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Railway Stations, Platforms, and Trains

Railway Stations, Platforms, and Trains

A collection of photos I am curating for my students for the next term as we explore Great Britain and the topic of journeys and travel, as well as the introduction of the railway across Britain in the Victorian era. My students will use these photos as part of their own projects and presentations and to explore locations in Britain and the kinds of holiday activities you might find in each place. I hope that you will find these photos useful with your own students. 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.

By sarah277

Cold Environments

Cold Environments

This is a bundle of 11 lessons and covers the "Cold Environments" option from the new AQA GCSE. Includes Homeworks and an end of unit assessment. Also included is a lesson on Sir John Franklin's mission to discover the Northwest Passage. It's not in the spec, but I've always wanted to plan and teach it. This unit took well over 50 hours to plan, so please save yourself some time... (and buy me a beer). My lessons are planned and taught using Smart Notebook, but PDFs are also included. The Case Study used for development opportunities and challenges is ALASKA. Please note: A couple of these lessons require the Arctic with Bruce Parry DVD. (£6-7 from Amazon). It's excellent. Thanks for looking.

By clarky321

Development Challenges in Alaska

Development Challenges in Alaska

Title: Why isn't everyone rushing to Alaska? Aim: To create a video outlining 4 challenges to development in Alaska. HOMEWORK INCLUDED - 9 Mark case study question with plan. (Same as previous lesson, but now it's time to set it). Worth knowing... This lesson has two parts. The first part is a game I designed which the kids love and you'll use over and over again. This alone can take a lesson. The second part requires them to make group videos outlining challenges to development. We have flip cams at my school, but the students could use their phones. Lego/playdough also helps. AQA GCSE>Living with the physical environment>The living world>Cold Environments First planned and taught: June 2017 My lessons are planned and taught using Smart Notebook, but a pdf is also included.

By clarky321

Managing Cold Environments

Managing Cold Environments

Title: How can Cold Environments be managed? Aim: To evaluate a range of strategies used to balance the needs of economic development and conservation in Cold Environments. AQA GCSE>Living with the physical environment>The living world>Cold Environments First planned and taught: June 2017 Please note: An AQA Geography GCSE textbook (OXFORD) is required for this lesson, but you could adapt it easily to teach without. My lessons are planned and taught using Smart Notebook, but a pdf is also included.

By clarky321

AQA The Living World - Causes of deforestation in Malaysia

AQA The Living World - Causes of deforestation in Malaysia

Sixth lesson in The Living World section of the NEW AQA GCSE Geography course. The lesson covers the causes of deforestation in Malaysia. Students are required to locate Malaysia in the world, create a mind map of the causes and design a riddle to help them remember the causes. Homework task included on Palm Oil. Fully resourced.

By amac89

Travel Poster Activity

Travel Poster Activity

Have your students create a poster design by looking up travel websites and providing the best advise they can find. It builds - planning skills; - design skills; - searching skills; - cost benefit analysis.

By pro_resources

UK Issues: HS2 Debate

UK Issues: HS2 Debate

Debate lesson on whether HS2 should go ahead or not. Designed to be completed over two lessons (one lesson preparation, one lesson actual debate between groups), but can be condensed into one lesson. Part of the 'UK Issues' Scheme of Work. Created for KS3, but easily adaptable to other year groups. Full lesson and resources included within the powerpoint file.

By Geog2014

A bank of (purple pen) MRI, gap bridging lessons. Human geography.

A bank of (purple pen) MRI, gap bridging lessons. Human geography.

A selection of activities that pupils can use mid-way through or at the end of a unit or to top up learning at any point during the course. Students watch a video clip/clips or DVD on the subject. They then add detail to the mindmap. The GCSE question in the centre of the page links all of the content back to a GCSE context. Pupils complete this in purple pen to top up learning & demonstrate understanding. Tricky SPaG has been identified & pupils copy it 3 times. The resources cover much of what schools are asking for, in terms of topping up learning.

By andymcstump

Changing Transport Infrastructure UK; AQA GCSE Section B

Changing Transport Infrastructure UK; AQA GCSE Section B

This lesson looks at improvements in: rail, road, port and airport infrastructure in the UK using paired work and an ambassador activity. The students then look at the proposed expansion of Heathrow and debate whether or not it should have a third runway. Please note: for the activity for the improvements of infrastructure, you can either use the text book (page numbers in notes section) or the slides at the end of the main PPT.

By EmmyCD

HOW WILL LIFE IN 2050 BE LIKE

HOW WILL LIFE IN 2050 BE LIKE

LIFE IN THE FUTURE. FUTURE TECHNOLOGY, INNOVATIO NS - HOW WILL LIFE IN 2050 BE LIKE?Reading/Comprehens ion- First sts answer some questions and then find equivalents. Speaking- Personal Response/Pair-Class discussion.Paragraph Writing.

By Olynj

Life in the future

Life in the future

This is a reading comprehension about life in the future. Students have to answer some questions.

By Olynj