Geogglebox

Geogglebox

Geography TV Guide - Basic TV shows on BBC One and Channel 4, Can be adapted to suit students/curriculum.
Kc306
Revision Notes on Coastal Landscapes and Change (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Revision Notes on Coastal Landscapes and Change (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Comprehensive Revision Notes Covering: Coasts are Natural Systems, Sources of Energy in Coastal Systems, Coasts Can Be High Energy or Low Energy, Sediment Sources in Coastal Systems, Six Ways Waves Erode the Coastline, Transportation is the Process of Eroded Material Being Moved, Deposition is the Process of Dropping Eroded Material, Sub-Aerial Weathering Occurs Along the Coastline, Salt Weathering, Freeze-thaw Weathering, Chemical Weathering, Wetting and Drying, Some Coastal Landforms are Caused by Erosion, Some Coastal Landforms are Caused by Deposition, Sea Level Changes are Eustatic or Isostatic, Climate Change Causes Changes in Sea Level, Climate Change Has Impacts on Coastal Areas, Sea Level Rise Result in Coastlines of Submergence, Only Some Parts of the Coast are Defended, Four Options for Coastal Management, Hard Engineering Defences, Soft Engineering Defences and Sustainable Management Strategies for the Future.
jh081326
Coastal Erosion- GCSE Geography

Coastal Erosion- GCSE Geography

A GCSE Geography lesson focusing on coastal erosion including attrition, abrasion, hydraulic action and corrosion . Starter focuses on types of waves (look at lesson 1-types of waves) including swash and backwash and constructive and destructive waves. GCSE exam question included as well as differentiated learning objectives and plenary.
Capell6
Measuring Development GCSE Geography

Measuring Development GCSE Geography

A lesson to introduce Development as a GCSE Geography topic. This lesson focuses on different development indicators, how countries are classified in terms of development and the divide between countries around the world. Worksheets included to get students to think about different types of development indicators, and how these may vary around the world. Differentiated learning objectives, starter and plenary all included.
Capell6
Types of Waves- Coasts GCSE Lesson

Types of Waves- Coasts GCSE Lesson

A introductory lesson to coasts focusing on constructive and destructive waves, looking at erosion, length and height of waves, swash/backwash, and landforms created. Useful for GCSE. Includes starter activity, differentiated learning objectives with extension task and plenary.
Capell6
AQA 3.3.2 Geographical skills keywords

AQA 3.3.2 Geographical skills keywords

I have collated 16 keywords pertaining to the 3.3.2 Fieldwork section of the AQA specification. Each comes with a question for students and a further explanatory sentence/note.
aperez5
AQA 3.4 Geographical skills keywords

AQA 3.4 Geographical skills keywords

I have collated 45 keywords pertaining to the 3.4 Geographical skills section of the AQA specification. Each comes with an image and/or a further explanatory sentence/note.
aperez5
Global Village Simulation 2018

Global Village Simulation 2018

Useful Global Village activity to run for a whole year-group of around 100 students. I print the cards and laminate them and place one under each student chair. If you have fewer than 100 students you could included staff or rope in more people where needed. As you go through the presentation ask the students to stand up once their picture for each section appears on the screen. I use this for an introduction to the Global Perspectives course but it could be a good activity for Geography or as a global-mindedness assembly. Cards can be modified each year to reflect changes. I use the UN website for the statistics.
angryparrot
Holderness Coast- Key Stage Three /Four SOW

Holderness Coast- Key Stage Three /Four SOW

This is a brand new scheme of work on coasts which is ideal for KS3 and weaker KS4 students. it is completely place based on the Holderness Coast. It has key word glossary exercises for many of the lessons. The research is current, relevant and comes from reputable sources such as Natural England and SSSIs. There are a wide variety of GCSE questions. My steps to success breakdown of questions is a top class tool in helping students breakdown what is required to successfully answer high tariff questions. There are many images and videos. There is a very good DME exercise on protecting the coast as well. Lesson list Lesson One/Two- Geomorphic processes including weathering/erosion/mas movement/longshore drift. Lesson 3/4- Waves including difference between constructive/destructive waves and their impact on Holderness Lesson 5/6 landforms of erosion at Holderness including Flamborough Head and Bridlington Bay (geology maps included). Lesson 7 landforms of deposition featuring Spurn Head. Lesson 8 why is the Holderness Coast so vulnerable to cliff collapse? Lesson 9- what is the impact of cliff collapse at Holderness? Lesson 10 How is the Holderness Coast protected - hard/soft engineering Lesson 11-DME where should we protect at Holderness Lesson12/13- What is human impact at Holderness including SSSIs/climate change/sea defences
haraley12
NATIVE AUSTRALIAN WILDLIFE ADAPT TO THE ENVIRONMENT OF THE SOUTHERN LOST CITY

