Soft engineering Borth Case study with Exam homework

Soft engineering Borth Case study with Exam homework

This is the second lesson in contrast to the Medmerry Hard Engineering lesson that follows a similar format for the students to compare. Students have a starter match up activity followed by looking at the case study in detail and applying information from their resource packs to complete a variety of AO1-3 questions. Homework is an exam question to check their understanding. All resources attached and lesson. The case study sheets always work best on A3 so there is more space for students to complete extended writing.
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Vulnerable coastlines, Hard and Soft engineering with managed retreat case study (AQA and Eduqas)

Vulnerable coastlines, Hard and Soft engineering with managed retreat case study (AQA and Eduqas)

This lesson introduces what a vulnerable coastline is and the types of management that maybe used at coast lines such as hard and soft engineering examples with key word prompts. Lesson 1 There is some interactive board work to develop map skills including use of scale and annotation and then there is a case study task sheet to complete using a selection of resources from the revision guide (see TES shop) and an article. There is a consolidation homework activity too with an exam question. All resources are attached and this is a the first in a sequence of lessons for this topic.
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Drought in California  (2 lessons and HW) - Extreme weather high pressure Eduqas and AQA

Drought in California (2 lessons and HW) - Extreme weather high pressure Eduqas and AQA

This lesson contains the full planned lesson (covers two lessons) to explain the cause of droughts in California with a series of resources and activities for students to complete. There is also a clip to show and a variety of map and data handling exercises including the homework activity. There is also a case study task sheet that works best with the information resources and printed as A3. All resources are included.
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Summer revision booklet Geography - Coasts, Rivers, Flooding, Urban, Rural and Extreme weather

Summer revision booklet Geography - Coasts, Rivers, Flooding, Urban, Rural and Extreme weather

This is a 22 page booklet summarising the Eduqas course from September that supports all of the Eduqas lessons (see shop) that I have published. The booklet is self contained as a revision document and there is also the addition of case study summary sheets included. The Urban-Rural links, distinctive landscapes and extreme weather sections are all covered and the activities are varied throughout.
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The greenhouse effect and the carbon cycle - Eduqas GCSE

The greenhouse effect and the carbon cycle - Eduqas GCSE

This lesson can be used as a stand alone lesson or a continuation from the previous lesson on evidence and natural causes of climate change. Students have the opportunity to complete an A04 examination question in addition to looking at a variety of research such as the carbon cycle, the transfers within the cycle and the Keeling Curve. There is also a homework consolidation activity included.
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Geography GCSE Assessment objectives, marking and assessment exercises

Geography GCSE Assessment objectives, marking and assessment exercises

This literacy mat breaks down the assessment objectives for students for Eduqas Geography (but is similar to AQA and EdExcel AO's so would need a slight tweak). There are suggestions of how students answer each command words and how to respond to different question types. On the back of the mat there are the key words associated with Theme 1 but this is adaptable for the unit that is being delivered. There is also a course overview. Students should have these sheets A3 on their desk ideally laminated so that they can be used with whiteboard pens when completing exam questions as a class or as a walking talking mock.
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Geography revision guide GCSE New Spec - Rivers, coasts, climate change, rural and urban( Eduqas/AQ

Geography revision guide GCSE New Spec - Rivers, coasts, climate change, rural and urban( Eduqas/AQ

This revision guide covers the following: - River processes and landforms including erosion, transportation, deposition, meanders and waterfalls etc) - Coastal processes and landforms including erosion, transportation, deposition, wave cut notches, platforms, headlands, bays, slumping, sand dunes, etc, - Flooding including; causes, effects, responses, hydrographs and case study with management techniques - Population in the UK including; ageing, rural, urban, commuting, issues in urban and rural areas. - Sustainability in urban areas including; Egan's wheel, BedZED, green belts, urban renewal, case study on regeneration, changes to UK retail including online and out of town. - Global cities and Mega Cities with case studies. - Managing coastal areas including assessing vulnerability, hard and soft engineering, rising sea levels, coastal flooding, case studies (UK and international) and management strategies. The revision guide largely follows the component 1 of the Eduqas course but the themes and topics are applicable to AQA and EdExcel too. The guide also runs alongside the lessons that can be found in my shop. The price point reflects that multiple copies will be distributed and to your class and it took a long time to make, so far my classes have found it beneficial.
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Climate change - Global temperature changes, evidence for CC and natural causes - Eduqas and AQA

Climate change - Global temperature changes, evidence for CC and natural causes - Eduqas and AQA

This lesson covers an overview to changing global temperatures where students describe the data on the graph. This is then followed by looking at the various sources of evidence for climate change and students evaluate each and consolidate this with an examination question. Students then move on to look at natural causes of climate change and consider the validity of the theories. Students then consolidate their learning with a series of examination questions.
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Extreme weather GCSE (Including Climate Change)

Extreme weather GCSE (Including Climate Change)

These lessons all have the activities, lesson power points, homework and assessment opportunities in the form of exam questions, nothing for you to do but print. The topics covered in this unit are: - Drought (California) - Hurricanes (Katrina) - High and low pressure systems - Microclimates - Air masses that impact the UK - Depressions and anticyclones - Aspect and altitude - Understanding Climate Change - Natural evidence for climate change - Greenhouse effect and the carbon cycle - natural Theories of climate change
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Weather & climate, aspect, altitude, depressions and anticyclones (Eduqas and AQA)

Weather & climate, aspect, altitude, depressions and anticyclones (Eduqas and AQA)

