***Complete lesson ready to teach***. Ideal for KS2 or KS3 Geography. Students learn about the nations which make up the United Kingdom, the UK and BREXIT and countries in Europe. Al resources included.
Full resources GCSE lesson designed for new 2017 GCSE specification. Lesson includes locating Lagos, explaining reasons for its growth as a megacity and opportunities the city offers. Lesson finishes with GCSE exam practice appropriate to new 2017 GCSE specifications and includes a writing frame.
Fully resourced lesson aimed at GCSE. Lesson focus on defining a megacity, locating an categorising megacities around the world and evaluating the advantages and disadvantages of living in megacities. Includes video report on Dhaka, India and practice GCSE exam question appropriate for the new 2017 GCSE specifications with writing frame and mark scheme.
A fully resourced lesson ideal for the new 2017 GCSE Specifications. Focus is on challenges of living in Low Income Countries with a case study of Lagos. Challenges include problems resulting from an informal economy, problems of living in squatter settlements, and problems in Lagos’ water supply.
Fully resourced lesson suitable for the new 2017 GCSE specifications. Focus is on problems in Lagos’ water supply, problems caused by traffic congestion, and challenges facing Lagos in the twenty-first century. Includes exam practice suitable for new 2017 GCSE specifications, writing frame and mark scheme.
Three lessons suitable for new 2017 GCSE Geography specifications. Location of Lagos and case study of Challenges in an LIC. Challenges include:
-Problems resulting from an informal economy
-Problems of living in squatter settlements
-Problems in Lagos’ water supply
-Problems caused by traffic congestion
-Challenges facing Lagos in the twenty-first century
Exam practice included with writing frame and mark scheme.
Fully resourced lesson for new 2017 GCSE Geography specification - managing urban challenges in LICs. Focus is on Lagos explaining how Lagos has attempted to reduce traffic congestion and how urban planning helps to improve life in Lagos. Includes exam practice relevant to new 2017 GCSE specification including writing frame and mark scheme.
KS3 Geography fieldwork - could be adapted for use at KS4 and KS5. Aim is to answer the question: Is Plymouth a vibrant pace? Booklet could be adapted for use in any urban settlement. Fieldwork data collection methods include:
- Pedestrian survey
- Smelloscope survey
- Soundscope survey
- Emotion radar survey
- Clone town survey
- Re-photography / fieldsketch
No specialist equipment required. All data collection methods included in fieldwork book.
Sikhism lesson about Guru Nanak. Focus on explaining who Guru Nanak and why he is important to religious believers, explaining the key features of the life of Guru Nanak, and considers how Guru Nanak’s leadership encouraged people to change.
Fully resourced lesson for KS3 about Islam process of Wudu and Salah. Students explain what Salah and Wudu are and why Muslims perform them, explain what Muslims do during Salah and Wudu, and evaluate the importance of Salah and Wudu.
***FULLY RESOURCED LESSON*** For all GCSE exam boards. Looks at types of migration and reasons for migrating. Includes GCSE exam practice - student guidance slide shows how to structure answer and gain full marks.
Fully resourced GCSE follow up lesson to China's One Child Policy. PowerPoint recaps main aspects of the policy and links to two example 8-mark exam questions. Guidance for answer indicative content included within PowerPoint.
***FULLY RESOURCED GCSE LESSON FOR NEW AQA SPEC*** Meets criteria for Unit 2: Changing Economic World case study of Newly Emerging Economy (NEE). This lesson is about how and why the economic structure of Nigeria is changing. Includes video and photo resources and links to online news articles. The lesson focus is on how Nigeria's oil and cement industry has influenced the growth of the country's economy. Built in exam practice question lined to new GCSE specification requirements.
Success criteria of lesson:
Students will describe how Nigeria’s economy is changing, describe the industrial structure of Nigeria, explain the importance of oil and manufacturing to Nigeria’s economy, and apply their knowledge and perspective to an exam question.