. Most suitable for KS3 and perfect for preparing pupils for the new 9-1 GCSE specifications. All lessons have a starter and lesson aim. All PowerPoints in the same signature style. For more resources visit thisisgeography.co.uk Lesson sequence: 1 - Why is our climate changing? 2 - What is the evidence for climate change? 3 - What are the natural causes of climate change? 4 - What are the human causes of climate change? 5 - How will climate change impact our planet? 6 - How will climate change impact our planet? (2) 7 - What will be the impact of climate change in the UK? 8 - Why does flooding occur? 9 - How can we manage climate change? 10 - Can we become more sustainable in our energy use? 11 - End of unit test

By thisisgeography

COMPLETED Global systems & global governance - New A level geography summary revision sheet WRITTEN

COMPLETED Global systems & global governance - New A level geography summary revision sheet WRITTEN

COMPLETED revision templates focused on Global systems and global governance new AS and A-level Geography content. 30+ summary sheets included - Case studies. The text boxes on each sheet are specific to the level of content required for each area and are laid out in a way to ensure revision is organized and clear to read. Key sub-headings provide guidance for relevant information required for the topic. Blank revision sheets can be purchased to allow students to personalise. This document covers the content required for AQA Human Geography (7037) for the first examination in 2018. Revision sheets may be applicable to other examination boards including Pearson Edexcel, WJEC, CCEA and OCR also to the subject of economics and any GCSE related content.

By ebrook_

Africa - Urban Population Growth

Africa - Urban Population Growth

This is a companion to my other lesson on population growth in Africa, and it looks at why urban population is growing so quickly in Africa. -It covers issues such as rural to urban migration. -Overpopulation -The future of Africa -Problems caused by this population growth An interesting and well resourced lesson

By laumorrow

Africa Population

Africa Population

This lesson looks at the population of Africa and asks the question 'why is the population growing so fast?' It is a useful lesson for a unit on population or on Africa. It looks at numerous factors that contribute to population and uses the case study of Nigeria (both rural and urban) to explore these themes. A terrific (and terrifying!) lesson,

By laumorrow

Shanty Towns: Push & Pull Factors

Shanty Towns: Push & Pull Factors

Lesson Objective: • L/O 1: What is a shanty town, slum, favela? • L/O 2: What are the reasons for people moving to a shanty town? • L/O 3: What is ‘informal employment’? CHALLENGE: Explain why people move to urban areas and the problems that occur (Exam Question)

By tiddtalk

Migration

Migration

Lesson Objective: What is migration and problems does it bring? Prior Knowledge: Why live in a city? • L/O 1: What does the term urbanisation mean? • L/O 2: What does internal growth and migration mean? CHALLENGE: What problems does migration bring to cities? (Exam Question)

By tiddtalk

Fantastic Places - Scheme of Work

Fantastic Places - Scheme of Work

This is a geography SoW primarily aimed at KS3 but can be adapted to suit KS2 or KS4. The bundle contains eight lessons, one h/w booklet, one revision lesson and one assessment lesson. All are packed full of high quality resources and challenging (but fun!) activities. Please down load the Free lesson on the North Pole to see what the standard of the lesson is like. A well made and well structured SoW.

By laumorrow