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Tropical Rainforests Characteristics
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Tropical Rainforests Characteristics

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This lesson is based around the new AQA GCSE specification. This is a lesson in the unit titled Living World. The main aim of this lesson is to cover the following element of the specification: - The physical characteristics of a tropical rainforest. - The interdependence of climate, water, soils, plants, animals and people. - How plants and animals adapt to the physical conditions. - Issues related to biodiversity. NOTE - When it refers to page numbers please refer to the fact file provided.
UK Physical Geography
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UK Physical Geography

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This lesson aims to get students use to the location of the different mountain regions and the main Rivers located across the UK. This is used mostly for year 7's but can also be adapted to use with the new AQA GCSE Physical Landscapes Topic.
A Major City - Mumbai's Challenges
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A Major City - Mumbai's Challenges

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This lesson is the third part of the major city you must cover in the new AQA GCSE specification. This lesson aims to cover the following element from the specification: - how urban growth has created challenges: • managing urban growth – slums, squatter settlements • providing clean water, sanitation systems and energy • providing access to services – health and education • reducing unemployment and crime • managing environmental issues – waste disposal, air and water pollution, traffic congestion.
Contemporary Urban Environments - AQA A Level
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Contemporary Urban Environments - AQA A Level

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This resources contains all lessons for the AQA A Level unit of Contemporary Urban Environments. All resources are provided except for a geofile on air pollution in Beijing. Pages referenced are for the Human Geography Book created by Oxford University Press.
Global Ecosystems
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Global Ecosystems

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This lesson is based around the new AQA GCSE specification. This is a lesson in the unit titled Living World. The main aim of this lesson is to cover the following element of the specification: - An overview of the distribution and characteristics of large scale natural global ecosystems. NOTE - When it refers to page numbers please refer to the information provided.
How we use the coast
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How we use the coast

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This lesson aims to allow students to gain an understanding of the different ways we can use the coasts, in addition to the different conflicts that this can cause. By the end of the lesson students will be able to answer the following questions: - Who uses coastal areas? - Why might conflict occur along the coast line?
Weathering and Mass Movement
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Weathering and Mass Movement

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This lesson aims to allow students to gain an understanding about how the processes of weathering and mass movement affect the coastline. By the end of the lesson students will be able to answer the following key questions: - What is weathering and mass movement? - Why does the process of weathering and mass movement occur? - What does weathering and mass movement look like?
UK Human Geography
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UK Human Geography

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This lesson aims to get students to think and learn about the location of key cities/towns across the UK. In addition to this it also ensures students have a clear understanding of the differences between: Great Britain, The United Kingdom and The British Isles.
Sustainable Rainforest Management
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Sustainable Rainforest Management

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This lesson is based around the new AQA GCSE specification. This is a lesson in the unit titled Living World. The main aim of this lesson is to cover the following element of the specification: - Value of tropical rainforests to people and the environment. - Strategies used to manage the rainforest sustainably – selective logging and replanting, conservation and education, ecotourism and international agreements about the use of tropical hardwoods, debt reduction. NOTE - When it refers to page numbers please refer to the information provided.
Managing Desertification
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Managing Desertification

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This lesson is based around the new AQA GCSE specification. This is a lesson in the unit titled Living World. The main aim of this lesson is to cover the following element of the specification: - Strategies used to reduce the risk of desertification – water and soil management, tree planting and use of appropriate technology. NOTE - When it refers to page numbers please refer to the information provided.
River Management
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River Management

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This lesson is based around the new AQA GCSE specification. This is a lesson in the unit titled River landscapes in the UK. The main aim of this lesson is to cover the following element of the specification: - The costs and benefits of the following management strategies: * Hard engineering - dams and reservoirs, straightening, embankments, flood relief channels * Soft engineering - flood warnings and preparation, flood plain zoning, planting trees and river restoration.
Causes of Desertification
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Causes of Desertification

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This lesson is based around the new AQA GCSE specification. This is a lesson in the unit titled Living World. The main aim of this lesson is to cover the following element of the specification: - Causes of desertification – climate change, population growth, removal of fuel wood, overgrazing, over-cultivation and soil erosion. NOTE - When it refers to page numbers please refer to the information provided.
Boscastle Floods - Flood Management scheme
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Boscastle Floods - Flood Management scheme

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This lesson is based around the new AQA GCSE specification. This is a lesson in the unit titled River landscapes in the UK. The main aim of this lesson is to cover the following element of the specification: - An example of a flood management scheme in the UK to show: * Why the scheme was required * The management strategy * The social, economic and environmental issues. NOTE - When it refers to page numbers please refer to the fact file provided.
Where in the World (Continents and Oceans)
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Where in the World (Continents and Oceans)

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This lesson aims to get students to gain a better understanding of the continents and oceans and their location in the world. In addition to this it gets student to think about the way in which a 2D map is created and therefore the representation of continents/countries on a map. By the end of the lesson students will be able to answer the following key questions: What is the difference between countries, continents and oceans? Where are the continents and oceans located? What are the different map projections and why are they used?
Sustainable Management of Extreme Environments
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Sustainable Management of Extreme Environments

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A lesson designed for KS3 Geography. This is lesson 8 from a unit titled Extreme Environments. This lesson will allow students to answer the following key questions: • What are the sustainable management strategies to protect extreme environments? • How effective are they?
The Great Barrier Reef
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The Great Barrier Reef

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This is a lesson that explores the Great Barrier Reef, it aims to explore why the reef is considered one of the natural wonders of the world. In addition to this it explores the causes of the problems currently faced by the coral reef system.
Holderness Coast
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Holderness Coast

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This lesson aims to allow students to gain an understanding of what is happening at the Holderness Coastline. It looks at the erosion taking place and the impact this is having on the local area. This is then followed by looking at the management strategies that Holderness has implement and the impact this has caused. By the end of the lesson students will be able to answer the following key questions: - What is happening at the Holderness Coastline? - How is this causing problems for the villages? - How are they protecting the Holderness coast?
Hot Desert Characteristics
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Hot Desert Characteristics

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This lesson is based around the new AQA GCSE specification. This is a lesson in the unit titled Living World. The main aim of this lesson is to cover the following element of the specification: - The physical characteristics of a hot desert. - The interdependence of climate, water, soils, plants, animals and people. - How plants and animals adapt to the physical conditions. - Issues related to biodiversity NOTE - When it refers to page numbers please refer to the information provided.