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I am currently teaching geography and environmental management at an international school following the British curriculum. KS3 geography resources follows the Oxford geog textbooks. KS4 geography resources follows the Edexcel curriculum although there is crossover into the AQA curriculum too. KS4 environmental management follows the Cambridge curriculum although there is also useful resources which can be used for KS4 geography. All lessons have been used by myself and taught in class.

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I am currently teaching geography and environmental management at an international school following the British curriculum. KS3 geography resources follows the Oxford geog textbooks. KS4 geography resources follows the Edexcel curriculum although there is crossover into the AQA curriculum too. KS4 environmental management follows the Cambridge curriculum although there is also useful resources which can be used for KS4 geography. All lessons have been used by myself and taught in class.
KS3 Climate Change
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KS3 Climate Change

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Climate change and global warming topic for KS3. Covers all topics within the Geog 2 text book and fully resourced. These lessons are adapted to be taught in the classroom and online. Lessons are designed to last for 50 minutes, however, depending on the pace of the students it can last longer. These lessons follow the Oxford KS3 curriculum and look at; Earth’s Temperatures Climate Change Evidence Natural Causes Human Causes Impacts UK Impacts Who Suffers? Management Fully-resourced lessons all about what climate change is, how global warming happens and what causes it, the impacts it causes which include social, economic and environmental impacts and how it can be managed. It also encourages discussion as to why some governments are reluctant to make changes. Each lesson includes a starter, lesson objective, plenary and various student led activities. If you liked this resource please check out my other resources at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/SimpleGeography
KS3 Tsunamis
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KS3 Tsunamis

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This lesson is adapted to be taught in the classroom and online. Lessons are designed to last for 50 minutes, however, depending on the pace of the students it can last longer. This lesson follows the Oxford KS3 curriculum and looks at the concept of tsunamis and how they are caused. Students will look at in detail the different impacts and how we can defend against them. Students will be asked to justify their choice of defence against a tsunami. This lesson includes a starter, lesson objective, plenary and various student led activities. If you liked this resource please check out my other resources at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/SimpleGeography
KS3 Volcanoes
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KS3 Volcanoes

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This lesson is adapted to be taught in the classroom and online. Lessons are designed to last for 50 minutes, however, depending on the pace of the students it can last longer. This lesson follows the Oxford KS3 curriculum and looks at the distribution of volcanoes and asks students to describe the various plate boundary movements. It also looks at the characteristics of volcanoes as well as the different types - composite and shield. To end the students will look at the various impacts from volcanoes as well as why humans still live near them! This lesson includes a starter, lesson objective, plenary and various student led activities. If you liked this resource please check out my other resources at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/SimpleGeography
KS3 Weather and Climate
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KS3 Weather and Climate

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These lessons are adapted to be taught in the classroom and online. Lessons are designed to last for 50 minutes, however, depending on the pace of the students it can last longer. These lessons follow the Oxford KS3 curriculum and look at; What is weather? Measuring weather Rainfall Air Pressure Changeable weather Storms Weather to climate Climate factors Worldwide climates UK climate Fully-resourced lessons all about what weather and climate is, differences between those two terms, different types of weather, pressure systems, factors that affect climate and case studies. Each lesson includes a starter, lesson objective, plenary and various student led activities. If you liked this resource please check out my other resources at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/SimpleGeography
Climate Change: UK Impacts
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Climate Change: UK Impacts

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Created alongside the geog 2 oxford book and taught in my own lessons. Created for blended learning so is suitable for both online and in classroom. All resources included and includes a variety of starters, activities, extensions, pleneries and questions. Covers impacts in the UK such as increased forest fires, drought, pests and more. Part of the global warming unit for KS3. Lessons last for 50-60 minutes. If you liked this resource please check out my other resources at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/SimpleGeography
L7.  London
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L7. London

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Following geog 1 oxford edition 3. The UK topic. Suitable for KS3. Fully resourced lesson for 50 minutes to 1 hour.
The Water Cycle KS3
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The Water Cycle KS3

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This lesson is adapted to be taught in the classroom and online. Lessons are designed to last for 50 minutes, however, depending on the pace of the students it can last longer. This lesson follows the Oxford KS3 curriculum and looks at the water cycle and the processes of evaporation, condensation, transpiration, surface runoff, groundwater flow and precipitation. This lesson includes a starter, lesson objective, plenary and various student led activities. If you liked this resource please check out my other resources at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/SimpleGeography
KS3 Plate Boundaries
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KS3 Plate Boundaries

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This lesson is adapted to be taught in the classroom and online. Lessons are designed to last for 50 minutes, however, depending on the pace of the students it can last longer. This lesson follows the Oxford KS3 curriculum and looks at three different plate boundaries - destructive, constructive and conservative. The hazards found at each of them and detailed explanations of what is happening at each boundary. This lesson includes a starter, lesson objective, plenary and various student led activities. If you liked this resource please check out my other resources at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/SimpleGeography
UK Climate
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UK Climate

