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An experienced teacher with experience teaching Key Stage 3, 4, and 5 Geography and Key Stage 5 Psychology. Resources provided will allow for easy and comprehensive teaching of topics from all above age ranges and a variety of exam boards including AQA and OCR Geography and OCR and Eduqas Psychology. All resources provided are tried and trusted by myself and in some instances other teachers in departments I have worked in, so you can be sure to rely on them for your own successful teaching.

An experienced teacher with experience teaching Key Stage 3, 4, and 5 Geography and Key Stage 5 Psychology. Resources provided will allow for easy and comprehensive teaching of topics from all above age ranges and a variety of exam boards including AQA and OCR Geography and OCR and Eduqas Psychology. All resources provided are tried and trusted by myself and in some instances other teachers in departments I have worked in, so you can be sure to rely on them for your own successful teaching.
Human Impacts on the Arctic (OCR GCSE)
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Human Impacts on the Arctic (OCR GCSE)

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This pair of resources covers the OCR GCSE requirements for the teaching of human impacts on the Arctic including whaling, over fishing, mining, indigenous people, tourism, and scientific research. Split into two sheets, students should use the information sheets to fill in the gaps on the two gap fill sheets provided to them, however, they must be aware that the information sheets present the information differently to the gap fill sheets.
The Arctic Council and Antarctica Treaty (OCR GCSE)
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The Arctic Council and Antarctica Treaty (OCR GCSE)

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This lesson encompasses the OCR GCSE Geography teaching requirements of both The Arctic Council and Antarctica Treaty. Including an interactive teacher led worksheet on The arctic Council and a carousel type activity on The Antarctica Treaty, this lesson is designed to last 1 hour. Worksheets for individual activities within the lesson are also available at a slightly reduced price.
Antarctica Treaty (OCR GCSE)
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Antarctica Treaty (OCR GCSE)

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This resource covers all requirements for the teaching of The Antarctica Treaty within OCR GCSE Geography including basic principles, member countries and aims and rules, all within an engaging carousel type activity for pupils. This lesson also links to another resource on The Arctic Council, the whole lesson is also available.
AQA GCSE Sustainable Urban Living - BedZED
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AQA GCSE Sustainable Urban Living - BedZED

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This lesson, developed around the requirements of the AQA GCSE Geography specification, focuses on sustainable urban living. Within the 1 hour lesson pupils will be expected to define both sustainability and sustainable urban living before beginning a to focus on a case study example, BedZED in London.
AQA GCSE Urban Greening
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AQA GCSE Urban Greening

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This lesson examines the environmental opportunities found in London, with a particular focus on Urban Greening, as required within the AQA GCSE Geography curriculum. This lesson successfully uses a variety of techniques to allow pupils to gain an understanding of what urban greening is and to understand the vast array of examples of how London is implementing urban greening.
The Arctic Council (OCR GCSE)
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The Arctic Council (OCR GCSE)

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This resource links to the OCR GCSE Geography specification regarding required knowledge around The Arctic Council including member countries and aims. Although standalone in this case, the resource does link with a wider lesson on The Arctic Council and The Antarctic Treaty also available.
Svalbard Sustainable Tourism (OCR GCSE)
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Svalbard Sustainable Tourism (OCR GCSE)

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This pair of resources covers the required content on sustainable tourism in Svalbard, as part of the requirements of the OCR GCSE Geography course. Made up of an A3 worksheet and information sheets students should work in groups to determine how they would solve the different issues facing Svalbard before completing an activity using the information sheets to find out what is actually happening to address the issues in Svalbard.
Height and Relief (map skills)
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Height and Relief (map skills)

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This resource, suitable for Key Stage Three Geography teaching, covers all important aspects of calculating height and relief on maps including contour lines, spot heights and triangulation pillars among a vast array of activities. *For full completion, this lesson also requires the sheet titled ‘contours’ by Phoebe Murfin, available through TES for free.
Introduction to Coasts and Waves
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Introduction to Coasts and Waves

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This lesson provides a helpful introduction to the typical KS3 geography topic of coasts. The lesson begins simply by introducing the coasts topic before later becoming more specific, examining how waves are formed using terms such as the fetch, the tide and swash and backwash.
All About Australia
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All About Australia

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This lesson, originally developed as part of a scheme of work around the 2019/2020 Australian Bushfires focuses on the development of an understanding of Australia as a country. Within this lesson pupils will be expected to describe the location of Australia, the states and territories of Australia, the population, life expectancy and literacy rates and the weather experienced in Australia, subsequently allowing for a complete understanding to be developed. *The full scheme of five lessons and scheme of work on the Australian Bushfires is also available.
Applying the Assumptions (Eduqas A-Level Psychology)
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Applying the Assumptions (Eduqas A-Level Psychology)

