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AQA GCSE Geography - Section B1 Changing Economic World (Development)

AQA GCSE Geography - Section B1 Changing Economic World (Development)

A series of 10 lessons to cover the new AQA GCSE specification - Changing Economic World. This series of lessons covers: There are global variations in economic development and quality of life (including development indicators, demographic transition model, causes and consequences of uneven development). Various strategies exist for reducing the global development gap. It is recommended, but not essential (as all resources are included) that you have the OUP AQA text book to accompany. If you like this I will be uploading my work soon on Nigeria - the case study I have used for this unit of work.
goodwin24
Shanty Towns

Shanty Towns

This is a lesson on shanty towns (slums or squatter settlements). It is part of a scheme of work based about the story of Africa United however an be completed without the DVD. The lesson is based around the thinking through geography article attached. The lesson involves a number of critical thinking tasks, a slum planning task and peer assessment. The lesson includes: PowerPoint Card Sort (Slum Improvement) Worksheet Original Article
cathmcgeown
NEW 9-1 Living World (Tropical Rainforest) Revision Sheet

NEW 9-1 Living World (Tropical Rainforest) Revision Sheet

Living World (Tropical Rainforest) double sided 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 - 11 (couldn't fit on 12!) as used in conjunction with revision clocks. Students to pick which sheet they'd prefer allowing for self differentiation.
Katie_Maria
What do images tells us about the changing nature of a place?

What do images tells us about the changing nature of a place?

Designed for AQA Changing Places unit this exercise asks students to annotate past images of Sneinton and Ilkeston, then complete a Google search of present images from the locations. Students can then complete the summary table to evaluate the changes that have taken place. An examination question is included.
InsightGeography
Changing Lived Experience in Ilkeston, Derbyshire

Changing Lived Experience in Ilkeston, Derbyshire

Qualitative source exercise. Using priori coding students are asked to analyse interviews from local residents to see how their lived experiences have changed. Excel spreadsheet can be used to record codes and produce overall percentage data which can be graphed. Short answer questions are included, as well as a 20 examination question. I have included the original interview sheet. Could be adapted to your distant or local place.
InsightGeography
Changing Places Resources AQA A-level

Changing Places Resources AQA A-level

All my resources for the AQA A-level Changing Places Unit. We have used Ilkeston, Derbyshire and Sneinton, Nottingham, as our local and distance places. You could though adapt these for your students. New resources will be adapted as when taught. 19.11.2017
InsightGeography
Changing Places- insiders and outsiders?

Changing Places- insiders and outsiders?

Lesson for A-level AQA Changing Places unit on the development of insiders and outsiders. Presentation considers the development of insider and outsider perceptions of Newcastle and that of a Syrian migrant in Germany. The lesson then looks at exogenous factors, migration in Boston, Lincoln, and favela development and gentrification in Rio, Brazil, and the impact it has had on the lived experience of residents. I used newspaper articles for this lesson, which can't be uploaded due to copyright. This could therefore be a research task; but I have included summary sheets. There is also 20 question assessment.
InsightGeography
Topic Toolkit: Introducing Population Dynamics

Topic Toolkit: Introducing Population Dynamics

‘Topic Toolkits’ are sets of lesson-ready teaching materials to aid the teaching of a particular topic. Each set comes with a lesson plan that includes reference to learning objectives, key skills, learning styles and differentiation. This Topic Toolkit looks at Population Dynamics and includes eleven classroom-ready resources and a five part lesson plan.
The_Geography_Connection
Rivers & Water Class Assembly script **Fully editable**

Rivers & Water Class Assembly script **Fully editable**

This class assembly was written for Year 6 but could easily be used in lower years. The script takes around 20 minutes to perform and has enough parts for any sized group. There are lots of speaking roles that can be shared or added to and plenty of non-speaking parts as well. The first scene opens with people around the world discovering all the water on earth is gone. It leads to news reporters following the story around the world to various famous rivers (including Amazon, Nile, Ganges, Yangtze, Mississippi and Mekong). We hear about some of the current environmental issues at each site including pollution and the effect on ecosystems and food chains, urbanization and soil erosion, global warming and flooding, animal extinction, over population, deforestation, rain forest destruction, People finally come and demand their water back but the rivers ask for certain promises from the humans. The play offers suggestions for 'viewers' to help out our environment in general. There is a very effective demonstration of water waste from leaving taps on while brushing teeth that leaves the audience thinking about their actions. The document is written as an open and editable word document, so you can edit and adapt for your group. We hope you enjoy!
bookinspiredplay
Patterns of disease in the developing world

Patterns of disease in the developing world

Teaching health and disease for A Level Geography or the IB diploma? Want to get away from teaching about AIDS or malaria? Want to find some original resources. In this bundle of 4 sets of resources you will find detailed written notes, diagrams, a narrated power point presentation, resources to copy and detailed suggested exercises. They can be used as a basis for your own lesson notes or for student self guided study. They follow the I.B. AQA and OCR specifications
philbrighty1
Nujeen mystery - Why did Nujeen want to travel to Germany?

Nujeen mystery - Why did Nujeen want to travel to Germany?

This resource makes use of Nujeen Mustafa's book 'Nujeen'. Nujeen is a Syrian refugee who fled Syria and travelled through 9 countries to reach Germany, all in a wheelchair! It highlights the push and pull factors of migration and the conditions and experiences that migrants go through. It also highlights the consequences of migration on the individual, families and countries. The resource is aimed at A level geography students but can be adapted by reducing the number of statements and pitching the statements at different age groups.
mbarker1975