Geography Quiz

Geography Quiz

A very interesting quiz with all th wonders of the world. Your students have to guess where the monument on ppt presentation is.
MrFokion
Amazing Race 2 GCSE Geography Revision Game

Amazing Race 2 GCSE Geography Revision Game

This is my Second Amazing Race for GCSE revision. It covers topics such as Rainforests, River processes and Volcanoes. The Journey takes students to Iceland (E15) Madagascar (Rainforest [SKILLS - Scale]) UK (Medmerry) Malaysia (Borneo Rainforest) Egypt (Nile River) UK (Nap Wood) Every location has 2 tasks - these tasks include GCSE questions, creative and recall tasks. There are also 2 road block tasks: model building and European flag recognition
steveshortland25
The Amazing Race Geog Revision

The Amazing Race Geog Revision

This is a Geography Revision tool for GCSE. Students have to guess specific locations (previously studied) then complete 1 of 2 tasks in order to move on to the next location. There are also road block tasks where the winner can nominate a team to complete BOTH tasks in the next leg. This is a 6 leg journey covering The Philippines (Typhoon Haiyan) UK (Birmingham opportunities) Pakistan (Thar Desert - adaptations and food webs) India (Mumbai/Dharavi) DRC (Nyiragongo) Kiribati (Climate change) It does take a lot of time to set up but well worth it! I have already started to create a second one as the kids enjoyed it so much. included is all activities needed to complete plus blank templates. They come in an unprotected format so you can adapt to fit your SOL. Enjoy
steveshortland25
Coast SOW KS3

Coast SOW KS3

8 Lesson SOW plus an Assessment and DIRT lesson. All worksheets and resources provided no need for textbooks. Includes exam questions with self and peer assessment. All lessons include challenge tasks. Includes: Introduction to Coasts Coastal Processes Erosional Landforms Longshore Drift Depositional Landforms Planning a Coastal Walk Happisburgh Case Study Coastal Management
alicenutman
geography skills fieldwork gcse ks3 statistics assessment walking talking test 1-9

geography skills fieldwork gcse ks3 statistics assessment walking talking test 1-9

A test used to deliver a walking talking exam to gcse geography pupils. Each pupil had a copy and made annotations. The hall was booked and classes combined together. I then talked through each question and outlined exactly how to answer it. a visualiser was used too. Was used to cover geographiocal skills, fieldwork and statistics. Planned for OCR geography 1-9, but content and coverage is relevant to all current 1-9 specifications.
andymcstump
Lesson 6 - Planning a Coastal Walk

Lesson 6 - Planning a Coastal Walk

Lesson 6 in Coastal SOW for KS3, although could be adapted for KS4. Includes differentiated LOs: All – recap 4/6 figure grid references Most – plan a coastal walk using an OS map and success criteria Some – start composing coastal walk Pupils will use a planning sheet, success criteria and OS map to plan a walk along the Dorset Coastline. Includes adaptable whole class feedback sheet.
alicenutman
World Cup Geography Skills Lesson

World Cup Geography Skills Lesson

To embrace the World Cup 2018, this document is to get the students to think about where the players in the England team play when they at home but also to improve Geographical skills that can be used later in their education. There are a series of tasks to get the student to improve how they use an Atlas, then improving statistical skills (mean, median, mode and range), creating bar and scatter graphs and then going back to the Atlas to find out about the teams that were in the quarter-finals of the 2018 World Cup. This is great for students in Year 7 to 9 and is a great opportunity for a display. With Year 7-8 students work in pairs, Year 9 are able to this by themselves. I would really appreciate feedback on this resource as it is the first one I have uploaded. Also I would like to know if people have adapted or included anything else! Thank you
GRFC
Upland lowland uses characteristics geography gcse ks3 OCR AQA

Upland lowland uses characteristics geography gcse ks3 OCR AQA

All the resources needed to teach pupils about the uses and characteristics of upland & lowland areas in the UK. Pupils create an overlay (see video). This is a nice way to introduce GIS. Pupils then sort, analyse & explain the pictures. Usually takes two lessons to complete. Suitable for all age groups & easily amended to suit all GCSE geography specifications.
andymcstump
The United Kingdom

