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As an experienced Geography and Humanities teacher consistently graded as 'Outstanding', all these resources are designed to help teacher provide high quality lessons. All lessons are easily adaptable if needed, but can also be used with minimal preparation. Please leave feedback on any resources you use!

As an experienced Geography and Humanities teacher consistently graded as 'Outstanding', all these resources are designed to help teacher provide high quality lessons. All lessons are easily adaptable if needed, but can also be used with minimal preparation. Please leave feedback on any resources you use!
Non-Examined Assessment (NEA) Bundle
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Non-Examined Assessment (NEA) Bundle

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A Bundle of lessons and resources to help with the teaching of the A-Level Geography Non-Examined Assessment (NEA). All lessons include a lesson slideshow and student handouts. The lessons are used in conjunction with the RGS NEA booklet, as well as legacy A-Level investigations available from AQA, Edexcel, WJEC sites and department staff university dissertations.
UK Issues: HS2 Debate
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UK Issues: HS2 Debate

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Debate lesson on whether HS2 should go ahead or not. Designed to be completed over two lessons (one lesson preparation, one lesson actual debate between groups), but can be condensed into one lesson. Part of the 'UK Issues' Scheme of Work. Created for KS3, but easily adaptable to other year groups. Full lesson and resources included within the powerpoint file.
Wildfires Case Study (Australia)
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Wildfires Case Study (Australia)

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Designed for the AQA AS/A Level Hazards topic. Lesson on A Case Study of Wildfires. Location, formation, Indian Ocean Dipole and impacts of the 2009 Australian Wildfires. Included is a presentation and student handout.
Case Study of Traffic Congestion: Mexico City, Mexico
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Case Study of Traffic Congestion: Mexico City, Mexico

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Lesson looking at the causes and consequences of traffic congestion in Mexico City, Mexico Created for DP Geography (2019) Optional Unit G ‘Urban Environments’, but easily adaptable to other year groups and curriculums. Full lesson is included, with some handouts (printed seperately) used at the end of the presentation. Students had a digital copy of the ‘resources file’ (which has some answers and animations removed and additional space to make notes) to take notes as required.
Storm Hazards
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Storm Hazards

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Designed for the AQA AS/A Level Hazards topic. Lesson on Storm Hazards; formation, location, impacts, mitigation and adaptation. Included is a presentation and student handout.
Propaganda
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Propaganda

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Lesson on propaganda. The lesson looks at what propaganda is, different types of propaganda and then students create their own piece of propaganda for a political party. Full lesson is included, with links to videos and articles within the slides. This lesson takes around a 1 hour lesson.
8. Analysis and Data Presentation [A-Level Non-Examined Assessment (NEA)]
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8. Analysis and Data Presentation [A-Level Non-Examined Assessment (NEA)]

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Eighth lesson of the A-Level Non-Examined Assessment (NEA), exploring data presentation techniques and how to analyse the data students collected. Included is a lesson slideshow and student handouts. This lesson is used in conjunction with the RGS NEA booklet, as well as legacy A-Level investigations available from AQA, Edexcel, WJEC sites and department staff university dissertations.
3. Aims, Hypotheses & Research Questions
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3. Aims, Hypotheses & Research Questions

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Third lesson of the A-Level Non-Examined Assessment (NEA), exploring the differences between aims, hypotheses and research questions of research Included is a lesson slideshow and student handouts. This lesson is used in conjunction with "Discovery Worksheets", available from Pearson, as well as legacy A-Level investigations available from AQA, Edexcel, WJEC sites, and department staff university dissertations.
UK Issues: Advantages & Disadvantages of HS2
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UK Issues: Advantages & Disadvantages of HS2

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Lesson looking at the advantages and disadvantages of the proposed construction for HS2 for different people. Part of the 'UK Issues' Scheme of Work. Created for KS3, but easily adaptable to other year groups. Full lesson and resources included within the powerpoint file.
9. Conclusion and Evaluation [A-Level Non-Examined Assessment (NEA)]
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9. Conclusion and Evaluation [A-Level Non-Examined Assessment (NEA)]

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Ninth lesson of the A-Level Non-Examined Assessment (NEA), exploring how to conclude and evaluate the students research project. Included is a lesson slideshow and student handouts. This lesson is used in conjunction with the RGS NEA booklet, as well as legacy A-Level investigations available from AQA, Edexcel, WJEC sites and department staff university dissertations.
Case Study of a Megacity: Lagos, Nigeria
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Case Study of a Megacity: Lagos, Nigeria

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Lesson looking at Megacities, using Lagos, Nigeria as a case study. Created for DP Geography (2019)Unit 1 ‘Changing Populations’, but easily adaptable to other year groups and curriculums. Full lesson is included, with some handouts (printed seperately) used at the end of the presentation. Students had a digital copy of the lesson of to take notes on their laptops as required.
5. Methodology [A-Level Non-Examined Assessment (NEA)]
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5. Methodology [A-Level Non-Examined Assessment (NEA)]

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Fifth lesson of the A-Level Non-Examined Assessment (NEA), exploring different methods that can be used within the students investigation. Included is a lesson slideshow and student handouts. This lesson is used in conjunction with the RGS NEA booklet, as well as legacy A-Level investigations available from AQA, Edexcel, WJEC sites and department staff university dissertations.
UK Issues: What is HS2?
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UK Issues: What is HS2?

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Lesson looking what the HS2 is and different impacts of its proposed construction. Part of the 'UK Issues' Scheme of Work. Created for KS3, but easily adaptable to other year groups. Full lesson and resources included within the powerpoint file.
Urban Social Deprivation and the Multiple Deprivation Index
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Urban Social Deprivation and the Multiple Deprivation Index

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Lesson looking at the causes and consequences of Urban Social Deprivation, including the poverty cycle and the measurement of social deprivation using the Multiple Deprivation Index. Created for DP Geography (2019) Optional Unit G ‘Urban Environments’, but easily adaptable to other year groups and curriculums. Full lesson is included, with some handouts (printed seperately) used at the end of the presentation. Students had a digital copy of the ‘resources file’ (which has some answers and animations removed and additional space to make notes) to take notes as required.