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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
The Amazon Rainforest
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The Amazon Rainforest

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This 44 page booklet helps students to explore the Amazon Rainforest; the animals found it it, the people who live there, what it provides us and how we are affecting it. The tasks include class, group and individual activities. Chapters include: What And Where Are The Worlds Biomes? What Is An Ecosystem? What Is A Rainforest? What Defines A Rainforest? How Does The Rainforest Run? Iguazu Falls How Is The Rainforest Structured? How Have Plants Adapted To Living In The Rainforest? Who Lives In The Rainforest? Who Else Lives In The Rainforest? The Kayapo Tribe The Yanomami Tribe The Matsés Tribe The Awa Tribe Who Else Lives In The Rainforest? What Does the Rainforest Give Us? How Are We Affecting The Rainforest? Can The Urucu Gas Project Provide Energy Without harming The Environment? Could You Survive The Rainforest?
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
Who Makes Up Russia?
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Who Makes Up Russia?

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These worksheets look at the Russian language and the others which are spoken within the country as well as the religions and ethnic groups which make up the people
What Is An Indigenous Tribe?
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What Is An Indigenous Tribe?

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These worksheets highlight to students how many indigenous tribes can be found around the world and where. The pattern of their location and choice of environment are discussed also
A Cup Of Tea
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A Cup Of Tea

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Not many of us consider where our early morning cup of tea comes from, or at least no further than the kitchen cupboard or local supermarket, but the humble tea leaf has been on quite a journey. There was a time when it was all quite simple and it all came from China, however today there are thousands of tea estates across the world. These worksheets look at where our tea originates from, how it was discovered and how it transfors fron a green leaf to the bag we pop into our mug.
Measuring Litter
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Measuring Litter

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These worksheets help students to develop their understanding of measuring litter and how to use this information to generate tables and graphs of their findings with simple clear instructions and examples
Multiplication
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Multiplication

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These worksheets help students to revise how to calculate muliplications with simple clear instructions and examples
Creating Your Own Tribe
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Creating Your Own Tribe

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Here is a chance for your students to get a little creative. In groups they need to use information they have gathered from studying tribes to create their own. A spider diagram is provided to help them include as much information as possible
Origami
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Origami

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Origami is the Japanese art of paper folding. ‘Ori’ is Japanese for folding and ‘kami’ is Japanese for paper and its day is celebrated on 11th November. This craft can be used as a fun activity during tutor time, for example
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
Country Dingbats
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Country Dingbats

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It's that time of year again where a bit of fun in the classroom wont do any harm but to keep it topical here are some country dingbats to try on the students...
Russian Matryoshka Dolls
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Russian Matryoshka Dolls

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Matryoshka dolls are wooden stacking dolls originally painted to look like a traditional Russian woman or ‘babushka’ wearing a sarafan. They are a popular souvenir and over time have become a symbol of Russia itself. These worksheets discuss the history of the dolls and the story believed to be behind it which the students up date to a modern day and design their own dolls
How To Draw A Pie Chart
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How To Draw A Pie Chart

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Pie charts can sometime appear to be complicated to draw but by following these instructions your students will be able to eliminate their fears and find it quite easy.
Beach Formation
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Beach Formation

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Everyone knows what a beach is but can you descibe on ein geographical terms? Beaches are made up of sand, pebbles, shingle and boulders formed by the processes of waves. The combination of these are in no way constant and contain a verity of types, shapes and sizes. This worksheet helps students to define a beach using geographical terms and explain how the materials size and shape change as they near the sea, and how this could have occurred
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.
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.