The United Kingdom

A complete unit for KS3. The lessons cover the UK for a human geographers perspective and a physical geographers perspective. All the lessons have starters/connect activities, main/activate and demonstrate activities and plenary/consolidation activities. The worksheets have been created and included at the end of each presentation. Answers have been provided and all you need to do is click through the PowerPoint, making self/peer assessment easy. Below is a summary of the main activities in each lesson. Lesson 1: A mapping activity, so students understand where the different human and physical features of the UK are. Lesson 2: What is England? This lesson breaks down what is meant by the UK and it different states. Lesson 3: Students use their learning from the previous two lessons and use data to help them explain the distribution of the UK’s population. Lesson 4: The weather and climate of the UK, students will use figures to help explain why the UK has such a varied climate. Lesson 5: Why are some areas in the UK wetter than others, students will use sources to explain this. Lesson 6: Students will use census data to make conclusions about the UKs population. Lesson 7: What is the EU and the Commonwealth and how are we connected to the rest of the world.
MrTheo
FIFA World Cup 2018 Russia lesson pack

FIFA World Cup 2018 Russia lesson pack

A fantastic resource for at least 2-3 lessons depending on how you want to stretch it- could be more! Suitable for KS 3-4 geography study of the WC. Also includes cross-curricular links: numeracy, literacy, citizenship. With a variety of key skills practiced. You may work or teach through the booklet or have students to simply get on with it. It can also work in a computer room if you have access to this, where students can complete the homework task of researching the selected countries.
mjonathan14
Color the Map of the USA

Color the Map of the USA

This printable handout includes a map of the United States to color and learn. Crayons or colored pencils are needed for this activity. No other prep needed.
tspeelman
OUP Geog.1 Year 7 Summer Homework

OUP Geog.1 Year 7 Summer Homework

This is a booklet is based on the Michelin i-Spy books. Students get points for spotting things in and around their homes and beyond. It covers all the chapters from the geog.1 textbook from OUP, and is designed to be a homework project for students to complete during the summer holidays. For each item they find they get points and these points lead to house points, merits, credits, stars (whichever reward system your school uses): I even give students a certificate for completing it. There are 20 pages which can be printed as an A5 booklet or you can choose which pages you want to use as each chapter from the textbook has a set of activities: my version has 16 pages based on the chapters I covered and some extra puzzle pages as well. There is a word puzzle and a place for the students to keep a record of their points as they collect them, there is a place for parents to sign confirmation that students actually did achieve what they say just in case you get a student that makes it up. There are spaces for images, due to copyright I have removed the pictures that I use, but they can easily by added.
sangepb
Water Supply and Use - Extension Task

Water Supply and Use - Extension Task

KS4 task designed to familiarise GCSE students with: water supply methods and vocabulary relating to this, water management techniques, graph skills and map interpretation.
morgancc
Rainforest Protection and Use Decision Making Task

Rainforest Protection and Use Decision Making Task

Ideal for KS3 or KS4. The worksheet deals with land use in the Indonesian rainforest and asks pupils to read about the standpoints of different groups including miners, farmers, local council members and others and make a decision on how to use the rainforest most effectively. This culminates in pupils using a map of Borneo (given on the worksheet) to zone different land uses in the most appropriate places and explain why they chose each area. The sheet can work as an activity on its own or could be used to scaffold a debate task. Resource created for the Environmental Management part of Geography IGCSE Theme 3 but could be used at various levels as the language in the task is not too challenging.
morgancc
WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 16- Rainforest Sustainable Management

WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 16- Rainforest Sustainable Management

