OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography: People of the Planet Revision Sheets

OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography: People of the Planet Revision Sheets

Here are six revision sheets that breakdown the entire module: people of the planet as taught as part of OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography (paper 2 module 2). These sheets have taken hours of preparation and are a very useful revision aid for pupils’. These revision sheets include: What is development? Types of development HDI GNI Advantages/disadvantages of development indicators Development indicators Causes of uneven development Aid Types of aid Aid case study: Goat Aid Economic development case study: Ethiopia Rowstow’s model Urbanisation World Cities Megacities and pros/cons Causes of rapid urban growth EDC major city case study: Rio de Janeiro- includes location, background information, importance, what it’s like, challenges and two solutions. All researched accurately and thoroughly. I can send adaptable version if necessary- i.e. you have taught different case studies.
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OCR A GCSE 9-1 Geography: People of the Planet SOW

OCR A GCSE 9-1 Geography: People of the Planet SOW

Here is a complete 8 lesson SOLAP for OCR A GCSE 9-1 Geography- People of the Planet (Paper 2 Module 2). Save yourself a bundle of time and get a complete SOW including lessons and resources. This bundle includes: - Uneven Development - Global Development - Causes of Uneven Development - Aid - EDC Economic Development: Ethiopia Case Study - Patterns of Urbanisation - Rapid Urbanisation - EDC City Case Study: Rio de Janeiro All resources necessary and needed for the lessons are attached.
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What are the urban trends in the UK?   OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography

What are the urban trends in the UK? OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography

This is a lesson based upon urban trends in the UK as taught part of OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography- People of the UK (Paper 1 Module 2). This lesson focuses upon the causes and consequences of suburbanisation, re-urbanisation and counter-urbanisation and has a detailed case study about Newcastle Great Park for suburbanisation (internet accesses/textbook needed). Includes a range of activities and a 4 mark GCSE question. All resources are attached.
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Rio de Janeiro: EDC City Case Study- Urban Issues/Challenges/Planning

Rio de Janeiro: EDC City Case Study- Urban Issues/Challenges/Planning

Here is a comprehensive case study for an EDC city- Rio de Janeiro: focusing upon urban issues/challenges and planning. This is taught as part of OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography but also applies to AQA and other exam boards- as per the textbook recommendations. This lesson focuses upon: The location of Rio de Janeiro and background of the city What Rio is like including relevant videos The importance of Rio as a city, in Brazil and internationally Characteristics of Rio Challenges of Rio: housing, traffic and waste management Sustainable solutions to challenges (urban planning): Favela Bairro Project (1995-2008) and Olympic Games 2016 including what has been done and the positives and negatives All resources necessary are included.
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Lower Lea Valley: Urban Regeneration Case Study

Lower Lea Valley: Urban Regeneration Case Study

This lesson is for KS4 Geography and is a direct replacement for the London Docklands urban regeneration schemes. I teach this as part of OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography- but this will apply to other exam boards. The lesson focuses upon the location of the Lower Lea Valley, why the area needed to be regenerated and how this was done. It also looks at the social, economic and environmental advantages and disadvantages of the regeneration. Included is an exam style question with a self-derived mark scheme. All resources necessary are attached :)
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Leeds: Urban Challenges Case Study

Leeds: Urban Challenges Case Study

These lessons cover the case study of Leeds for the people of the UK taught as part of OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography focusing upon urban challenges- but will apply to other exam boards too :) This bundle includes: An introduction to Leeds, its location and characteristics How studentification and immigration has changed Leeds The challenges the city of Leeds faces- waste The opportunities that Leeds can develop- HS2/waste management solutions/regeneration All the resources necessary are attached.
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The River Tees: River Landscapes Case Study

The River Tees: River Landscapes Case Study

Here are three lessons taught as part of my river landscapes SOLAP focusing upon The River Tees. This closely mirrors the content and detail of GCSE- OCR A 9-1 Geography and others such as AQA. These lessons include: The location of The River Tees The characteristics of The River Tees Landforms along The Tees Human uses Impacts of human uses along the course of The Tees Some of the GCSE questions have mark schemes that I have produced. All resources necessary are attached
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What are the ecosystems of Japan?

What are the ecosystems of Japan?

This is a KS3 aimed lesson taught as part of my Asia SOLAP. The lesson focuses upon the temperate deciduous forests of Japan with a particular focus on key words, the location, climate, characteristics and flora and fauna adaptations. Included are relevant videos, map work, a climate graph interpretation question and a quick plenary quiz. All resources necessary are attached.
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River Landscapes SOLAP

River Landscapes SOLAP

Here is my seven lesson KS3 scheme of learning and progress for river landscapes. It closely mirrors the detail and content of OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography- in order to prepare pupils’ for the content of the new GCSE course. This SOLAP includes: The hydrological cycle Geomorphic processes that impact upon river landscapes River landforms Case Study: The River Tees focusing upon its location, uses and whether humans positively and negatively impact The Tees- with GCSE questions, support via structure strips and relevant worksheets. All necessary resources are attached.
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What is the industry of Japan like?

