An extended powerpoint that includes a large range of activities all to do with exploring the problem of the fashion industry, based around the recent BBC documentary ‘Fashion’s Dirty Secrets’. Activities can be taken from it to make 1-2 lessons, or if watching the documentary, it could be used as a mini scheme of work.
Video - slides and worksheet to accompany the documentary ‘Fashion’s Dirty Secrets’;
Impacts – a statement sorting activity around the environmental, social and economic impacts of the fashion industry
Glossary activity - key words and terminology from the documentary
Persuasive writing activity – persuading an MP to act on the fashion industry
Mapping fashion activity – plotting the areas affected by the fashion industry
Bar chart activity – plotting the world’s biggest textile exporters
Role play activity – looking at each person’s opinion from all aspects of the fashion industry
Campaign – create and design a new item of clothing that is ecofriendly
Sweatshops – a series of activities based around another controversial aspect of the fashion industry: sweatshops and child labour
A comprehensive set of 12 lessons to follow "The Challenge of Resource Management’ unit, with the option of ‘Energy’ selected from the choice element. All resources, links and worksheets and written within the powerpoints for convenience. Activities contain a range of skills, text, and research tasks as well as structured exam practice
A detailed lesson that explores the meaning of ecotourism and how it can help communities.
A starter on the meaning of ecotourism
A comparison task looking at mass tourism vs ecotourism
A comprehension task on a real Amazon eco-lodge (info and worksheet both provided)
A design-your-own ecolodge task, including success criteria
A final task which questions some of the negatives of ecotourism
All resources and worksheets are included within the powerpoint.
Lesson covers the different types of hazard, describing hazard distribution, and graphing different types of hazards.
Activities include describing a map, plotting bar charts, and brainstorming.
All worksheets and answers included within the ppt.
A series of 8 lessons that cover:
The UK’s history of glaciation
Landforms of erosion
landforms of deposition
Tourism in glaciated areas
The impact of climate change in glaciated areas
The hazard of avalanches and how it is managed
All activities and worksheets are included within the powerpoints.
This scheme of work is suitable for KS3, KS4 and as a starting point for KS5.
Lesson covers the idea of goods and services and which ones exist in the rainforest
Activities include statement sorting, note taking and exam question practice
All resources and worksheets included within the ppt
Lesson covers the UK’s global links, links to the Commonwealth, and links to the EU
Activities include describing maps and coding statements into positives and negatives
All resources included within the ppt
Lesson covers the location of oil in Nigeria and the pros and cons of having companies such as Shell and Unilever investing in infrastructure
Activities include describing locations from a map, analysing pros and cons, and exam practice
All resources included within the ppt
A fully resourced lesson that covers:
different types of beaches and their characteristics
definition of succession and the succession of a sand dune system (psammosere)
Powerpoint includes colourful images, diagrams and useful video links, and includes a clear worksheet that students can complete throughout the lesson and create a final resource that is easy to revise from.
A fully resourced lesson that covers the sequence of formation of spits, bars and tomobolos. Clear pictures and diagrams included throughout.
A3 worksheet contained within the ppt for students to have and complete during the lesson. This will create a clear revision resource which they can easily use to consolidate learning and prepare for exams.
Lesson covers theory behind the global circulation model. Students have a clear A3 worksheet to fill in throughout the lesson to give them a clear and detailed revision sheet for the exams.
Worksheet included within the ppt.
An overview of the UK’s relief, geology (including definitions of key rock types), landscapes (e.g. national parks) and cities.
Activities include labelling maps, describing maps, and fast knowledge recall.
All worksheets included within the ppt. An atlas with a UK map and geology map may be helpful (images included in ppt if not).
Lesson covers the causes of deforestation (using Bruce Parry’s DVD ‘The Amazon’) and analyses the impacts on nature, people and the economy
Activities include watching a DVD (episodes and times noted), coding statements and describing impacts
All worksheets and resources included within the ppt
Describes instruments for measuring the weather (thermometer, rain gauge, wind vane, barometer etc)
Scavenger hunt activity
Beaufort scale activity
Homework and plenary
Activities and sheets included within the powerpoint
Survey with questions that address a variety of aspects of your daily life and calculate a score to estimate how much carbon you produce
Includes summary questions that address how you could alter your carbon footprint, and also question the validity/accuracy of the carbon footprint survey