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I've been teaching for just over 10 years now (you wouldn't believe how quickly that time as gone) and am a Head of Department at an outstanding school in the south of London. I have consistently high examination results and want to share my resources with experienced teachers and those who are new to the profession. Planning lessons and creating resources takes a huge amount of time so why not use the experience of other teachers out there?

I've been teaching for just over 10 years now (you wouldn't believe how quickly that time as gone) and am a Head of Department at an outstanding school in the south of London. I have consistently high examination results and want to share my resources with experienced teachers and those who are new to the profession. Planning lessons and creating resources takes a huge amount of time so why not use the experience of other teachers out there?
Unfamiliar fieldwork Edexcel B Geography revision for Urban section 2022
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Unfamiliar fieldwork Edexcel B Geography revision for Urban section 2022

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A full and concise ppt which includes tasks and information on all of the required elements of the 2022 exams. The following information / tasks are included Themes of the urban topic Outline of the content in paper 2 with updated exam timings and marks available Recap of meaning and measures of ‘quality of life’ Question structure information The enquiry process How to form and enquiry question Types of data; primary, secondary, qualitative and quantitative etc. General examples of fieldwork methods including pros and cons. Specific urban fieldwork methods recap; Environmental Quality Survey, Person profiling, Land use mapping and interviews Sampling methods Sample questions with annotation of sources and rewording Markscheme (not provided by exam board in sample material so written by me in line with Edexcel themes) Data presentation methods Mean, Media, Mode, Range, inter-quartile range etc Please review the ppt. A lot of time went into putting this together - will be making one for coasts and for the physical topics over the next few days. Check out bundle rates for discounts.
Unfamiliar fieldwork Edexcel B for all human and physical options
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Unfamiliar fieldwork Edexcel B for all human and physical options

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A full and concise series of ppts which include tasks and information on all of the required elements of the 2022 exams. The following information / tasks are included Themes of the urban, rural, coasts and rivers topic Outline of the content in paper 2 with updated exam timings and marks available Recap of meaning and measures of ‘quality of life’, ‘rural deprivation’ , rivers / coastal management’ and ‘coastal / river processes’ Question structure information The enquiry process How to form and enquiry question Types of data; primary, secondary, qualitative and quantitative etc. General examples of fieldwork methods including pros and cons. Specific urban, rural, coasts and rivers fieldwork methods recap; beach profiles, groyne measurements, sediment samples, measuring velocity, wave counts, river depths, Environmental Quality Survey, Person profiling, Land use mapping and interviews for example! Sampling methods Sample questions with annotation of sources and rewording Markscheme (not provided by exam board in sample material so written by me in line with Edexcel themes) Data presentation methods Mean, Media, Mode, Range, inter-quartile range etc Please review the ppt. A lot of time went into putting this together - will be making one for coasts and for the physical topics over the next few days. Check out bundle rates for discounts.
A level Geography physical, coastal fieldwork data collection pack. Independent Investigation (NEA)
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A level Geography physical, coastal fieldwork data collection pack. Independent Investigation (NEA)

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A varied resource containing instructions and data sheets which are suitable for A Level physical geography. We visited Camber Sands and Hastings in order to conduct this piece of work but it would be easy to adapt to your chosen coastal area. Intro to the Independent Investigation (NEA) and the requirements of the write up included along with the following: -Examples of poor and strong title / hypothesis or questions -Examples of data presentation techniques -Examples of focus themes for both human and physical -Beach transect guide and data sheets -Groyne measurements guide and data sheets -Sediment analysis guide and data sheets -Long shore drift and direction of long shore drift guides and data sheets -Wave count / type guide and data sheet -Field sketches and site description guide and data sheet -Sand dune succession transect guide and data sheet -Methods of sampling Secondary sources of information related to Camber and Hastings -Alternative fieldwork technique ideas -Detailed and filtered links to the specification (a requirement of the exam board -Edexcel) for ‘Coastal Landscapes and Change’ and ‘Regeneration’ Edexcel Independent investigation form to be completed
Stop the clock - Russia vs. Ukraine, NATO causes and impacts
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Stop the clock - Russia vs. Ukraine, NATO causes and impacts

