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Outstanding lesson on Introduction to Climate Change & Global Warming (TES Pick)
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Outstanding lesson on Introduction to Climate Change & Global Warming (TES Pick)

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This lesson has been used and accredited as outstanding within many observations and interviews. This alternative to a carrousel task allows student to stay in their seat yet rotate the resources as it introduced them to Climate Change and Global Warming. It allows teachers to judge prior knowledge, learning and misconceptions students may have. This is combined with excellent starter and plenary resources that consolidate learning objectives and helps teachers plan for the next lesson on this current important theme of geographical study. Has been used at KS3, GCSE, IGCE, KS4, MYP and A Level standards.
Excellent Map of Africa atlas exercise
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Excellent Map of Africa atlas exercise

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A comprehensive mapping activity to introduce and consolidate the human and physical geography of Africa. Looks at the countries, main cities, rivers, islands, capes, deserts, seas and oceans. Fun and challenging !
Outstanding  lesson - What is ecotourism? (TES Pick)
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Outstanding lesson - What is ecotourism? (TES Pick)

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Title: What is ecotourism? Objectives: To describe how ecotourism has developed To look at strategies that help conserve the natural environment Contains a review of mass tourism, sustainable strategies, annotated example and a range of video clip hyper links. Ideal for GCSE and International Baccalaureate.
Outstanding Lesson: Stereotypes and prejudice
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Outstanding Lesson: Stereotypes and prejudice

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What are stereotypes? Lesson Objectives: To define the term ‘stereotype’ and give examples of discrimination To assess how our opinions are affected by out surroundings Contains differentiated material for weaker students and challenges higher ability through high order thinking.
Demographics - UK - ageing population
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Demographics - UK - ageing population

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An activity booklet with 7 fantastic tasks that review: Statistical analysis calculations Population pyramids Dependency ratios Population management Predictions for the future Creative task Critical thinking and speculation related to current population patterns
British Culture: icons
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British Culture: icons

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A great fun activity involving a treasure hunt style challenge around the school followed by a research activity and group presentation.
Religious Studies: Great lesson - Is war ever right?
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Religious Studies: Great lesson - Is war ever right?

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Learning Objectives: To look at a range of attitudes linked to warfare To research different aspects of modern warfare Include a great hyperlink to a video clip that reviews a range of different religious responses to this question; as well as from two American people with very different opinions based on the 911 attacks. This is followed by various perspectives on the question from religious viewpoints and and humanist leaders. Includes a starter activity wordsearch to assist strengthening vocabulary.
Outstanding Lesson: Brazil's Amazon Rainforest (TES pick)
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Outstanding Lesson: Brazil's Amazon Rainforest (TES pick)

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A fantastic lesson reviewing the environmental conditions, characteristics and human pressures found within this fragile biome. Involves kinaesthetic collaborative class group task, analysis and evaluation. Includes pit stop plenaries and free plenary placemat. Great for an introduction to this popular case study and theme of biomes.
Excellent: Geography Base Line Assessment Test 1 hour  Comprehensive -  World and British
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Excellent: Geography Base Line Assessment Test 1 hour Comprehensive - World and British

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A fantastic resource that is an efficient to mark. This assessment will gauge current Geographical knowledge of Y6 students entering KS3. Can also be used as assessment tool for new GCSE/KS4 students and also students preparing for A Level/KS5. Capitals cities of Europe Rivers Volcanoes UK Counties British cities Geographical Vocabulary Earthquakes weather and climate People and population Food and farming Mountains and highlands Pollution European countries Continents of the world Seas and oceans of the world
Outstanding Lesson: Hurricanes, Typhoons & Cyclones
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Outstanding Lesson: Hurricanes, Typhoons & Cyclones

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Title - What are Hurricanes? Learning Objective: To describe how they form using keywords To map their global distribution *** A comprehensive introduction to the natural hazard referred to as hurricanes – areas of intense low pressure. This has an excellent starter, main and plenary. It covers mapping global distribution, key words & terminology, the Saffir-Simpson scale measurement and tidal surge. It also has extension higher order thinking question for more ale students.**
Outstanding Lesson - Coastal Landforms & processes
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Outstanding Lesson - Coastal Landforms & processes

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This lesson has been used and accredited as outstanding within many observations and interviews. This alternative to a carrousel task allows student to stay in their seat yet rotate the resources as it introduced them to coastal landforms and processes. It allows teachers to judge prior knowledge, learning and misconceptions students may have. This is combined with excellent starter and plenary resources that consolidate learning objectives and helps teachers plan for the next lesson on this current important theme of geographical study. Has been used at KS3, GCSE, IGCE, KS4, MYP and A Level standards. Title: What processes happens along the coast? To identify examples of erosional landforms To explain how the sea shapes the coast
Outstanding Lesson: Glaciers, Glacial Processes & Glaciated landscapes (TES Pick)
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Outstanding Lesson: Glaciers, Glacial Processes & Glaciated landscapes (TES Pick)

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This lesson has been used and accredited as outstanding within many observations and interviews. This alternative to a carrousel task allows student to stay in their seat yet rotate the resources as it introduced them to Glaciers, Glaciated Landscapes and Processes. It allows teachers to judge prior knowledge, learning and misconceptions students may have. This is combined with excellent starter and plenary resources that consolidate learning objectives and helps teachers plan for the next lesson on this current important theme of geographical study. Has been used at KS3, GCSE, IGCE, KS4, MYP and A Level standards.
Outstanding Lesson - Business Studies Break even (TES Pick)
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Outstanding Lesson - Business Studies Break even (TES Pick)

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Title: What is break-even and why do businesses need to calculate it? Lesson objectives:– To describe what ‘break-even’ is and why its important within business To construct a break-even table and chart and practice calculating break-even using a formula Excellent lesson that consolodates this business skill. Includes: Review of Costs calculation (start-up/running/fixed/variable/total) Revenue calculation Profit/loss/break-even (BE) Break-even analysis experience? Average vs total Step by step calculations Case study scenario Exam practice questions
Outstanding Lesson - Sources of energy, Green, renewable, wind energy
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Outstanding Lesson - Sources of energy, Green, renewable, wind energy

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Title: How can wind power be used create renewable energy? Learning objectives: •To identify examples of renewable and non-renewable energy •To list the costs and benefits of wind power •To look at a Case Study A great lesson that reviews the many variety of energy sources and focuses on the advantages and disadvantages of renewable energy. Includes a useful case study for application of skills, knowledge and understanding.