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I make history, geography and global learning resources mostly. The money I raise here all goes to critical thinking, sex ed and nutrition workshops in Africa with Humanist Global Charity

I make history, geography and global learning resources mostly. The money I raise here all goes to critical thinking, sex ed and nutrition workshops in Africa with Humanist Global Charity
Key Stage 3 Geography  5 lessons on Kenya with Powerpoints and Handouts and assessment
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Key Stage 3 Geography 5 lessons on Kenya with Powerpoints and Handouts and assessment

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These lessons can replace the key stage 3 topic on India offered by Pearsons. I travel to Kenya a lot and the photos are my own. There are lots of varied activities. Example of Learning objectives from the first two sessions Lesson 1: Locate Kenya globally Describe physical features of Kenya Describe human features of Kenya Lesson 2: Describe characteristics of Kenya’s various climates Interpret and contrast climate graphs Explain why monsoons happen List Advantages/ disadvantages of climate zones governed by monsoons
African Kingdoms (key stage 3 history: the slave trade)
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African Kingdoms (key stage 3 history: the slave trade)

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This session seeks to address what African kingdoms were like at the advent of the transatlantic slave trade. It addresses misconceptions of a primitive Africa but also narrows its focus specifically to West African kIngdoms via the case study of Benin. The lesson involves source work focusing on the historic skill of interpretation. This lesson fits in with Pearson’s progression services SOW. FULL SCHEME OF WORK FOR THIS UNIT, INCLUDING 13 LESSONS powerpoints and handouts + ASSESSMENT, CAN BE PURCHASED FOR £10. SEARCH UNDER MY OTHER RESOURCES All money I earn selling resources goes to funding my educational workshop in Africa (See Zawadi on facebook and humanist global charity online)
Our World 6 Lessons OCR Entry level geography
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Our World 6 Lessons OCR Entry level geography

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The entry level for geography, which is a great qualification for SEN students looking for a certificate but not able to access a level 2 qualification, has several units that must be delivered before students take an assessment comprising 30 percent of the course. These lessons cover the first unit of 3 . I will upload the other units soon. the unit for resourceful owrld can be found here; https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resourceful-world-ocr-r407-entry-level-geography-6-lessons-sen-12488220 All money raised from sale of my resources help fund my critical thinking and sex-ed workshops in Africa with Humanist Global Charity
Liverpool and The Slave Trade (key stage 3 history)
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Liverpool and The Slave Trade (key stage 3 history)

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This lesson goes with Pearson’s progression key stage 3 history topic ‘the slave trade’. The lesson includes exploration of a poem, making inferences An extract about Liverpools involvement with true or false quiz, Source skills (e.g. primary vs secondary and reliability) and a plenary. Please review if you like. FULL SCHEME OF WORK FOR THIS UNIT, INCLUDING 13 LESSONS + ASSESSMENT, CAN BE PURCHASED FOR £10. SEARCH UNDER MY OTHER RESOURCES
Map Skills - Geography Entry Level Topic 1 -Our World  - OCR R407
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Map Skills - Geography Entry Level Topic 1 -Our World - OCR R407

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This is the first of 6 lessons for the Our World unit of OCRs entry level geography. This course is recommended for any SEN learners who cannot access level 2 qualifications Learning Outcomes • I will be able to work out the distance between two locations using a scale • I will be able to locate the direction of places using a compass and 4 figure grid references Starter: which of the displayed maps are real attempt to map earth and which are fantasy maps? Teacher input: explain benefits of map skills Teacher input: Outline different types off scales (small to large) Activities: Fill in missing gaps in sentences explaining scale ratios. Complete scales activity using OS map Compass activity placing classroom items in front of students and other student must state direction (e.g. Northwest) Complete 4 grid activity on slide and then Complete coordinates on OS map handout then students finish off by setting each other coordinate challenges. The 6 lesson collection is avaiable as a bundle All money raised goes to facilitating my sex education, critical thinking and nutrition workshops in rural Africa
Abolitionist Poster History Key Stage 3 Slavery
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Abolitionist Poster History Key Stage 3 Slavery

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A series of prints that can be laminated and used for a display to accompany key stage 3 study of transatlantic slave trade. Figures include Olaudah Equino, William Garrison, Harriet Tubman, Elizabeth Heyrick, Toussaint Louverture, Thomas Clarkson, Frederick Douglas, James Ramsay, Samuel Sharpe, Grenville Sharp, Ottobah Cugoano and Mary Prince.
The Triangular slave trade Key stage 3 History Pearsons
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The Triangular slave trade Key stage 3 History Pearsons

