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In this shop you will find Geography resources for KS3, KS4 an KS5. I have created some IBDP resources for Geography which took hours. These lessons are generally 10 lessons in 1 PPT with all activities, PPTs, worksheets, model answers.. The Majority of the work that I have uploaded is for KS3 but I will hopefully be able to add A Level lessons on by the end of the year. I have also created some 'lighting fires lessons' which aim to engage learners as well as 'literacy based lessons'.

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In this shop you will find Geography resources for KS3, KS4 an KS5. I have created some IBDP resources for Geography which took hours. These lessons are generally 10 lessons in 1 PPT with all activities, PPTs, worksheets, model answers.. The Majority of the work that I have uploaded is for KS3 but I will hopefully be able to add A Level lessons on by the end of the year. I have also created some 'lighting fires lessons' which aim to engage learners as well as 'literacy based lessons'.
AQA  A level taster lesson
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AQA A level taster lesson

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AQA A level taster lesson This is a taster lesson for AQA A level that could be easily adapted for edexcell or a GCSE taster lesson with a hazards theme. The first few slides are administrative. The main bulk of the lesson is an interactive game which requires quite a bit of movement. I did this lesson with my year 12s and they absolutely loved it. I hour-100mins lesson needed. Learning objective/WILF (What I’m looking for): WALT: Justify a process of crisis decision making Hazard link: volcanoes
Paper 2 Human 1-9 AQA Geography revision booster
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Paper 2 Human 1-9 AQA Geography revision booster

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This is a revision booster lesson for AQA GCSE students. It has examiners tips, case studies and skills. I used this with my year 11s on the lead up to the exams and they loved it. They found it REALLY helpful. You could print it as a revision guide, go through it with students to check understanding, print every other page for students to fill in as you go through the PPT…
Waves and tides
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Waves and tides

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Waves and tides Learning objective/WALT (We are learning to) WALT - Identify the causes of tides - Describe wave characteristics This lesson is differentiated using hard, harder, hardest tasks. This lesson has knowledge checks with a self assessment opportunity
Geography AQA 1-9 Paper 3 fieldwork and pre-release
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Geography AQA 1-9 Paper 3 fieldwork and pre-release

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This is a revision booster lesson for AQA GCSE students. It has examiners tips, case studies and skills. I used this with my year 11s on the lead up to the exams and they loved it. They found it REALLY helpful. Fieldwork focus is 2 main areas Human QOL in urban areas Coastal mamangmet and its effect on coastal erosion at Walton-on-the-Naze.
Climate change and tropical storms
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Climate change and tropical storms

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Climate change and tropical storms Learning objective/WALT (We are learning to): WALT: To examine how climate change influences storms This lesson has knowledge checks with a self assessment opportunities. The use of the AQA GCSE Geography Oxford book should/could be used in conjunction with this lesson.
AQA A level urban climate
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AQA A level urban climate

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This is a fully resourced lesson TEEP style lesson. There is a lot of exam practice within with knowledge checks. The main parts of the lesson include…the urban heat island effect, how the shape of cities affect urban climates with examples, a consideration of London and China’s air quality, photochemical smog, solutions to air quality issues and exam practice. Suggested resources other than those withing include AS/A level Hodder textbook A/S/A level Cambridge textbook To address this part of the SPECIFICATION: 3.2.3.4 Urban climate The impact of urban forms and processes on local climate and weather. Urban temperatures: the urban heat island effect. Precipitation: frequency and intensity. Fogs and thunderstorms in urban environments. Wind: the effects of urban structures and layout on wind speed, direction and frequency. Air quality: particulate and photo-chemical pollution. Pollution reduction policies.
The nutrient cycle
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The nutrient cycle

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The nutrient cycle Can I understand the nutrient cycle? Can I explain the importance of the nutrient cycle on the soil? A mystery lesson aimed at teaching students what the nutrient cycle is and how deforestation affects the nutrient cycle. An assessment task is attached with success critera. All resources for the lesson can be found in the powerpoint.
River processes
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River processes

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River processes including diagrams. LOs: WALT: be able to describe how rivers differ from source to mouth WALT: describe processes that shape rivers Complete with knowledge checks, self assessment, printable worksheets And an assessed peice of work with success criteria.
Pre-release Geography 2019 tropical rainforests
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Pre-release Geography 2019 tropical rainforests

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This is a whole lesson including resources to get student familiar with the GCSE Geography 2019 pre-release on tropical rainforests in Peru. This is for 2019 students who are preparing for paper 3. As the pre-release is on tropical rainforests the lesson is also a good revision tool for Paper 1 section B also. The lessons has knowledge checks based on the pre-release, comprehension questions, typical paper 3 exam questions, some WILF criteria (what I am Looking for) and clear and easy to use lesson powerpoint and word document. Lesson uses TEEP language e.g. prepare for learning, construct meaning, presenting new information, review… Start with students flicking through the pre-release 2019, then complete the quick knowledge check (prepare for learning activity) and review. Go over presenting new information slides including exam tips. Finally allow students to work through the comprehension and exam practice questions or do this same task with your students as a walking talking mock.
AQA GCSE Human paper 2 revision and assessment feedback
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AQA GCSE Human paper 2 revision and assessment feedback

