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AQA 9-1: A3 note taking template, The Global Distribution of Resources

AQA 9-1: A3 note taking template, The Global Distribution of Resources

Two A3 sheets that cover the introuction/overview section of this unit. Can be used to summarise the information in the Oxford text. Also useful as a revision exercise. Subject vocabulary has been included and the resource covers 8 pages from the textbook in a concise manner. Editable and PDF versions included.
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The Himalayas

The Himalayas

Part of the world’s largest mountain range can be found in north India, the Himalayas. The mountains act as a natural barrier preventing the cold wind from Central Asia entering India and stopping southwest winds which carry monsoons, helping to fertilise India’s soil with the rain it pours down. These worksheets look at life living in the mountains in a place called Uttarakhand through a student lead activity
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Indian Food

Indian Food

This lesson allows students to identify different fruits and vegetables which originate from India. They sample the foods and give a detailed description of specific fruits. They also have the opportunity to compare differences between ours and traditional Indian meal times
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A3 Revision Sheet - AQA 9-1 The Changing Economic World, Nigeria Case Study.

A3 Revision Sheet - AQA 9-1 The Changing Economic World, Nigeria Case Study.

A complete resource with no further preparation required. An A3 sheet that covers the NEE section of the economic world unit of the AQA 9-1 GCSE. Nigeria is covered in depth. Designed to be used after the unit has been taught to summarise the important information. Subject specific vocabulary has been identified and the resource concentrates on the specific requirements of the syllabus. Ideal for use with revision guides, knowledge organisers or class notes. Editable version and ready to print PDF versions included. No other preparation is needed and the resource references the syllabus content but not textbooks etc.
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