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Welcome to my shop. All proceeds from any purchases will be used to support teacher training in a rural school just outside Winterton in South Africa.
OCR A GCSE Geography 9-1: Paper 2 Module 2 (People of the Planet) Full SOW
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OCR A GCSE Geography 9-1: Paper 2 Module 2 (People of the Planet) Full SOW

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8 lessons to fully cover the OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography Paper 2 Module 2 People of the Planet. It includes: What is development and how do we measure it? What are the causes of uneven development? How can aid promote and hinder development? What factors affect Ethiopia’s level of economic development? How is the global pattern of urbanisation changing? What does rapid urbanisation mean for cities? What are the challenges facing a particular city? (Rio de Janeiro) Are the attempts to manage the challenges facing Rio sustainable?
OCR A GCSE Geography 9-1: What are the causes and consequences of extreme weather? (The Big Dry)
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OCR A GCSE Geography 9-1: What are the causes and consequences of extreme weather? (The Big Dry)

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This is a lesson aimed at OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography and specifically at Paper 2- Environmental Threats to Our Planet. This lesson has a focus upon what is a drought as well as the generic causes of drought as well as frequency. The lesson also then goes into the event of the Big Dry in Australia in a full case study. This includes causes, effects and responses and in addition exam questions and supporting resources.
OCR A GCSE Geography 9-1: Paper 1 Module 1 (Landscapes of the UK) Full SOW
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OCR A GCSE Geography 9-1: Paper 1 Module 1 (Landscapes of the UK) Full SOW

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A bundle for OCR A GCSE 9-1 Geography Paper 1 Module 1 Landscapes of the UK. 11 fully resourced and editable lessons to cover the module including: What are the distinctive characteristics of the UK’s physical landscapes? How can we distinguish between rural and urban areas of the UK? How do geomorphic processes shape the land? How does the profile of a river change downstream? What landforms are created along river landscapes? How does a named river change downstream? (The Tees) What factors influence the characteristics of coastlines? What are the landforms caused by erosion? What are the landforms caused by deposition? How is the Holderness Coast currently managed? How do humans impact the Holderness Coast?
OCR A GCSE Geography 9-1: Paper 1 Module 3 (UK Environmental Challenges) Full SOW
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OCR A GCSE Geography 9-1: Paper 1 Module 3 (UK Environmental Challenges) Full SOW

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A fully editable and resourced 9 lesson bundle for UK Environmental Challenges as part of OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography Paper 1. This bundle includes: How do air masses influence the weather in the UK? How do floods affect the UK and how are the managed? (Somerset Levels) How are ecosystems modified by humans for food? How are ecosystems modified by humans for water? How are ecosystems modified by humans for water? (Nuclear) How are ecosystems modified by humans for water? (Fracking/Wind) How has the UK’s supply and demand for energy changed? What strategies can be adopted for sustainable use of energy? (National) What are the factors affecting the UK’s future energy supply?
OCR A GCSE Geography 9-1: Are the attempts to manage the challenges facing Rio sustainable?
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OCR A GCSE Geography 9-1: Are the attempts to manage the challenges facing Rio sustainable?

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This lesson is aimed at OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography or equivalent specification. The lesson is focused upon Paper 2- People of the Planet. This lesson focuses upon the attempts of the Favela Bairro Project in Rio de Janeiro to improve the quality of life in the favelas. It recalls the problems of Rio (housing/traffic/waste) and then introduces the project and students look at what has been done and comment upon its success (+/-). All resources and exam questions are included.
OCR A GCSE Geography 9-1: The Peruvian Amazon Case Study
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OCR A GCSE Geography 9-1: The Peruvian Amazon Case Study

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This lesson is aimed at OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography or equivalent specification. The lesson is focused upon Paper 2- Ecosystems of the Planet. This lesson focuses upon the case study example of the Peruvian Amazon. It includes: Location Value Threats (gas, highways, gold, timber) Management Exam Questions and Mark Schemes
OCR A GCSE Geography 9-1: How do geomorphic processes shape the land?
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OCR A GCSE Geography 9-1: How do geomorphic processes shape the land?

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This lesson is aimed at OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography or equivalent specification. The lesson is focused upon Paper 1- Landscapes of the UK. This lesson focuses upon geomorphic processes and the impact that they have on landscapes of the UK. The processes looked at are: transportation, erosion, mass movement, weathering and deposition. The lesson is fully resourced.
OCR A GCSE Geography 9-1: Paper 1 Module 2 (People of the UK) Full SOW
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OCR A GCSE Geography 9-1: Paper 1 Module 2 (People of the UK) Full SOW

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A bundle of 9 fully resourced and editable lessons as part of OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography Paper 1 Module 2- People of the UK. The bundle includes: How is the UK connected to other places? Is the UK a diverse and unequal society? What are the causes of uneven development? What are the consequences of economic growth in London? What are the causes, effects and responses to an ageing population? How has immigration into the UK affected the country? What are the impacts of urban trends in the UK? What are the challenges facing a UK city? (Leeds) What are the solutions to challenges in a UK city? (Leeds Greenhouse)
OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography Thinking Quit- The Big Dry
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OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography Thinking Quit- The Big Dry

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Here is a thinking quilt for the case study of the Big Dry taught as part of OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography- focusing on causes, effects and responses to the 2002-2009 drought event. This is a revision aid based on allowing pupils to recall the necessary detail and facts to obtain level 4 comprehensive exam question responses.