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Welcome to my shop. My aim is to provide high quality teaching, learning and assessment resources. I keep my resources updated each time I teach them to ensure they are current. 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. I keep my resources updated each time I teach them to ensure they are current. 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.
Ultimate Christmas end of term quiz 2018
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Ultimate Christmas end of term quiz 2018

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This multi topic quiz includes the following rounds: Music - answers questions about Christmas song and audio clips Sport - questions about sport in 2018 Food - match the calories to the Christmas food Arts - identify films and shows from images Science - identify elements from the periodic table Geography - recognise landmarks from above Languages - match up Merry Christmas to the languages it is written in Maths - questions relating to a variety of mathematical skills History - identify important historical figures from photos General Knowledge - general Christmas knowledge questions The quiz is designed to be undertaken in teams of 3-4 people. At the end of each round answers are included. SImply select a variety of rounds for your lesson. Good Luck!
A Level; Arctic - water and carbon cycle
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A Level; Arctic - water and carbon cycle

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This bundle contains a series of whole lessons and resources designed for the new A2 Level course. It looks at the Tundra environment before considering the impacts on the water and carbon cycles. Next it considers the impact of gas and oil production and exploration on the water and carbon cycle. Finally, there are strategies to reduce these impacts.
A level; Coast - revision carousel
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A level; Coast - revision carousel

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This is a carousel activity consisting of 7 activities that can be put together in a booklet and answer sheets for each activity. At each of the 7 stations place a question sheet and the answer sheet for the previous station. Pupils should spend 5 minutes at each station then go on to the next station and mark and grade their work. Repeat for next 6 stations. this tasks gets pupils to identify precisely gaps in their knowledge and puts the onus on the students during revision, rather than the teacher.
Geography A Level revision bundle
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Geography A Level revision bundle

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This bundle contains a variety of resources including revision booklets carousels and card sorts to revise carbon and water cycles/earth’s life support systems, tectonics/hazardous earth and coastal landscapes. All resources are editable so you can alter them to fit your own case studies.
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.
GCSE 9-1; coast -coastal landscape case study - Swanage Dorset
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GCSE 9-1; coast -coastal landscape case study - Swanage Dorset

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In this lesson pupils will learn about the geology of the Swanage area of Dorset. The lesson incorporates maps, photos and diagrams to help the pupils to develop their understanding. They record their information on a worksheet about the coastal landscape. there are also photos and factual information about coastal management (human activity) in Swanage. Pupils should use their knowledge of coastal landforms to complete the rest of the coastal landscapes work sheet. There are a range of examination questions based on the sample assessment materials to show the pupils how they could be asked about the landscape. There is also a mark scheme and a quiz with answers.
A Level; earthquake hazards
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A Level; earthquake hazards

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This lesson includes details about all earthquake hazards including ground shaking, soil liquefaction, tsunamis, landslides, avalanches and flooding. the PowerPoint incorporates images, flow charts and video clips to help the students to develop their understanding.
Key Stage 3; rainforest plant adaptations
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Key Stage 3; rainforest plant adaptations

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This lesson introduces animals that have adapted to their environment and then asks the students to apply the adaptation strategy to plants in the rainforest. they are given fact cards on epiphytes, trunks and bark, roots and leaves to take notes on. Finally there is a rainforest plant card sort which matches adaptations, with explanations and photos of plant features, to test the students understanding.
A Level; Geog Statistics - Mann Whitney, T test, Chi squared, Spearman's Rank, Interquartile Range
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A Level; Geog Statistics - Mann Whitney, T test, Chi squared, Spearman's Rank, Interquartile Range

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This contains resources to help students to prepare for statistical questions in their examinations. There are information/revision sheets for each type of statistical test (Mann Whitney, T test, Chi squared and Spearman’s Rank). These include a definition, worked example and significance analysis. In addition there are formulas for mean, mode, median, range, upper quartile, lower quartile and interquartile range.There is also a worked example for upper quartile and standard deviation. Next, there is a card sort with definitions and examples. After that there are a number of opportunities to calculate upper quartile, lower quartile, inter quartile range, mean, mode, median and standard deviation, with answer slides included. At the end of the PowerPoint are the Student resources.
A Level; coasts revision lesson - processes
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A Level; coasts revision lesson - processes

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This lesson aims to revise the key geomorphic preocesses. Answer slides are included within the PowerPoint and all resources are at the end of the PowerPoint. Processes revised include marine/erosion, sub-aerial/weathering, mass movement, waves, wave refraction, sediment cells and LSD. resources included are definition revision cards, landform revision homework sheets. wave characteristic classification and mass movement interpretation.
GCSE 9-1; Climate change - The Big Dry, Australia El Nino drought case study
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GCSE 9-1; Climate change - The Big Dry, Australia El Nino drought case study

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This lesson is a case study of the Big Dry, Australia. 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 clip and photographs of the effects. The students are given the task of classifying facts about the effects into social and economic categories before using these and making links between them to construct PEE paragraphs. One paragraph ahs 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; Global development - Aid
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GCSE 9-1; Global development - Aid

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This lesson is designed to teach the students about the different types of aid and to identify the advantages and disadvantages of different types of aid. To start the students are asked to consider where aid is needed at the moment and what type of aid they have given recently. Next there is a video clip introducing the different types of aid. After that they are given definitions of the main types of aid including multi-lateral aid, bilateral aid and voluntary aid. They are then asked to classify the advantages and disadvantages of this aid. Next, there is a recall quiz to test the students understanding of these terms. After that the class is split into groups of four. Each group is given a disaster card, aid costs sheet and aid package sheet. The students are asked to identify which aid is needed in the immediate, short and long term. They are then asked to refine their ideas to fit a budget of 700 units. You can also dish out chance cards to groups, which may benefit or disadvantage their aid package. Some groups can share their aid package plans with the class. The plenary is a cartoon interpretation activity. All resources are included at the end of 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 Geography cover lesson bundle
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Key Stage 3 Geography cover lesson bundle

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This bundle contains 3 cover lessons each has brief lesson plans that can be adapted to your school’s lesson pro forma. They have a booklet of for the pupils to work through combining skills including, graphical, map, photo interpretation and analysis. They also have answers sheets to give to your cover supervisors/teachers. They could easily be used with a GCSE class but were primarily designed with KS3 in mind. Ideal cover to be set for upcoming summer fieldtrips.
A Level; The water cycle, stores, flows, inputs and outputs
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A Level; The water cycle, stores, flows, inputs and outputs

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This lesson was designed for the new A2 syllabus. It asks students to recall the water cycle from GCSE and add more sophisticated terms required at A level. It includes a glossary with answers and diagrams of the water cycle. The pupils are then required to classify parts of the cycle into inputs, outputs, processes and flows (answers included). They can follow up this with a classification card sort activity, with answers. All resources / hand-outs are included within the lesson PowerPoint.