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This autumn my year 11s sat the 2019 human paper as a mock exam. My lessons are TEEP style with We Are Learning to (WALT) learning objectives. I planned a structured revision lesson for section A, B and Section C with the focus on water Q5 for the section C option. One lesson is revision based with targeted retrieval practice questions. I have planned this for the use with the Hodder textbook. However, you could change the page number for another textbook or a revision guide. I have marked all of my papers and then created a feedback lesson on the questions that my students found difficult as well as questions which had common mistakes based on the 2019 examiners report. This feedback includes a Student reflection sheet for each question. In the PPT are common mistakes and what the examiner was looking for. I have also created stella model answers for students to use when reflecting on their questions later, also attached. Enjoy :)
AQA A level urban waste
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AQA A level urban waste

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This is a fully resourced lesson TEEP style lesson. There is a lot of exam practice within with knowledge checks. The main parts of the lesson include…the different types of waste, an evaluation of incineration vs landfill and lots of exam practice opportunities. Suggested resources other than those withing include AS/A level Hodder textbook A/S/A level Cambridge textbook To address this part of the SPECIFICATION: 3.2.3.6 Urban waste and its disposal Urban physical waste generation: sources of waste - industrial and commercial activity, personal consumption. Relation of waste components and waste streams to economic characteristics, lifestyles and attitudes. The environmental impacts of alternative approaches to waste disposal: unregulated, recycling, recovery, incineration, burial, submergence and trade. Comparison of incineration and landfill approaches to waste disposal in relation to a specified urban area.
Britain's varied coastlines
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Britain's varied coastlines

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Britain’s varied coastlines Learning objective/WALT (We are learning to) : WALT: describe and compare Britain’s beaches The main lesson is on Smart Notebook and resources are in PPT format or word. Resources for the lesson saved in the attachment section (paper clip) on the SNB. This lesson has knowledge checks with a self assessment opportunity Students will find that Britain’s beaches vary in terms of rock type, use and popularity.
AQA GGSE Geography Thar Desert revision lesson
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AQA GGSE Geography Thar Desert revision lesson

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A revision lesson for AQA GCSE Desert (living world) for paper 1 section C. Resources are withing the PPT. There is plenty of exam practice and success criteria. Clear assessment for learning and differentiation. Easy to follow with do no activity and exit tickets.
Cause and effect of deforestation in Malaysia- orangutan link
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Cause and effect of deforestation in Malaysia- orangutan link

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Cause and effect of deforestation in Malaysia- orangutan link Learning objective/WALT (We are learning to): WALT: Describe the causes and effects of environmental destruction WALT: Categorise information WALT: Apply knowledge to a cause study This lesson has knowledge checks with a self assessment opportunity as well as an assessment opportunity with success criteria. All resources are included in the PPT.
The importance of Coal in China and debate
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The importance of Coal in China and debate

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The importance of Coal in China and debate Learning objective/WALT (We are learning to): WALT: examine China’s energy consumption This lesson considers China’s use of coal to generate energy and how this happens. Students will then look at the positive and negative effects of using coal. They will then combine class notes and research to create a speech for a debate. The main lesson is on Smart Notebook and resources are in PPT format or word. Resources for the lesson saved in the attachment section (paper clip) on the SNB. This lesson is differentiated using option 1 or option 2 (challenge) self differentiation opportunities.
IBDP Geography Option G: Urban environments
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IBDP Geography Option G: Urban environments

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This is for 6th form IBDP Geopgraphy teachers. This is a group of 8-10 lessons in one PPT with resources. You will need to Oxford course companion booklet and a copy of Geography and integrated approach by David Waugh. All other resources, worksheets, activities can be found in the powerpoint or documents included in this purchase. These group of lessons cover section 1- the varierty of Urban environments including: The characteristics and distribution of urban places, populations and economic activities Characteristics of urban places, including site, function, land use, hierarchy of settlement (including megacities) and growth process (planned or spontaneous) Factors affecting the pattern of urban economic activities (retail, commercial, industrial), including physical factors, land values, proximity to a central business district (CBD) and planningland use, site, function There are also part of section 2 Changing urban systems including: Urbanization, natural increase and centripetal population movements, including rural–urban migration in industrializing cities, and inner city gentrification in postindustrial cities Centrifugal population movements, including suburbanization and counterurbanization Finally, there are fieldwork oppertunties built into lessons that can be adapted for different urban areas.
Geographical time line cards for students to sort and record
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Geographical time line cards for students to sort and record

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Start of timeline 4.6 billion years ago to present day. WALT: sort information into sequence. Task: You will each be given a set of cards You will need to discuss the chronological (date) order of these statements. Place them in order of earliest to present day and then record them in your books. You may simplify the statements. Differentiation: bold statements for east of use.
Paper 2 section C water global water consumption
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Paper 2 section C water global water consumption

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Paper 2 section C water global water consumption This is for GCSE Geography students looking a water as their section C option. This lesson is just linked to the consumption and availability of water. Learning objective/WALT (We are learning to): WALT: describe the global water supply WALT: describe the global consumption of water WALT: explain the impacts of water insecurity This lesson has knowledge checks with a self assessment opportunities. The last page is a ‘fill out student sheet’ if you are running short on time.