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Why/how has globalisation driven tourism?

Why/how has globalisation driven tourism?

A comprehension based activity with graphs and supporting data focussing on the key drivers of the globalised tourist industry. Comprehension questions are differentiated and could be used in line with WJEC 9-1 A Geography textbook. If not, could be differentiated for Year 8 and Year 9 if undertaking units on globalisation or tourism.
alicemay921
How has tourism grown?

How has tourism grown?

An exam question using data from the WJEC 9-1 book, looking at the growth of the global tourist industry. Could be used with Year 8 or Year 9 if undertaking a unit on tourism or globalisation.
alicemay921
GCSE WJEC A - 9-1 Development and Resource Issues L6

GCSE WJEC A - 9-1 Development and Resource Issues L6

Lesson for new WJEC Geography A Syllabus (2018 assessment) on 'What are the consequences of globalisation?' in Theme 6. This is Lesson 6 of the sequence on 'Global Inequalities'. This lesson meets the syllabus guidelines by focusing on one HIC (UK) and an NIC (India). Tasks include: 1. Paired research task (using authentic research) 2. Exam question structure 3. SEN differentiated information 4. Homework or adaptable classwork 5. Peer review suggestion
alicemay921
OUTSTANDING lesson on sustainability and conservation of the biosphere.

OUTSTANDING lesson on sustainability and conservation of the biosphere.

This lesson was created for a Year 10 group to recapture their love of the planet to enable them to think about Geography in a less separate way and encouraged them to generate solutions whilst teaching them about sustainability and conservation. It is a lesson where the students are in control and much of the discussion is for you to facilitate and them to discover among themselves. I found it really energised the group to learning more in depth about different ecosystems and encouraged them to think about their own role in society locally and their global impact. I ended the lesson by playing from 1.16.00 of the HOME youtube video (which every geography should watch!) and it worked amazingly well. Enjoy.
sheppard2011
'Who's chopping down the TRF and why?' - Rainforest GCSE causes of deforestation

'Who's chopping down the TRF and why?' - Rainforest GCSE causes of deforestation

Originally made for Edexcel B GCSE Geog- Batte for the Biosphere topic but can be applied to any syllabus teaching about the causes of deforestation. The students really enjoyed the lesson as it is very balanced between discussion and exam prep- suits a mixed ability group well and there's lots of room for creative higher level thinking. The lesson gets students to first of all think about the connection between a beef burger and the rainforest and then gets the students to discuss the various causes of deforestation through peer teaching of 3 different articles. There is a describe/explain answer builder sheet which worked well with low ability students and the articles can be differentiated when they are initially given out. There is also an exam question and sample answer for the students to then use to create their own. There's discussion of indigenous tribes living sustainably in the TRF through a brillian TED talk and ends with a quick MEAT the facts video which gets students to understand the links between deforestation and our meat appetite in economically developed nations.
sheppard2011
Zoonosis, Ebola, Public Health and Bioterrorism

Zoonosis, Ebola, Public Health and Bioterrorism

A presentation outlining zoonotic infection, with examples, and a particular focus on Ebola and the recent outbreak in West Africa. Covering a diverse range of topics from the role of public health, local customs and even the potential use of biological agents in bioterrorism. Two extension degree level questions are included, with no set marks or scheme to allow for flexibility in use. Also a key words card sort to support the new terminology for this lesson. Ideal for degree level biology or environmental science students, but also as extension activities for able A level biologists.
treeickle
What is globalisation and why has it grown?

What is globalisation and why has it grown?

A fully resourced 'Outstanding' lesson for KS3 or KS4 adaptation. Focus on defining globalisation, identifying and evaluating the reasons that have driven the process, as well as understanding the one reason for the global shift to NICs and LICs through an exam style annotation question. To be used from Year 8/9 (potentially top set) to GCSE, depending on ability.
alicemay921
GCSE WJEC A - 9-1 Development and Resource Issues L5

GCSE WJEC A - 9-1 Development and Resource Issues L5

Lesson for new WJEC Geography A Syllabus (2018 assessment) on 'What is globalisation and why has it grown?' in Theme 6. This is Lesson 5 of the sequence on 'Global Inequalities' Tasks include: 1. Cartoon inference 2. Youtube clip 3. Annotation exam question practice
alicemay921
Nigeria and China

Nigeria and China

Title: Nigeria - Haunted by the past of exicted by the future? Aim: To explain how Nigeria's economic and political relationships with the wider world have changed and outline the characteristics of these relationships. AQA GCSE>Challenges in the Human Environment>The Changing Economic World>NEE Case Study This fully resourced lesson outlines Nigeria's history from slavery through to the 2015 elections. There's then a data presentation/mapping exercise to illustrate Nigeria's existing international trade partners and finally a focus on Chinese investment in Africa. First planned and taught: September 2017 My lessons are planned and taught using Smart Notebook, but PDFs are also included for those that don't use SMART.
clarky321