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Bath based Geography teacher. Teaching for 4 years. Planning new, engaging lessons.

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Cold Environments Assessment
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Cold Environments Assessment

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Cold Environments - End of Unit Assessment AQA GCSE>Living with the physical environment>The living world>Cold Environments 29 marks. 5 questions with resource sheet and mark scheme/grade boundaries/AFL included. Easy to mark. First planned and taught: June 2017 My lessons are planned and taught using Smart Notebook, but a pdf is also included.
AQA PAPER 3 REVISION GUIDE 2018
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AQA PAPER 3 REVISION GUIDE 2018

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A revision guide to help prepare your students for Paper 3 - Geographical Applications. AQA Section A - Issue Evaluation (Based on the UK Water Security Pre-release booklet) Glossary of Key Terms Mapping Task Short Practice Questions (25 marks total) Abingdon Reservoir Analysis. Advantages/Disadvantage and Stakeholder Summary 2 x 9 mark Abingdon Reservoir Practice Questions, with guidance on how to get 9 marks Section B - Fieldwork. Your fieldwork locations are unique to your school. Human Fieldwork Summary Task Human Fieldwork exam questions Physical Fieldwork Summary Task Physical Fieldwork exam questions PDF and SMART NOTEBOOK file if you’d like to make some changes. Good Luck
Franklin's Northwest Passage
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Franklin's Northwest Passage

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Title: Can a painting kill someone? Aim: To chart Sir John Franklin's expedition of the fabled Northwest Passage and find out what happened to Franklin and his crew. This is a lesson I've always wanted to plan and teach having studied Franklin when I was at Royal Holloway University. (You'll see the link in the lesson). I'm a Geography teacher, but this could be easily taught as a History, Art, English or PSHE lesson. I teach it at the end of Year 9, as part of the AQA Geography GCSE and will be included in my Cold Environments bundle. The lesson is designed for students aged 14 and over and should not be taught by an inexperienced teacher, due to the subject matter of mental health, suicide... and cannibalism. PGCE students turn back... My lessons are planned and taught using Smart Notebook, but a PDF is also included. First planned and taught - July 2017
Long Profile and Cross Profile
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Long Profile and Cross Profile

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Title: Source to Mouth or Bank to Bank? Aim: To describe and explain the long profile and changing cross profile of a river and its valley. AQA GCSE > Living with the Physical Environment > Physical Landscapes in the UK > River Landscapes in the UK. (But should cover most new GCSE specs) Panned and first taught: May 2017 This lesson covers drainage basins, long profile, channel cross profile and valley cross profile. Tasks include map skills and exam questions. All resources are included, no specific text book is required. Thanks for looking. (Please note. My lessons are planned and taught using smart notebook, but a powerpoint version of the lesson is included.)
Flooding - Soft Engineering
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Flooding - Soft Engineering

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Title: What is Soft Engineering? Aim: To evaluate 4 soft engineering flood management strategies. AQA GCSE > Living with the Physical Environment > Physical Landscapes in the UK > River Landscapes in the UK. (But should cover most new GCSE specs) First Taught - June 2017 My lessons are planned and taught using Smart Notebook, but a pdf is also included. If you like this lesson the whole unit (14 lessons) is available as a bundle for just £6.
Uneven Development - Wealth and Health
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Uneven Development - Wealth and Health

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Lesson Title: What are the impacts of the development gap? Aim: To ascertain how uneven levels of development have led to disparities in wealth and health. Challenges in the Human Environment > The Changing Economic World > The Development Gap Textbook: GCSE Geography AQA (Oxford University Press) - Fairly important for the lesson, but there's a range of activities here, so you could easily work around it. Planned: March 2017 Any feedback appreciated. Thank you for looking.
Reducing the Development Gap - Investment, Industrial Development and Tourism
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Reducing the Development Gap - Investment, Industrial Development and Tourism

