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Sustainable Urban Living in Birmingham

Sustainable Urban Living in Birmingham

A lesson designed for KS4 following the EdExcel 1-9 GCSE within the Changing Cities topic. This lesson focusses on recycling, products which have a high and low recycling potential and the sustainable projects Birmingham has integrated within the city.. This package includes a PowerPoint presentation, worksheet activities and success criteria to track progress through out the lesson as well as setting strengths and areas for improvement.
cbutcher07
GCSE AQA  9-1: The Changing Economic World - The UK, Flipped Learning Revision Booklet.

GCSE AQA 9-1: The Changing Economic World - The UK, Flipped Learning Revision Booklet.

A 10 page flipped learning resource designed for the new content heavy AQA GCSE. With the massive increase in content to plough through, we have found these invaluable. They follow the popular green revision guides (with the jokes) and are issued prior to the topic being taught for students to complete at home. Also designed to be used as part of a revision and exam preparation programme. This booklet covers the last section of Section 2B :The Changing Economic World and deals with the UK. With a clear and straightforward structure that students of all levels find easy to navigate. Subject specific vocabulary is included with definitions taken from the exam board. Focus is on key concepts, definitions and interactions. Each activity/page has a clear link to the revision guide page. PDF versions included for easy distribution via e-mail/ VLE , also invaluable for long term absence, cover lessons and transferred students who have missed content. Power-point version allows you to edit the resource, if you wish, to suit your needs.
tosh740
Year 11 OCR B Decision-Making Exercise 2) Improving London's Transport

Year 11 OCR B Decision-Making Exercise 2) Improving London's Transport

The second lesson in the DME unit of work that follows chapter 11.1 of the OCR B syllabus (pages 306 and 307). The students begin with source analysis on radar graphs. There is a comparison question with London and Copenhagen. This activity has ANSWERS. The main opening slide (seen opposite) has a hyperlink to an Evening Standard video to get the students discussing transport. The starter task is a game called Jibber Jabber (mouthpieces can be bought cheaply from Amazon) whereby one student from a team has to pronunciation key terms from the Urban Futures unit and the students see how many they can guess in 1 minute. The main task is working in pairs with articles about the problems and solutions of London's transport. This leads to a 6-mark exam question from OCR B syllabus with a mark scheme and MODEL ANSWER. The plenary is a post-it note game of Who Am I?
GJDavis27
NEW OCR B Urban Futures 1-18 BUNDLE including fieldwork and revision

NEW OCR B Urban Futures 1-18 BUNDLE including fieldwork and revision

An introductory bundle into urban futures for the new scheme of work. It contains knowledge for urbanisation, megacities, metacities and also documentaries, such as the Andrew Marr's Megacities. It contains my newest ideas for starters and plenaries as well as group and individual work. All the bundle contains exam questions with ANSWERS. The bundle includes fieldwork and revision. It has . 25% off!
GJDavis27
NEW OCR B Urban Futures 1-17 BUNDLE including fieldwork

NEW OCR B Urban Futures 1-17 BUNDLE including fieldwork

An introductory bundle into urban futures for the new scheme of work. It contains knowledge for urbanisation, megacities, metacities and also documentaries, such as the Andrew Marr's Megacities. It contains my newest ideas for starters and plenaries as well as group and individual work. All the bundle contains exam questions with ANSWERS. It has the final ICT lessons on fieldword below with presentation checklist for peer marking. 25% off!
GJDavis27
NEW OCR B Urban Futures 1-16 BUNDLE including fieldwork

NEW OCR B Urban Futures 1-16 BUNDLE including fieldwork

An introductory bundle into urban futures for the new scheme of work. It contains knowledge for urbanisation, megacities, metacities and also documentaries, such as the Andrew Marr's Megacities. It contains my newest ideas for starters and plenaries as well as group and individual work. All the bundle contains exam questions with ANSWERS. Below is the second lesson on Urban Fielldwork with Exam questions. 25% off!
GJDavis27
NEW OCR B Enquring Minds URBAN FUTURES 2017 16) Urban Change Fieldwork (2) WITH ANSWERS

NEW OCR B Enquring Minds URBAN FUTURES 2017 16) Urban Change Fieldwork (2) WITH ANSWERS

The lesson builds on the introduction to Urban Fieldwork. The aim is the students build on the foundations of creating their own fieldwork hypothesis and research. The settler begins with using the techniques of CUBE and 'So What?'. The questions are both 4-mark questions relating to Istanbul and cover weaknesses of the students in their topic test (SEE LESSON 14 OR MY COMPLETE OCR B URBAN FUTURES BUNDLE). An example of the 'So What?' strategy can be seen in the picture. These have ANSWERS. The starter task recaps key terminology from the unit by completing spelling catch in groups. See the resource for details but basically each student spells a letter of a key word and when the word is completed they sit down. If they drop the ball or spell incorrectly they start again. First group to three wins. The main is a table cloth exercise (I buy this from Hobby Craft) answering the following questions: - Where are you investigating?; - What is your hypothesis?; - What do you believe the answer at the moment to be?; - What methods will you be deploying?; - What are the health and safety risks?; - What may make your results invalid? - What do you perceive the strengths and weaknesses are to your methods?; - How will you collate your results? - Any other information. The students for the mini-plenary circulate the room and design a question ask the group in their presentation of their fieldwork research. I put the table cloths on the wall for this activity. The development task is questions following the game show 'Million Drop Live' with sweets in their research groups. The final plenary is a riddle whereby the answer is hidden outside in the school grounds and they use OS map skills to find the answer.
GJDavis27
@AllRoundRes ALL GEOGRAPHY (GCSE/A Level) RESOURCES!

@AllRoundRes ALL GEOGRAPHY (GCSE/A Level) RESOURCES!

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