Students complete a card sorting task and worksheet in order to select appropriate graphs and charts to present geographical data and explain reasons for using choosing appropriate data presentation techniques. Ideal for an introduction or revision lesson on graph types used in Geography. Covers all graph types outlined in the AQA 9-1 GCSE specification. Exam practice question included about choosing and justifying data presentation technique.
Fully resourced lesson for new AQA GCSE specification. Activities include annotating photographs, card sort and video. Students describe the main features of the London Docklands regeneration, explain how employment opportunities have changed in the London Docklands and through the practice exam question explain the successes and failures of the London Docklands regeneration.
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.
Really useful worksheet when comparing / contrasting / discussing a topic. Place your task in the middle of the worksheet and get students to record key points for either side of an argument or debate within the hand prints. Works really well in groups when printed on A3 paper.
Take away homework menu with resource sheets for KS3 Weather and Climate scheme of work.
Knowledge Organiser for KS3 Scheme of Work. Includes population change, Demographic Transition Model, population structure and pyramids, and One Child Policy.
Level 3 BTEC Travel and Tourism (QCF) bundled for Units 1, 2,3, 4,7 and 8.
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.
Basic fieldwork package which can be completed on school-site without need for expensive / complicated equipment. Can easily be customised to your own school using a school / site map.
***Complete lesson. Ready to teach. All resources included*** Students will learn about the structure of the Earth, theory of Plate Tectonics and the location of the Earth's plates. Activities include comparing the structure of the Earth with a Ferrero Rocher (great fun to dissect and a tasty treat!), learning a new technique to help with revision and jigsaw puzzle of the Earth's plates (which actually works!)
Level 3 BTEC Travel and Tourism (QCF) Unit 7 Assignment Briefs
Knowledge Organiser for KS3 Scheme of Work "Is the answer blowing in the wind?". Includes global temperature change, sources of renewable and non-renewable energy and an investigation into wind energy as a sustainable energy source at Challacombe Hill in North Devon.
Mystery lesson from KS3 Scheme of Work about hazards and forest fires "Why did Bill Larkin have a lucky 56th Birthday?"
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.
A fully resourced GCSE lesson about Sustainable Urban Living in a High Income Country (HIC) - London. Lesson studies the Beddington Zero Energy Development (BedZED) in Sutton, London. Students have to ask geographical questions, sort information cards about the sustainable strategies used in BedZED, and explain how the strategies lead to sustainable urban living and improve quality of life. Lesson includes sample exam question focus. Case study is relevant for all the new 9-1 GCSE Geography specifications.
**NEW** An Excel tracking sheet for the whole course of the new AQA GCSE Geography 9-1 course. Includes I can success criteria statements for each unit of the course (including core and optional units). Cells are conditional formatted to turn red or green to show whether students have met the I can success criteria or not. Easy to see gaps in whole class / cohort and focus intervention where required. Ready to use - just copy and paste in your student names from your registration system.