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Quantitative Data (includes in-class research)

Quantitative Data (includes in-class research)

A full lesson to introduce students to the components of an investigation; purpose, hypotheses, methods, data, analysis, conclusion and evaluation. Based upon an in-class quantitative research piece (you could add more choices to this depending on age of students and how adventurous you want to be! e.g. pedestrian or traffic counts)

By alisoncarrie

The Grid Reference System.

The Grid Reference System.

The Grid Reference System. Lesson Objectives: At the end of the lesson the students should be able to: Define the term grid. Explain the importance of grid on maps Define the term eastings and northings. Explain how to locate places and features using four and six figure grid references. This slide examines the topic and should be used to teach students of geography in KS 3,4 & 5 . It is written with graphically illustrations and revision questions at the end meant for assessment. A must have for teachers of geography.

By superclassic73

Where do people live in Africa? - Population Distribution (Outstanding Lesson)

Where do people live in Africa? - Population Distribution (Outstanding Lesson)

This lesson has been observed several times and has always been rated as outstanding. This lesson introduces the concept of population distribution and the factors that influence it. It uses Africa as an example and gets the students to look at the wide variety of climates across Africa and why the population distribution is so uneven. A fantastic lesson for a unit of work on Africa, on Population or on Development. Download now!

By laumorrow

Africa - Climate in Africa

Africa - Climate in Africa

This lesson looks at how to read climate graphs and what they can tell us about the climate in a region. It is compares and contrasts the wide varieties of climate in Africa to each other, and to the UK. An interesting lesson that introduces new skills and teaches the students more about the great continent of Africa. This lesson can be best described as interesting and useful.

By laumorrow

Making Connections

Making Connections

A good lesson that enables the students to think about how the world intereacts on a local, national and international scale. Good lesson.

By laumorrow

Design Your Own Country - Project Based Learning

Design Your Own Country - Project Based Learning

This is a new resource for KS3 that can be adapted, expanded or used as it. It is a 6 page resource that can take 2-3 lessons or even as a homework task. It includes questions about the governance, laws, location, flag, national holidays etc. It is a great way to engage students to think about how they perceive geography and politics.

By josh_liversidge