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This lesson accompanies the Pearson’s progression service key stage 3 history scheme of work the Slave Trade This is a full lesson with a starter to get student thinking about global trade. Main activities of drawing a choropleth map representing various European nations involvement in the trade and a plenary based on acting out the movement of goods and slaves.
Resourceful World  - OCR R407 Entry level geography - 6 lessons  - SEN
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Resourceful World - OCR R407 Entry level geography - 6 lessons - SEN

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The entry level for geography, which is a great qualification for SEN students looking for a certificate but not able to access a level 2 qualification, has several units that must be delivered before students take an assessment comprising 30 percent of the course. you may wish to have a TA work with SEN learners seperately. These lessons cover the third unit called resourceful world Lessons include why is the tropical rainforest rich in life? why is the rainforest important ? case study - the Congo where does our food come from? does fair trade make a difference? what type of energy is best for future ? All money raised from sale of my resources help fund my critical thinking and sex-ed workshops in Africa with Humanist Global Charity link to first unit https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/our-world-6-lessons-ocr-entry-level-geography-12411189
Thomas Clarkson and Olaudah Equiano - Key Stage 3 History - Transatlantic Slave Trade
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Thomas Clarkson and Olaudah Equiano - Key Stage 3 History - Transatlantic Slave Trade

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This lessons explores the work of two great abolitionists with source work included FULL SCHEME OF WORK FOR THIS UNIT, INCLUDING 13 LESSONS INCLUDING POWERPOINTS AND HANDOUTS + ASSESSMENT, CAN BE PURCHASED FOR £10. SEARCH UNDER MY OTHER RESOURCES All money I earn selling resources goes to funding my charity work in Africa. During my school holidays I visit schools in Africa to deliver workshops on critical thinking in which we challenge dangerous superstitions , promote scientific literacy and deliver resources (including books, stationary and sanitary pads) to students in low income areas. For more info See Zawadi on facebook and humanist global charity online.
Ghana KS3 Geography (5 lessons + assessment/MS + SOW)
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Ghana KS3 Geography (5 lessons + assessment/MS + SOW)

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My school is twinned with a school in Ghana, so I have adapted Pearson’s progession service focus on India to focus on Ghana instead with a full SOW included, 5 lessons and an assessment with mark scheme that can be used with progression tracking. Global learning within. These lessons includes Introducing Ghana • What do you know about Ghana? • Where is Ghana located? • Introduce the term physical geography • Physical features of Ghana • Human features of Ghana What is the climate of Kenya like? • The characteristics of Ghana’s various climates • Interpret and contrast climate graphs • What are the advantages/ disadvantages of tropical climates Where people live in Ghana and who they are • What is ethnicity? • Why are some areas densely populated? Population pyramids • What is a population pyramid • How do the UK and Ghana compare in terms of age distribution Why are people leaving the countryside? • What is migration? • What are push and pull factors? • Compare rural and urban areas using development data • Why are people eager to leave rural areas?
Who lives in your place -Race and Religion  - Geography Entry Level Topic 1 -Our World  - OCR R407
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Who lives in your place -Race and Religion - Geography Entry Level Topic 1 -Our World - OCR R407

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This is the 2nd of 6 lessons for the Our World unit of OCR’s entry level geography. This course is recommended for any SEN learners who cannot access level 2 qualifications but still want a certificate. Who lives in your place? LOs • I will be able to describe difference between race and ethnicity • I will be able to detail how London and the UK’s demographics have changed Starter: look at two images what has changed Activities: Student describe how they have seen their area change students look at population growth doing simple arithmetic to workout increase in pop size in stated regions Question: Why is the population of the London increasing when more Brits leave the capital than come into it? Write down 2 reasons then share with partner. Define demographics. Which of these categories are the kind that geographers and government will be interested in collecting data for Then two ‘predicting activities’ for religion and race, e.g.what is the make-up of London? Then move to do the same but for the UK as whole Answer two questions Line activity to exit classroom. The 6 lesson collection is available as a bundle https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/our-world-6-lessons-ocr-entry-level-geography-12411189 All money raised goes to facilitating my sex education, critical thinking and nutrition workshops in rural Africa
Migration and Natural Increase  - Geography Entry Level Topic 1 - Our World - OCR R407
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Migration and Natural Increase - Geography Entry Level Topic 1 - Our World - OCR R407