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Lesson Title: Mind the Gap! Aim: To explore how investment, industrial development and tourism can help to reduce the development gap. Challenges in the Human Environment > The Changing Economic World > The Development Gap There's a wide range of activities here, therefore textbook not required for the lesson: GCSE Geography AQA (Oxford University Press) Planned: March 2017 Thank you for looking. Please Note. My lessons are planned and taught using Smart Notebook, but a Powerpoint version is also included.
Introduction to Development
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Introduction to Development

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Lesson Title: What is Development? Aim: To identify global variations in economic development and quality of life. AQA GCSE 2017 Challenges in the Human Environment > The Changing Economic World > The Development Gap Textbook: GCSE Geography AQA (Oxford University Press) - Not Essential for the lesson. Planned: March 2017 Thank you for looking. If these lessons prove popular I'll upload the whole unit.
Meanders and Oxbow Lakes
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Meanders and Oxbow Lakes

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Title: What fluvial landforms occur in the middle course of rivers? Aim: To describe the characteristics of Meanders and Oxbow Lakes and explain their formation. AQA GCSE > Living with the Physical Environment > Physical Landscapes in the UK > River Landscapes in the UK. (But should cover most new GCSE specs) This is classic Geography, but the lesson provides students (and you) with everything needed to tackle any exam question on either meanders or oxbow lakes. Also included is a really useful revision sheet, which summarises the lot. My lessons are planned and taught with Smart Notebook, but a PDF is also included. Thanks for looking.
River Landscapes in the UK
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River Landscapes in the UK

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This is a bundle of 13 lessons and covers the "River Landscapes in the UK" specification from the new AQA GCSE. Includes Homeworks. Also included is the UK Physical Landscapes lesson, (upland and lowland areas). This can be taught before rivers or coasts units, but makes more sense to be taught before rivers. This unit took well over 50 hours to plan, so please save yourself some time... (and buy me a beer). My lessons are planned and taught using Smart Notebook, but PDFs or Powerpoints are also included. The examples used are: The River Severn and Bath's Flood Defence Scheme. Thanks for looking.
Adaptation in Cold Environments
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Adaptation in Cold Environments

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Title: How have plants and animals adapted to life in cold environments? Aim: To give named examples of ways both plants and animals have adapted to life in cold environments and to discuss issues relating to biodiversity. AQA GCSE>Living with the physical environment>The living world>Cold Environments First planned and taught: June 2017 My lessons are planned and taught using Smart Notebook, but a pdf is also included.
Value of Cold Environments
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Value of Cold Environments

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Title: Why should Cold Environments be protected? Aim: To explain why Alaska is valuable as a wilderness area and be able to advocate for protection of this fragile environment. Stand alone lesson, fully resourced. AQA GCSE>Living with the physical environment>The living world>Cold Environments First planned and taught: June 2017 My lessons are planned and taught using Smart Notebook, but a pdf is also included.
Nigeria and China
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Nigeria and China

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Title: Nigeria - Haunted by the past of exicted by the future? Aim: To explain how Nigeria's economic and political relationships with the wider world have changed and outline the characteristics of these relationships. AQA GCSE>Challenges in the Human Environment>The Changing Economic World>NEE Case Study This fully resourced lesson outlines Nigeria's history from slavery through to the 2015 elections. There's then a data presentation/mapping exercise to illustrate Nigeria's existing international trade partners and finally a focus on Chinese investment in Africa. First planned and taught: September 2017 My lessons are planned and taught using Smart Notebook, but PDFs are also included for those that don't use SMART.
Human and Physical Causes of Flooding
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Human and Physical Causes of Flooding

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Title: Flooding -Who's to Blame? Aim: To identify physical and human causes of flooding and introduce hydrographs. AQA GCSE > Living with the Physical Environment > Physical Landscapes in the UK > River Landscapes in the UK. (But should cover most new GCSE specs) This will take you two lessons. It covers the hydrological cycle with key terms, human and physical causes of flooding and finally storm hydrographs, again with key terms. I appreciate not everyone uses Smart Notebooks so a PDF of the lesson is included, as is a HOMEWORK. Thanks for looking.
Uneven Development - Migration
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Uneven Development - Migration

