A comprehensive ppt about the HDI including how it is constructed, its advantages and disadvantages and some other ways of measuring development. There are links to video and website materials to supplement the content including a list of key terms that students should be familiar with.
Designed for use in Unit 2 of the IB Diploma, but clearly has uses in A level etc. too.
The PowerPoint is about Environmental Sustainability and contains a case study for the Korup National Park.
The presentation meets the criteria for IB Geography Patterns in Environmental Quality and Sustainability and there are references to the syllabus that could easily be adapted for use in other courses (title slides).
There are questions on the final slide for assessment of learning, and learning objectives should be added by the teacher to suit their individual needs/ school requirements of structuring these. The document is not locked in any way so feel free to edit as per your own requirements.
This comprehensive resource is designed to be used with the Cambridge A level syllabus, by the student rather than by the teacher. There is information from textbooks, websites, case studies, past paper questions etc. to enhance and simplify learning as it is now all in one convenient 93 page book; just print, bind and issue for your student to be able to access all of the content required by the Cambridge course for independent study.
NB. This is not designed to replace teaching.
This is a powerpoint and resource based on learning about why different levels of development exist between both countries (north-south divide?, NICs, LDCs etc) and regions within a country (Brazil).
(Used with Cambridge IGCSE Geography - Development - Spec 3.1)
This goes through using BUG to help students interpret the question. It has tips for success and sample past paper questions to work through as a class and then individually as well as an activity for students to work in pairs to write and answer their own questions using the techniques and tips taught.
The PowerPoint is a comprehensive lesson with everything you need to teach as per the title for IGCSE Cambridge Geography. The additional sheet contains the story to tell about Old Harry and his Wife when thinking about caves, arches, stacks and stumps.
You could certainly use this with an intro to coasts for younger year groups.
The videos are embedded.
This 4 lesson PowerPoint with additional case study information is designed to cover 1.1, 1.3 and 1.4 of IGCSE Theme 1: Population and Settlement, though can be used for other GCSE exam courses too.
Increase in World population
Over-pop and under-pop case studies
Ageing pop case study
Contrasting rates of natural population change
Anti-natalist and pro-natalist policies
Using population pyramids
Factors influencing density and distribution of population.
Migration and Settlements topics are also available to complete the Unit of study.
This is a section of the IB HL Diploma Global Interactions topic, which I have foun it difficult to source other resources for. I have divided my lessons and am supplying them individually for now, but once they are all here you will be able to purchase the bundle of the whole unit for ease.
The text book referred to is the Oxford IB Geography Course Companion by Garrett Nagle and Briony Cooke.
Designed to fulfill the IB 2019 syllabus requirements for physical processes creating unique environments in extreme environments. However, could be used for other syllabi as the powerpoint goes through processes and landscapes without reference to IB question styles.
There are plenary questions that can be used throughout the lesson as mini-plenaries, or at the end. There is a worksheet with differentiated materials on slides 31-32.
Questions and homework including graphical resource are included on slides 33-34.
Video embedded for additional information. Many photos, maps and diagrams used to illustrate the landforms and examples of where the landforms occur are also included.
This is a workbook designed for students following the Cambridge A level Geography course. It contains information, case studies, activities, exam questions/past papers and is all contained in a colour PDF file for your ease of use; print, bind and issue! (The document is 87 pages and information is taken from a range of sources including A level text books, websites, Cambridge past paper questions).
Other workbooks available:
I am sure they are equally useful for other syllabi being studied (particularly this Natural Hazards version).
A comprehensive set of key terminology activities and games to encourage students to learn these all important words and terms for the tectonic hazards section of the GCSE Geography course.
This set includes:
Bingo cards for 32 players
Key terms sheet with definitions (and examples where appropriate)
A multiple choice test including diagrams (and answer sheet)
Word of the Week posters
Sheets are often differentiated and answer sheets are provided for ease of use.
This is a pack of resources that teachers generally just don’t have the time to make but that students benefit from engagement with massively. There will be discounted bundles available once I complete the other units…Next up: Earth’s Changing Climate.
Other topics in this series:
How can weather be hazardous?
This is a one-stop presentation for the whole of the hydrology section of the AS/A level Geography syllabus.
Transportation and deposition
Movement of water
River channel, processes and landforms
Flooding and management
All of the information required is included here so that you can supplement with your own activities and assessments depending on your school's choice of text book/other resources and your chosen exam board past paper questions. Just add your own breaks between content depending on your lesson length and student pace of learning and write your learning objectives to your preferred style/school requirements and away you go!
This is a comprehensive resource for the IGCSE syllabus including desert and rainforest ecosystems. The presentation addresses location, climate, deforestation and desertification etc.
Also included are case study sheets for The Sahel (desert ecosystems) and Taman Negara (rainforest ecosystems), providing all that is required for the IGCSE syllabus in a comprehensive set.
Content for IGCSE Settlement:
What are the main patterns of settlement?
What are the factors that influence the sites, growth and functions of settlements?
What are the settlement hierarchies and how do they affect people?
Bundle available to include urban environment.
A set of resources (14 sheets in total) to help students learn the key terms for weather hazards GCSE.
This set includes:
Key term list with definitions
Key term word chain
2 anagram activities
Differentiated word searches
A multiple choice test with answer sheet
Word of the week posters
All items provided as PDF files for ease of printing.
3 answer sheets
10 student sheets
1 set of posters for ‘Word of the Week’ displays.
This is a pack of resources that teachers generally just don’t have the time to make but that students benefit from engagement with massively. There will be discounted bundles available once I complete the other units…next up: Tectonic Hazards.
This is a comprehensive workbook created from textbooks, websites, past paper questions etc to provide the necessary content for the Cambridge A level syllabus. It is in colour PDF format, so simply print, bind and issue to your students.