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Nujeen mystery - Why did Nujeen want to travel to Germany?

Nujeen mystery - Why did Nujeen want to travel to Germany?

This resource makes use of Nujeen Mustafa's book 'Nujeen'. Nujeen is a Syrian refugee who fled Syria and travelled through 9 countries to reach Germany, all in a wheelchair! It highlights the push and pull factors of migration and the conditions and experiences that migrants go through. It also highlights the consequences of migration on the individual, families and countries. The resource is aimed at A level geography students but can be adapted by reducing the number of statements and pitching the statements at different age groups.
mbarker1975
Educas B Geography GCSE flash cards Key idea 1

Educas B Geography GCSE flash cards Key idea 1

A bundle of flash cards that can be easily printed front to back to create class packs or for individual students for revision. Covers all key content for key Idea 1 You save 33% when buying as a bundle instead of individually These are available for all key content for paper 1
Faye4506
Educas B Geography Key Idea 1 multiple choice quiz and answers

Educas B Geography Key Idea 1 multiple choice quiz and answers

An extensive 140 question multiple choice quiz and knowledge recall to for key idea one. Split into the three components and comes with a mark scheme Great to use as homework, starters, plenaries and knowledge refreshers as well as a way or working out where the knowledge gaps up for students in the run up to exams. Allows for the quick refresh of key content to then apply this more extensively to exam style questions. These are available for all three key ideas for paper 1
Faye4506
AQA GCSE Geography New Specification The Development Gap Lessons

AQA GCSE Geography New Specification The Development Gap Lessons

A series of 7 lessons and resources to support the new GCSE AQA Geography specification Unit 2: Changes in the Human Environment- Development. Lesson 1 and 2: The Development Gap Lesson 3: Measures of Development Lesson 4: The DTM Lesson 5: Population Pyramids Lesson 6: Causes of Uneven Development Lesson 7: Migration and Uneven Development
teachgeogblog
Urbanistion SoW

Urbanistion SoW

SoW covering Counter urbanisation in HICs, urbanisation in LICs with a particular focus on Mumbai/Dharavi. 11 lessons with powerpoints and appropriate resources Why do people move? Counterurbanisation in HICs Counterurbanisation in HICs 2 Counterurbanisation 3 Urbanisation in LICs Urbanisation in LICS Effects Urbanisation in Mumbai (Dharavi) Urbanisation in Mumbai 2 Solutions to Problems in Mumbai Solutions to Problems 2 Megacities
GeogResources2017
Educas B Geography GCSE flash cards Key idea 1.1 Urbanisation in contrasting global cities

Educas B Geography GCSE flash cards Key idea 1.1 Urbanisation in contrasting global cities

A complete set of flash cards for Key Idea 1.1 - Urbanisation in contrasting global cities for the specification Educas B geography. Easy to print front to back double sided. Can be used in for revision or printed to create bespoke flash cards for the Educas B syllabus. Covers all key content for the section. Uses exam specific vocabulary. Flash cards are available for all key ideas.
Faye4506
CHANGING PLACES:1. Introducing 'PLACE'

CHANGING PLACES:1. Introducing 'PLACE'

This lesson (which took me 2 lessons to deliver) has been created to address the AQA Geography A-Level specification. It includes the specification outline (not included in price) and the key lesson resource which has... - Starter task - to encourage students to think about the concept of 'place'. - Clear learning objectives and success criteria linked to the specification. - New information, hyperlinked video clips and activities (student hand-out at end of PPT) that introduce 'place' and then break down this term into physical and human definitions, with further development into theoretical approaches to place, insider and outsider perspectives on place, near and far places and also experienced versus media places. - Plenary task to review learning. - Homework - linked to text book reading and activity. - Further reading - with hyperlinked web pages.
clmcdonnell
OCR A Level Geography  - Paper 3 Synoptic Questions - Disease Dilemmas

OCR A Level Geography - Paper 3 Synoptic Questions - Disease Dilemmas

An overview of how to answer 12-mark synoptic questions from Paper 3 - OCR A Level Geography. Guidelines are given on AO1 and AO2 weightings and how to structure a 12-mark answer, with an example plan. Evaluative comments are also emphasised, and examples of how to implement these in an answer are given. There is also a question builder grid with links between the Disease Dilemmas topic, and the topics from Papers 1 and 2 (including Changing Spaces; Making Places and Earth's Life Support Systems, as well as Coastal Landscapes, Human Rights and Global Migration as the optional topics). This question builder allows students to create an almost endless list of their own synoptic questions from all parts of the specification.
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