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!!!!!!! Most of my resources are adaptable and original!!!!!! I try to give clear descriptions about each resource. If you have any issues, please ask and I am happy to email out additional templates free. My shop stocks mainly Power-points and day to day lesson resources for the all the Humanities subjects. Psychology resources are also available. Please spare a minute to rate my resources, especially the free ones! I would appreciate knowing how useful they are. Thank you.

!!!!!!! Most of my resources are adaptable and original!!!!!! I try to give clear descriptions about each resource. If you have any issues, please ask and I am happy to email out additional templates free. My shop stocks mainly Power-points and day to day lesson resources for the all the Humanities subjects. Psychology resources are also available. Please spare a minute to rate my resources, especially the free ones! I would appreciate knowing how useful they are. Thank you.
The future of India
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The future of India

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KS3 geography. Explains how India is a world superpower, compares to China. Share the facts with students, main activity is for students to use the worksheet to write about what the different people say about India’s development. Includes an extension activity where students apply knowledge about what India will be like in future.
Hurricane Dorian and what causes tropical storms
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Hurricane Dorian and what causes tropical storms

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KS3 Geography - a topical, tropical storm! A power point format with 2 lessons about hurricanes and the current/recent one in the Bahamas/ North America. There are a variety of learning activities and tasks. Maps. Clips and information about Hurricane Dorian and the causes of tropical storms.
Validity and Reliability in Psychological Research
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Validity and Reliability in Psychological Research

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This power point lesson on Validity and Reliability in Psychological Research has the background definitions, facts, examples and explanations of the difference between validity and reliability. Use it to teach these 2 elements of any psychology syllabus. It includes exam style questions and sample answers.
All about Mumbai
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All about Mumbai

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KS3 geography. Begins with the odd one out task and discuss the answer. Next cover learning objectives, move onto the images and facts. Students then watch the clips and use the attached thinking hats resource to write about mumbai . The build on key words using the facts slides (these can be printed out). Finally there is a mumbai postcard activity to apply knowledge which can be carried over or completed for homework.
Football and Religion
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Football and Religion

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This is a power point lesson encouraging students to use a range of higher level skills to explore the similarities between football and religion. It has a range of clips and activities all the tasks have the printable templates as part of the slide show. There is also a word document for the conversation task where students work in pairs. Starter - completed an open sentence task Linking task - print out the slides with pictures of football and also religious images, students study these and write about how they link on the diagram Video clip - watch and discuss fans of football linking it to religion Conversation task - use the word document template, students work in pairs. Plenary - cloze task to explain understanding
Student writing frame for 13 mark questions - Criminal Behaviour
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Student writing frame for 13 mark questions - Criminal Behaviour

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This worksheet supports the student in planning and writing their 13 mark essay style answer. It has a mark scheme attached and useful starter and connecting sentences. I used this following the study of the theories about criminal behaviour as exam practice. You could use it as an assessment or just to plan an answer.
The 4 noble truths
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The 4 noble truths

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A complete lesson with powerpoint and worksheet to teach about the 4 noble truths. Links to learning from religion and has the 3 part lesson structure with the opportunity to differentiate using the attached worksheet.
Stupendous Svalbard!
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Stupendous Svalbard!

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Geography year 8. lesson 2 of the amazing places unit. Contains clips and visuals about Svalbard. Students make notes and discuss/locate. It finishes with a mini assessment to apply learning.
Numinous Northern lights! (and Svalbard)
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Numinous Northern lights! (and Svalbard)

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Lesson 3 from the amazing places unit. This combines the northern lights and Slinks to Svalbard. It contains facts, links to clips and extended writing activities to apply understanding of the phenomenon.
Dubious Dubai!
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Dubious Dubai!

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lesson 7 of the unit on amazing places. Locates Dubai, explains using visuals what it was like in the past. Clips show the tourist attractions. Students design hotel.
Freud's Psycho-dynamic Approach to Gender Development
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Freud's Psycho-dynamic Approach to Gender Development

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A power point lesson for the teacher/tutor to lead and explain. Contains all the background to Freud’s theory. Id, Ego, Super -ego, the psycho-sexual stages of development, the Oedipus and Electra complexes and the Little Hans study. There is a student template for planning an essay question on Freud. The slides can be used in a variety of tasks and can be printed for students to make notes of create a development “timeline” for each stage or make a storyboard of the complexes.
A Mindful Mandala to colour!
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A Mindful Mandala to colour!

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Simply print and hand out for students to colour, maybe during Friday form time, use as a calming/relaxation tool, discuss mindfulness.
A Complete lesson and resources to explore Islamic women's dress - The Burkini
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A Complete lesson and resources to explore Islamic women's dress - The Burkini

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This can be used for KS3 RE - Islam. The power point presentation clearly shows how to deliver the lesson and the resources accompany the learning activities. It can take 2 lessons and can be easily adapted to extend discussions and a class debate. The clips are hyper-linked on the slides of the presentation for students to watch.
DIY student experiment in chunking
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DIY student experiment in chunking

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This lesson is designed to take student through the chunking experiment that links to capacity and duration in the MSM. It has full instruction to explain how to get started and a printable results table for students to gather the raw data. It provides a good opportunity to link in to research methods and develop student’s understanding of and ability to write about how research in psychology works. It is accompanied by a help sheet for students to write up the experiment once they’ve carried it out. This could be given as a homework task following the DIY lesson. Both these resources link to pages 125-126 of the new spec (OCR)textbook. Finally, the homework sheet can be easily adapted for use on writing up any of the other student DIY tasks (now for some maths!)
India's physical geography
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India's physical geography

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KS3 geography. Includes a clip, a printable mind map with categories for students to build notes, printable resources of the different landscapes. Can be used as a carousel activity or paired task. A heads and tails matching task to allow students to apply understanding of the different landscapes and who/why people live there. Also has an extension task that could be adapted as a homework.
Capital punishment
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Capital punishment

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Used with Y9 students as lesson 3/4 of the ethics unit. This introduces the definition of capital punishment, getting students to think about crime and punishment in general. It leads to some statistics from amnesty and a sorting task or the arguments for and against the death penalty.
Pacific Garbage Patch
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Pacific Garbage Patch

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This is a complete lesson with all the resources and tasks needed and just need printing out. There are 2 video clips about the pacific garbage patch, the second is the ocean clean up. Students do a big research task to try and answer the big questions: What is it? How did it form? What are the solutions?
UK future flood map
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UK future flood map

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Use as a starter task or link to topics like climate change, extreme weather events and flooding. The map projects how Britain might look if human’s continue to cause climate change. Differentiated tasks go from basic to challenging.