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AQA Geography (2016-) - Human fieldwork whole unit of work (Polegate, urban sprawl) - easy adapt

AQA Geography (2016-) - Human fieldwork whole unit of work (Polegate, urban sprawl) - easy adapt

New AQA specification. This is the whole unit of work for the Human fieldwork required for the new GCSE. It contains the fieldwork booklet, a series of lessons for the introduction, method, secondary data, data analysis, conclusion and evaluation lessons with exemplars and graded criteria throughout. These lessons were graded outstanding by our leadership team. Physical fieldwork unit of work also available.

By markleswell

AQA Geography (2016-) - Physical fieldwork whole unit of work  (Eastbourne, coasts) - easy adapt

AQA Geography (2016-) - Physical fieldwork whole unit of work (Eastbourne, coasts) - easy adapt

New AQA specification. This is the whole unit of work for the Physical fieldwork required for the new GCSE. It contains the fieldwork booklet, a series of lessons for the introduction, method, secondary data, data analysis, conclusion and evaluation lessons with exemplars and graded criteria throughout. These lessons were graded outstanding by our leadership team. Human fieldwork unit of work also available.

By markleswell

Fieldwork in Lewisham, London for OCR A Level Geography - Social Inequality

Fieldwork in Lewisham, London for OCR A Level Geography - Social Inequality

Fieldwork handout (whole day) for Deptford and Blackheath in Lewisham, London to meet the requirements of the OCR A Level Geography specification - Changing Spaces Making Places topic from the Human Interactions paper. The day begins in Blackheath with background information to the area (including a brief history and some census data) and then guides students through several fieldwork tasks, including questionnaires and retail diversity surveys. The afternoon session is in Deptford, and follows the same outline of background information and data collection tasks. This is in order to introduce students to data collection methods (with discussion included on ethical implications of research and sampling strategies) ahead of their NEA Independent Investigations - our students found this day very useful and did come back to using/adapting some of these techniques for their own projects in different locations. A follow up evaluative task is included to encourage students to evaluate various indicators of social inequality in order to meet the following criteria from the specification: o the types of evidence of social inequality that can be found there such as housing, environmental quality, crime rates, digital divide o the range of factors that influence people’s social inequality such as income, gender, age, health, personal mobility, ethnicity and education o how social inequality impacts upon people’s daily lives in different ways.

By ve209

Quantitative Data (includes in-class research)

Quantitative Data (includes in-class research)

A full lesson to introduce students to the components of an investigation; purpose, hypotheses, methods, data, analysis, conclusion and evaluation. Based upon an in-class quantitative research piece (you could add more choices to this depending on age of students and how adventurous you want to be! e.g. pedestrian or traffic counts)

By alisoncarrie

The Grid Reference System.

The Grid Reference System.

The Grid Reference System. Lesson Objectives: At the end of the lesson the students should be able to: Define the term grid. Explain the importance of grid on maps Define the term eastings and northings. Explain how to locate places and features using four and six figure grid references. This slide examines the topic and should be used to teach students of geography in KS 3,4 & 5 . It is written with graphically illustrations and revision questions at the end meant for assessment. A must have for teachers of geography.

By superclassic73