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AQA Human Case Studies

AQA Human Case Studies

Created a selection of case study posters to help support my students revise the key points from the different case studies from the AQA Geography Human topics
elizagurney
AQA Geography 9-1: Challenge grids

AQA Geography 9-1: Challenge grids

For full description check out my blog - https://mrsgeographyblog.wordpress.com/2018/04/22/challenge-grids-9-1-revision/ Challenge grids to select questions to answer to gain points, each question varies with difficulty as do the points. The aim is to get 30 points in total or more. Topics include living world, natural hazards, coasts, rivers, fieldwork, urban issues, economic development and resources including water.
MrsGeography16
GCSE AQA 9-1 :  Economic World: Knowledge Organisers and Revision Summaries.

GCSE AQA 9-1 : Economic World: Knowledge Organisers and Revision Summaries.

A set of knowledge organisers and revision summaries that cover the theory section of the Economic World Section of Paper 2 of the AQA GCSE Syllabus. The resource includes concise but specific information to allow students to access the highest marks. Subject Specific Vocabulary is also included. All resources are in A4 Power-point format making them easily editable. PDF versions are also included. Leave a review and pick any other resource for free.
tosh740
Welcome To Cottonopolis - A Virtual Field Trip to Manchester - Teach Me Geography

Welcome To Cottonopolis - A Virtual Field Trip to Manchester - Teach Me Geography

Aim: This is an amazing and very comprehensive VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP to Manchester that explores issues relating to urban change in the UK, helping students to focus on a variety of social, economic and environmental opportunities and challenges, to be examined in the upcoming AQA GCSE Geography (8035) Paper 2. Learning Objectives: To research a case study of a major city in the UK. To examine the location and importance of the city in the UK and the wider world. To assess impacts of national and international migration on the growth and character of the city. To evaluate how urban change has created opportunities for social and economic growth, increased cultural mixing, recreation, entertainment and employment, the provision of integrated transport systems and environmental solutions including urban greening. To evaluate how urban change has created challenges relating to urban deprivation, inequalities in housing, education, health and employment and increased urban dereliction. To assess the extent to which building on brownfield and greenfield sites and limiting the impact of urban sprawl on the rural–urban fringe, and growth of commuter settlements, has been managed successfully. To evaluate how well a specific urban area manages its waste. To research up-to-date examples of urban regeneration projects to show a range of reasons why the area needed regeneration, the main features of the project and to evaluate what impact these schemes have had on a range of people. This resource includes: A very comprehensive and unique, beautifully designed, 86-page full colour .pdf VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP, fully hyperlinked and presented in such a way that students can move around within the materials at their own pace and in their own way. This can also be used separately by the teacher to control learning of specific aspects of urban change. A beautifully and intuitively designed 32-page full colour .pdf WORK BOOKLET, guiding and prompting students to research, use and evaluate the materials at their own speed and in their own time to meet the learning objectives above. All of our resources have been tried and tested by teachers in a variety of classroom environments - they have also been regularly rated as Outstanding by Ofsted and other review bodies. And remember, it is always better to Like, Share and Review!
mwmonk
India Unit of Work

India Unit of Work

This bundle contain 5 complete lessons and resources about India. They can be extended to cover one half term as they are easily adaptable. They go in this order: Introduction to India, India’s physical geography, All about Mumbai, Slumming it and The future of India.
aragon1
The future of India

The future of India

KS3 geography. Explains how India is a world superpower, compares to China. Share the facts with students, main activity is for students to use the worksheet to write about what the different people say about India’s development. Includes an extension activity where students apply knowledge about what India will be like in future.
aragon1
Slumming It

Slumming It

KS3 geography. This lesson is based on an intelligent graffiti task where students watch Kevin McCloud staying in the Dharavi slum. There are examples of WAGOLL for the main task and the lesson then develop into a structured assessment with the success criteria explained. It also includes some printable resources to be provided for use as research on the assessment tasks.
aragon1