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Aims to provide full lessons focused on CIE IGCSE and A Level Geography. Resources are ready to teach and contain answers for teachers where possible. A lot of care has been taken to ensure tasks are tightly in line with Cambridge Syllabi and lessons are presented in a clear, consistent way for the teacher.

Aims to provide full lessons focused on CIE IGCSE and A Level Geography. Resources are ready to teach and contain answers for teachers where possible. A lot of care has been taken to ensure tasks are tightly in line with Cambridge Syllabi and lessons are presented in a clear, consistent way for the teacher.
CIE A Level Geography Atmosphere and Weather Lesson 4: Factors which influence local climate
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CIE A Level Geography Atmosphere and Weather Lesson 4: Factors which influence local climate

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WALT: Explain how climate may be influenced by local factors Lesson discusses the role of factors; altitude, length of day and night, cloud cover and proximity to the sea. Tasks and explanations included. Planned tightly in line with the CIE syllabus. The lesson is ready to teach. This lesson was made during online learning but would not be time consuming to adapt for any environment. I hope you find this useful and consider purchasing future lessons for this unit which I will make available soon. Feedback welcome and please leave a review!
CIE A Level Geography Atmosphere and Weather Lesson 3: Seasonal variations - temp, pressure and wind
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CIE A Level Geography Atmosphere and Weather Lesson 3: Seasonal variations - temp, pressure and wind

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**WALT: Explain the seasonal variations in temperature, pressure and wind belts by linking the influence of latitude and land/sea variations ** Lesson focuses on the following parts of the syllabus; Global distribution of surface temperature and pressure Use a world map to show the distribution of isotherms for summer and winter, Use a world map to show the distribution of isobars for summer and winter Learners identify similarities and differences across the globe Planned tightly in line with the CIE syllabus. The lesson is ready to teach. This lesson was made during online learning but would not be time consuming to adapt for any environment. I hope you find this useful and consider purchasing future lessons for this unit which I will make available soon. Feedback welcome and please leave a review!
CIE A Level Geography Atmosphere and Weather Lesson 2: Global energy budgets
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CIE A Level Geography Atmosphere and Weather Lesson 2: Global energy budgets

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WALT: describe and explain the patterns of insolation and atmospheric transfers Lesson discusses the different levels of insolation at the equator, topics and poles. Atmospheric and ocean heat transfers are taught and concept checking questions are provided. Tasks and explanations included for each. Planned tightly in line with the CIE syllabus. The lesson is ready to teach. This lesson was made during online learning but would not be time consuming to adapt for any environment. I hope you find this useful and consider purchasing future lessons for this unit which I will make available soon. Feedback welcome and please leave a review!
CIE A Level Geography Atmosphere and Weather Lesson 6: Precipitation formation
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CIE A Level Geography Atmosphere and Weather Lesson 6: Precipitation formation

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WALT: Explain the formation of different types of precipitation. Reviews the formation of rain (orographic, frontal, convectional). Includes formation of dew, clouds (including types and identifying characteristics), fog, hail and snow. Anti-cyclones, cyclones and air stability also included. Activities included and answers provided on separate teacher’s slides. Planned tightly in line with the CIE syllabus. The lesson is ready to teach. This lesson was made during online learning but would not be time consuming to adapt for any environment. I hope you find this useful and consider purchasing future lessons for this unit which I will make available soon. Feedback welcome and please leave a review!
CIE A Level Geography Atmosphere and Weather Lesson 5: Atmospheric moisture processes (2 lessons)
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CIE A Level Geography Atmosphere and Weather Lesson 5: Atmospheric moisture processes (2 lessons)

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WALT: Explain atmospheric moisture processes, including: evaporation, condensation, freezing, melting, deposition and sublimation. Describe and illustrate types of cooling and the 4 causes of precipitation. 2 lessons worth of material. Includes the phases/states of water, air stability, humidity/dew point, precipitation causes, formation of rain and types of cooling. Planned tightly in line with the CIE syllabus. The lesson is ready to teach. This lesson was made during online learning but would not be time consuming to adapt for any environment. I hope you find this useful and consider purchasing future lessons for this unit which I will make available soon. Feedback welcome and please leave a review!
CIE A Level Geography Atmosphere and Weather Lesson 1: Diurnal and night time energy budgets
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CIE A Level Geography Atmosphere and Weather Lesson 1: Diurnal and night time energy budgets

