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A range of well presented Geography lessons for KS3, KS4 and KS5. Includes lessons for the new Edexcel GCSE and A-Level specifications.

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A range of well presented Geography lessons for KS3, KS4 and KS5. Includes lessons for the new Edexcel GCSE and A-Level specifications.
Edexcel A-Level (2016) - The Carbon Cycle and Energy Security
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Edexcel A-Level (2016) - The Carbon Cycle and Energy Security

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Lessons for The Carbon Cycle and Energy Security covering all 3 enquiry questions. Most lessons use the Oxford textbook with the snake on the front. **LESSON 7 ON PLAYERS IS MISSING** Hope it helps! For more resources, visit: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TheGeographyShop
Edexcel A-Level (2016) - Coastal Landscapes & Change (all lessons)
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Edexcel A-Level (2016) - Coastal Landscapes & Change (all lessons)

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Lessons covering enquiry questions 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the Coastal Landscapes and Change topic. Lessons use both the Edexcel A Level Geography: Book 1 and the Geography for Edexcel book by Bob Digby. Lessons can be adapted if you have different books or only one. Hope it helps! For more resources, visit: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TheGeographyShop
Edexcel Geography A-Level (2016) - Exam Practice - Synoptic Prep
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Edexcel Geography A-Level (2016) - Exam Practice - Synoptic Prep

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This lesson can be used as revision or in the lead up to exams to help students prepare for the synoptic element of the exam. I have approached this in a similar way to the DME in the old Edexcel GCSE spec. Gets students thinking about the links between the two topics (for physical I’ve looked at the links between Hazards and Coasts) and then goes on to work through the practice question on the Sample Assessment Materials. PowerPoint is good support for the students. Hope it helps! For more resources, visit: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TheGeographyShop
Edexcel A-Level 2016 - Hazards - Lesson 11 - What is a multiple hazard zone?
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Edexcel A-Level 2016 - Hazards - Lesson 11 - What is a multiple hazard zone?

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Lesson looking at multiple hazard zones (disaster hotspots). Focus is on the Philippines; students are introduced to the concept of a MHZ. There is then a short quiz to see what they know about the Philippines already. Main activity involves students mapping all of the hazards onto a map of the Philippines (I have found previously that this is a good visual activity and excellent for revision purposes) using information on the slides and using textbooks. If you have time there is a video about how the Philippines are managing their risk. HW of extra reading included. Could potentially set students California or Japan to research in addition to Philippines case study. For more new A-Level lessons visit: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/LoesWhite
Edexcel A-Level (2016) - Globalisation - EQ3
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Edexcel A-Level (2016) - Globalisation - EQ3

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Lessons for Enquiry Question 3 for the Globalisation topic. Uses both Oxford and Hodder textbooks, but sections could be adapted easily if you are using other textbooks. Hope it helps! For more resources, visit: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TheGeographyShop
Edexcel A-Level (2016) - Globalisation - L14 - Impacts of Cultural Diffusion
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Edexcel A-Level (2016) - Globalisation - L14 - Impacts of Cultural Diffusion

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Students look at positive impacts of globalisation such as Paralympic movement and gay rights. Then they look at how people have resisted global culture using the Hodder and Oxford textbooks. They then look at the Papua New Guinea example. Finally they look at an example 12 mark question and mark it/annotate it to show where the answer hits assessment objectives. Hope it helps! For more resources, visit: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TheGeographyShop
Edexcel A-Level (2016) - Globalisation - L6 - TNCs
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Edexcel A-Level (2016) - Globalisation - L6 - TNCs

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Lesson 6 for globalisation - starts with looking at logos for the biggest companies and seeing which ones are known/unknown. Then can discuss the rise of Chinese TNCs that we are not overly familar with e.g. Sinopec. Discusses key terms and global production networks with the example of Rana Plaza to demonstrate the drawbacks. Students then use the Oxford book to make a mind map. Then discusses glocalisation and students look at the case study of Disney and complete a template, fact file or poster Hope it helps! For more resources, visit: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TheGeographyShop
Edexcel A-Level 2016 - Hazards - Lesson 10 - What are the trends in global hazards?
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Edexcel A-Level 2016 - Hazards - Lesson 10 - What are the trends in global hazards?

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Lesson looking at disaster trends since 1960, discussing tectonic hazards in comparison to hydrometerological, climatalogical etc. Graph work to get students thinking about interpreteing sources. Discusses limitations and issues with disaster data and looks at anomalies in the trends (mega-disasters and the negative externalities they cause). For more new A-Level lessons visit: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/LoesWhite
Edexcel A-Level (2016) - Superpowers - Lesson 1 - What is a superpower?
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Edexcel A-Level (2016) - Superpowers - Lesson 1 - What is a superpower?

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Lesson 1 for the Superpowers topic. Starts with looking at definitions of what a superpower is and the different factors that create a superpower (economic, political etc). Then goes on to focus on skills analysis of creating a power index (I have used the Hodder A Level Book 2 for this but you won't need it for the lesson). Next the lesson looks at different ways countries exert power (hard vs. soft) and finishes with Mackinder's Heartland Theory. Homework is based on the Heartland Theory but you could adapt; I was considering something to do with key terms. Hope it helps! For more resources, visit: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TheGeographyShop
Edexcel A-Level (2016) - The Water Cycle and Water Insecurity
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Edexcel A-Level (2016) - The Water Cycle and Water Insecurity

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Lessons for The Water Cycle topic for the new Edexcel Geography A-Level. Uses various textbooks but mainly the Oxford book with the chameleon on the front. I have all three textbooks and I think most activities could be adapted between books. Hope it helps! For more resources, visit: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TheGeographyShop
Edexcel A-Level (2016) - Coastal Landscapes and Change - Lesson 1 - The Littoral Zone
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Edexcel A-Level (2016) - Coastal Landscapes and Change - Lesson 1 - The Littoral Zone

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First lesson for the topic of Coastal Landscapes and Change. Have talked over the littoral zone here then gone on to look at inputs, outputs and processes that affect the coastal systems - students complete a card sort for this to get them talking/thinking about how coasts work. Then goes onto the role of sediment and how this can affect the littoral zone (building up/depleting beaches etc). Finally talk about how we classify coasts and the issues with this. Hope it helps! For more resources, visit: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/LoesWhite
Geography Jobs and Careers Display
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Geography Jobs and Careers Display

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Display for a geography classroom showing students what jobs they could do if they chose geography at university. Good if you teach A-Level students or to go alongside a university choices board.
Edexcel A-Level 2016 - Hazards - Lesson 7 - How can we compare hazards with tectonic profiles?
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Edexcel A-Level 2016 - Hazards - Lesson 7 - How can we compare hazards with tectonic profiles?

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Lesson 7 for Hazards looking at how we can compare hazards using hazard profiles. Goes on to evaluate the costs and benefits of using them and how they can inform and shape policy and disaster preparation. Has a practice 12 mark question from the sample assessment materials (done here as a plan for the plenary, essay as a homework and peer marking as a starter in Lesson 8). Mark scheme included. For more new A-Level lessons visit: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/LoesWhite