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Welcome to my shop. My aim is to provide high quality teaching, learning and assessment resources. In the case of GCSE and A Level resources I am adding examination questions to my resources as more become available. Please come in and browse. Feel free to contact me about any of the resources that you buy or if you are looking for something in particular.

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Welcome to my shop. My aim is to provide high quality teaching, learning and assessment resources. In the case of GCSE and A Level resources I am adding examination questions to my resources as more become available. Please come in and browse. Feel free to contact me about any of the resources that you buy or if you are looking for something in particular.
KS3 Geography lockdown Kenya Project- home learning
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KS3 Geography lockdown Kenya Project- home learning

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This resource is designed to last for 11 lessons and be independently completed during lock down. It includes the following topics: location, physical features, human features, climate, employment structure, population, the Masaai and Rider’s for Health (charity case study). It is a single PowerPoint with instructions for the students to follow on each slide. The idea is that over the 11 lessons the PowerPoint will build up into a project that can then be submitted for teacher assessment. The lessons have differentiated tasks to stretch the more able. Each lesson/topic area can be graded using the mark scheme and AtL (attitude to learning) score, which can then be recorded in the student’s diary (these are all located on slides in the PowerPoint). Many of the resources are included at the end of the slide show, although a number of hyperlinks to websites and videos are also included. I have also included a version for pupils without access to the internet or a computer. I have tried to make this: Easy for the students to download - only one PowerPoint file. Easy for the students to follow - clear instructions on each slide Accessible - differentiated Challenging - differentiated Good Geography closely linked to what they would have been studying at school. Assessed - mark scheme for self and teacher assessment Well resourced - a range of media for research included.
KS3 Geography lockdown Global Development Project - home learning
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KS3 Geography lockdown Global Development Project - home learning

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This resource is designed to last for 12 lessons and be independently completed during lock down. It includes the following topics: development indicators and index, employment structure, trade, fair trade, aid, Charity:water case study. It is a single PowerPoint with instructions for the students to follow on each slide. The idea is that over the 12 lessons the PowerPoint will build up into a project that can then be submitted for teacher assessment. The lessons have differentiated tasks to stretch the more able. Each lesson/topic area can be graded using the mark scheme and AtL (attitude to learning) score, which can then be recorded in the student’s diary (these are all located on slides in the PowerPoint). Many of the resources are included at the end of the slide show, although a number of hyperlinks to websites and videos are also included. I designed this lesson for Year 9 but it could be used across KS3. I have also included a version for students who do not have access to the internet. I have tried to make this: Easy for the students to download - only one PowerPoint file. Easy for the students to follow - clear instructions on each slide Accessible - differentiated Challenging - differentiated Good Geography closely linked to what they would have been studying at school. Assessed - mark scheme for self and teacher assessment Well resourced - a range of media for research included.
GCSE 9-1; Climate change - 2019 Australian bush fires,  El Nino drought case study
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GCSE 9-1; Climate change - 2019 Australian bush fires, El Nino drought case study

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This lesson is a case study of the 2019 Australian bush fires. The lesson starts by recapping El Nino and explaining how this causes drought. There is an examination question and mark scheme and a gap fill exercise, which develops into a model answer for this question when complete. Next the students are introduced to the effects of drought in Australia via a YouTube clips and photographs of the 2019 bush fires. The students are given the task of classifying facts about the effects into social and environmental categories before using these and making links between them to construct PEE paragraphs. One paragraph has been completed for them and they are required to write two of their own. After that the students are given a table of adaptations. They have to classify these by scale before selecting the adaptation that they believe to be the most effective and justifying their choice. All resources are included in the PowerPoint.
GCSE 9-1; Ecosystems - introduction to biomes
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GCSE 9-1; Ecosystems - introduction to biomes