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WALT: Identify and explain the factors affecting the diurnal and night time energy budgets Lesson introduces atmospheric layers, energy budget diagram, review of convection/conduction/radiation and factors which affect the budget (albedo, surface absorption, latent heat, sensible heat, longwave radiation and incoming shortwave radiation). Tasks and explanations included for each. Planned tightly in line with the CIE syllabus. Tasks for students are clearly included and there is an additional slideshow with answers/tips for the teacher. The lesson is ready to teach and includes separate answer slides for the teacher. This lesson was made during online learning but would not be time consuming to adapt for any environment. I hope you find this useful and consider purchasing future lessons for this unit which I will make available soon. Feedback welcome and please leave a review!
CIE A Level Geography: Tropical Environments: Lesson 2 Atmospheric circulation
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CIE A Level Geography: Tropical Environments: Lesson 2 Atmospheric circulation

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Lesson 2. Objective/WALT: To explain the impact of pressure on weather and revisit the location and formation of the ITCZ. Focus on; climate graphs for the 3 tropical biomes, weather associated with high and low pressure, the migration of the ITCZ and wind belt formation Planned tightly in line with the CIE syllabus. Tasks for students are clearly included and most tasks have answers/prompts for teacher. The lesson is ready to teach and includes handouts where necessary! This lesson was made during online learning but would not be time consuming to adapt for any environment. I hope you find this useful and consider purchasing future lessons for this unit which I will make available soon. Feedback welcome. If you are unsure about purchasing this resource, please explore the free lesson plans I have uploaded as examples of my lesson planning style.
CIE A Level Geography Hydrology and Fluvial Geomorphology Lesson 2-3: Drainage basin processes
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CIE A Level Geography Hydrology and Fluvial Geomorphology Lesson 2-3: Drainage basin processes

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Lesson 2-3. Objective/WALT: Identify and explain the relationships between the different processes within a drainage basin. Planned tightly in line with the CIE syllabus. Tasks for students are clearly included and there is an additional slideshow with answers/tips for the teacher. The lesson is ready to teach and includes handouts where necessary! This lesson was made during online learning but would not be time consuming to adapt for any environment. I hope you find this useful and consider purchasing future lessons for this unit which I will make available soon. Feedback welcome. If you are unsure about purchasing this resource, please explore the free lesson plans I have uploaded as examples of my lesson planning style.
CIE A Level Geography Hydrology and Fluvial Geomorphology Lesson 4: Hydrographs
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CIE A Level Geography Hydrology and Fluvial Geomorphology Lesson 4: Hydrographs

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Lesson 4. Objective/WALT: Identify components of annual and storm hydrographs and explain the influences on them Planned tightly in line with the CIE syllabus. Tasks for students are clearly included and there is an additional slideshow with answers/tips for the teacher. The lesson is ready to teach and includes handouts where necessary! This lesson was made during online learning but would not be time consuming to adapt for any environment. I hope you find this useful and consider purchasing future lessons for this unit which I will make available soon. Feedback welcome. If you are unsure about purchasing this resource, please explore the free lesson plans I have uploaded as examples of my lesson planning style.
CIE IGCSE Geography: Population dynamics lesson package
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CIE IGCSE Geography: Population dynamics lesson package

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Includes 13 lessons planned in line with the Cambridge syllabus for Population Dynamics. Created during online learning but lessons will certainly work in all learning environments. Lessons are ready to go and contain tasks, links and handouts where necessary. Some lessons have separate slides for the teacher but the ones which do not will have most answers in the slide notes below. All tasks are clearly provided in a consistent way for both students and teachers and a range of skills within Bloom’s taxonomy are included as well as introductions to common map and graph types which students will need to be familiar with. Lesson 1 uploaded as a free resource so teachers can decide if this package is for them. Reviews and feedback welcome!
CIE IGCSE Geography: Population dynamics: Lesson 10 migration
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CIE IGCSE Geography: Population dynamics: Lesson 10 migration

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Lesson 8 for Theme 1: Population Dynamics CIE IGCSE Geography. WALT: Define key terms and identify some patterns of migration Includes focus on a range of key terms and activities related to flow line maps, categorisation of push and pull factors and the impacts on origin and destination countries. Lesson is ready to go and contains, tasks, links and handouts where necessary! Planned tightly in line with the CIE syllabus during online learning but lesson will certainly work in all learning environments. If this lesson was useful then please review. Feedback welcome.
CIE IGCSE Geography: Population dynamics: Lesson 9 population policies
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CIE IGCSE Geography: Population dynamics: Lesson 9 population policies

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Lesson 9 for Theme 1: Population Dynamics CIE IGCSE Geography. WALT: Describe and evaluate population policies Focus on pro and anti natalist policies in Singapore and China. Additional teacher slideshow with answers included. Lesson is ready to go and contains, tasks, links and handouts where necessary! Planned tightly in line with the CIE syllabus during online learning but lesson will certainly work in all learning environments. If this lesson was useful then please review. Feedback welcome.
CIE IGCSE Geography: Population dynamics: Lesson 11 Impacts of migration and case study
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CIE IGCSE Geography: Population dynamics: Lesson 11 Impacts of migration and case study

