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2017-2018 Year 11 OCR B Revision 18) OS Map Revision WITH ANSWERS

2017-2018 Year 11 OCR B Revision 18) OS Map Revision WITH ANSWERS

This booster was in light of poor test results from the March Mock. All exam questions have ANSWERS. The lesson focuses on the following questions: What is the direct distance between the railway station (8910) and Stoupe Cross Farm?. [2] What is the actual distance between the railway station (8910) and Stoupe Cross Farm?. [2] On the map, give a 4 or 6 figure grid reference of two physical landforms. [2] You are at Whitby Sands in 8911, and have been given the image on the following slide. Which direct would you be facing? [1] Give five pieces of map evidence which suggests the area is popular with tourists. [1] Why is the Whitby area a desirable place to live? Give two pieces of map evidence to support your answer. [4] The lesson is as focuses on the following topics: 4 figure grid references Map symbols 6 figure grid references Different scaled maps Direct and actual distances OS Map questions (see above and opposite) Relief Physical and Human features on a map
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Rural Periphery - What has the government done to help the UK's rural periphery.

Rural Periphery - What has the government done to help the UK's rural periphery.

GCSE lesson for GEOGRAPHY. Catered for the EDEXCEL specification B exam board- Topic: ‘The UK’s evolving human landscape’. The lesson is easily taught to students with resources located either within the lesson (end slides and throughout the presentation) or separately. The resource covers a range of learning styles with challenge present throughout the lesson and can easily be adapted to suit individuals with differing learning needs or whole groups. The lesson title is an exam question which will then be answered at the end of the lesson. This lesson is based upon an exam question within the subject specification and SoW. Students will look at the UK’s rural periphery and it characteristics. However, they will also be looking at what the government has done to help these areas. The lesson is aimed at a mixed ability class and therefore suits all abilities with challenge to target the higher ability students.
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Population density - Title: State two reasons why population density varies across the UK.

Population density - Title: State two reasons why population density varies across the UK.

GCSE lesson for GEOGRAPHY. Catered for the EDEXCEL specification B exam board- Topic: ‘The UK’s evolving human landscape’. The lesson is easily taught to students with resources located either within the lesson (end slides and throughout the presentation) or separately. The resource covers a range of learning styles with challenge present throughout the lesson and can easily be adapted to suit individuals with differing learning needs or whole groups. The lesson title is an exam question which will then be answered at the end of the lesson. This lesson is based upon an exam question within the subject specification and SoW. Students will look POPULATION DENSITY and the reasons why it varies in differing places. The lesson is aimed at a mixed ability class and therefore suits all abilities with challenge to target the higher ability students.
sam_512
The Cycle Of Poverty

The Cycle Of Poverty

The cycle of poverty is a phenomenon where poor families, more severely in LEDCs, become trapped in poverty for generations due to limited or no access to fundamental resources such as education, financial and subsequent generations also being underprivileged. These worksheets look at life through the eyes of a poor family as to whether they should move from the country to the city, where they should move to and how to make money. One way of making money in the city is by making paper bags, they are sold to shop and stall holders who sell rice and spices. Ten bags will earn them 1 rupee (1p)! In groups they make as many bags as they can in thirty minutes…
WillsonEducation
India's Wealth And The Cycle Of Poverty

India's Wealth And The Cycle Of Poverty

The cycle of poverty is a phenomenon where poor families, more severely in LEDCs, become trapped in poverty for generations due to limited or no access to fundamental resources such as education, financial and subsequent generations also being underprivileged. These worksheets look at the devision of wealth within India and has the students look at life through the eyes of a poor family as to whether they should move from the country to the city, where they should move to and how to make money. One way of making money in the city is by making paper bags, they are sold to shop and stall holders who sell rice and spices. Ten bags will earn them 1 rupee (1p)! In groups they make as many bags as they can in thirty minutes…
WillsonEducation
A3 Revision Sheet - AQA 9-1 The Changing Economic World, UK Economic Futures.

A3 Revision Sheet - AQA 9-1 The Changing Economic World, UK Economic Futures.

A complete resource with no further preparation required. An A3 sheet that covers the UK section of the economic world unit of the AQA 9-1 GCSE. 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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