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Changing Places Resources AQA A-level

Changing Places Resources AQA A-level

All my resources for the AQA A-level Changing Places Unit. We have used Ilkeston, Derbyshire and Sneinton, Nottingham, as our local and distance places. You could though adapt these for your students. New resources will be adapted as when taught.
InsightGeography
What is development and indicators of development

What is development and indicators of development

This is a lesson designed for a year 9/GCSE group. The lesson is about what is development is and how it is measured using different indicators. Key facts about the lesson are: 1. Content covered in this lesson are what is development, various indicators of development and comparing HICs and LICs. 2. The key skills that students will used in this lesson are map skills, picture analysis, use of statistical data and extended writing. 3. The lesson is planned in detail and all the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter (map task), learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary (quiz). Just download and teach! 4. The lesson is differentiated for both low ability and high ability students. There are challenged tasks as well as support resources for low ability students.
suddy23
AQA GCSE Geography Tropical Rainforests Takeaway Homework

AQA GCSE Geography Tropical Rainforests Takeaway Homework

Created as part of the AQA GCSE Geography Tropical Rainforests Unit (Living World). A set of homework tasks in the style of a restaurant menu. Each course has a specific focus: Appetiser - key words revision Starter - recall 3 facts activity Main - 9 mark question Dessert - skills question (based on maps/ graphs/ photographs) To finish - A research task to further expand their knowledge and understanding Students have a choice of question and can be set a certain task/ combination of tasks depending on the focus of the homework e.g. practicing 9 mark questions. A popular homework with students and a versatile resource for teachers. Could also be used as an extension resource for more able students during lessons.
amac89
AQA GCSE Geography Cold Environments Takeaway Homework

AQA GCSE Geography Cold Environments Takeaway Homework

Created as part of the AQA GCSE Geography Cold Environments Unit. A set of homework tasks in the style of a restaurant menu. Each course has a specific focus: Appetiser - key words revision Starter - recall 3 facts activity Main - 9 mark question Dessert - skills question (based on maps/ graphs/ photographs) To finish - A research task to further expand their knowledge and understanding Students have a choice of question and can be set a certain task/ combination of tasks depending on the focus of the homework e.g. practicing 9 mark questions. A popular homework with students and a versatile resource for teachers. Could also be used as an extension resource for more able students during lessons.
amac89
Climate Change in the geological past

Climate Change in the geological past

Past climate change features in both the OCR and Edexcel geography A level specs but the first section on past climate is often glossed over. So, if you are finding it hard to get together enough material for this topic or havent got the time to research it in detail this bundle can help. It consists of 3 discreet lessons with written notes, diagrams, links and suggested exercises. They can be used as lesson notes or as a resource for student self guided study.
philbrighty1
GCSE Geography Edexcel B New GCSE The UK's Evolving Human Landscape.

GCSE Geography Edexcel B New GCSE The UK's Evolving Human Landscape.

You will be receiving over 18 lessons. Some of the lessons provided are for a double period so some lessons make take up two hours. These lessons can easily be adapted to suit you as the teacher, and the students you are teaching. Overall, these lessons have been used for a very mixed ability class who have very different learning needs and styles. Students enjoyed this and one of the lessons is a follow up lesson from our Geography trip to the London Olympic Park and London Docklands. What you will be getting. Most lessons will have hand-outs. Most lessons will challenge different learning styles and needs. Most lessons will have differing targets, geography skills and aspirations. Most lessons will have differing maps and graphs to analyse and work on. Lessons covered: Urban core regions. UK’s rural periphery. Changing population (diverse) Primary and secondary industries (Old economy) and ‘new economy’. Globalisation impact on the UK. Looking at London’s structure and location. Migration (London) Inequalities in London (comparison). Facing decline and expansion and regeneration/rebranding Field trip – London Improving London’s sustainability. Beyond the Capital and then off the Devon then Cornwall to look at the challenges it faces and how it has developed opportunities
sam_512
Educas B Geography - Key Idea 1.3 - 13 ready to teach lessons covering whole topic

Educas B Geography - Key Idea 1.3 - 13 ready to teach lessons covering whole topic

A complete set of lessons for teaching of the new Educas B geography GCSE for assessment in 2018. Covers key knowledge and skills needed for paper 1 and 2. All resources required and work sheets are attached either as a separate file or as the final slides on the power points. Can be taught by a subject specialist as well as a non subject specialist. A series of 13 lessons that focuses on key idea 1.2 development perspectives. Lessons are designed for 1 hour lessons however can easily be adapted to many different length lessons. Covers all content and uses vocabulary specific to the exam board as well as specific case studies linked to the specification.
Faye4506
Educas B geography GCSE - Key Idea 1.3 Changing places lesson bundle

Educas B geography GCSE - Key Idea 1.3 Changing places lesson bundle

A bundle of lessons that cover all key content for key idea 1.3. Includes all work sheets as standard either as a separate document or final slides on powerpoints. 13 lesson included. All designed specifically around the new GCSE for assessment in 2018. With use of correct terminology and content for Educas B. Designed for a 1 hr lesson but easily adapted. Focus on all key skills needed for both papers 1 and 2 as well as covering all specific content. Can be used easily by both specialists and non-specialists teaching the topics.
Faye4506
Climate Change 3: Understanding the Milankovitch Cycles

Climate Change 3: Understanding the Milankovitch Cycles

This is lesson 3 of three and follows on from Climate Change 1 and 2. Aimed at A level geography students this is a detailed whole lesson which can be used as a basis for your teaching notes or loaded on to your school intranet for students to work through. As well as the notes there are diagrams and suggested data analysis tasks for classwork and homework. In this lesson the focus is on the Milankovitch cycles and the positive feedback loops which led to the last ice age. There are also sections on the Loch Lomond Stadial and the Little Ice Age
philbrighty1
Climate Change 2: understanding the quaternary ice age

Climate Change 2: understanding the quaternary ice age

This is lesson 2 of three and follows on from Climate Change 1. Aimed at A level geography students this is a detailed whole lesson which can be used as a basis for your teaching notes or loaded on to your school intranet for students to work through. As well as the notes there are diagrams and suggested data analysis tasks for classwork and homework. In this lesson the focus is on how climate changed throughout both the Pleistocene and now, the Holocene. So it compares and contrasts temperature variations in both epochs.
philbrighty1
Climate Change 1: long term climate change

Climate Change 1: long term climate change

This is lesson one of three: it is written for A level students following either the OCR or Edexcel specs and lan overview of the earth's climate history going back over 1 billion years, including greenhouse and icehouse periods. It is written in the form of notes which teachers can use as the basis for their own lesson, or it could be loaded on to school intranet and set as a student guided research task. In addition to detailed notes and diagrams there are a series of exercises which can be set for classwork/homework
philbrighty1