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UK Connections with the World

UK Connections with the World

Complete and fully resourced lesson mapping the UK's connections with the rest of the world. Includes main trading partners for imports and exports. All tasks includes extension activities to stretch higher ability students, assessment task and marking feedback proforma. Could be used at KS3 or GCSE. Excellent introduction for new GCSE 9-1 spec.
atoorneini
Touring England

Touring England

Your students get to prepend to work for a travel agents where they have been given a particular job to do. They need to plan a tour around England for a wealthy foreign family who want to see the best of England! They will need to produce a booklet with all the information for travel arrangements, accommodation, places to see and things to do. Places to be included need to be: a major city, a seaside resort, historic town, countryside area and a special place of your own.
WillsonEducation
Russia Series of 6 KS2 power-point Geography lessons to link to the World Cup.

Russia Series of 6 KS2 power-point Geography lessons to link to the World Cup.

Russia Series of 6 KS2 power-point Geography lessons. Each lesson is broken into short focused activities. There are opportunities for pupils to recall prior learning, participate in a short quiz, scrutinise and compare population graphs and weather charts(included on slides), research native animals and use maps and atlases to locate Russia’s key cities and geographical features. Each set of slides contain images to help pupils ‘get a feel’ for the geography of Russia as well as simple cultural information such as greetings in Russian at the beginning and end of lessons. Great to link with cross curricular topic such as Russia, Asia, World Cup and art projects etc. Lesson 1 Learning Objectives I must find Russia in my atlas. I should recognise some of the features of Russia. I could describe where Russia is in the world using geographical words Lesson 2 Learning objectives I must be able to spot the main features of Russia. I should find and label the features on my map. I could write a description about two features. Lesson 3 Learning objectives I must identify the main geographical features in Russia. I should locate Siberia and the European Plain which are divided by the Ural Mountains. I should locate the steppes and taigas. I could classify images of geographical features under specific headings. Lesson 4 Learning objectives: I must identify the two main climate zones in Russia I should explain the seasonal changes and temperatures. I could interpret the climate data and the differences in temperature in each area. Lesson 5 Learning objectives I must explain the definition of the term ‘population’. I should interpret the population map and identify the challenges for living in Russia. Lesson 6 Learning objectives I can use the definition of the word ‘native’ correctly. I should identify and research some of the native animals, fish and birds of Russia. I could describe where the animals live and why there are endangered species
newromantic
Understanding Trade - Investigating the highest value exports of countries around the world

Understanding Trade - Investigating the highest value exports of countries around the world

This resource is designed for upper KS2 and lower KS3 children. It is part of a wider unit called Understanding Trade. The presentation introduces the concept of highest value exports. It then draws a link between a country's highest value export and its human and physical resources (e.g. transport links, oil reserves). Four example countries and their highest value export are then looked at in more detail. In the activity, children are challenged to identify the highest value exports and GDP/capita of countries around the world using Google Maps/atlases and an online map. This research is then linked to the concept of developed vs developing countries. The activity is differentiated three ways: LA – Children identify highest value exports of 25 countries MA – Children identify highest value exports and GDP/capita of 25 countries UA – Children identify highest value exports and GDP/capita of 30 countries If you like this resource, please review it. If you have any suggestions or feedback, contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk
eddiebray
Understanding Trade - What are the UK's biggest exports?

Understanding Trade - What are the UK's biggest exports?