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This lesson is adapted to be taught in the classroom and online. Lessons are designed to last for 50 minutes, however, depending on the pace of the students it can last longer. This lesson follows the Oxford KS3 curriculum and looks at the climate in the UK and why it can even vary within the UK itself! Students will investigate differences between the North and South as well as the East and the West and why these differences in weather occur. Students will be shown different climate graphs and descriptions This lesson includes a starter, lesson objective, plenary and various student led activities. If you liked this resource please check out my other resources at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/SimpleGeography
Climate Change Evidence
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Climate Change Evidence

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Created alongside the geog 2 oxford book and taught in my own lessons. Created for blended learning so is suitable for both online and in classroom. All resources included and includes a variety of starters, activities, extensions, pleneries and questions. Covers different types of evidence for climate change and how we know it is happening. Gets students to think about whether it is natural or caused by humans. Part of the global warming unit for KS3. Lessons last for 50-60 minutes. If you liked this resource please check out my other resources at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/SimpleGeography
What is Development?
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What is Development?

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This lesson is adapted to be taught in the classroom and online. Lessons are designed to last for 50 minutes, however, depending on the pace of the students it can last longer. This lesson follows the Oxford KS3 curriculum and looks at the definition of development and gets students to critically examine their thoughts on development through looking at ‘developed’ countries. This lesson also introduces key words such as HIC, LIC and NEE as well as why countries vary in development. This lesson includes a starter, lesson objective, plenary and various student led activities. If you liked this resource please check out my other resources at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/SimpleGeography
KS3 Earthquake Management
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KS3 Earthquake Management

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This lesson is adapted to be taught in the classroom and online. Lessons are designed to last for 50 minutes, however, depending on the pace of the students it can last longer. This lesson follows the Oxford KS3 curriculum and looks at how we can prepare, predict and protect against earthquakes. Beforehand, students will explore reasons why humans actually live in earthquake danger zones in the first place. There is also a fun plenary using the stop disasters game which can be played on laptops or phones. This lesson includes a starter, lesson objective, plenary and various student led activities. If you liked this resource please check out my other resources at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/SimpleGeography
KS3 Tropical Rainforests
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KS3 Tropical Rainforests

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Ecosystems topic following Geog 2 3rd edition Oxford. Taught with year 8 however can easily be adapted to suit other year groups. Fully resourced and each lesson is for 50 minutes to 1 hour. Focus on Tropical Rainforests with lessons including an introducion to ecosystems and biomes, rainforest adaptations, climate, deforestation and mangement.
L8. OS Maps and Symbols
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L8. OS Maps and Symbols

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Following geog 1 3rd edition oxford. Mapping connections topic. Suitable for KS3. Fully resourced lessons for 50 minutes to 1 hour.
KS3 The UK
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KS3 The UK

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Following Geog 1 3rd edition Oxford text book. Prepared for year 7 and fully resourced. Lessons will last between 50 - 60 minutes. Lessons include; Intro to UK Physical Features Human Features Climate Development Best of Britain London Sustainable Development
KS3 Earthquake Case Study
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KS3 Earthquake Case Study

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This lesson is adapted to be taught in the classroom and online. Lessons are designed to last for 50 minutes, however, depending on the pace of the students it can last longer. This lesson follows the Oxford KS3 curriculum and look at two different earthquakes - one in a developed country (New Zealand) and one in a developing country (Haiti). Students will then compare the impacts and responses from the two and draw conclusion. This lesson includes a starter, lesson objective, plenary and various student led activities. If you liked this resource please check out my other resources at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/SimpleGeography
Rivers: Erosion Keywords
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Rivers: Erosion Keywords

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Document with key words and their definitions. Cut them out and get kids to match them up. Useful for the mass amount of key words in the rivers topic! Key words include; Erosion, Transportation, Deposition. Hydraulic Action, Abrasion, Attrition, Solution, Mouth, Source, Meander, Confluence, Tributary. If you liked this resource please check out my other resources at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/SimpleGeography
Geography Homework Tasks
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Geography Homework Tasks

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I created this for students to choose a small project for geography to complete. There’s lots of different tasks to choose from so a student can choose to complete something that interests them.
One Child Policy Team Questions
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One Child Policy Team Questions

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This is a group questioning game I created for the one child policy. Students can get into groups of 3/4 and work against other teams. Instructions read; "The group who puts their hands up the fastest will get to play first. You can steal points if the group answers incorrectly and your group can answer correctly. You will be shown a picture or a video and you must make as many notes as possible – you don’t know what the questions are going to be yet! " Questions use blooms taxonomy and are worth more points the more detailed they need to be. Please see my lessons on China which complement this resource or use your own lessons! :)