What is the industry of Japan like?

This is a KS3 lesson taught as part of my Asia SOLAP- focusing upon a country case study of Japan. This lesson focuses upon the key terms necessary for GCSE Geography with regards to trade- and the skills too. The imports and exports of Japan are included-with the task of pupil’s plotting a graph to show these results. A pick and mix plenary is also included.
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How is Japan's population structured?

How is Japan's population structured?

This is a KS3 lesson which is taught as part of my Asia SOLAP. This lesson focuses upon the population structure of Japan- with the use of interpreting and describing population pyramids and defining key terms- all of which have been researched accurately. The challenges of Japan’s ageing population are also considered. A 4 mark exam style question is included with a support/framework for the less able/lower literacy skills. A peer assessment comment bank is also included.
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Japan SOLAP

Japan SOLAP

Here is a bundle of eight lessons focusing upon the country of Japan. This bundle includes: - Where is Asia? - Where is Japan located? - What is Japan like? - What is Tokyo like? - How has Japan changed? - What are the ecosystems of Japan? - What is the industry of Japan? - What is the population structure of Japan? All of the resources necessary for the lessons are attached. These lessons have been designed to implement skills needed for Geography GCSE into KS3 such as skills.
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How has Japan changed?

How has Japan changed?

This is a KS3 lesson taught as part of my Asia SOLAP. This is based upon a case study of Japan and how the country has changed overtime from a traditional society and way of life to modern Japan. It includes: Recent up to date videos Accurately researched information Well thought out activites: including pupils’ producing a billboard advert to show why people should visit Japan. All resources are included.
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Rivers and Landscapes: Geomorphic Processes

Rivers and Landscapes: Geomorphic Processes

Here are two one hour lessons focused on learning about the geomorphic processes that impact upon a river landscape. These lessons are aimed at KS3 but have significant detail and mirror the content required for OCR A GCSE 9-1 Geography. These lesson include: - River Transport Methods - Types of River Erosion - Mass Movements - Types of Weathering All the necessary resources are attached.
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River Landforms

River Landforms

This is a KS3 lesson based upon river landforms, however it mirrors the content and relevant detail of 9-1 OCR A GCSE Geography. This lesson includes: - The journey of a river - Formation of: meanders, ox-bow lakes, waterfalls, levees and floodplains. - Practice exam questions All resources necessary are attached.
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OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography: UK Environmental Challenges Revision Booklet

OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography: UK Environmental Challenges Revision Booklet

Here is a revision booklet for OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography Paper 1: UK Environmental Challenges. This booklet mirrors the content and detail required of the above course. The booklet includes all of the module but here is some of the content: Local solutions case studies The Somerset Levels 2014 Energy Extreme weather
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OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography: Landscapes of the UK Revision Booklet

OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography: Landscapes of the UK Revision Booklet

Here is a comprehensive revision booklet for OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography paper 1 landscapes of the UK. This booklet mirrors the course and content and is a very useful revision aid for pupils’. The case studies included are the River Tees and the Holderness Coast but can be easily adapted if needed.
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What is Tokyo like?

What is Tokyo like?

This lesson is part of my Asia SOLAP focusing on Japan. This lesson was an observation lesson- so therefore took many hours of planning! It includes: - Stopwatch starter to recall prior learning about Japan - Who I am? Identify the city of Tokyo - Map work - Question: Describe what the city of Tokyo is like. - Main activity: based upon improving the pupil's exam answer by modelling sources (population, climate graph and problems of Tokyo) which they need to interpret in order to add to their answer in a different colour pen to show progress. - Peer assessment using a comment bank - Opinion line review All resources necessary are attached.
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OCR A GCSE 9-1 Geography: Revision Sheets

OCR A GCSE 9-1 Geography: Revision Sheets

Here is a bundle of my revision sheets for OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography. Included is: -People of the UK - UK Environmental Challenges - Ecosystems of the Planet
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KS3 Africa SOL

KS3 Africa SOL

This is a 12 lesson SOL for KS3 Geography- Africa. This focuses on: - Is Africa a continent of contrast? (source based analysis) - Food in Africa -Issues growing food in Africa -Introduction to Tourism -Kenya Case Study - Ecotourism -Should tourism be encouraged - Impacts of migration -Rural to urban migration -Kibera -Improving squatter settlements
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OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography: People of the UK Revision Sheets

OCR A 9-1 GCSE Geography: People of the UK Revision Sheets

Here is a complete breakdown of the OCR A 9-1 Geography People of the UK onto three sheets- which is more manageable for students- but does not lower the detail. This has taken many hours to complete and my students find it a very useful revision aid. It includes all of the key terms necessary and case studies of the Lower Lea Valley and Leeds.
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