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GCSE AQA 9-1: UK Weather Hazards, Knowledge Organiser and Revision Summary.

GCSE AQA 9-1: UK Weather Hazards, Knowledge Organiser and Revision Summary.

ready to use resource with no preparation required. Complete knowledge organiser and revision summary that covers the UK Weather Hazards section of the AQA 9-1 GCSE. Contains in a concise and easy to follow format all the information required, including the subject specific vocabulary. The resource is easily editable to suit your needs but an easy to distribute PDF version is also included. The Somerset Levels is included as the extreme weather event. A blank editable example table is also included if you have used different examples or want students to create their own. Leave a review and pick any other resource for free.
tosh740
Hazards KS3 Geography

Hazards KS3 Geography

Suited to students in KS3 at beginning of this topic. Information and worksheet with activities. Biohazard, tectonic, geomorphological and atmospheric. To have an understanding of specific definitions, to be able to explain key features and effects and create/research extension task.
alisonhank
Weather Hazards Revision AQA A Geography GCSE

Weather Hazards Revision AQA A Geography GCSE

Revision booklet for pupils to complete independently on the topic of Weather Hazards from Paper 1 using their exercise books/ textbooks. The case studies included are: Typhoon Haiyan and the Somerset Levels
awoods24
What happened in the Somerset Levels?

What happened in the Somerset Levels?

This is the Somerset Levels (2014) extreme event flood case study taught as part of OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography- paper 1 module 3. The lesson includes: Locating the Somerset Levels Why the Somerset Levels is prone to flooding The causes of the 2014 event and categorisation task The impacts/effects of the flood event The responses to the event The solutions (e.g. dredging- traditional flooding methods and more sustainable methods- do nothing). OCR style exam question The lesson is researched thoroughly and includes the necessary detail and facts for pupils to achieve on OCR’s 4 mark questions (SAMS).
adamac1
KS3 Geography Maths Revision: Bloodhound SSC Mapping Activity 11-14/KS3

KS3 Geography Maths Revision: Bloodhound SSC Mapping Activity 11-14/KS3

This is designed as a revision, interactive activity, where pupils read a variety of maps, use scales, symbols, and plot and plan routes. Watch the introductory video, explain the rules, then assemble to class into small groups. Give each group a challenge card, they work together to solve it. If they answer right, they are awarded points and given a new challenge, if they are wrong send them back with some advice to improve their answers. Each Powerpoint slide may be printed out, (I recommend 5 copies of each challenge) and laminated if you wish, to create the challenge cards. Or you may prefer to keep it as a didactic presentation to introduce the topics with more guidance. Differentiation: Challenge 3 is a straight forward card sort, Challenge 5 an in-depth project requiring independent research. National Curriculum Links: KS3 Geography: Build on their knowledge of globes, maps and atlases and apply and develop this knowledge routinely in the classroom and in the field. Interpret Ordnance Survey maps in the classroom and the field, including using grid references and scale, topographical and other thematic mapping, and aerial and satellite photographs. Use Geographical Information Systems (GIS) to view, analyse and interpret places and data.
Bloodhound_EDU