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.
Great lesson to introduce student to RS/RE. Lesson objectives will review: To identify the differences between fact and belief. To describe why people hold communal beliefs. To look at the reasons why people worship. Includes a Homework activity !
An outstanding resource that introduces this years Football World Cup 2022 in Qatar. Great for the summer and end of year/term activity !!! There are lots of activities for students to complete and access. There are a supurb range of cross curricular tasks based on Geography, ICT, Maths, English, Art and Science. This is a perfect way to raise awareness of this much talked about sporting event.
A proven great introductory and transition lesson activity to introduce the skills and global knowledge needed for Geography! This has proved very successful for Y6 students entering KS3 It can be used as an independent, paired or group task. Fantastic if used as a competition.
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.
Ofsted graded oustanding lesson. Comprehensive guide to organic farming. Learning objectives: To describe what farming is and why its important To explain why organic farming is increasing To identify its advantages and disadvantages Complete with pitstop plenery, discussion plenery placemat and exit cards ideal for assessment for learning.
A great end of term challenge to consolidate learning of atlas skills, scale and identification using the silhouette outlines if countries across the globe. Fully differentiated at 3 levels. Helps with general knowledge too! Test yourself teachers!
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
Great lesson to promote the idea of interdependence and teamwork between countries. This allows students to review the importance of international trade. Also great for a STEM challenge.
An outstanding resource that introduces this year’s 2022 Women’s European Cup in England. There are lots of activities for students to complete and access. There are a supurb range of cross curricular tasks based on Geography, ICT, Maths, English, Art and Science. Great for the summer and end of year/term activity !!!
This introduces students to easy overview of climate change patterns caused by Global Warming. A great resource that promotes logical, critical thinking and justification. Can be used as a group task.
Learning objectives: To outline the reasons why Mexico migrants want to live in the USA. To review some population issues caused by mass migration. Comprehensive lesson including map activities of the USA/Mexico border, crossword suing key words and places, locational knowledge questions and matching exercises reviewing different perspectives of the migration issues.
Title: What are the effects of floods? To identify at least 4 effects To compare the floods in the UK with Bangladesh A great double lesson that reviews the impact of flooding. Ideal for KS3-4. Differentiated resource available for lower ability students. Includes 6 activities, starter and plenary and assistance for differentiation. Also includes level question with level descriptors so that students can generate a target answer response. Lesson plan overview is on slide 2
Cool kinaesthetic starter activity that introduces the logos of 3 major conservation organisations.
Christianity and racial equality An outstanding graded lesson on prejudice, racism and discrimination linked to the Christan Church and wider society.
A fun and challenging activity sheet that names and locates the worlds major tectonic plates.
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 !
Great information for assembly and importance of gender bias.
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.