7 fully resourced lessons suitable for KS3 Geography. A wide range of activities included e.g. crosswords, odd one out tasks, exam questions, worksheets etc. Main activities are differentiated. Lessons include: What is weather and climate? How do we measure weather? How can weather data be presented? What are clouds and why does it rain? What are depressions and anticyclones? What is the climate of the UK? How does climate vary across the world?
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.
2 resources: Comprehensive revision guide explicitly linked to the specification. Case studies included. Student revision work booklet with a variety of activity and exam questions linked to the different sections of the specification.
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?
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
Revision work booklet for students to use to prepare for the coasts topic in Paper 1 - Physical Geography. Various activities, exam questions and case studies included. All clearly linked to the specification.
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
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.
25 questions. Answers included. Editable version also included. This could be used as homework, in lessons or for inter-form/house competitions
AQA A Level Geography Hazards Revision guide and work booklet.
8 fully resourced lessons with a variety of different tasks to complete. Follows the progress in Geography book.
Geography quiz and answer sheet for 2023. There are 5 rounds in total and 20 questions are based on news stories from 2023. Round 1 – Geography in the news 2023 – Dingbats round - questions with a dingbats (catchphrase) clue Round 2 – Geography in the news 2023 – Maps round - questions about place with an outline map. Round 3 – Globalisation round – Guess the Logo Round 4 – Landmarks map – Where did Santa leave his hat? Bonus Round – Christmas food miles - maths skills task Answer sheet included and answers are displayed on the PowerPoint at the end of each round.
Revision work book for students to complete linked to all parts of the specification and includes case studies. Past exam questions also included.
Comprehensive revision guide, linked to the specification. Work booklet for students to complete is also included with exam questions, various activities and case studies.
Fully resourced lesson - including development indicators sorting task, students pick 1 development indicator and use it to create a scattergraph to see if there is a correlation and then students read different peoples views about development in Africa and then decide if they are positive or negative. Learning Objectives. To understand how we can measure development. to understand the differences in levels of development across African countries to consider different points of view about development in African countries
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.
A collaboration of lessons created for the ‘Changing UK economy topic’ from the new AQA geography specification. I have included a large range of resources e.g. mysteries, market place tasks, desk mats, dilemmas, case study sheets, mind maps, research tasks, graphs, card sorts and lots more. I have also included practise exam questions to go with each lesson. The lessons are as follows: Lesson 1 - Changes in the UK economy Lesson 2 - A post industrial economy Lesson 3 - UK science and business parks Lesson 4 - Environmental impacts of industry - includes examples Lesson 5 - Changing rural landscapes Lesson 6 - Changing transport infrastructure - roads, ports, airports and railways Lesson 7 - The north south divide Lesson 8 - The UK in the wider world Lesson 9 - The UK in the wider world - EU and commonwealth
16 double-sided landform formation sequencing cards. Landforms included: V-shaped valleys and interlocking spurs Waterfalls Meanders Ox-bow lakes Floodplains Levees Wave cut platforms Wave cut notches Headlands and Bays Sand dunes Spits Bars Caves, arches, stacks and stumps. Instructions for students: Print out double sided/copy onto your own revision cards. Practice sequencing the processes involved in the formation of coastal and river landforms – use look, cover, write and repeat until you know them off by heart.