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Lesson Title: What's Migration? Aim: To explain how uneven levels of development lead to migration. Challenges in the Human Environment > The Changing Economic World > The Development Gap There's a wide range of activities here, therefore textbook not required for the lesson: GCSE Geography AQA (Oxford University Press) Planned: March 2017 Any feedback appreciated. Thank you for looking.
UK's Uplands, Lowlands and Rivers
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UK's Uplands, Lowlands and Rivers

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Title: Where are the UK's uplands, lowlands and rivers? Aim: To identify the relief and landscapes of the UK. AQA GCSE > Living with the Physical Environment > Physical Landcapes in the UK > UK Physical Landscapes. (But could be easily adapted for KS3 or a decent cover lesson) Planned and Taught May 2017 This is that strange line of the spec which sits above Rivers and Coasts. We've decided to teach it before Rivers, but it would make just as much sense to teach it before you start Coasts. I've done my best to 'sex up' a part of the spec that has Gove written all over it. The lesson therefore starts with some 'ubergeography', which is designed to prompt class discussion, then your students can crack on with the map work. You'll need an Atlas. Thanks for looking. Please note. My lessons are planned and taught using smart notebook, but a powerpoint version is also included here.
Cold Environments
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Cold Environments

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This is a bundle of 11 lessons and covers the "Cold Environments" option from the new AQA GCSE. Includes Homeworks and an end of unit assessment. Also included is a lesson on Sir John Franklin's mission to discover the Northwest Passage. It's not in the spec, but I've always wanted to plan and teach it. This unit took well over 50 hours to plan, so please save yourself some time... (and buy me a beer). My lessons are planned and taught using Smart Notebook, but PDFs are also included. The Case Study used for development opportunities and challenges is ALASKA. Please note: A couple of these lessons require the Arctic with Bruce Parry DVD. (£6-7 from Amazon). It's excellent. Thanks for looking.
Measuring Development
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Measuring Development

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Lesson Title: How do we measure development? Aim: To assess the reliability of different development indicators and introduce the Human Development Index (HDI) AQA GCSE 2017 - Includes exam style homework. Challenges in the Human Environment > The Changing Economic World > The Development Gap Textbook: GCSE Geography AQA (Oxford University Press) - Fairly essential for the lesson, but you could work around it. Planned: March 2017 Thank you for looking. If these lessons prove popular I'll upload the whole unit. Any feedback appreciated.
Development Challenges in Alaska
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Development Challenges in Alaska

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Title: Why isn't everyone rushing to Alaska? Aim: To create a video outlining 4 challenges to development in Alaska. HOMEWORK INCLUDED - 9 Mark case study question with plan. (Same as previous lesson, but now it's time to set it). Worth knowing... This lesson has two parts. The first part is a game I designed which the kids love and you'll use over and over again. This alone can take a lesson. The second part requires them to make group videos outlining challenges to development. We have flip cams at my school, but the students could use their phones. Lego/playdough also helps. AQA GCSE>Living with the physical environment>The living world>Cold Environments First planned and taught: June 2017 My lessons are planned and taught using Smart Notebook, but a pdf is also included.
Franklin's Northwest Passage - FREE
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Franklin's Northwest Passage - FREE

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Title: Can a painting kill someone? Aim: To chart Sir John Franklin's expedition of the fabled Northwest Passage and find out what happened to Franklin and his crew. This is a lesson I've always wanted to plan and teach having studied Franklin when I was at Royal Holloway University. (You'll see the link in the lesson). I'm a Geography teacher, but this could be easily taught as a History, Art, English or PSHE lesson. I teach it at the end of Year 9, as part of the AQA Geography GCSE and the full version will be included in my Cold Environments bundle or for £3 seperately. The lesson is designed for students aged 14 and over and should not be taught by an inexperienced teacher, due to the subject matter of mental health, suicide... and cannibalism. PGCE students turn back... My lessons are planned and taught using Smart Notebook, but a PDF is also included. First planned and taught - July 2017