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This lesson focusses on applying assumptions in psychology, as required by the Eduqas A-Level Psychology specification. First examining what applications questions are, before moving onto how best to answer the questions, then finally allowing students to attempt answering the questions both in small groups and individually. This lesson contains a PowerPoint and small resource booklet, which could be printed for students or sent to them electronically.
The Response to the 2019/2020 Australian Bushfires
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The Response to the 2019/2020 Australian Bushfires

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This lesson, developed as part of a scheme of work around the 2019/2020 Australian Bushfires is examining the response to the fires on a local, national and global level. Within this lesson pupils are expected to gain an understanding of the differences between local, national, and global responses before creating a news article around the response, on all three levels to the fires. Following this, pupils are then expected to complete ashort decision making exercise in order to determine which response was most effective in aiding the Bushfire recovery. *The full scheme of work encompassing five lessons is also available.
Map Work Revision (Requires Cheltenham 1:50,000 OS extract)
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Map Work Revision (Requires Cheltenham 1:50,000 OS extract)

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This lesson incorporates all aspects of a typical KS3 map skills topic such as four and six figure grid references, height, and distance making for a perfect end of unit revision lesson. This lesson includes all required resources including a starter activity, main revision task, extension activity and a handy answers sheet for the teacher. *for full completion this lesson will require access to the Cheltenham 1:50,000 Ordnance Survey map extract. The main revision activity sheet and extension sheet are also available at a reduced price.
Map Work Revision Activity and Extension
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Map Work Revision Activity and Extension

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This combination of worksheets provides a complete overview of a typical KS3 map skills unit, encompassing work on topics such as four and six figure grid references, calculating height on a map and calculating distance on a map, subsequently providing a perfect end of unit revision resource. *For full completion these resources do require access to the Cheltenham 1:50,000 Ordance Survey map extract. A full lesson including Presentation and Starter Activity is also available.
How to locate six figure grid references
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How to locate six figure grid references

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This lesson provides an interactive and intuitive introduction to six figure grid references, as part of a typical KS3 topic on map skills. Included in this lesson is a full Presentation, Activity Sheet and handy answers sheet for the teacher providing the lesson.
How do Waves Shape the Coastline - Longshore Drift
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How do Waves Shape the Coastline - Longshore Drift

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This lesson, split into multiple activities is set within the popular KS3 Geography topic of Coasts, with a particular focus on the process of Longshore Drift. Within the lesson pupils are expected to gain an understanding of swash and backwash as well as Longshore Drift before learning in more detail some of the landforms which Longshore Drift is responsible for (Spits, Barrier Beaches and Tombolos) and an example of each one.
Evaluating Milgram's (1964) Study of Obedience (OCR A-Level)
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Evaluating Milgram's (1964) Study of Obedience (OCR A-Level)

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This 1 hour lesson focuses on the evaluation of Stanley Milgram’s (1964) Study of Obedience. Within the lesson students will be expected to recall information they already know about Milgram’s study, before evaluating the study using the GRAVE method of evaluating. Following this there is an exam question for students to complete and then peer assess (or be teacher marked) in order to highlight progress.
2019/2020 Australian Bushfires - Complete Scheme of Work
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2019/2020 Australian Bushfires - Complete Scheme of Work

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This resource contains a full scheme of work around the 2019/2020 Australian Bushfires, including all presentations, resources and a detailed scheme of work to keep to, allowing for easy delivery of the content. All lessons in this scheme of work follow the premise of Geographical Enquiry, with a research led focus, allowing for strong pupil engagement throughout. This download contains: Full detailed Scheme of Work. Lesson 1 - All About Australia. Lesson 2 - The Causes of Bushfires. Lesson 3 - Impacts of the Bushfires. Lesson 4 - The Response to the Bushfires. Lesson 5 - A One-Off Event? (And Assessment). *Some separate lessons are also available.
How to Write a 12 Mark Answer in Psychology - The Multi-Store Model
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How to Write a 12 Mark Answer in Psychology - The Multi-Store Model

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This lesson examines how to write a 12-mark answer in Psychology, with a focus on Atkinson and Shiffrin’s Multi-Store Model of Memory to provide a framework for the lesson. The lesson is filled with helpful tips for writing a 12 mark answer and also allows for students to complete a description and evaluation of the Multi-Store Model.
The Impacts of the 2019/2020 Australian Bushfires
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The Impacts of the 2019/2020 Australian Bushfires

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This lesson, originally developed as part of a scheme of work around the 2019/2020 Australian Bushfires focuses on the impacts of the fires. Within the lesson pupils are expected to recall information relating to the causes of wildfires, before then embarking on a Geographical Enquiry (research led) activity to determine the most severe impacts of the fires. Following this, pupils will then further be expected to complete a decision making exercise whereby they should determine the most and least significant impact of the 2019/2020 Australian Bushfires. *The full scheme of work consisting of five lessons is also available.