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Fair trade chocolate: bean to bar

Fair trade chocolate: bean to bar

Powerpoint presentation that tells the bean to bar story of how cocoa is grown, harvested and processed by cocoa farmers and then made into chocolate. Visit papapaa.org for our full range of free, comprehensive lesson plans and resources for teaching about fair trade and chocolate.
tradingvisions
Geography revision guide GCSE New Spec - Rivers, coasts, climate change, rural and urban( Eduqas/AQ

Geography revision guide GCSE New Spec - Rivers, coasts, climate change, rural and urban( Eduqas/AQ

This revision guide covers the following: - River processes and landforms including erosion, transportation, deposition, meanders and waterfalls etc) - Coastal processes and landforms including erosion, transportation, deposition, wave cut notches, platforms, headlands, bays, slumping, sand dunes, etc, - Flooding including; causes, effects, responses, hydrographs and case study with management techniques - Population in the UK including; ageing, rural, urban, commuting, issues in urban and rural areas. - Sustainability in urban areas including; Egan's wheel, BedZED, green belts, urban renewal, case study on regeneration, changes to UK retail including online and out of town. - Global cities and Mega Cities with case studies. - Managing coastal areas including assessing vulnerability, hard and soft engineering, rising sea levels, coastal flooding, case studies (UK and international) and management strategies. The revision guide largely follows the component 1 of the Eduqas course but the themes and topics are applicable to AQA and EdExcel too. The guide also runs alongside the lessons that can be found in my shop. The price point reflects that multiple copies will be distributed and to your class and it took a long time to make, so far my classes have found it beneficial.
Jillylo12
Communities and Cities

Communities and Cities

A PowerPoint of activities based on communities and cities/urbanisation. This includes: Pictures of various communities (rural, urban and suburban) that can be used for a warmer quiz introducing the subject of different communities. Smaller versions of each picture (4 x one page) which can be printed out and used for sorting activities (I had 3 teams sort them and make a poster using them to compare characteristics of the 3 different types of community at the start of my unit on communities). A maths lesson on rounding which compares 5 large cities. This was used to raise awareness of the rapid increase in urbanisation across the world. A table for students to organise their rounded figures and fill in information about each city. Pictures of each city - printed and used by the students to complete their table. The students then used their tables to make bar charts comparing the population of the 5 featured cities.
BHOY01
Types of Tourism

Types of Tourism

These three worksheets look at how tourism can be divided into differednt categories such as destination, inbound/ outbound for example. The area of dark tourism is also discussed in respect to what destinations are included in this and why they attract so many visitors.
WillsonEducation
Sevenoaks, Kent, England

Sevenoaks, Kent, England

A small collection of photos from my visit to Sevenoaks in Kent, England. 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
sarah277
Malaria and development - Kenya

Malaria and development - Kenya

This is a lesson about Malaria and zooms in to look at a village in Kenya. The students map where it is and look at the physical geography related to malaria. The students compare their living standards to the ones seen in the video and question why Malaria is such an issue there.
isabel_wood88
Tourism As An Economic Activity

Tourism As An Economic Activity

These worksheets look at tourism as an economic activity. Students identify how jobs can be categorised into different sectors as well as being seasonal. A cloropleth map is used to identify different countries GDPs and to discuss the mattern which ermerges.
WillsonEducation
Sustainable Tourism

Sustainable Tourism

These worksheets look at several sustainable tourism destinations around the world and their aims which can fall into three different categories. Studetns also imagine themselves to be local residents to Snowdonia and to write to the local council suggesting how they might make tourism more sustainable, and what management strategies they could use to do this.
WillsonEducation
Impacts And Managment Of National Parks

Impacts And Managment Of National Parks

These 8 worksheets begin by looking at the aims and locations of National Parks then lead on to looking at the conflicts which can arise in these areas. The impact of visitors are examined and are discussed in relation to social, economic and environmental impacts. A case study of Snowdonia is used to discussed possible solutions.
WillsonEducation
Fact finding with ICT

Fact finding with ICT

Used as ICT Based Non Fiction Writing Plan but could also be used for a Geography Lesson. Children to use iPads to read QR codes and fill in their planning sheet with lots of facts about different London Landmarks QR Codes should work for the activity. Includes 2 planning sheets, 5 fact pages and QR codes for Tower Bridge, London Eye, London Transport, The Queen and Big Ben.
SubatomicFlower
Darfur is Dying Simulation Worksheet

Darfur is Dying Simulation Worksheet

Leave a review and choose any resource for FREE! A worksheet that students use while using the online simulator "Darfur is Dying". Students will experience what is like to live in a refugee camp and fight for survival. The simulator will throw random life challenges at them and they need to respond accordingly to survive. It is a great learning activity for students to gain an understanding into the challenges that many people throughout the world have to deal with. The worksheet requires students to think about the situation of these people while they are using the simulator. Great for Geography or History lessons that focus on refugees, the developing world or inequality.
humanitiesbox