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This is the first in a series of lessons about biomes, available as a bundle. The lesson introduces students to the concept of ecosystems that occur at different scales. Students are asked to classify ecosystems of different scales. They are then introduced to abiotic and biotic factors. Biomes are located globally and students are introduced to the different types of biome. Students are then required to used graphical skills to draw and interpret graphs, showing temperature ranges and total rainfall for a range of biomes. The lesson is linked to an examination question and mark scheme and to finish there is a quiz with answers to test what the students have learned. Resources are included at the end of the PowerPoint.
GCSE 9-1; UK Trade
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GCSE 9-1; UK Trade

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This lesson starts by asking students to identify the UKs major imports, exports and trading partners. Next, students are introduced to the terms trade and trade deficit. After that the students are given a cartoon of the changes to farming over time. They are asked to consider how the location of the farmer’s trade has changed, which leads to a definition of globalisation. This is consolidated by asking students to think about items they have bought from other countries recently. Next, the students are asked to produce a map of the UKs top 10 trading partners for imports and exports, using data provided and to describe the data. After that there is a scaffolded explanation task. Students should complete the ideas column in small groups or pairs, hopefully this will spark discussion and sharing of knowledge from ideas box, the teacher can answer further questions as they arise. Next, the students should complete their own explanations using the final 3 columns (one has been scaffolded for the students). The plenary asks the students to consider the impact of Brexit on the UKs trade. All resources are included at the end of the PowerPoint.
A Level; case study of a rainforest - The Amazon
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A Level; case study of a rainforest - The Amazon

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This bundle is a series of lessons designed to teach students about the water and carbon cycles in the rainforest, the natural and human impacts on these cycles and the way in which the impacts can be managed. It is designed to accompany the new A Level syllabi
A Level; volcanoes - Mount Ontake, Japan case study
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A Level; volcanoes - Mount Ontake, Japan case study

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The lesson includes causes, effects, prevention, prediction and responses to the volcano. Firstly, the students are introduced to Mount Ontake and its tectonic setting. there is a gap fill activity for the students to complete, which forms an explanation of how the eruption occurred. Next there are two clips of the eruption occurring to build up a sense of place and an awareness of the size, scale and form of the eruption. Next is a series of photos of the eruption and a classification activity involving case study facts (answers included). This is followed by a series of clips and information about prediction, prevention and solutions. Finally there is a case study quiz to test the students knowledge of the facts. All resources are included at the end of the PowerPoint.
GCSE 9-1; Urban trends - re-urbanisation, Stratford and the London Olympic Park
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GCSE 9-1; Urban trends - re-urbanisation, Stratford and the London Olympic Park

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This lesson is designed to get students to consider the advantages and disadvantages of re-urbanisation, using the Stratford Olympic Park as an example. To start the pupils are given a definition of re-urbanisation. Next, there are a series of photos and videos to develop the students sense of place and understanding of how the park has changed the area. After that the students are given 9 facts about the advantages of re-urbanisation and are asked to classify them as social, economic or environmental (answers included). They then use a diamond 9 to organise them from most important to least important. They then repeat this task for the disadvantages of re-urbanisation. The lesson ends with a quiz which requires the students to classify the facts into either advantages or disadvantages. All resources and answers are included in the PowerPoint.
Fieldwork; coast fieldwork data collection sheets
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Fieldwork; coast fieldwork data collection sheets

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This resource includes a wide of data collection sheets which could be used with KS3 to A Level including beach profile, cost of coastal defences, evaluation of the effectiveness of defences, field sketching, groyne height measurements, wave information. They can easily be adapted to any location you are studying and incorporated into your own fieldwork booklet.
Key Stage 3; sport- Aston villa stadium expansion decision making cover lesson
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Key Stage 3; sport- Aston villa stadium expansion decision making cover lesson

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This lesson is designed as a stand alone lesson that can be set as cover. All resources are included within an answer booklet. There are also a set of answers to give to a cover supervisor and an extension task. The focus is on what are the impacts of the stadium currently, what changes will be made, who is for and against the building of the stadium. It also incorporates many skills including OS map skills, graphical skills and comprehension skills.
GCSE 9-1: Global development - Ethiopia case study
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GCSE 9-1: Global development - Ethiopia case study

