KS3 Brazil Scheme of Work- Holistic Geography 30 lessons

KS3 Brazil Scheme of Work- Holistic Geography 30 lessons

28 lessons plus assessments designed for 50/60 minutes about Brazil. Differentiated learning objectives embedded into scheme of work. This download comes with a detailed scheme of work and all resources as well as powerpoint and a mid-term and end of term assessment. The mid-term assessment focuses on favelas and is a Decision Making Exercise to help students improve their skills for GCSE in line with the new GCSE specification. This unit of work includes a holistic overview of Geography focusing on Brazil and includes key geographical skills for GCSE including climate graphs, population pyramids and other skills focusing on Development, Trade and Biomes. Topics covered include key geographical skills, favelas, rainforests (deforestation, tribes, climate change).
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Key Geographical Skills (Half-Term) 16 lessons

Key Geographical Skills (Half-Term) 16 lessons

This unit of work is extremely useful for year 7/8 students to improve on geographical skills important for the new GCSE specification. Content includes map skills such as distance, direction, compass points, scale, routes, height on maps (spot height, layer shading, contours), relief of land, cross-sections, four figure grid references, six figure grid references, settlement patterns, graphs/data in geography, different types of maps, longitude and latitude.
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Atmospheric Circulation GCSE

Atmospheric Circulation GCSE

A PPT with resources focusing on global atmospheric circulation. Embedded videos and differentiated worksheets with differentiated learning outcomes. GCSE questions embedded to support learning. Useful for Edexcel B / AQA / OCR.
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Case studies plate tectonics

Case studies plate tectonics

A PPT focusing on contrasting case studies of earthquakes: Tohuku (Japan) and Port-au-Prince (Haiti). Activities included focusing on the primary and secondary impacts of both (economic, social and environmental) as well as GCSE questions related to Edexcel B 9-1 syllabus.
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Hazardous Earth GCSE

Hazardous Earth GCSE

A complete scheme of work with powerpoints, activities, homework tasks, GCSE questions and mid-term assessment on Hazardous Earth. Created for Edexcel B GCSE 9-1 but can be used for other syllabuses.
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Plate tectonics

Plate tectonics

A PPT and resources focusing on identifying and describing the distribution and characteristics of the three plate boundary types (conservative, convergent, divergent) and hotspots. Activities included and GCSE questions related to Edexcel B GCSE 9-1.
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Introduction to Africa KS3

Introduction to Africa KS3

An introduction to Africa PPT for KS3 geography. Includes starter activity with wordle, plenary activity and quiz and activities to map Africa using Geog 1 textbook.
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'How tropical cyclones form' Lesson

'How tropical cyclones form' Lesson

A GCSE lesson focusing on tropical cyclones and how they are caused by particular meteorological conditions. Spec check includes characteristics (pressure, rotation, structure) and seasonal global distribution of tropical cyclones (hurricanes and typhoons) including source areas and tracks and how these change over time. Includes activities, hyperlinks to videos, GCSE exam questions and homework activities.
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Impacts of tropical cyclones and mid-term assessment

Impacts of tropical cyclones and mid-term assessment

This bundle looks at the impacts of tropical cyclones are linked to a country’s ability to prepare and respond to them. Spec check: how countries can prepare for, and respond to, tropical cyclones: weather forecasting, satellite technology, warning and evacuation strategies, storm-surge defences. This bundle includes a mid term assessment and mark scheme based on Edexcel B GCSE 9-1 and numerous activity worksheets.
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Hazards of tropical cyclones

Hazards of tropical cyclones

This PPT and resources looks at tropical cyclones and how they present major natural hazards to people and places. Spec check is split in to two parts: part a) physical hazards of tropical cyclones (high winds, intense rainfall, storm surges, coastal flooding, landslides) and their impact on people and environments; and part b) why some countries are more vulnerable (physically, socially and economically) than others to the impacts of tropical cyclones).” This includes homework questions related to GCSE SAMs exam questions and activity resources.
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Earth's structure

Earth's structure

This lesson focuses on the earth’s layered structure, and physical properties is key to plate tectonics. Spec check includes information on earth’s layered structure (including the asthenosphere), with different composition and physical properties (temperature, density, physical state). Activities attached and GCSE questions embedded into PPT for Edexcel B GCSE 9-1.
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Invasion, Conquest and Castles (Year 7 SoW)

Invasion, Conquest and Castles (Year 7 SoW)

A scheme of work with powerpoint, learning objectives, activity tasks, worksheets, SEN worksheets and embedded activities with hyperlinks to videos on the invasion of William of Normandy and the other claimants to the throne and other key historical events to 1485 (harrying of the north, feudal system, transformation of castles, domesday book, life in medieval towns, magna carta, causes and effects of black death, peasants revolt, murder of Thomas Beckett). Additionally two assessments come with the bundle on 1066 and the transformation of castles.
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Human causes of climate

