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GCSE Geography Revision

GCSE Geography Revision

This is a collection of three of our fabulous full-colour .pdf REVISION materials, ready for your students to use to help them pass their upcoming GCSEs! This resource includes: A very comprehensive and vibrantly designed, 29-page full colour .pdf NATURAL HAZARDS revision resource which includes a range of up-to-date case studies relevant to the upcoming AQA GCSE Geography (8035) Paper 1 and all other GCSE and A-level examinations, including information about EXTREME WEATHER EVENTS IN THE UK DURING 2018 and TROPICAL STORMS DURING 2017. A very comprehensive and vibrantly designed, 9-page full colour .pdf CLIMATE CHANGE revision resource that includes a range of up-to-date case studies relevant to the upcoming AQA GCSE Geography (8035) Paper 1 and all other GCSE and A-level examinations, including information about EVIDENCE FOR and EFFECTS of CLIMATE CHANGE and STRATEGIES for MITIGATION and ADAPTATION. A very comprehensive and vibrantly designed, 32-page full colour .pdf ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT resourceto guide your students through the lessons within this unit. This resource includes a range of up-to-date case studies relevant to the upcoming AQA GCSE Geography (8035) Paper 2 examinations. A beautifully and intuitively designed 16-page full colour .pdf WORK BOOKLET, guiding and prompting students to research, use and evaluate the materials to meet the learning objectives above, retain information to help revise for the exams and make progress towards their target. All of our resources have been tried and tested by teachers in a variety of classroom environments - they have also been regularly rated as Outstanding by Ofsted and other review bodies. Check out the great reviews on our other items for more feedback and information! And remember, it is always better to Like, Share and Review!
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GCSE Geography 9-1 River Fieldwork pack (Edexcel) Inc. A3 knowledge organiser/practice questions

GCSE Geography 9-1 River Fieldwork pack (Edexcel) Inc. A3 knowledge organiser/practice questions

River fieldwork pack written for the Fieldwork Topic 6 river component of Edexcel B. Please see my other Urban fieldwork bundle also. Includes: Data collection pack for use in the field (data recording sheets, location maps etc) Part 1 The Enquiry question - pupil notes/practice exam questions Part 2 Methods- pupil notes/practice exam questions Part 3 data presentation- pupil notes/practice exam questions Part 4 Analysis- pupil notes/practice exam questions Part 5 Conclusions- pupil notes/practice exam questions Part 6 Evaluation- pupil notes/practice exam questions A3 knowledge organiser completed for pupils to use for revision
mrsngeographer
GCSE Geography 9-1 Urban Fieldwork pack (Edexcel) Inc A3 knowledge organiser/practice questions

GCSE Geography 9-1 Urban Fieldwork pack (Edexcel) Inc A3 knowledge organiser/practice questions

Urban fieldwork pack written for the Fieldwork Topic 6 urban component of Edexcel B. Please see my other River fieldwork bundle also. Includes: Data collection pack for use in the field (data recording sheets, location maps etc) Part 1 The Enquiry question - pupil notes/practice exam questions Part 2 Methods- pupil notes/practice exam questions Part 3 data presentation- pupil notes/practice exam questions Part 4 Analysis- pupil notes/practice exam questions Part 5 Conclusions- pupil notes/practice exam questions Part 6 Evaluation- pupil notes/practice exam questions Excel spreadsheet of results/graphs Secondary data - Census data and Index of Multiple Deprivation data A3 knowledge organiser completed for pupils to use for revision
mrsngeographer
2017-2018 Year 11 OCR B Revision 18) OS Map Revision WITH ANSWERS

2017-2018 Year 11 OCR B Revision 18) OS Map Revision WITH ANSWERS

This booster was in light of poor test results from the March Mock. All exam questions have ANSWERS. The lesson focuses on the following questions: What is the direct distance between the railway station (8910) and Stoupe Cross Farm?. [2] What is the actual distance between the railway station (8910) and Stoupe Cross Farm?. [2] On the map, give a 4 or 6 figure grid reference of two physical landforms. [2] You are at Whitby Sands in 8911, and have been given the image on the following slide. Which direct would you be facing? [1] Give five pieces of map evidence which suggests the area is popular with tourists. [1] Why is the Whitby area a desirable place to live? Give two pieces of map evidence to support your answer. [4] The lesson is as focuses on the following topics: 4 figure grid references Map symbols 6 figure grid references Different scaled maps Direct and actual distances OS Map questions (see above and opposite) Relief Physical and Human features on a map
GJDavis27
Moving Towards A Post-Industrial Economy - GCSE/ A Level Geography Resources- Teach Me Geography!