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This is the fifth of 6 lessons for the Our World unit of OCRs entry level geography. This course is recommended for any SEN learners who cannot access level 2 qualifications by end of year 11 Learning outcomes • Explain how natural increase and migration affect population size give push and pull factors for rural to urban migration Activities Starter: 3minute discussion have you moved if so why? Activities Look at the 4 terms below and match up with the correct definition. Teacher input what is natural increase Explore Niger’s natural increases Teacher input Question: why would anyone move from here to here teacher input rural to urban push and pull Come up with a character and write a one paragraph diary entry saying why you moved from your village to Accra. You must base your explanation on one of the 4 reasons cited on PowerPoint. Plenary: Answer question in your book The 6 lesson collection is available as a bundle All money raised goes to facilitating my sex education, critical thinking and nutrition workshops in rural Africa with Humanist Global Charity
City Case Study   London knife crime - Geography Entry Level Topic 1 - Our World  - OCR R407
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City Case Study London knife crime - Geography Entry Level Topic 1 - Our World - OCR R407

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This is the third of 6 lessons for the Our World unit of OCRs entry level geography. This course is recommended for any SEN learners who cannot access level 2 qualifications Learning Outcomes • Describe what life is like for teenagers in the city, such as leisure, food and retail activities. • Describe diversity within the city, such as jobs, life expectancy and housing. • Understand the problems that the city faces, such as waste, housing and crime. • Describe the potential solutions to one of the problems that the city faces Starter: word game using city names Activities: You will need access to a PC suite for this session as we are data collecting Learners will need to pick a city – If you copy this PowerPoint on to your USB then fill in the various sections • leisure, food and retail activities • Jobs, life expectancy and housing. Then focus on problem and solution Resources included for London knife crime as a problem Students should aim for a paragraphs worth in relation to each section with images and locations specified on maps The 6 lesson collection is avaiable as a bundle All money raised goes to facilitating my sex education, critical thinking and nutrition workshops in rural Africa
Megacities - Geography Entry Level Topic 1 -Our World  - OCR R407
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Megacities - Geography Entry Level Topic 1 -Our World - OCR R407

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This is the 6th of 6 lessons for the Our World unit of OCRs entry level geography. This course is recommended for any SEN learners who cannot access level 2 qualifications by end of year 11 Starter: name the movie cities (or at least the film) Write the correct definition of a megacity in your book: Write the subtitle to the right then list in bullet point form which of the following are megacities Next match the megacity to the country in which it is located. One has been done for you. Can you name all the continents on the following map: North America, South America, Africa, Europe, Asia, and Australia? Bonus points for anyone who can name oceans also. life in megacity input Watch the video and write a list of the challenges and the solutions to living in these conditions Ticket to leave classroom: the biggest challenge to sustainable development in a megacity is _____ because _ Record Homework The 6 lesson collection is available as a bundle All money raised goes to facilitating my sex education, critical thinking and nutrition workshops in rural Africa with Humanist Global Charity
Population Growth - Geography Entry Level Topic 1 -Our World  - OCR R407
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Population Growth - Geography Entry Level Topic 1 -Our World - OCR R407

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This is the 4 of 6 lessons for the Our World unit of OCRs entry level geography. This course is recommended for any SEN learners who cannot access level 2 qualifications • Describe population trends • Label and Interpret population pyramids • Give correct reasons why populations vary Starter: Using handout, students draw a line showing how they think population transitioned from the year 1000ad to the 2000 noting any effects from the important historic events Activities watch video to see if their depictions were correct. Go through purpose of population pyramids labelling diagram on PowerPoint slide. Then label population pyramids on sheet and offer two explanations for why western and developing countries have such different distributions of ages Look at chart to see if China’s child policies have helped reduce fertility rates The 6 lesson collection is available as a bundle All money raised goes to facilitating my sex education, critical thinking and nutrition workshops in rural Africa with Humanist Global Charity
The Legal Status of Slaves (slave codes) - Key Stage 3 History - The Slave Trade
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The Legal Status of Slaves (slave codes) - Key Stage 3 History - The Slave Trade

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This session the laws that maintained the slave system There is some teacher input, pair work using case studies of Barbados and American slavery and a source activity that calls upon one source skill used in Pearsons end of topic assessments. FULL SCHEME OF WORK FOR THIS UNIT, INCLUDING 13 LESSONS INCLUDING POWERPOINTS AND HANDOUTS + ASSESSMENT, CAN BE PURCHASED FOR £10. SEARCH UNDER MY OTHER RESOURCES All money I earn selling resources goes to funding my charity work in Africa. During my school holidays I visit schools in Africa to deliver workshops on critical thinking in which we challenge dangerous superstitions , promote scientific literacy and deliver resources (including books, stationary and sanitary pads) to students in low income areas. For more info See Zawadi on facebook and humanist global charity online.