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Bring climate change to life - Geography KS3 lesson plans and film clips

Bring climate change to life - Geography KS3 lesson plans and film clips

Full scheme of work to accompany free film clips from the award-winning climate change documentary Thank You For the Rain. Download clips for use in class free from Doc Academy This unit focuses on Kisilu Musya’s story as a way to explore the issue of climate change and the geographical processes that underpin it. Lesson 1 examines Kisilu’s life in rural Kenya and how changing climatic conditions are affecting his ability to farm and support his family. Lesson 2 highlights some of the challenges that Kisilu faces when trying to convince members of his community to join his fight against climate change. It touches upon developmental issues whilst encouraging students to develop their oracy skills. In Lesson 3 Kisilu delivers a speech at COP21 in Paris. Students are encouraged to consider the viewpoints of different countries and how a global agreement was reached. The extent to which the Paris Agreement can protect farmers like Kisilu from the effects of climate change is also discussed. The final lesson asks students to demonstrate what they’ve learnt about climate change by encouraging them to share their own message about climate change with others.
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Geography - 5 Years of Teaching (IGCSE)

Geography - 5 Years of Teaching (IGCSE)

This bundle contains 310 lessons and is suitable for teaching the whole of KS3 Geography and the 1-9 IGCSE. Recommended sequence: Year 7 Map Skills Rainforests Settlement Rivers UK, Weather and Climate Year 8 Coasts Extreme Environments Tourism Fragile Environments Year 9 The Gambia: Learning Through Enquiry Development Gap Energy Population Year 10 Theme 1 Theme 2 Year 11 Theme 3
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AQA 9-1: A3 note taking template, The Global Distribution of Resources

AQA 9-1: A3 note taking template, The Global Distribution of Resources

Two A3 sheets that cover the introuction/overview section of this unit. Can be used to summarise the information in the Oxford text. Also useful as a revision exercise. Subject vocabulary has been included and the resource covers 8 pages from the textbook in a concise manner. Editable and PDF versions included.
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The Himalayas

The Himalayas

Part of the world’s largest mountain range can be found in north India, the Himalayas. The mountains act as a natural barrier preventing the cold wind from Central Asia entering India and stopping southwest winds which carry monsoons, helping to fertilise India’s soil with the rain it pours down. These worksheets look at life living in the mountains in a place called Uttarakhand through a student lead activity
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Indian Food

Indian Food

This lesson allows students to identify different fruits and vegetables which originate from India. They sample the foods and give a detailed description of specific fruits. They also have the opportunity to compare differences between ours and traditional Indian meal times
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