A thorough revision quiz for Paper 1 of the new AQA GCSE Geography specification (9-1) 4 rounds: a) The challenge of natural hazards b) The living world c) Physical landscapes in the UK d) Case studies and examples 51 marks available. ANSWERS INCLUDED AFTER EACH ROUND.
Fully resourced lessons for introducing natural resources: Lesson 1 - Introduction to natural resources - Earth’s spheres Lesson 2 - What are rocks Lesson 3 - How is coal made? Lesson 4 - Why are soils the root of life? Lesson 5 - How does the biosphere provide natural resources? Lesson 6 - How does the hydrosphere provide natural resources? Lesson 7 - Oil formation Lesson 8 - What natural resources can be used to generate electricity?
Included in each booket: Knowledge tests after each section of specification content A wide range of different exam questions Structure strips for the 9 mark questions Detailed case study sheets Various activities all linked to the specification to aid students revision Space for DIRT/FIT work Can be set as homework or in class revision
These fully resourced lessons cover the whole of the hazards topic - introduction to hazards, vulcanicity, seismicity, tropical storms and wildfires. Fully resourced lessons. Included with this bundle: Over 30 hours of lessons Various activities - card sorts, reading tasks, retrieval quizzes, exam questions and mark schemes, multiple choice questions, forms quizzes and lots more.
Revision sheets for students to complete for the new AQA Geography A-Level Coastal Systems and Landscapes topic. Each revision sheet covers each point in the specification. There are 5 revision sheets (to be printed on A3). Example questions for each point in the specification also included. I print these double sided so students can revise and then complete exam questions based on the content.
Detailed revision guide and workbook containing notes on the advance information and practice exam questions.
Student revision work booklet for the resource management topic and energy topic. These can be set as homework or in lessons. Included: Each section linked to the specification Knowledge tests Activities Case studies Revision notes Exam questions Mark schemes are attached on a seperate powerpoint. Revision booklets for each section of Paper 1 can be found in my shop.
12 lessons with a variety of tasks including: Links to the specification Case study sheets Exam questions and mark schemes Lesson 1 - Coasts as natural systems Lesson 2- Energy at the coast Lesson 3 - Sediment sources, budgets and cells Lesson 4 - Processes Lesson 5 - Landforms of erosion Lesson 6 - Landforms of deposition Lesson 7 - Sea level change Lesson 8 - Coastal management Lesson 9 - Holderness Lesson 10 -Odisha
This is a quiz that I will be using with year 11 during their final revision session for paper 2. Questions for each section of the paper - each one linked well to the specification. Answers at the end of the quiz. Section 1 - Urban issues and challenges Section 2 - Economic development Section 3 - Resource management Section 4 - Case studies
Student revision workbook with accompanying powerpoints. 2022 advance information and detailed revision notes for each element included. Exam questions and markschemes included. Case studies included. 8 revision lessons in total: Types of plate margins and the nature of vulcanicity Impacts and responses to volcanic hazards The nature of seismicity Impacts and responses to seismic events The nature of storm hazards Impacts and responses to storm hazards The nature of wildfires Characteristic human responses to wildfires
13 hours of fully resourced lessons about oceans - created for non-specialists so easy to follow. A huge variety of resources available. Lessons are as follows: Lesson 1 - Oceans and continents Lessons 2 and 3 - Ocean ecosystems Lesson 4 - Creatures of the deep Lesson 5 - The BP oil spill Lesson 6 - The Pacific Garbage Patch Lesson 7 and 8 - Sustainable fishing Lesson 9 - Introduction to coral reefs Lesson 10 - threats to the coral reefs Lesson 11 - Climate change and the oceans Lesson 12 - Assessment Lesson 13 - FIT lesson
Feedback PowerPoint lesson for the Summer 2019 Paper 1 examination. Model answers included for some questions.
Revision guide and student workbook covering the 2022 advance information for Changing Places - Paper 2
Complete revision resources for the Hazards section of Paper 1 focusing on the Advance Information: Student work booklet with ppt lessons Student revision guide for students to use at home. Case studies and exam questions with mark schemes included.
Fully resourced lesson - case study sheet for students to complete, exam question, video, map task, newspaper article and sorting task
A comprehensive case study booklet for the Hazards and Coasts sections of Paper 1 - Physical Geography. Case studies included: Coastal systems and landscapes: • Case study(ies) of coastal environment(s) at a local scale to illustrate and analyse fundamental coastal processes, their landscape outcomes as set out above and engage with field data and challenges represented in their sustainable management. – Holderness Coastline • Case study of a contrasting coastal landscape beyond the UK to illustrate and analyse how it presents risks and opportunities for human occupation and development and evaluate human responses of resilience, mitigation and adaptation - Odisha Hazards: • Impacts and human responses as evidenced by a recent volcanic event – **Mt Etna ** • Impacts and human responses as evidenced by a recent seismic event – Japan (2011) • Impacts and human responses as evidenced by two recent tropical storms in contrasting areas of the world (Sandy and Winston) • Impact and human responses as evidenced by a recent wild fire event.(Alberta wildfires) • Case study of a multi-hazardous environment beyond the UK to illustrate and analyse the nature of the hazards and the social, economic and environmental risks presented, and how human qualities and responses such as resilience, adaptation, mitigation and management contribute to its continuing human occupation. (Haiti) • Case study at a local scale of a specified place in a hazardous setting to illustrate the physical nature of the hazard and analyse how the economic, social and political character of its community reflects the presence and impacts of the hazard and the community’s response to the risk - Montserrat
River landforms along the River Tees fully resourced lesson - with PowerPoint, video with questions and case study sheet.
Final revision sessions for Paper 1 based on the 2022 advance information for the following topics: Water and Carbon Coasts Hazards