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OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography: Knowledge Organisers

OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography: Knowledge Organisers

Here are six knowledge organisers for OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography. These sheets compress the modules down into manageable sections without losing the necessary detail to obtain the top marks in higher tariff questions.
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OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography: Environmental Threats to Our Planet Revision Sheets/Knowledge Organiser

OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography: Environmental Threats to Our Planet Revision Sheets/Knowledge Organiser

Here are a series of six revision sheets to help students revise and retain information for the OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography paper 2 module 3 environmental threats to our planet. These sheets summarise the whole of the module- without losing the necessary detail. Included: The Quaternary period Evidence for climate change and advantages/disadvantages Human/natural causes of climate change Potential causes of climate change: extreme weather and sea level rise Global circulation of the atmosphere El Nino/La Nina Tropical storms, formation and distribution Causes of droughts/location Extreme weather case study caused by El Nino- The Big Dry, Australia
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OCR GCSE Environmental Threats to Our Planet revision mind map

OCR GCSE Environmental Threats to Our Planet revision mind map

This is skeleton mind map with all of the key learning objectives included to direct student revision. It begins with climate change since the quaternary period, evidence of and natural causes. It then covers the enhanced greenhouse effect - cause, effect and response with Tuvalu as the case study. Next is climate, extreme weather, atmosphere circulation, El Nino and La Nina, tropical storms and drought, finishing with Australia’s ‘Big Dry’. The resource is three A3 sheets.
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Geography Bundle

Geography Bundle

3 Geography lessons: Climate change, Grid References and Air Pressure. Engaging lessons for students
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Glaciation

Glaciation

KS3 Topic - Glaciation Lesson 1 - What are glaciers and where are they located? Lesson 2 - How are glaciers formed and how can they shape the landscape? Lesson 3 - Processes of Glaciation Lesson 4 - Glacial landforms shaped by erosion. Lesson 5 - Glacial landforms shaped by deposition Lesson 6 - What is it like to live in a glacial environment? Lesson 7 - Climate Change vs Glacial Environments Fully resourced lessons with a wide range of activities. Homework sheets and differentiated lower ability worksheets included.
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Glaciation - Lesson 7 - Climate Change vs Glacial Environments

Glaciation - Lesson 7 - Climate Change vs Glacial Environments

Lesson Objective: To investigate the impact of climate change on named glacial environments. Tasks include - memory game, key facts on climate change. Information pack - Including information of six glacial environments. Can be conducted as a carousel activity, group work or individual task - A3 worksheet to help collate information.
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OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography: The Big Dry Case Study

OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography: The Big Dry Case Study

This lesson is taught as part of OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography- Environmental Threats to Our Planet (Paper 2 Module 3). This lesson focuses upon the drought event that is caused by El Nino- the Big Dry in Australia. This lesson focuses upon: The causes of the Big Dry Relevant video clips The consequences of the Big Dry- social, economic and environmental The responses of individuals, local government, national government and scientists/environmentalists All resources necessary are attached.
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OCR A 9-1 GCSE: How does extreme weather cause natural weather hazards ?

OCR A 9-1 GCSE: How does extreme weather cause natural weather hazards ?

This is a OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography lesson for Environmental Threats to Our Planet (Paper 2 Module 3). This lesson focuses upon the natural hazards that extreme weather causes: Key terms for the lesson Normal ocean conditions of the Pacific The differences between La Nina and El Nino What are tropical storms? Where do tropical storms happen? What are the causes of tropical storms? What are the frequency of tropical strorms? What are droughts? What causes droughts? What are the frequency of droughts? GCSE exam question and mark scheme All resources necessary are included.
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