This lesson highlights the realities of where our Nike trainers are produced. The pupils take on the task of being a news reporter and present an article exposing Nike. This lesson promotes persuasive writing, geographical inquiry, decision making skills and analyzing information.
This lesson introduces the differences between shield and composite volcanoes. Case studies are applied to examples around the world. Explanations of how each are formed and at what plate boundary. GCSE exam practice.
An imaginative and creative small SOW perfect for inspiring the wonders of the world. The content includes: Lesson 1- Easter Island Lesson 2 - Bermuda Triangle Lesson 3- The Lost City of Atlantis Lesson 4- Sliding Rocks Mystery
This package includes all content for the Challenge of Natural Hazards Unit: Natural Hazards Structure of the earth Continental Drift and Plate Boundaries Distribution of Earthquakes The effects of Earthquakes The responses of Earthquakes Reducing the risk of earthquakes Living with risk from tectonic hazards Global atmospheric circulation Formation of tropical storms Typhoon Haiyan Reducing the effects of tropical storms Weather Hazards in UK Somerset Floods in UK Evidence for climate change Causes of climate change Managing the impacts of climate change
Lesson 1- Population Introduction Lesson 2- Births and Fertility Lesson 3- Death Rates Lesson 4- Life Expectancy Lesson 5- Population Structure Work booklet for all. Please note there is no scheme of work attached. The idea is to make use of the power points with the work booklet. Some tasks are explained, others would be discussion or using common sense to create your own. A very detailed template to get started. Thanks
An introductory lesson looking into what it means to be a global citizen. Learning outcomes To define global citizenship To explore what it means to be a global citizen To compare national against global citizenship
This is a topic that I have updated recently as a result of significant media attention. The lessons follow a logical structure and offer imaginative and creative ideas to help pupils understand all corners of the topic. Not only do pupils understand the causes and effects, they examine evidence as to whether or not climate change is real or a hoax. The lessons are as follows: Lesson 1- Intro to climate change Lesson 2- Climate Change, real or hoax Lesson 3- The Ice Age Debate Lesson 4- Worst Case Scenario Lesson 5,6- Impacts of Climate Change Lesson 7- Impacts on the UK This content is suitable for year 9 but is taught to a high level and is more than suitable to use for GCSE. Most content is taken from our GCSE lessons
An excellent stand alone to inspire and provoke alternative thinking in your classes. This lesson examines the though of eating insect and the potential benefits that coincide. Watch your pupils squirm and change their ideas on what could be served as lunch.
This is a truly engaging scheme of work which I always teach my year 9 classes close to when they choose their options. The scheme of work incudes excellent tasks which allow pupils to demonstrate progression over the topic. Both pupil and teacher will thoroughly enjoy this scheme of work. The topics covered are: 1. Smart Price Chicken 2. Humans Bite Back- Can eating insects save the planet? 3. Cowspiricy 4. Future of Food 5. Local food vs Global food
These lessons examine the geography of crime beginning at a local level moving to national and international. The lessons build up to the heroin trade in Afghanistan where pupils are required to evaluate the best method in shutting it down.
This collection of resources are not completed lessons. They are detailed notes for the entire topic at A level. Includes plate tectonics, weathering, mass movements and human impacts.
Lesson 1- Trading flows and trading patterns Lesson 2- Trading flows and patterns p2 Lesson 3- Factors that affect global trade- Location Lesson 4- Factors that affect global trade- Resource Endowment Lesson 5- Factors that affect global trade- Colonial Ties Lesson 6- Trade Agreements Lesson 7- World Trade Organisation
An engaging scheme of work suitable for all year groups which investigates super powers in the 21st Century. Tasks are differentiated for higher and lower ability. The pack includes: 1. An introduction to super powers 2. Ukraine Flight MH17 3. Tug of War in the Middle East. Syria 4-5. Oil Power 6-7. Power Without Borders - Terrorism
Bargain. Three schemes of work aimed for KS3 but can easily be adapted for KS4. Each scheme uses imaginative and creative teaching strategies and have assessments built in. Climate Change Global Inequality The Future of food
This lesson examines the effects of tropical storms using the 3Ps
I have uploaded a variety of lessons/schemes of work for both KS3 & KS4. Check out the titles. Bargin.
Lesson 1: Trading Flows and Patterns Lesson 2: Trading Patterns and Flows part 2 Lesson 3: Factors that affect global Trade Lesson 4: Factors that affect global Trade part 2