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Lesson 11 for Theme 1: Population Dynamics CIE IGCSE Geography. WALT: Describe the impacts of migration on destination and origin case study. Focus on Syria to Germany. Includes tasks based on analysis of proportional circle map, push and pull factors and impacts selected from a range of newspaper articles. Lesson is ready to go and contains, tasks, links and handouts where necessary! Planned tightly in line with the CIE syllabus during online learning but lesson will certainly work in all learning environments. If this lesson was useful then please review. Feedback welcome.
CIE IGCSE Geography: Population dynamics: Lesson 8 case study: Low rate of population growth/decline
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CIE IGCSE Geography: Population dynamics: Lesson 8 case study: Low rate of population growth/decline

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Lesson 8 for Theme 1: Population Dynamics CIE IGCSE Geography. WALT: Build a case study to describe and explain the causes, impacts and solutions of a low rate of natural population growth Focus on Japan with a range of sources so students can explore causes, impacts and solutions. Extra slideshow with answers for teacher. Lesson is ready to go and contains, tasks, links and handouts where necessary! Planned tightly in line with the CIE syllabus during online learning but lesson will certainly work in all learning environments. If this lesson was useful then please review. Feedback welcome.
CIE IGCSE Geography: Population dynamics: Lesson 2  Over and under population
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CIE IGCSE Geography: Population dynamics: Lesson 2 Over and under population

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Lesson 2 for Theme 1: Population Dynamics CIE IGCSE Geography. WALT: Identify and describe the causes and consequences of over and under-population Lesson is ready to go and contains, tasks, links and handouts where necessary! Planned tightly in line with the CIE syllabus during online learning but lesson will certainly work in all learning environments. If this lesson was useful then please review. Feedback welcome.
CIE IGCSE Geography: Population dynamics: Lesson 12 population structure
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CIE IGCSE Geography: Population dynamics: Lesson 12 population structure

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Lesson 12 for Theme 1: Population Dynamics CIE IGCSE Geography. WALT: Define key terms and infer what different population structures tell us about development Includes analysis of population pyramids and dependency ratio based on chloropleth maps. Link to demographic transition model made. Data included for students to build population pyramids for an LEDC and an MEDC. Focus on Italy for high dependency ratio. Lesson is ready to go and contains tasks, links and handouts where necessary! Planned tightly in line with the CIE syllabus during online learning but lesson will certainly work in all learning environments. If this lesson was useful then please review. Feedback welcome.
CIE IGCSE Geography: Population dynamics: Lesson 13 density, distribution and sparse case study
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CIE IGCSE Geography: Population dynamics: Lesson 13 density, distribution and sparse case study

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Lesson 13 for Theme 1: Population Dynamics CIE IGCSE Geography. WALT: Describe the factors influencing the density and distribution of population and classify them. Build a case study of an area with a sparse population. Focus on understanding distribution and the factors which influence this. Template slides for students to build a case study which they can choose from selected countries based on chloropleth map task. Lesson is ready to go and contains, tasks, links and handouts where necessary! Planned tightly in line with the CIE syllabus during online learning but lesson will certainly work in all learning environments. If this lesson was useful then please review. Feedback welcome.
CIE IGCSE Geography Settlement introduction: Patterns and sites
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CIE IGCSE Geography Settlement introduction: Patterns and sites

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Introductory lesson (1-2) to describe nucleated, dispersed and linear settlement patterns as well as identify reasons for settlement sites. Exam question included. Lesson is ready to go and contains, tasks, links, WALT! Separate slides for students. Teacher slides include extra information and some answers. Planned tightly in line with the CIE syllabus during online learning but lesson will certainly work in all learning environments. If this sample lesson was useful then please consider purchasing the entire Settlement package which I will make available soon.
CIE A Level Geography Tropical Environments: Overview of tropical environments
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CIE A Level Geography Tropical Environments: Overview of tropical environments

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Lesson 1. Introducing the Koppen classification system and describing the distribution of the world’s tropical environments. Planned tightly in line with the CIE syllabus. Tasks for students are clearly included and there is an addtional slideshow with answers/tips for the teacher. The lesson is ready to teach and includes handouts! This lesson was made during online learning but would not be time consuming to adapt for any environment. This is a free example of my scheme of work and I hope you find it useful and consider purchasing my complete lesson pack for this unit which I will make available soon. Feedback welcome.