NATIVE AUSTRALIAN WILDLIFE ADAPT TO THE ENVIRONMENT OF THE SOUTHERN LOST CITY

The dissected sandstone plateau of the Southern Lost City of Limmen National Park provide a distinctive habitat for a range of native wildlife. This unit has a focus on survival and adaptation to this area. The Limmen National Park was proclaimed in 2012 and research is in its early years. Those with an interest in the natural environment who ventured into the area when it was used as for cattle raising (pastoral leases) made lists of wildlife observed. In the environment within and around the Southern Lost City they began to record that certain native species were increasingly difficult to sight. Coinciding with these observations were the increasing sightings of intruding feral animals such as cane toads, feral cats and feral pigs. Their conclusion was that the feral intruders were having an affect on the survival rates of native wildlife by habitat modification and food resource reduction. Future research into this situation will shed further light on these impacts. Of particular concern were the reductions of 3 species covered in this unit. They have reached the "endangered" list and were heading for extinction within this area. Of particular concern were sightings of feral cats. Though not yet numerous in this park their numbers were likely to increase and their efficient hunting and killing skills would place native bird and small mammal species under threat. The feral cat situation is covered in another unit entitled "The feral cat menace - impact on Australian native wildlife". This unit can stand alone as an introduction to the impact of feral animals on native wildlife. It cat be used to introduce the topic of tha considerable problem caused by the increasing population and spread of feral cats which are regarded as the top predator affecting native Australian wildlife. That unit will also consider programmes carried out by the AWC (Australian Wildlife Conservancy) to conserve and protect native wildlife of Australia and avoid (if possible)adding names to the list of species that have become extinct. The worksheets (colour and black and white) are included so that hard copies can be distributed.
KPolkinghorne
Desert animal & plant adaptations lesson AQA GCSE

Desert animal & plant adaptations lesson AQA GCSE

Desert animal & plant adaptations lesson and accompanying resources- May take two lessons rather than one, I have yet to start my NQT year so I would be grateful to see if this was useful and comments on timings etc… Thank you! (Thank you to anyone who I might have pinched ideas/ activity ideas off- I did this before the summer hols so it is hard to remember!)
maddi_morgan
GCSE Geography 9-1 Coastal Fieldwork Booklet

GCSE Geography 9-1 Coastal Fieldwork Booklet

A coastal fieldwork booklet developed specifically for the new AQA GCSE Geography specification. The booklet provides support for students in planning and gathering data for coastal fieldwork. It is primarily designed for coastal fieldwork at Withernsea, however, it can be easily developed to cover other locations.
InternetGeography
GCSE Geography 9-1 Rivers Fieldwork Booklet

GCSE Geography 9-1 Rivers Fieldwork Booklet

A river fieldwork booklet developed specifically for the new AQA GCSE Geography specification. The booklet provides support for students in planning and gathering data for fieldwork based on changes along the course of a river. The generic booklet can be used for any location. The booklet can be edited and personalised in both Microsoft Word and Apple Pages.
InternetGeography
GCSE Geography 9-1 Hornsea Fieldwork Booklet

GCSE Geography 9-1 Hornsea Fieldwork Booklet

A coastal fieldwork booklet developed specifically for the new AQA GCSE Geography specification. The booklet provides support for students in planning and gathering data for coastal fieldwork. It is primarily designed for coastal fieldwork at Hornsea, however, it can be easily developed to cover other locations. The booklet comes in Word, PDF and Pages format.
InternetGeography
AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Cold Environments, Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Cold Environments, Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

hese activities reinforce understanding of the ‘Subject Specific Vocabulary’ required for the Cold Environments Section of the AQA Syllabus. Students match the definitions , complete a cloze activity and then produce a definitions table. An answer sheet is also included. No further preparation necessary. Editable and PDF versions of all sheets. Also included are complete A5 vocab sheets and a short slide answer ppt that can easily be added to existing presentations for easy self marking. Please leave a short review and in return claim another single resource for free.
tosh740
Hard and soft engineering

Hard and soft engineering

A useful resource for key stage 3 to introduce the concepts of hard and soft engineering, define some different hard and soft engineering strategies and evaluate how useful they may be vs cost. The resources for the table activity are at the end of the powerpoint.
Yvomcdonough
Assessment Objectives in Geography