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This bundle contains a series of lessons to teach students about economic development in Ethiopia. it includes the following content: employment structure, population, trade, international investment, aid, political development, climate, ecosystems and location. It also contains a range of teaching and learning strategies including DMEs, story telling, graph and map interpretation and written skills.
Corona Virus - source, symptoms, spread, effects, management and treatment
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Corona Virus - source, symptoms, spread, effects, management and treatment

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This lesson allows you to teach all the relevant Corona Virus information. It includes details on the source of the virus and its symptoms. There are maps and infographics to show the spread in China, Europe and across the world. After that there is a diamond six of effects requiring the students to classify and rank order their importance. Next there are details about management and vaccines including some video clips. Finally, there is an opportunity for the students to plan how they would manage Corona Virus within the school. There is a quiz sheet at the end of the PowerPoint for the students to complete throughout the lesson. Updated 11/3/2020
A level: Arctic - Introduction to the Arctic Tundra
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A level: Arctic - Introduction to the Arctic Tundra

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This lesson introduces the students to the environment that they will be studying. Firstly the students are asked to summarise what they already know about the Arctic Tundra. Next they are split into 3 groups, each group has a pack of resources. The packs include information about location, climate and vegetation. A note taking sheet is provided. Students have 8 minutes with each pack in order to take notes. To test their understanding each group is given one topic to give a presentation on. All resources are included at the end of the PowerPoint.
A Level ; statistical skills
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A Level ; statistical skills

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This bundle contains two lessons including resources for the students to develop their statistical skills. The skills included are mean, mode, median, interquartile range and dispersion diagrams. There are worksheets for the students to use as well as answers with calculations. Perfect for skills practice in the lead up to the examinations or for the initial teaching of these skills.
BTEC Level 1 and 2 Staff Handbook - suitable for Pearson / Edexcel Tech Awards and First Awards
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BTEC Level 1 and 2 Staff Handbook - suitable for Pearson / Edexcel Tech Awards and First Awards

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This is a staff handbook I created as current Quality Nominee. It includes information on the BTEC course structure, grade calculators, centre organisation chart, roles and responsibilities and how to set up a new BTEC course, . After that are the centre policies which have been approved via desktop review. These include registration and certification, assessment, internal verification, appeals, assessment malpractice and employer involvement policy.
Key Stage 3; rainforest decision making exercise - Madagascar
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Key Stage 3; rainforest decision making exercise - Madagascar

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This is a lovely decision making exercise. there are 3 plans to develop the rainforest in Madagascar. pupils have to outline each scheme before designing criteria to judge the schemes on. Finally they need to write a paragraph to justify their choice of scheme and rejection of other schemes. There is a writing frame to support this. The plenary asks the pupils to consider and develop a compromise.
A Level; management strategies to protect the global carbon cycle
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A Level; management strategies to protect the global carbon cycle

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In this lesson students are introduced to a range of strategies to manage the carbon cycle. these include afforestation, wetland restoration, improving agricultural practices, the Kyoto protocol and the Paris agreement. Students work in groups with flip chart paper or on computer to design a presentation to teach each other about their management strategy. Information about each strategy can be found on slides at the end of the PowerPoint presentation. the students are reminded of some dos and don’t when giving speeches. There is a note taking sheet for pupils to complete and a 3 step guide on how to complete it. Also included is a gap fill paragraph about carbon trading by REDD+ in the Amazon. Further info on this scheme is included in a lesson as part of the Amazon case study: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/a-level-case-study-of-a-rainforest-impacts-of-management-on-water-and-carbon-cycles-11694328. After that the students are required to evaluate the schemes and decide which 2 schemes would have the biggest impact on the global carbon cycle and why. All resources are included within the PowerPoint