Moving Towards A Post-Industrial Economy - GCSE/ A Level Geography Resources- Teach Me Geography!

Aim: This is an amazing and very comprehensive UNIT OF WORK for GCSE and A LEVEL that explores issues relating to industrial and economic change in the UK,caused by the move to a POST-INDUSTRIAL ECONOMY. This topic will be examined in the upcoming AQA GCSE Geography (8035) Paper 2 and is also relevant for study in all GCSE and A Level syllabuses. Learning Objectives: To research how and why the UK has moved away from traditional primary and secondary industries since the 1970s. To analyse how the development of tertiary and quaternary industry has had socio-economic and environmental impacts on the UK. This resource includes: A very comprehensive and vibrantly designed, 32-page full colour .pdf teaching resourceto gude your students through the lessons within this unit. We would suggest that there is easily enough material here for 3or 4 one hour lessons. This resource includes a range of up-to-date case studies relevant to the upcoming AQA GCSE Geography (8035) Paper 2 examinations. A beautifully and intuitively designed 16-page full colour .pdf WORK BOOKLET, guiding and prompting students to research, use and evaluate the materials to meet the learning objectives above, retain information to help revise for the exams and make progress towards their target. All of our resources have been tried and tested by teachers in a variety of classroom environments - they have also been regularly rated as Outstanding by Ofsted and other review bodies. Check out the great reviews on our other items for more feedback and information! And remember, it is always better to Like, Share and Review!
mwmonk
How can the Favelas be improved? Trumps Game - Teach Me Geography

How can the Favelas be improved? Trumps Game - Teach Me Geography

Aim: This is a fun and competitive TRUMPS GAME that explores issues relating to improving living conditions in favela areas of Brazil, helping students to focus on a variety of social, economic and environmental challenges that rapid urbanisation and migration has brought to the poorest areas of the city. Although this resource is based within the slum or shanty settlements of Brazil, the content within it is just as applicable to any poorer urban area of low income countries. Learning Objectives: To research what life is like for people who live in the favelas of Brazil. To analyse a range of different ways that favelas can be improved to make them better for everyone. To evaluate what is the best way to improve living standards in poorer urban areas of low income countries. This resource includes: A set of 20 beautifully designed, full colour .pdf gamecards, ready to be printed out back-to-back and used straight away. A set of 7 3x3 full-colour .pdf gamecards, ready to be printed out single sided and used straight away. A beautifully designed, full colour .pdf worksheet to be used to collect information and analyse information about improving living standards in the favela both during and after play. A full colour .pdf rules and teaching ideas sheet to be displayed on a screen during the lesson, or printed out and used with the playing groups. All of our resources have been tried and tested by teachers in a variety of classroom environments - they have also been regularly rated as Outstanding by Ofsted and other review bodies. And remember, it is always better to Like, Share and Review!
mwmonk
Where does the UK get its water from? - UNIT OF WORK and WORKSHEETS - Teach Me Geography

Where does the UK get its water from? - UNIT OF WORK and WORKSHEETS - Teach Me Geography

Aim: This is a full unit of work that explores issues relating to the supply of water in the UK, helping students to focus on a range of issues scheduled to be examined in the upcoming AQA GCSE Geography (8035) Paper 3 and also within Paper 2. Your students will be led through step-by-step stages to collect evidence to help justify a decision with regard to whether or not a reservoir should be sited at Abingdon in Oxfordshire. Learning Objectives: To research how climate and geology control how much water the UK has. To evaluate how efficient the system of water transfer is in the UK. To examine how demographic change impacts on UK water security. This resource includes: A beautifully designed, 30-slide full colour .pdf to guide your students through the lessons. This resource includes up-to-date case studies relevant to the upcoming AQA GCSE Geography (8035) Paper 3 and also within Paper 2 examinations. A beautifully designed, 8-page full colour .pdf workbook to allow your students to make notes and retain information to help revise for the exams. All of our resources have been tried and tested by teachers in a variety of classroom environments - they have also been regularly rated as Outstanding by Ofsted and other review bodies. And remember, it is always better to Like, Share and Review!
mwmonk
India Unit of Work

India Unit of Work

This bundle contain 5 complete lessons and resources about India. They can be extended to cover one half term as they are easily adaptable. They go in this order: Introduction to India, India’s physical geography, All about Mumbai, Slumming it and The future of India.
aragon1
Slumming It

Slumming It

KS3 geography. This lesson is based on an intelligent graffiti task where students watch Kevin McCloud staying in the Dharavi slum. There are examples of WAGOLL for the main task and the lesson then develop into a structured assessment with the success criteria explained. It also includes some printable resources to be provided for use as research on the assessment tasks.
aragon1