This lesson is the 16th lesson in the fifth theme of the new WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 specification for geography. This lesson looks at different strategies that can be used to sustainably manage the rainforest. The 10 minutes on sheet is the starter to get pupils thinking about what they have learnt already about rainforests by recapping over previous lessons worth of work. The idea for the sheet came from the marvelous Jen Monk (@Jennnnnn_x). The keep it, bin it, build it sheet came from the brilliant Paul (@ploguey). The lesson contains exam practise with the marking sheet so you can easily mark students work and students can get use to a consistent and easy marking sheet. Any feedback on this lesson would be a great help for future lessons uploaded onto here. JPMathsandGeography
Pedley123
WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 7- Urban Micro-climates

WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 7- Urban Micro-climates

This lesson is the 7th lesson in the fifth theme of the new WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 specification for geography. This lesson looks at urban micro-climates and how they affect the weather is an urban area. This lesson also uses an investigation where pupils go around their school exploring different micro-climates. The activities are r on the worksheet and on the powerpoint. Any feedback on this lesson would be a great help for future lessons uploaded onto here. JPMathsandGeography
Pedley123
WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 4- Cyclone Pam

WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 4- Cyclone Pam

This lesson is the 4th lesson in the fifth theme of the new WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 specification for geography. This lesson looks at how low pressure systems causes extreme weather events. Pupils explore this through looking at South Asian Monsoons and the 2015 Cyclone Pam. The activities for most of the work is on the powerpoint and the worksheets are attached. Any feedback on this lesson would be a great help for future lessons uploaded onto here. JPMathsandGeography
Pedley123
Advanced Map Skills

Advanced Map Skills

A collection of resources for students that have mastered basic maps skills and are ready to move on to contours, scale and 6 figure grid references or revise with a quiz.
sparsi_alexi
Rainforests (Kho Yai National Park in Thailand)

Rainforests (Kho Yai National Park in Thailand)

A 6 lesson scheme of work planned for Year 7 students using photographs from my own trip to the rainforest in Thailand as a more unusual case study. The scheme of work covers location, climate and adaptations of plants and animals to the rainforest. Lesson 4 was my particular favourite as we cleared all the chairs and tables to the sides of the classroom and (using the photographs in the presentation as inspiration) took a virtual field trip to the rainforest together. Lesson 5 and 6 are based on the Making Animals activity from the original Thinking Through Geography book by David Leat. A copy of this would be useful for these two lessons. You will also find a copy of the Geog.2 textbook useful.
JillOwens
Snow Day Geography Lesson

Snow Day Geography Lesson

Are all your pupils staring out the window watching the snow fall? Are they complaining that their cousin who lives somewhere snowier didn’t have to go to school today? Bring their attention back to some Geography using this special Snow Day mystery. Explore the reasons why different parts of the UK are more or less likely to have a snow day. The original Powerpoint was developed for a school based in a town called Maldon. You will need to change the word ‘Maldon’ to the name of your town to make the lesson relevant to your pupils. You will also need atlases with maps of the UK. This lesson is aimed at KS3 students developing basic map skills and understanding of what affects our weather. However, it was designed to be kept in a bottom drawer ready to use with any class that gets distracted by the snow outside.
JillOwens
Flags of Central America - Interactive Notebook Activity

Flags of Central America - Interactive Notebook Activity

Cut out each flag and paste into the map of Central America: Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama. This printable handout includes 7 flags and a map to cut out and paste into your interactive notebook.
tspeelman
GIS air pollution UK investigation

GIS air pollution UK investigation

This is a stand-alone activity using De Bono’s thinking skills/ hats to analysis a GIS image of air pollution levels accorss the uk. There is a link to the met office website to help complete the task, and an extension activity for the more able. The questions are colour-coded into the 6 hats, however you don’t need any prior knowlege on these to utilize the resource. Originally written for our year 9 GIS scheme of work.
victoriabennett
4 figure grid references (With support)

4 figure grid references (With support)

A worksheet that will allow students to use an OS Map of Sheffield to practice their use of 4 figure grid references. This sheet has additional support for students that are not confident with 4 figure grid references yet. *(Sheffield OS map/map section needed)
sparsi_alexi
Map skills quiz