Lesson, resources and homework all included. This is a double lesson that has a range of activities with all resources attached in addition to homework tasks that cover exam technique and retention. Students learn and apply their understanding of anticyclones and depressions with application to real life examples. This is lesson is in a sequence of lessons for this topic so please see other resources in the series.
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Factors affecting climate in the UK: Air masses (Eduqas and AQA) Part 1

Factors affecting climate in the UK: Air masses (Eduqas and AQA) Part 1

This lesson covers the different air masses that affect the UK as well as key terms students have to decipher between weather and climate so that they understand the differences. Students have to use the information cards to locate the air mass and its features and then apply this information to summary reports that can be peer mark. This is the first part in the lesson of what impacts weather and climate in the UK. All resource are contained in addition to worksheets that can be adapted and all lesson and teaching materials.
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Urban Renewal - Rural and Urban links (Eduqas and AQA)

Urban Renewal - Rural and Urban links (Eduqas and AQA)

Students consider the reasons for urban decline by analysing a variety of sources including text and images about Newcastle upon Tyne as a case study (all materials are contained so will work even if you are unfamiliar with location). Students then have to write a report and the Newspaper template is icluded as an overview. In addition students look at the process of renewal and include insight about sectoral shifts as heavy industry declined. This includes a research and sorting exercise that provides evidence for an examination question. There i also a homework sheet included that builds on retention exercise on the lesson and the task is explained on the prepared sheet. This lesson is part of a sequence of lessons on this unit, please see my shop for further lessons and materials.
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Sustainable communities, BedZED and Egan's wheel (includes homework) - Eduqas WJEC GCSE (Theme 2)

Sustainable communities, BedZED and Egan's wheel (includes homework) - Eduqas WJEC GCSE (Theme 2)

This lesson follows on in the sequence of Theme 2 regarding population and urban change. Student consider what a sustainable community is with a mini revision picture task and then look at eco-towns using BedZed as an example with a video link. Keywords are referenced and embedded into the power point before Egan's wheel is introduced in the form of a jigsaw task. Students then have to evaluate their local area using Egan's wheel and make comparisons about the sustainability of the local catchments areas. Homework sheet with wheel attached also.
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AQA A Unit 1 and 2 Geography Learning checklists to audit revision

AQA A Unit 1 and 2 Geography Learning checklists to audit revision

These learning checklists are idea to audit and focus revision planning in lessons and at home. There are comprehensive checklists for Unit 1 (Restless Earth, Living World and Water on the Land) and then Unit 2 (Urban environments, Development Gap and Tourism). Students and teachers can use these to priortise their revision and also highlight any areas missed. See my shop for revision materials to accompany checklists.
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Housing crisis and Garden cities - Rural and urban links, population change - Eduqas & AQA

Housing crisis and Garden cities - Rural and urban links, population change - Eduqas & AQA

This is the following lesson in the sequence after Population and migration in the UK - Causes and impacts which is also available. Students have to attempt another data presentation skill with some extension work of selecting an appropriate scale and justifying the technique as well as completing the technique using the map and data provided (see additional resources attached). Students then make links between the housing crisis and population growth building on from the previous lessons. Students investigate what a garden city is and if it is the answer to the housing crisis. They have to categorize a series of information about garden cities and have to review what the appropriate categories would be. The lesson is then completed with a consolidation task at the end of the lesson or as a homework extension on an examination question.
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Hurricane/Cyclone formation with Monsoon rainfall and examination homework - Eduqas

Hurricane/Cyclone formation with Monsoon rainfall and examination homework - Eduqas

As part of the extreme weather sequence this lesson covers the formation of hurricanes/cyclones and follows on from the work on the ITCZ in the previous lesson. Students complete activities including information extraction and a storyboard. There is a homework on hurricane formation and the following lesson in the sequence will focus in on the case study of Hurricane Katrina.
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Rural and Urban links (Theme 2): Issues in rural areas and rural decline (Eduqas and AQA)

Rural and Urban links (Theme 2): Issues in rural areas and rural decline (Eduqas and AQA)

Students have the opportunity to identify links between rural areas and deprivation in Wales. Students have to use the sources to make links and annotate the maps. Following on there is a flow chart to organise in order to understand what causes rural deprivation and link this onto the issues of health care provision and education. Students then have a writing frame to complete an analysis style question using the opinions and sources. All resources are attached to be printed. This can be completed as 1 or 2 lessons.
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Urban and rural links (Theme 2) Rural sustainability with homework and exam question (Eduqas/AQA)

Urban and rural links (Theme 2) Rural sustainability with homework and exam question (Eduqas/AQA)

Previous lessons to this sequence are available as this is the last lesson for this key question (see bundle to buy as a group) whereby students consider what it means to be a sustainable rural community. They need to work on examination skills of developing points to explain and use evidence on the spider diagram. In addition students then look at a rural area that has attempted to regenerate and become more sustainable and students have to evaluate how successful the area has been in meeting the objectives using the images and clip link that is on the power point. There is an examination question also to be used for homework with some scaffolding put in place that can be added to further or removed according to ability.
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Theme 2 Urban and rural links : Lesson 3 and 4 Commuters and Second homes (Eduqas WJEC)

Theme 2 Urban and rural links : Lesson 3 and 4 Commuters and Second homes (Eduqas WJEC)

This is the next double lesson in the sequence for theme 2 'Rural and Urban links'. There are a variety of activities that are attached including an examination question to consolidate learning. Students look at the reasons for the growth of commuter towns and commuters in general in addition to the impact and management of commuters. The second lesson follows on to look at second homes and the impact of second homes on rural populations.
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