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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
How To Write A Persuasive Speech
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How To Write A Persuasive Speech

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There are a number tricks of the trade to help you write and deliver a confident, convincing and persuasive speech to win over the crowd…you just need to make sure you go for a walk through: A FOREST:
Discovering Africa - Dr Livingstone
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Discovering Africa - Dr Livingstone

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As one of the first medical missionaries to arrive in southern Africa, the first in central Africa, Dr Livingstone was frequently the first European the tribe’s people met. Their trust was won as he was a healer and medicine man and his reputation spread so far he had to restrict himself to treatment of those with only serious illnesses. These worksheets look at Dr Livingstone travels to Africa, the students discuss what they would have packed to take with them, how they would have traveled there and the discoveries made there and how they would have helped the British Empire.
The Yanomami Tribe
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The Yanomami Tribe

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Living in the rainforests and mountains of northern Brazil and southern Venezuela, the Yanomami are the largest relatively isolated tribe in South America. Today their population stands at around 32,000 and their territory covers 9.6 million hectares, twice the size of Switzerland. These worksheets help the students to explore the set up of the Yanomami village, the daily lives and rolls of the girls/mothers and boys/fathers, as well as investigating the use of paint to decorate their faces and bodies.
Geography And Media: Movie-Induced Tourism
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Geography And Media: Movie-Induced Tourism

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This 19 page booklet is a fun way to teach tourism and to include films in your lesson. It allows students to explore the connection between geography and media, specifically through movie-induced tourism. Chapter titles include: Geography And Media Movie-Induced Tourism Motivation of Movie-Induced Tourism (Place, Personalities, Performance) Local Area Production Impacts Of Movie-Induced Tourism A Good Or Bad Asset? Same Place, Different Reasons Designing Your own Movie Tour
Migration
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Migration

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These worksheets help students to learn the key terms related to migration and discuss the push and pull factors associated with this
The Development Gap
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The Development Gap

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This booklet helps students understand the development gap by completing activities about: Key Words, A World Divided, How We Measure Development, Adult Literacy, How Does The Development Gap Grow?, The Cycle Of Hunger, Fairtrade and Aid
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
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.
Geography Riddles
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Geography Riddles

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These riddles and images could be used as fun lesson starter brain-teasers or displayed with the classroom or corridor in a Geography department
China (KS 3 & 4)
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China (KS 3 & 4)

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This 50 page booklet allows students to explore China through a variety of activities both students and teacher lead. Chapters include, amongst others: Where Are We Talking About? What Do You Know About China? Why Travel to China? What Is The Climate Like in China? What Is our Population Like? What’s Happening To China’s Population? What’s Happening To The Age Of China? China’s Culture A Taste Of China Gung Hey Fat Choy! Playing With Paper Britain’s Best Beverage China’s Threatened Wildlife The Great Wall The Terracotta Army The Forbidden City Tiananmen Square Three Gorge Dam Transnational Companies In China
Brahman And Other Hindu Gods
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Brahman And Other Hindu Gods

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Brahman is believed to be the underpinning spirit of the world and to be found in everything. He has many different characteristics represented in different forms which are called avatars, or murtis. There are thousands of gods and goddesses whom which Hindus can worship, all with their own special individual characteristics, which allow followers to choose their own deities. Many believe all these gods and goddesses are different aspects of the unchanging ultimate supreme Brahman. In groups the students are given an opportunity to create a poster which will come together with the rest of the class to show as many of the Hindu god and goddesses as possible – possibly about 30 depending in the size of your class (!)
Transnational Companies In India
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Transnational Companies In India

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These worksheets look at the large companies and their locations around the work, then focus primarily on a Nike case study in India and the positives and negatives it brings to LEDCs
Conspiracy Theories And Urban Myths (KS 3&4)
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Conspiracy Theories And Urban Myths (KS 3&4)

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This ten page booklet helps students to understand what they do and don't believe in and why. It will help them to recognize reliable sources of information and develop their debating skills. Titles include: What Do We Believe In? What Do You Believe In? Investigating Conspiracy Theories And Urban Myths How Do We Judge What Is True? How Do We Decide What We Do And Don’t Believe In?
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.
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
Writing Questionnaires
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Writing Questionnaires

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This worksheet helps students to understand how best to format a questionnaire for work and coursework with simple clear instructions and examples
Brazil's Climate - Climate Graphs
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Brazil's Climate - Climate Graphs

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Due to the country’s vastness, Brazil has a varied climate from region to region. Coastal cities such as Rio De Janeiro, Recife and Salvador are hot and sticky for most of the year, whereas plateau cities such as Sao Paulo, Brasilia and Belo Horizonte are milder. Southern cities such as Curitiba and Porto Alegre can become quite cold during the winter. This worksheet helps students to be able to read climate graphs as well as draw and describe them.
Coastal Features On A Map
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Coastal Features On A Map

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Being able to identify coastal features on a map is an important skill to have as it can often come up in exams. These worksheets help students to use the knowledge they have gathered to identify the features on the map pieces from the additional sheet, sketch the feature and describe how it is recognised.
China's Climate
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China's Climate

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As China is such a large country it’s not surprising to find that the climate varies from place to place and that these variations have different impacts of people’s lives. These worksheets help students to understand climate graphs, how to read ad draw them. They also give them a chance to develop their own graph and peer mark eachothers ideas with supporting comments.