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I'm a Geography teacher with experience educating at various levels, ranging from mainstream schools, SEN and extra-curricular tuition. I also have experience in teaching humanities, English and PSHE topics. My resources are designed primarily as schemes of works for mainly Geographical topics with all levels considered

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I'm a Geography teacher with experience educating at various levels, ranging from mainstream schools, SEN and extra-curricular tuition. I also have experience in teaching humanities, English and PSHE topics. My resources are designed primarily as schemes of works for mainly Geographical topics with all levels considered
Using Quadrats
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Using Quadrats

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These worksheets help students to understand how to use quadrats within their work and coursework with simple clear instructions and examples
Where Are Our National Parks?
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Where Are Our National Parks?

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There are fifteen National Parks within Britain, each protected countryside in which everyone can visit, live and work. These worksheets look at their location, distribution and location in relation to other landmarks. Who owns the land within the National Parks is discussed, with also the opportunity to develop their graph skills.
The Three Gorges Dam, China
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The Three Gorges Dam, China

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The Three Gorges is a narrow, steep sided part of the Yangtze River, at five thousand kilometres one of the world’s longest rivers. The valley is home to over four hundred million people and provides over sixty per cent of Chinas rice crop. In 1992 the Chinese government agreed to building the Three Gorges Dam. At an estimated cost of between £17 - £21 Billion and more than two kilometres long and one hundred and fifty meters high it will be the biggest dam in the world at completion in 2009. These worksheets look at the positive and negatives of building the dam, the consiquences and leads to the opposrtunity of a class debate as to whether the Chinese government were right to build the dam.
Christmas Trees - The Real Or Fake Debate (KS 3 & 4)
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Christmas Trees - The Real Or Fake Debate (KS 3 & 4)

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This nine page booklet is designed to help students distinguish between fact and opinion and to be able to offer positive and negative arguments related to real and artificial Christmas trees. Students will begin to judge whether each is environmentally, economically and socially immoral.
Environments And Ecosystems
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Environments And Ecosystems

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This booklet looks primarily at the rainforest and covers how plants adapt to their environments, food webs, the water cycle, how humans us the rainforest and how it can be sustainable. Tasks include wordsearchs, word fills, match ups, comprehension and writing a report
Russia's Climate
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Russia's Climate

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Due to Russia’s vast size and compact shape its climate spans many environments, European Russia and Asian Russia have continental climates; apart from the extreme southeast and the northern tundra. These worksheets look at four locations within Russia and learn how to draw climate graphs and how to read them
The Awa Tribe
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The Awa Tribe

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The most endangered tribe in the world live deep in the Amazon rainforest, they are an ancient group of around 400 who carry everything they own; their children, their weapons and their pets. These people are so close to being wiped out forever that they are kept safe, away from the modern world. As a result, very few people have ever met the Awá. These worksheets have the students gather information from a video and use it to explain the plight and rescue of the Awa Tribe.
Reincarnation
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Reincarnation

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This worksheet encourages students to discuss what reincarnation is and what they believe happens to us after we die. This can lead to a very interesting discussion within the classroom as different views are aired and contrasted.
Fieldwork Techniques (KS 3 &4)
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Fieldwork Techniques (KS 3 &4)

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This 16 page booklet allows students to learn how to carry out different Geographical fieldwork techniques before using them in coursework or class investigations. Techniques include: Grid References, Environmental Survey, Drawing A Field Sketch, Quadrats, Measuring Litter, Questionnaires
Maths Booklet (KS3 &4)
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Maths Booklet (KS3 &4)

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This 30 page booklet is designed to help students and parents when with mathematical questions within their class and homework be it in Maths, Science, Geography, etc.. Topics Include: Key Terms Addition Subtraction Multiplication Division Order Of Calculation (BIDMAS) Estimating Time Distance, Speed, Time Fractions Percentages Ratio Proportion Information Handling With Graphs Coordinates And Bearings Perimeter Area Circles
Living In The Arctic
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Living In The Arctic

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The polar opposite of living on a tropical island, the idea of living in the arctic is not most people’s idea of home. With no vegetation or natural shelter it is hard to believe that some do call this landscape home and overcome the harsh conditions. These worksheets and activities look specifically at The Inuit People
Coasts (KS 3 & 4)
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Coasts (KS 3 & 4)

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This 28 page booklet allows students to study how our coastlines are formed, the conflicts with may arise along them and their management. Topics include: Coastal Processes Erosional Landforms Depositional Landforms Coastal Features On Maps Coastal Management Coastal Assessment - Dorset – Its Landforms, Uses And Conflicts
The Great Rift Valley,  Africa
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The Great Rift Valley, Africa

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The Great Rift Valley is the longest rift valley in the world at 3,600 miles running vertically through Africa; it ranges from 19 to 63 miles wide and can have an elevation of anything from 1,300 feet below sea level to 6,000 feet above sea level. The valley splits into two branches, the Eastern and Western Rifts in east Africa. At that size it’s visible from space! These worksheets help students to investigate the Rift Valley in Africa by exploring how it was formed and how it may change in the future. They discuss why it is considered a geographical wonder and what they think would happen to its environment should it fill with water.
Sight Seeing In Russia
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Sight Seeing In Russia

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Tourism is an important contributor to many countries’ economies. This worksheets has the students researching the main tourist attractions within Russia and putting together a range of interesting places to visit on holiday which needs to include: A major city (not Moscow) A seaside resort A historic town A countryside area
The Terracotta Army. China
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The Terracotta Army. China

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The Terracotta Army is one of the wonders of the ancient world and a cultural relic which many believe needs to be protected with the upmost seriousness. It’s one of the top archaeological finds of the twentieth century at over two thousand, two hundred years old and part of the world’s largest imperial tomb complex at four miles square! As recently as March 2015 an almost complete crossbow was unearthed. The bow back, string, crossbow body were all well-preserved. These worksheets help your student to discover more about the Terracotta Army and who discovered them, local farmers who were digging a new well. Their task is to write a letter to their family as one of the farmers who first discovered the Warriors or a report for a magazine as one of the archaeologists who helped unearthed the other pits.
Aurora Borealis
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Aurora Borealis

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The bright dancing lights of the Aurora are the result of collisions between electrically charged particles from the sun which enter the earth’s atmosphere. The lights are seen above the magnetic poles of the northern and southern hemispheres. Justifiably in the past people have not understood what the Aurora is and so created myths and stories to try to explain them. A selection of these are looked at with your students task being to develop their own explanation for them.