Assessment Objectives in Geography

An understanding of assessment objectives in geography enables students to understand how they will be assessed in the GCSE course they are studying. We’ve developed a set of resources that will help learners understand the expectation of the assessment objectives and the command words associated with them. The document can be used as a stand-alone presentation, printed for displays, shared with students and copied into existing presentations to help discuss which AOs are being addressed in practice exam questions. The presentation is available in both PowerPoint and Keynote format.
InternetGeography
Paper 2 section  C resource management water- Small and large scale management schemes

Paper 2 section C resource management water- Small and large scale management schemes

Paper 2 section C resource management water- Small and large scale management schemes This lesson is for GCSE 1-9 Geography students who are using water as their option for paper 2 section C. Learning objective/WALT (We are learning to): WALT: Explain and evaluate the costs and benefits of large-scale water management schemes in the developed world and the developing world WALT: Explain and evaluate the role of named small-scale intermediate technology solutions in the developing world There are 3 case studies within. This lesson has knowledge checks with a self assessment opportunity as well as assessment opportunities with success criteria and a stella model answer. I have also included practice of the paper 3 issues investigation for practice as well using the paper 3. All resources are included in the PPT or the second resource attached. The last pages are ‘fill out student sheets’ if you are running short on time.
carolinemcleggan5
Paper 2 section C water global water consumption

Paper 2 section C water global water consumption

Paper 2 section C water global water consumption This is for GCSE Geography students looking a water as their section C option. This lesson is just linked to the consumption and availability of water. Learning objective/WALT (We are learning to): WALT: describe the global water supply WALT: describe the global consumption of water WALT: explain the impacts of water insecurity This lesson has knowledge checks with a self assessment opportunities. The last page is a ‘fill out student sheet’ if you are running short on time.
carolinemcleggan5
AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Hot Deserts , Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Hot Deserts , Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

These activities reinforce understanding of the ‘Subject Specific Vocabulary’ required for the Hot Deserts Section of the AQA Syllabus. Students match the definitions , complete a cloze activity and then produce a definitions table. An answer sheet is also included. No further preparation necessary. Editable and PDF versions of all sheets. Also included are complete A5 vocab sheets and a short slide answer ppt that can easily be added to existing presentations for easy self marking. Please leave a short review and in return claim another single resource for free.
tosh740
AQA Geography GCSE 9-1 - The challenge of natural hazards revision booklet and powerpoints

AQA Geography GCSE 9-1 - The challenge of natural hazards revision booklet and powerpoints

A thorough 50 page revision booklet that I will be using with Year 11 to revise Section A of paper 1. Lessons attached as PowerPoints. Each section of the revision booklet links to each point on the specification. A huge variety of revision tasks included e.g. knowledge tests, exam questions, mark schemes, structure strips, homework and lesson plans. All case study sheets for section A included. Excel league table spreadsheet attached. This booklet could also be set as homework. 8 knowledge tests in total. The lessons should take approximately 15 hours.
CharlotteBrimer
Target Grade setter & Grade Tracker

Target Grade setter & Grade Tracker

Target Grade: Students stick this into the front of their copies. The set their target grade for the subject. Are they achieving their target grade in your class? Self-assessment/ reflection. Exam Tracker: Students fill in the name of the exam & predicted grade the day before the exam. Once the exam is corrected they record the result… Does it compare to their predicted grade? Keep parents/guardian’s in the loop by requesting a signature. (Handy when the students is not achieving their target grade.) Also very useful for parent teacher meetings, as well as mocks. Grade Tracker: Students track their grades in a bar chart format. This will help give your students a visual representation on their progress. It is useful when revising for big exams i.e. Christmas/summer… what needs to be revised in more detail. Also a handy one for numeracy in the classroom.
chillinit
Conserving Nature: KS4 - Uganda Case Study

Conserving Nature: KS4 - Uganda Case Study

Economic development in low income countries leads to significant social, environmental and cultural change. One scheme in Uganda is to increase electricity generation by building more hydroelectric dams. The work of researchers at The University of Oxford’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science (ICCS) aims to ensure that new developments such as this not only ‘do no harm’, but actively bring benefit to both the environment and local communities. In this activity students use a range of resources to build a case study about the positive and negative impacts of this scheme. Learning Outcomes: Students learn about the environmental and social effects of an economic development initiative in a LIC. Students write a case study looking at the positive and negative impacts
OxfordUniversity