Map skills quiz

Three rounds of themed map skills questions to test your class and revise this set of skills. Personal photos of the class teacher have been removed and replaced with a cartoon image, these can be replaced with photos of the actual teacher to add excitement and a personal touch to this quiz.
sparsi_alexi
History & The World Cup 2018 Bundle 2

History & The World Cup 2018 Bundle 2

This bundle contains various worksheets on change & continuity at the World Cup. The aim of these worksheets is for pupils to build various historical skills, in particular; change & continuity. They will explore how the world has changed and continued through the windows of The World Cup. The focus in these resources is on terrorism and tracking change between two World Cups. These worksheets are really popular with all pupils, especially the football fans! These worksheets work well as a follow up from my FREE resource on History & The World Cup and History & The World Cup Bundle so make sure you get that as well! I would appreciate any comments! Thanks & hope you enjoy them! #ITSCOMINGHOME!!
JosephMukuka
How Developed is India?

How Developed is India?

This lesson is currently used towards the end of year 7, but would be equally useful for any KS3 group, or as an introduction at GCSE. Pupils will be asked at the start of the lesson to justify whether or not they think that India is developed. During the lesson, a card sort will help pupils to create a map showing the development of different regions of India. At the end of the lesson, pupils are asked to look back at their answer to the question of how developed India is and see explain whether or not they’ve changed their mind. There is a second bellwork included in the powerpoint incase you don’t get through it all in one lesson. This lesson follows the same format as my, ‘How Developed is China?’ lesson
sarahwoodhead
End of term word search

End of term word search

End of term word search Countries of the World Cryptic Word Search Geography A series of questions about various countries with the answers to be found in a word search. All answers are included. It is suitable for secondary, key stage 3 and 4. This resource is 6 pages in total. It can be printed in colour or black and white. You may also like Geography crossword To view my other resources, please visit Maths Shop Keywords: geography, fun, activity, worksheet, countries
Elsie99
KS3 Map Skills

KS3 Map Skills

10 simple to use worksheets that cover a range of basic maps skills including: Grid references Compass directions OS map symbols Atlas use Measuring distance Contours
sparsi_alexi
Basic map skills

Basic map skills

3 worksheets on using an atlas, learning OS map symbols and using compass directions. A fun introduction to KS3 map skills.
sparsi_alexi
Contours

Contours

2 worksheets to provide practice for students in using contours to measure height on maps.
sparsi_alexi
Personal map symbol key

Personal map symbol key

An extensive key of OS map symbols for students to stick into the front cover of their book. The sheet has two purposes, one is to provide an activity in which students name the map symbols, the other is for students to keep this in their book as a reference for later lessons.
sparsi_alexi
Contour patterns mixup

Contour patterns mixup

A simple activity in which students are to match the contours on the left, with the matching image in the center and the description on the right. Two copies are contained on this sheet which is to be cut in half before used.
sparsi_alexi
OS-map question race (*Sheffield OS map needed)

OS-map question race (*Sheffield OS map needed)

An exciting way for students to practice their use of 6-figure grid references. Using an OS map of Sheffield students race through the questions that require them to find symbols or name what is at certain grid references. (6 figure grid references only).
sparsi_alexi
OS-map question race (*Sheffield OS map needed)

OS-map question race (*Sheffield OS map needed)

An exciting way for students to practice their use of 4-figure grid references. Using an OS map of Sheffield students race through the questions that require them to find symbols or name what is at certain grid references. (4 figure grid references only).
sparsi_alexi
A-Z Atlas scavenger hunt (Atlases required)

A-Z Atlas scavenger hunt (Atlases required)

A simple worksheet to familiarize students with using an atlas. Questions ask students to search their atlas for answers that each start with a different letter of the alphabet. (*Atlas needed for this task to work).
sparsi_alexi
Contours worksheet

Contours worksheet

A simple worksheet to familiarize students with contours. Questions ask students to write down where letters are positioned on the map according to the contours.
sparsi_alexi