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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

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KS3 GEOGRAPHY SOW - Deserts BUNDLE

KS3 GEOGRAPHY SOW - Deserts BUNDLE

My entire half-terms work for KS3 Tourism. Taught in the order of: 1. Hot Desert Environments. 2. Development in the Western Desert. 3. Desertification. 4. What is Antarctica? 5. Tourism in Antarctica. 6. The Antarctic Treaty. 7. Assessment. 8. Design your own Desert species

By markalanwilliams10

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KS3 Deserts - Hot Desert Environments

KS3 Deserts - Hot Desert Environments

An introductory lesson for the topic of Deserts. Ideal for years 7 to 9. Previously taught in a 1hr lesson. Once a Deserts wordsearch is completed and the pupils are introduced to what a desert is, the pupils will complete a 3-mark 'describe the distribution question about the location of a selection of the worlds Hot Deserts. The main activity of the lesson see's the pupils complete a climate graph for Phoenix in Arizona. YOU WILL NEED GRAPH PAPER FOR THIS LESSON. Includes a homework based around the results of the pupils' climate graphs.

By markalanwilliams10

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

LIC Case Study: Nigeria's Industrial Structure - AQA  GCSE Geography new spec - Economics

LIC Case Study: Nigeria's Industrial Structure - AQA GCSE Geography new spec - Economics

LESSON COVERS: the changes and current status of Nigeria's economy and employment structure (Uses the Oxford AQA GCSE textbook: edited by S.Ross) LESSON INVOLVES: Students start by creating a graph depicting Nigeria's current employment structure. The main task of the lesson is to create a differentiated CV for Nigeria - the different parts fo the CV related to different elements of learning about Nigeria's economy. The final task is to write the personal statement as a persuasive summary of what they have learned and why Nigeria should be considered for the future role of HIC. Students can write of sketch their CV information but must write the final statement. Lesson also includes a 5 minute review slide with questions from previous topics (can be skipped or edited if not relevant) RESOURCES: Their are two CV templates: MA - middle to lower ability/grades, HA higher ability/grades. The CV should be printed A3. The Oxford text book is used, but the lesson format can easily be edited to fit a different country with a different text book to support. Please review with any feedback or if you spot any weevils in the lesson :-)

By teach_tectonic

KS4 cartographical and graphical skills booklet

KS4 cartographical and graphical skills booklet

This 31 page booklet has been written to introduce, explain and test the cartographic and graphical elements of the OCR A specification skills exam. It describes the use of each technique in geography and gives their specific strength sand weaknesses. There is focus on OS maps where it describes in detail how to complete the skills necessary to read an OS map. It finishes by looking in detail at bar, line, pie, scatter graphs and lines of best fit, histograms and radial diagrams. Will be suitable for other exam board specifications.

By stevenpetrie