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OCR A Level Geography - Disease Dilemmas - Mitigation Strategies to Combat Disease

OCR A Level Geography - Disease Dilemmas - Mitigation Strategies to Combat Disease

A reading pack for the OCR A Level Geography Paper 3: Geographical Debates Disease Dilemmas topic. This set of handouts covers the content of Part 4b: How far can diseases be predicted and mitigated against? In particular, it includes content to cover the following parts of the specification: Mitigation strategies to combat global pandemics and overcome physical barriers. • Physical barriers, such as relief, natural hazards, excess water, remoteness of communities, have positive and negative effects on mitigation strategies and response efforts in dealing with disease. • Mitigation strategies used by government and international agencies to combat global pandemics, such as HIV / AIDS, including screening, availability and funding of treatment and education programmes. Handouts are designed as matrices to cover all elements of the separate bullet points against each other. As such, it might be best to print on A3. Evaluative comments, essential for the top grades, are also included throughout.
ve209
NEW 9-1 Rivers Revision Sheets

NEW 9-1 Rivers Revision Sheets

Rivers double sided revision sheet can be printed on either A4 or A3. This sheet is aimed at pupils who prefer more structured revision or lower ability students who need more support. The sheets cover 12 different sections within the 'River Landscapes' section of UK Physical Landscapes. Sections covered include: 1) Long Profile 2) Lateral and Vertical Erosion 3) Types of Erosion 4) Transportation 5) Deposition 6) Meanders 7) Ox-Bow Lakes 8) Levees 9) Waterfalls 10) Causes of River Flooding 11) Hydrographs 12) Key Terms
Katie_Maria
Rydal Waterfall (2): Lake District Colouring Page

Rydal Waterfall (2): Lake District Colouring Page

A colouring page of Rydal Water in the Lake District. Might be used as part of a local study, projects about William Wordsworth, gardens and parks (Rydal Hall), or geological features. An augmented reality digitalised version will be available in my Rydal Water adult colouring book once completed: http://amzn.to/2yi3ZS4 Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.
sarah277
Cities; mega cities, primate cities, world cities & sustainable cities

Cities; mega cities, primate cities, world cities & sustainable cities

There are three (3) lessons in this bundle about cities. The first lesson is on mega cities. It looks on the definitions of mega cities, their locations, causes and effects of their growth. The second lesson is on primate cities and world cities. It compares primate cities ad world cities with mega cities. The third lesson is on sustainable cities. It looks the strategies being used across the world to make cities sustainable. These lessons meet the new GCSE specifications however, they are planned well enough to be easily adapted to an AS/A-level group.
suddy23
Sustainable cities

Sustainable cities

This is a GCSE lesson on sustainable cities/eco-cities. The lesson focus is on how mega cities and other large cities are trying to be more sustainable. Key facts about the lesson are: 1. The lesson meets the requirements of the new GCSE specifications. It follows specifically the Edexcel B specification. 2. The lesson is planned in detail and all the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. Just download and teach! 3. The lesson covers the characteristics of eco-cities/sustainable cities. 4. The lesson identifies strategies that are now being used to make cities sustainable. 5. The lesson includes a number of video clips about sustainable cities including two case study examples of sustainable cities.
suddy23
Stages of urbanisation

Stages of urbanisation

This is a GCSE lesson on the stages of urbanisation. The lesson focuses on how cities change overtime. Key facts about the lesson are: 1. The lesson meets the requirements of the new GCSE specifications. It follows specifically the Edexcel B specification. 2. The lesson is planned in detail and all the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. Just download and teach! 3. The lesson covers the stages of urbanisation from industrialisation to urban regeneration and re-urbanisation. 4. The lesson uses the Clarke-Fisher model to linked the stages of urbanisation with development. It lays the foundation for studying the Clarke-Fisher model in later lessons. 5. The lesson allows students to explore how land uses and urban functions has changed overtime.
suddy23
THE MURRAY DARLING BASIN PART 3 - WATER PLANNING FOR THE PRESENT AND THE FUTURE

THE MURRAY DARLING BASIN PART 3 - WATER PLANNING FOR THE PRESENT AND THE FUTURE

This final unit on the Murray-Darling Basin deals with the issue of water allocations throughout the Basin. The role of the Murray Darling Basin Authority is to produce ,among other areas of focus, a plan for the distribution of water across the large Basin and across 4 states and the Australian Capital Territory. You will encounter controversies and differing levels of acceptance to issues of water sharing and the provision of environmental flows. This unit will support studies on inland water systems and basins; river studies; agricultural studies of irrigation/ crop raising/salinity issues; environmental studies; and locational studies dealing with Australia. This unit indicates the cross-state issues of top-end users and lower-end users of water, The 4 scenarios are included to show why there are differing viewpoints on levels of water extraction and environmental needs. Take your students into the Basin. Wade in the wetlands with Wade. Recognise why people along the Balonne River in Queensland are not happy about water quotas. Take the first boat cruise through the Goolwa barrage after the low water levels of the Murray River in 2008 and understand why fresh water flows are significant needs for the mouth of the river and the Coorong. Sympathise with the orange grower of Loxton as he cuts down perfectly good orange trees on part of his orchard area. There are several useful attachments in colour and black and white to assist and a summary test sheet. To cover all the issues you will need several lessons. This is a sizable and important area of Australia. It can link with earlier units on River studies and the series on the Coorong. Screen the pages for class discussion. Distribute the attachment pages for individual in class or homework use. Use the last page test to check the effectiveness of learning.
KPolkinghorne
Extreme weather GCSE (Including Climate Change)

Extreme weather GCSE (Including Climate Change)

These lessons all have the activities, lesson power points, homework and assessment opportunities in the form of exam questions, nothing for you to do but print. The topics covered in this unit are: - Drought (California) - Hurricanes (Katrina) - High and low pressure systems - Microclimates - Air masses that impact the UK - Depressions and anticyclones - Aspect and altitude - Understanding Climate Change - Natural evidence for climate change - Greenhouse effect and the carbon cycle - natural Theories of climate change
Jillylo12