This lesson looks at what waterfalls are, and how they are formed. The lesson uses High Force as and example.
There is a low ability version of the lesson included as well as an A3 worksheet with all activities on.
This is another lesson created for the AQA new specification, Urban issues and challenges. The Lesson looks at the part of the spec to cover a major city in the UK. Within the lesson there are questions analysing data about education and life expectancy, students then go on to categorise the issues associated with building on brownfield and greenfield sites. Students finish by deciding if building on green belt areas is the solution to London's housing issues. All worksheets for the lesson are included on the slides at the end of the powerpoint.
This lesson looks at the main causes causes of flooding as well as some of the damage that can be caused by flooding. Students complete an information hunt on the causes of flooding, as well as a literacy task on flooding. There are a range of collaborative activities throughout. Students finish by categorising the damage caused flooding into social, economic and environmental.
Included are the powerpoint ( Low ability version too!) as well as all work sheets needed for the lesson, SEN worksheets also included.
Lessons for the 'Urban Challenges in the UK' section of the new AQA 9-1 Spec. All worksheets for lessons are included as slides at the end of each PPT.
5 Lessons included:
*The UK's distribution of population and major cities
*London CS - Where is London, What is London's population and ethnic mix?
*London CS - What is social deprivation, is it an issue in London? Housing issues, greenfield and brownfield sites, does the green belt solve the issues?
*London CS - Pollution, Waste management and Urban greening.
*London CS - Regeneration Shorditch and Docklands
This lesson has been created for KS3 - I am wanting to start doing more GCSE style learning in KS3 to try and close the gap between KS3 and GCSE.
This lesson looks at describing the distribution of ecosystems, Solar insulation and the global atmospheric circulation model.
There are 2 worksheets that go with the lesson included and a range of activities. Students look at reading climate graphs within the lesson as well. All slides have teacher notes in the notes sections.
This is an hour long KS3 lesson that looks at Megacities. It links to the new GCSE AQA 9-1 Specification. What is a Megacity? Students also look at push and pull factors and the reasons for urbanisation.
The lesson includes a range of geographical skills, and information hunt as well as a literacy task.
All resources for the lesson are included within the powerpoint and easy to identify and print.
This lesson is the first lesson looking at the case study of a major city in the UK. The lessons fits the urban issues and challenges section of the new specification for AQA.
This lesson includes: The location of London and its importance nationally and globally, The impacts of national and international migration on London and London's ethnic mix.
The lesson has a range of skills included and all resources can be taken and printed from the powerpoint.
A powerpoint with all the resources needed for a lesson on the North-South divide in the UK. The lesson looks at employment rates and choropleth maps. The lesson covers part of the 'Economic change in the UK' section of the new AQA 9-1 GCSE
This whole lesson looks at eating disorders; Anorexia, Bulimia and binge eating.
The lesson has worksheets to support it and looks at what eating disorders and problems are, as well as looking at the signs and symptoms that are recognisable.
Included is the full powerpoint, case study worksheets and helpline information sheet.
This lesson looks at an overview of major cities in the UK. Map skills included, students create a bar graph and look at population density and distribution in the UK. It features a section from the new AQA 9-1 Geography specification.
This resource is an A3 revision mat for the Rivers section of the new AQA 9-1 GCSE.
It is a quick fire revision sheet for students.
The revision mat covers:
- Upper, middle and lower course
- Waterfalls / Interlocking spurs/ Gorges
- Meanders/ Oxbow lakes
There are a number of exam questions for students to work through as well.
Homework menu - students choose a starter, main and dessert question to answer. Can be set as weekly tasks for students to complete different 'meal' choices.
Could be used as revision homework or set as homework to be completed while teaching the content in lessons.
Full lesson and A3 learning mat.
This lesson looks at the causes and the effects of the flooding in Cumbria in 2015 - The lesson includes all the resources and worksheets. It is a 60 minute lesson and has a variety of different activities and extension tasks.
This lesson looks at food chains, webs and the nutrients cycle. There are a range of activities. The starter is a stand up activity where students categorise biotic and abiotic elements of an ecosystem. There are two activities on food chains and then a task looking at the nutrients cycle.
All resources for the lesson are included on the separate PPTs.
This lesson looks at the pattern of urban change and the main factors for urbanisation. The lesson includes all worksheets within the powerpoint. It has been planned for an hour session.
The lesson covers the first key idea for Section A: Urban issues and Challenges (AQA 9-1)
This card sort was used for a KS3 class who were looking at how sustainable Inuit living is. Students had to categorise the information into social, economic and environmental factors. Students then had to decide how sustainable the Inuit way of life is.