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Drainage Basin - AQA A Level
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Drainage Basin - AQA A Level

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This lesson is based around the new AQA A Level specification. This is a lesson in the unit titled Water and Carbon Cycles. The main aim of this lesson is to cover the following element of the specification: 3.1.1.2 – The water cycle Drainage basins as open systems – inputs and outputs, to include precipitation, evapotranspiration and runoff; stores and flows, to include interception, surface, soil water, groundwater and channel storage; stemflow, infiltration overland flow, and channel flow. Concept of water balance. Any pages referenced are from the Oxford physical textbook. Please note I do not own the rights to any of the images used in this powerpoint.
A Major City - Mumbai's Importance
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A Major City - Mumbai's Importance

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This lesson is the first 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: - The location and importance of the city, regionally, nationally and internationally. - Causes of growth: natural increase and migration NOTE = When it refers to a page number please use the factfile 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.
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?
Water and Carbon Cycles
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Water and Carbon Cycles

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All lessons and resources needed to teach the Water and Carbon Cycle unit. The only element missing is the 2 case studies.
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.
Carbon Budget - AQA A Level
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Carbon Budget - AQA A Level

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This lesson is based around the new AQA A Level specification. This is a lesson in the unit titled Water and Carbon Cycles. The main aim of this lesson is to cover the following element of the specification: 3.1.1.3 – The carbon budget and the impact of the carbon cycle upon land, ocean and atmosphere, including global climate. Any pages referenced are from the Oxford physical textbook. Please note I do not own the rights to any of the images used in this powerpoint.
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.
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.
Coastal Management
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Coastal Management

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This lesson aims to allow students to gain an understanding of the different ways to manage the coast. It looks at a range of soft and hard engineering strategies, and encourages students to think about the advantages and disadvantages of these strategies, before debating which of these would be the best for a particular coast (this lesson uses Southend but this can easily be changed for a different location). By the end of the lesson students will be able to answer the following key questions: - What are the different types of coastal management? - Which coastal management is the best and why?
Sustainable Urban Living
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Sustainable Urban Living

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This lesson is based around the new AQA GCSE Specification. This is a lesson in the unit titled Urban Issues and Challenges. The main aim of this lesson is cover the following element of the specification: Features of sustainable urban living: • water and energy conservation • waste recycling • creating green space.
A Major UK City - Birmingham
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A Major UK City - Birmingham

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This bundle contains all the lessons required to teach 'Urban change in cities in the UK leads to a variety of social, economic and environmental opportunities and challenges'. This is found in the AQA GCSE specification.
Coastal Fieldwork
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Coastal Fieldwork

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This lesson aims to allow students to conduct fieldwork based around the coast. This lesson contains 3 individual lessons: Lesson 1 is a preparation lesson, where students think about what could be investigated at a coastal location, what methods and sampling could be used, in addition to coming up with a hypothesis. This lesson would need to be followed by conducting the fieldwork in a coastal location. Included in this lesson is an activity book that can used at a coastal location with groynes. Lesson 2 is an assessment based lesson which gets students to present their findings, analyse their findings, before drawing conclusions of their findings. Lesson 3 is then the feedback element where students are encouraged to improve their fieldwork skills. NOTE - This lesson is based around Southend but is easily adaptable for any location with a groyne. Also note that MG03 is based around AO4 on the GCSE specification, but this has been reduced to what is expected from a year 8 student.
Atlas Challenge
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Atlas Challenge

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This lesson aims to get students use to using an atlas and being able to identify countries, towns, cities and oceans using the index of an Atlas. In addition to this it teaches students how to write an accurate geographical description. By the end of the lesson students will be able to answer the following key questions: How do we use an atlas to find places? How do we write a geographical description?
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.
What are Extreme Environments
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What are Extreme Environments

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A lesson designed for KS3 Geography. This is lesson 1 from a unit titled Extreme Environments. This lesson will allow students to answer the following key questions: What are the characteristics of Polar and Hot Arid regions? What are the main causes of extreme environments?
Water Cycle Changes - AQA A Level
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Water Cycle Changes - AQA A Level

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This lesson is based around the new AQA A Level specification. This is a lesson in the unit titled Water and Carbon Cycles. The main aim of this lesson is to cover the following element of the specification: 3.1.1.2 – Changes in the water cycle over time to include natural variation including storm events, seasonal changes and human impact including farming practices, land use change and water abstraction. Any pages referenced are from the Oxford physical textbook. Please note I do not own the rights to any of the images used in this powerpoint.
Weather and Climate
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Weather and Climate

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This is a lesson, aimed to get students to think about the difference between weather and climate. In addition to thinking about how weather affects people.
Population Revision (AQA A)
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Population Revision (AQA A)

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This is a revision lesson that was created for my year 11's based on the AQA A spec. It focuses on the following: The demographic transition model, UK ageing Population, Migration - push and pull factors, Poland to UK migration, Population pyramids, Natural increase and decrease, and China's One Child Policy.
OCR A Level Earth Hazards Case Study Summary Sheets
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OCR A Level Earth Hazards Case Study Summary Sheets

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Case study summary sheets for the Earth Hazards unit of the OCR A Level specification. This includes: Aberfan Landslide, Holbeck Hall Landslide, Venezuelan mudslide, Yangtze River flood, Netherlands storm surge, Northridge and Buji Earthquakes, Asian tsunami, Kashmir earthquake, Montserrat Volcanic eruption and Eldfell Volcanic eruption.