This resource is designed for upper KS2 and lower KS3 children. It is part of a wider unit called Understanding Trade. The presentation starts by recapping what imports and exports are. It goes on to look at the UK's top ten exports - mainly manufactured products - and the human and physical factors which help UK exports in this area. In the activity, children use Microsoft PowerPoint to create a table of the UK's top ten exports. They then use an online chart maker to produce either a pie chart or bar graph to illustrate this data. The activity is differentiated three ways. If you like this resource, please review it. If you have any suggestions or feedback, contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk
eddiebray
Create a Survival Invention STEAM

Create a Survival Invention STEAM

This resource has been designed to be done alongside Kensuke’s Kingdom by Michael Morpurgo, but can also be done independently of the novel study. Children will design survival inventions to withstand the environment of a remote island after a shipwreck. They will investigate different weather patterns in a specified area of the world before deciding on what they will need to survive. Children will be encouraged to use different diagrams (annotated, cross-sectional and exploded) to show their ideas before making and evaluating them. Resources are structured around the Key Stage 2 expectations of the 2014 National Curriculum of England with Maths links for Upper Key Stage 2. The pack includes differentiated sheets should they be used in lower Key Stage 2 or for children less able in reading and writing. What's Included: - Curriculum Links - Handouts **Link also included to digital file for editing and sharing on learning platforms such as Google Classroom and Seesaw.
erinbrasington
Exploring St Lucia

Exploring St Lucia

This set of resources is designed for teaching the KS2 Geography unit Exploring St Lucia. The planning, presentations and activities are also available individually on the TES. If you like this resource, please review it. If you have any suggestions or feedback, contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk
eddiebray
Comparing the weather of St Lucia and the UK

Comparing the weather of St Lucia and the UK

This resource is designed for KS2 children. It is part of a wider unit called Exploring St Lucia which is designed to teach children about a contrasting non-European country. First the presentation introduces children to the tropical climate zone (dry and wet seasons) and its associated weather (i.e. high temperatures and high rainfall). It compares this with temperate climates such as that of the UK. Children are also encouraged to interpret data from a climate graph for St Lucia. Finally, other aspects of a tropical climate are covered including tropical storms and hurricanes. The accompanying differentiated true/false activity helps children to recap what they have learned about the climates of St Lucia and the UK. There is also an extension activity. If you like this resource, please review it. If you have any suggestions or feedback, contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk
eddiebray
Geography KS3 Programme of Study (Full SoW and Resources)

Geography KS3 Programme of Study (Full SoW and Resources)

Every resource needed for a KS3 Programme of Study! This bundle includes over 200 lessons!! Everything is fully planned and resourced and ready to use! I have spent a lot of time planning these lessons and welcome feedback. No need for textbooks! Enjoy!
dunnsean
GCSE Geography A* River landscapes coursework material- analysis and interpretation and evaluation

GCSE Geography A* River landscapes coursework material- analysis and interpretation and evaluation

Resource/coursework example material for GCSE Edexcel Geography. Resource includes written analysis and evaluation for River Landscapes controlled assessment. 2X essays submitted for GCSE coursework and achieved A* result. These essays can be used for revision, coursework help/inspiration or classroom analysis and evaluation. PLEASE NOTE: Both essays were written by me and in my own words, except for quotations from published and unpublished sources which are clearly indicated and acknowledged as such. This resource may be used as an example, however, it should NOT be copied and resubmitted for external examination. Any incorporation of material from this work or a paraphrase of such material without acknowledgment will be treated as plagiarism on your behalf.
ebrook_
GCSE Geography A* River landscapes coursework material-  data presentation and methodology

GCSE Geography A* River landscapes coursework material- data presentation and methodology

Resource/coursework example material for GCSE Edexcel Geography. This resource includes data presentation (graphs and charts such as Line Graphs to show comparisons of cross sections at Sites 1,2 and 3, Bar charts to show the comparison of Average Bed-load width as well as the Bradshaw model). Methodology also included providing examples of primary and secondary methods of data collection. purpose, justification and risk assessment examples provided. These documents were submitted for GCSE coursework and achieved A* result. This resource can be used as part of revision, coursework help/inspiration or classroom analysis and evaluation. PLEASE NOTE: material written by me and in my own words, except for quotations from published and unpublished sources which are clearly indicated and acknowledged as such. This resource may be used as an example, however, it should NOT be copied and resubmitted for external examination. Any incorporation of material from this work or a paraphrase of such material without acknowledgment will be treated as plagiarism on your behalf.
ebrook_