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Geographical skills introduction - Cartography with Fortnite/Monopoly summary
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Geographical skills introduction - Cartography with Fortnite/Monopoly summary

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AQA Specification Geographical skills For use with KS3 and KS4 (Yr9 and 10), but could be adapted for younger years Introduction to basic cartographical skills (grid references, OS symbols, contour lines etc) Questions levelled for different abilities. “Star Challenges” for “Stretch and Challenge” OS maps are in reference to Corby but could be adapted to local area for increased engagement Videos embedded but can be located on Youtube LINK TO OS SYMBOLS CARDS : https://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/docs/teaching-resources/25k-map-symbol-flashcards.pdf FORTNITE/MONOPOLY summary ; Make a map using all the skills developed in lessons. Tested it out with our Year 9 classes and they LOVED it! (Creators - Mr Jonathon Chew and Miss Jennifer McDougall)
Monitoring Volcanic activity - with flash card activity
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Monitoring Volcanic activity - with flash card activity

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AQA Specification KS4 Living with physical environments, the challenge of natural hazards, Paper 1 Activities included, star marked challenges for “stretch and challenge” with flash card activity and “naughts and crosses” style plenary
Persuasive and creative writing frames/tasks
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Persuasive and creative writing frames/tasks

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**Inspired by having a very sore throat and nasty cold! ** Minimal speak tasks for teachers. Hand out the challenge sheets as students arrive, let them loose and encourage them to share their poems at the end! KS3 Tasks focused on developing literacy and oracy Developing independent learning Persuasive and creative writing development Includes challenge levels for more able students (Secured) Mini Thesaurus adapted from Pinterest
Planning for natural hazards - Round Robin activity and resources
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Planning for natural hazards - Round Robin activity and resources

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AQA Specification KS4 Living with physical environments, the challenge of natural hazards, Paper 1 Activities included, star marked challenges for “stretch and challenge” Video embedded Marking grid included with structure strip Materials for round robin included, resourced from other sites (however, I cannot remember where!)
Japanese Earthquake - Natural hazard introduction
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Japanese Earthquake - Natural hazard introduction

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AQA Specification KS4 Living with physical environments, the challenge of natural hazards, Paper 1 Activities included, star marked challenges for “stretch and challenge” Video link in PPT notes Info sheet part adapted from “Coolgeography”
Nepal Earthquake - Impacts
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Nepal Earthquake - Impacts

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AQA Specification KS4 Living with physical environments, the challenge of natural hazards, Paper 1 Activities included, star marked challenges for “stretch and challenge” with question matrix Video link in PPT notes
"Population Pyramids" - lesson with printable materials and taboo cards
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"Population Pyramids" - lesson with printable materials and taboo cards

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Following AQA specification KS3 and KS4 (Use for both Yr9 and 10) Skills lesson looking at how to interpret population pyramids Levelled questions in relation to materials (red to green with “challenge stars” for “stretch and challenge”) Card sort for use with slide 4, activities 1 and 2 (highlighted in red)
Borneo case study
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Borneo case study

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AQA Geography Paper 1 Living World Case study lesson on Borneo with Rubix cube opportunities and problems activity
Typhoon Hagibis
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Typhoon Hagibis

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Power Point and “fact posters” AQA GCSE Geography (however, could be adapted for other exam boards). Exam question practice with mark scheme (adapted from AQA). Compare and contrast language focus. Video section with link in comments. Homework included.
Japanese verbs - "to watch"
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Japanese verbs - "to watch"

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For practicing the verb “to watch”. Past, positive and negative. Scaffolded to develop both questions and answers. Requires a medium level of hirigana.
Japanese verbs - "to go"
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Japanese verbs - "to go"

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For practicing the verb “to go”. Past, positive and negative. Scaffolded to develop both questions and answers. Requires a medium level of hirigana.