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Stop the clock using a variety of activities to consolidate our topic of Russia, would also be relevant to an introduction to global groupings or superpowers Activities include sources; Development data. Map descriptors. Reading and comprehension Ranking and justification task An excellent lesson for which I have received very positive feedback from my school.
Unfamiliar fieldwork Edexcel B Geography revision for coasts section 2022
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Unfamiliar fieldwork Edexcel B Geography revision for coasts section 2022

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A full and concise ppt which includes tasks and information on all of the required elements of the 2022 exams. The following information / tasks are included Themes of the coasts topic Outline of the content in paper 2 with updated exam timings and marks available Recap of coastal processes and coastal management Question structure information The enquiry process How to form and enquiry question types of data; primary, secondary, qualitative and quantitative etc. General examples of fieldwork methods including pros and cons. Specific coasts fieldwork methods recap; velocity, sediment, gradient and width and depth Sampling methods Sample questions with annotation of sources and rewording Markscheme (not provided by exam board in sample material so written by me in line with Edexcel themes) Data presentation methods Mean, Media, Mode, Range, inter-quartile range etc Please review the ppt. A lot of time went into putting this together - will be making one for coasts and for the human topics over the next few days. Check out bundle rates for discounts.
Unfamiliar fieldwork Edexcel B revision for rivers section 2022
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Unfamiliar fieldwork Edexcel B revision for rivers section 2022

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A full and concise ppt which includes tasks and information on all of the required elements of the 2022 exams. The following information / tasks are included Themes of the rivers topic Outline of the content in paper 2 with updated exam timings and marks available Recap of river processes, river characteristics and river management Question structure information The enquiry process How to form and enquiry question types of data; primary, secondary, qualitative and quantitative etc. General examples of fieldwork methods including pros and cons. Specific rivers fieldwork methods recap; velocity, sediment, gradient and width and depth Sampling methods Sample questions with annotation of sources and rewording Markscheme (not provided by exam board in sample material so written by me in line with Edexcel themes) Data presentation methods Mean, Media, Mode, Range, inter-quartile range etc Please review the ppt. A lot of time went into putting this together - will be making one for coasts and for the human topics over the next few days. Check out bundle rates for discounts.
Edexcel B Geography Paper 1 revision Hazards, development and urban world
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Edexcel B Geography Paper 1 revision Hazards, development and urban world

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Designed to last 3 hours Revision materials for common questions and themes that are found in the G.C.S.E papers which feature questions from all three questions in paper 1. Hazardous Earth Development Dynamics Challenges of an Urban World All supporting material can be found with the resource to make your revision sessions more hands on for pupils and therefore more engaging. Please review the resource - it takes a long time to put together
Edexcel B Unfamiliar fieldwork and using GIS, Flood Risk and geology maps 2022 - rivers focus
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Edexcel B Unfamiliar fieldwork and using GIS, Flood Risk and geology maps 2022 - rivers focus

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A full and concise ppt. which includes tasks and information on all of the required elements of the 2022 exams. The following information / tasks are included specification requirements of geology, flood risk maps and G.I.S What to expect in the 2022 exams Question formation and expected mark associations What is a geology map British Geological Survey - features of the site Pros and cons of the site Planning an investigation using geology maps What is google earth (G.I.S.) Google earth - features of the site What is the Environmental Survey Flood Risk mapping Environmental Survey Flood Risk - features of the site Pros and cons of the site sample questions associated with geology, flood risk maps and G.I.S. Mark schemes to go with all questions Please review the ppt. A lot of time went into putting this together - will be making one for coasts and for the human topics over the next few days. Check out bundle rates for discounts.
Stop the clock - Afghanistan mass migration, war and current issues
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Stop the clock - Afghanistan mass migration, war and current issues

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Stop the clock using a variety of activities to consolidate out topic of migration and population. activities include sources; population pyramids and development data. Map descriptors. Time line task showing the events from 1970 and reading and memory task. An excellent lesson for which I have received very positive feedback from my school.