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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
Geographical Skill Worksbooklet

Geographical Skill Worksbooklet

A complete and comprehensive 133-page workbooklet for an extensive range of geographical skills. Each skill has a detailed explanation and examples for students understanding and knowledge. There are also hundreds of activities and questions covering each skill which utilise the maps and sources included in the appendix of the workbooklet. Detailed answers to these activities and questions are also included. There are 25 chapters as follows: 1. Latitude and longitude-degrees and minutes 2. Longitude and time zones 3. Climate Statistics and Graphs 4. Cold fronts and Warm fronts 5. Weather maps and satellite images 6. Quadrants, Area References & Grid Reference 7.Directions and Bearings 8. Legends, builts and biophysical features 9.Interpreting and determining scales 10.Distance and Time 11.Calculating areas 12. Calculating Densities 13. Contour and heights 14. Local Relief and differences in elevation 15.Gradients 16. Cross sections and Vertical Exaggeration 17. Transect 18. Pie Graphs 19. Proportional bar graphs 20.Calculating absolute and relative differences 21. Ternary graphs 22.Population Pyramids 23. Precis, Choropleth and Isoline Maps 24. Relationships on topographic maps 25. Hints This workbooklet is perfect for revision, independent learning or homework. The sources and maps focus on Australia. However, the skills are universal. Leave a review and choose any resource for FREE! Visit my SHOP for many more great resources
humanitiesbox
NEW 9-1 Coasts Revision Sheet

NEW 9-1 Coasts Revision Sheet

Coasts Revision Sheet can be printed doubled sided on either A4 or A3. This sheet is aimed at pupils who prefer more structured revision or lower ability students who need more support. Sheet numbered 1 - 12 as used in conjunction with revision clocks. Students to pick which sheet they'd prefer allowing for self differentiation.
Katie_Maria
QR codes key skills and videos refresh or revision sheet

QR codes key skills and videos refresh or revision sheet

This sheet has QR codes which link to YouTube videos for key Geographical Skills like 6 figure grid references, but also videos of Hans Rosling and other TED Talks. It is used for kids who need to revise topics or go back over things, they can scan the QR code at home and watch it as many times as they want. I have attached the word doc so you could easily make one of these sheets for a each topic by using a free QR code generator.
isabel_wood88
Information Text year 2 Bundle

Information Text year 2 Bundle

Teaching information Text Bundle for year 2. A fabulous wealth of resources to teach information text. Linked to different topics. Animals -snails, whales and nocturnal animals. Under the sea-puffer fish Olympics. Can be used for english T4W and topic. Also useful for guided reading. Diverse, exciting and relevant to the new curriculum.
rehanafazil
Geographical Fieldwork Investigation: Self assessment for the NEA

Geographical Fieldwork Investigation: Self assessment for the NEA

This lesson resource has been created to help enable students to reflect effectively on their independent study, as per the rules of independence set out in the specification for the AQA A-Level in Geography. In this PPT the mark scheme is broken down and allows the teacher to discuss each element without being specific about an individual piece of work. There are supporting hand-outs (at the end of the PPT) where students can made notes to annotate the mark scheme and then add comments about the strengths and areas for development in their own work when taking into account the mark scheme. Using these notes students can then make improvements and modifications to their NEA/independent study.
clmcdonnell
CHANGING PLACES: 4. Place studies [Near and distant]

CHANGING PLACES: 4. Place studies [Near and distant]

These resources have been created to address the AQA Geography A-Level specification. I taught this concurrently to other lessons linked to the changing places topic as this is a guided but ultimately independent study, which I hoped would help build some skills and resilience which will ultimately help them with the NEA. There are two PPTs one which explores near places and one for a distant case study. Students need to pick their near study as it has to be somewhere they know well, the distant should be somewhere they don't know and quite contrasting. The near resource does include links to places but ultimately helps students to create a case study for whatever location they choose. The distant place study is for Oldham. It includes; - Starter task - Clear learning objectives and success criteria linked to the specification. - New information, hyperlinks to a range of relevant websites (for both quantitative and qualitative sources) and clear outline of activities that guide students through the creation of their own place study. The guidance includes clear instruction about how to navigate key websites to find the useful information they need to be able to create a quality place study. The NEAR PPT resource has weblinks relating to 3 different places but if these are not chosen good sites for collecting secondary data and ideas on different types of secondary data (both quantitative and qualitative) that can be utilised. - Further reading - wide range of hyperlinked web pages provided.
clmcdonnell
CHANGING PLACES:2. Factors influencing the character of places

CHANGING PLACES:2. Factors influencing the character of places

This lesson has been created to address the AQA Geography A-Level specification. It includes; - Starter task - to recap and encourage students to think about media and place (with supporting hyperlink) - 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 recap and develop learning from previous lesson (1. Introducing 'PLACE') on media vs experienced places using a case study to illustrate, card sort task on exogenous and endogenous factors affecting place and introduction of concepts of placelessness and also globalisation (which links to other A-Level topic). - Plenary task to review learning. - Homework - fieldwork activity linked to placelessness (the worksheet for this has been provided, but as a free resource available on-line this is not included in the price of this resource.) - Further reading - with hyperlinked web pages.
clmcdonnell
NEW 9-1 Physical Fieldwork Write Up (Rivers)

NEW 9-1 Physical Fieldwork Write Up (Rivers)

Outstanding Lesson on Physical Fieldwork Write Up . A selection of 3 differentiated booklets (Bronze, Sliver and Gold) used to answer the hypothesis: 'How does a meandering section of a river compare to a straight section?'. Booklets used over a full hour and contain various activities such as: Literacy Links, Reasons for Location Selection (Health and Safety) Graphing Cross Sections, Labelling Cross Sections and a Structure Strip (for a 6 mark exam question). Further activities where carried out measuring velocity etc. however were discussed in a different lesson. NOTE: Location of our fieldwork was Gordale Scar. There's a small section on why we selected this site. You could easily change this to your location or change to a general 'What makes a good fieldwork site?'.
Katie_Maria
Introduction to Statistics

Introduction to Statistics

A guide to why we use statistics when collecting fieldwork data. It runs through the main tests and why we choose each one relating to the data which has been collected.
liamjring