Human causes of climate

Investigating how global climate is now changing as a result of human activity, and there is uncertainty about future climates. The PPT and resources looks at how human activities (industry, transport, energy, farming produce greenhouse gases (carbon dioxide, methane) that cause the enhanced greenhouse effect leading to global warming). This PPT is split into two lessons, with an optional lesson focusing on a UN Conference role play looking at climate change and countries around the world. Resources include a homework guide on different types of human causes of climate change. Designed for GCSE but can be used for KS3.
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Tropical cyclones caused by particular meteorological conditions

Tropical cyclones caused by particular meteorological conditions

This PPT and resources focuses on characteristics (pressure, rotation, structure) and seasonal global distribution of tropical cyclones (hurricanes and typhoons) including source areas and tracks and how these change over time. Resources include a card sort, pop-up hurricane with instructions, an overview card, a storyboard. PPT includes hyperlinks, videos, starters and plenaries and GCSE questions for Edexcel.
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Natural Climate Change GCSE

Natural Climate Change GCSE

A detailed PPT and resources matching Edexcel B but can be used for other GCSE syllabuses. Students look at 4 different pieces of evidence/theories for natural climate change (asteroid collision, milankovitch cycle, eruption theory, sunspot theory) using resources to make a table, as well as looking at a climate graph to improve geographical skills for the GCSE paper. A plenary on how global climate has changed over the past 1000 years. Differentiated learning objectives embedded.
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Atmospheric Circulation GCSE

Atmospheric Circulation GCSE

A PPT with resources focusing on global atmospheric circulation. Embedded videos and differentiated worksheets with differentiated learning outcomes. GCSE questions embedded to support learning. Useful for Edexcel B / AQA / OCR.
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Geography Passport to Learning

Geography Passport to Learning

A geography passport that is a PDF file ready to be printed and formatted for printer use. The file has a quick overview on the student and is useful for transition events or at the start of the term. The booklet asks students to collect information on geography in the news, what they have previously covered in geography and why it is an important subject in the curriculum.
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Geography Literacy Guide KS3

Geography Literacy Guide KS3

A literacy guide useful for geography students to help with key command words, joining sentences, exam command words (define, explain, justify, describe, analyse), and connective words for case study answers
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Mapping river systems

Mapping river systems

Useful PPT and resources for mapping river systems with differentiated learning objectives. Can be used for AQA/Edexcel/OCR
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Geography Quiz KS3

Geography Quiz KS3

A fun, end of term geographical quiz with 6 different rounds including: world cup (flags); geog-bomb (general knowledge geography); pinpoint (locating key places around the world on a map); clue (4 clues for an answer, guessing on first clue getting more points); postcard (distorted pictures of key geographical locations); and a bonus round. Lasts 60 minutes, comes with resource and PPT has hyperlinks to each round.
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Key Geographical Skills (2/2) Scheme of Work

Key Geographical Skills (2/2) Scheme of Work

This unit of work is extremely useful for year 7/8 students to improve on geographical skills important for the new GCSE specification. These lessons follow on from the previous 16 lessons to make a full term of work on Geographical Skills and Map Work. Content includes map skills such as distance, direction, compass points, scale, routes, height on maps (spot height, layer shading, contours), relief of land, cross-sections, four figure grid references, six figure grid references, settlement patterns, graphs/data in geography, different types of maps, longitude and latitude. Key geography Skills textbooks and Collins World Atlases KS3 are recommended for this Scheme of Work.
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Key Geographical Skills (Half-Term) 16 lessons

Key Geographical Skills (Half-Term) 16 lessons

This unit of work is extremely useful for year 7/8 students to improve on geographical skills important for the new GCSE specification. Content includes map skills such as distance, direction, compass points, scale, routes, height on maps (spot height, layer shading, contours), relief of land, cross-sections, four figure grid references, six figure grid references, settlement patterns, graphs/data in geography, different types of maps, longitude and latitude.
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KS3 Brazil Scheme of Work- Holistic Geography 30 lessons

KS3 Brazil Scheme of Work- Holistic Geography 30 lessons

28 lessons plus assessments designed for 50/60 minutes about Brazil. Differentiated learning objectives embedded into scheme of work. This download comes with a detailed scheme of work and all resources as well as powerpoint and a mid-term and end of term assessment. The mid-term assessment focuses on favelas and is a Decision Making Exercise to help students improve their skills for GCSE in line with the new GCSE specification. This unit of work includes a holistic overview of Geography focusing on Brazil and includes key geographical skills for GCSE including climate graphs, population pyramids and other skills focusing on Development, Trade and Biomes. Topics covered include key geographical skills, favelas, rainforests (deforestation, tribes, climate change).
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Geographical Skills Assessment Y7/KS3

Geographical Skills Assessment Y7/KS3

An assessment that overviews geographical skills at key stage 3 for geography. Including written answers and multiple choice covering contours, cross-sections, height on maps, 4 and 6 figure grid references, map symbols, distance and direction. 50 marks awarded and 14 questions overall.
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