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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.
mrspatrick
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)
dukulajayasinghe1
IGCSE Geography

IGCSE Geography

105 lessons for IGCSE geography themes 1, 2 and 3. All lesson are suitable for 50 minutes to 1 hour of teaching time. Includes supporting worksheets for lessons - no additional resources are required. Population: 1 - Introduction to population 2 - Malthus vs Boserup 3 - Migration 4 - The demographic transition model 5 - Anti-natalist policy, the one-child policy 6 - Over vs underpopulation 7 - Cause of migration 8 - Voluntary vs forced migration - refugees 9 - Ageing population 10 - Population structure 11 - Youthful population 12 - Dense vs sparse population 13 - Jelly baby population Settlement: 1 - Settlement provision 2 - Settlement structure 3 - Settlement services 4 - Rural settlement service provision 5 - Urban settlement service provision 6 - Burgess model and the CBD 7 - Green and brownfield sites 8 - Problems in urban areas 9 - Manchester 10 - Urban regeneration 11 -Urbanisation 12 - Impacts of urbanisation 13 - Squatter settlements 14 - Squatter settlement case study - Dharavi Earthquakes and Volcanoes 1 - What are hazards? 2 - Structure of the earth 3 - Types of volcano 4 - Why live in hazardous areas? 5 - Volcano case study 6 - Earthquakes 7 - Disaster response in Haiti 8 - Disaster response in New Zealand Rivers: 1 - Hydrological cycle and drainage basins 2 - Erosion and deposition 3 - Landforms in the upper course 4 - Landforms in the middle course 5 - Landforms in the lower course 6 - Flooding 7 - Hard and soft engineering 8 - Rivers case study - Somerset 9 - Rivers GIS Coasts: 1 - Waves 2 - Coastal processes 3 - Landforms processes 4 - Erosional landforms 5 - Depositional landforms 6 - Coral reefs 7 - Threats to coral reefs 8 - Mangroves 9 - Hard and soft engineering 10 - Coastal case study 11 - Assessment Weather: 1 - Atmospheric circulation 2 - Measuring the weather 3 - Clouds Climate and Natural Vegetation 1 - Climate zones 2 - Hot deserts 3 - Climate graphs and deserts 4 - Ecosystems 5 - Rainforests 6 - Soil and biodiversity 7 - Opportunities in hot deserts 8 - Causes of deforestation 9 - Impacts of deforestation 10 - Managing the rainforest 11 - Desertification 12 - Sustainable management of the world Development 1 - Development indicators 2 - Industry 3 - Globalisation 4 - TNCs 5 - TNC case study 6 - Trade game Food production 1 - Introduction to agriculture 2 - Food shortages 3 - Food supply and shortages (1) 4 - Food supply and shortages (2) 5 -Food production (Indus Valley) 6 - Famine (Horn of Africa) Industry 1 - Industrial systems 2 - Types of industry 3 - Industrial zones case study Tourism 1 - Growth of tourism 2 - Pros and cons of tourism growth 3 - Eco tourism 4 - Tourism case study (Jamaica) Energy 1 - Growing consumption 2 - Non-renewable energy 3 - Renewable energy 4 - Fuelwood and other energy 5 - Nuclear energy 6 - Hydro-electric power case study 7 - Increasing energy Water 1 - Water supply and use 2 - Water stress 3 - Water management 4 - Lesotho Highland project Environmental Risk of Development 1 - Soil fertility and threats 2 - Deferestification 3 - Climate change and the enhanced greenhouse effect 4 - Managing the environment 5 - Conserving the environment
thisisgeography
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
Birth of The King Activity Pack FREEBIE

Birth of The King Activity Pack FREEBIE

Looking for Bible activities that will excite and engage your students? Have fun teaching them about the Bible with our FREE Birth of The King activity pack. Help your students learn a biblical account of the birth of Jesus (Yeshua). WHO IS IT FOR? 3rd Graders (8 to 9-year-olds) 4th Graders (9 to 10-year-olds) 5th Graders (10 to 11-year-olds) 6th Graders (11 to 12-year-olds) Visual Learners Homeschoolers Interactive learners Children's ministry leaders WHAT'S INCLUDED? **Yeshua (Jesus) in manger coloring page **Mary Bible Verse copywork 'n color **Mary Bible Verse Match **The Magi Bible quiz **What's the Word? (fill in the blank scripture activity) Want more Birth of The King activities? Check out our comprehensive 76-page Birth of The King Activity Book here: Birth of The King Activity Book and Lesson Plans To be kept informed of new resources click HERE and follow!
pip29
Transnational Companies Alphabet Analyser Geography Starter Keywords KS3 GCSE Cover Multinational

Transnational Companies Alphabet Analyser Geography Starter Keywords KS3 GCSE Cover Multinational

Alphabet Analyser on the theme of 'Transnational Companies'. Powerpoint so can be used on the board or printed as a worksheet. Includes space for students to explain the keywords and suggested extension activities. Can take 10 minutes or an hour, depending on which activities the students complete. Ideal for the start of a lesson, a quick filler, a homework, part of a cover lesson or as a plenary on the board with a whiteboard pen. The idea behind these is to get students to become more literate and think independently about the words that could be used to describe the topic being taught. The repetition of the word over and over as they look for the word is useful in remembering the terms. Often the students will pick up on things that you would not normally expect!
mikedean
KS2 Geography

KS2 Geography

50 x lessons for KS2 Geography. Most suitable for years 5 and 6. Lessons all designed to match the requirements of the National Curriculum. For other bespoke KS2 lesson bundles please email info@thisisgeography.co.uk Other KS2 modules available: Bizarre Biomes Map Skills & The UK How We Live Planet Earth Crumbling Coasts
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