This resource comes with an expense report template which can be changed to any city/country/shanty town, does not have to stay as Kibera. Also comes with a sheet of items/ideas on how to improve shanty towns/slums. This is generic and is not specific to one place. Great resource to get students thinking, get involved in group-work and prioritise. Done this many times with students and they are always super engaged :)
This card sort is perfect for a mystery task/card sort on rural-urban migration. Focuses on a woman called Olive and why she moved from rural Kenya to Nairobi. Facts are about Nairobi and is suitable for KS3 or KS4 if using Nairobi as a case study for RUM.
Great rivers revision A3 sheet for students either as homework/revision/go through in class. Covers all areas of River Landscapes of the UK. Also includes Rivers Key Word Bingo and some consolidation questions
A3 sheet designed to help students with revision for Coastal Landscapes of the UK topic for AQA. Lots of different exercises. Two available - one with some answers already in, one with no answers in. Also an extra sheet with some consolidation questions.
This resource is perfect for geography teachers wishing to implement metacognitive thinking skills into their lessons. The activity focuses on a mystery where students must come up with a story of why Hari moved to Mumbai. This is a great activity to get students thinking and is fun because there is no right answer!
A spin on the popular ‘heads up’ game. Focused on the first section of AQA Unit 2 - Urban Issues and Challenges. Cards need cut up and a full set is given to each pair/group. Students take turns putting one card on their head without seeing it, the other people in the group must try to explain the key words so the person with it on their head can guess the correct answer. Some have additional challenge questions.
Unit 1 AQA Geography GCSE exam-style questions. 50+ questions ranging from 2-9 mark questions. Good to give as homework, revision or to work through in class.
Based off the popular game ‘heads up’, this spin uses key words from the first unit of the AQA geography course for physical geography. The words need cut up and each group/pair gets a full set, students put a card on their head and their partner/people in their group need to explain what the keyword is
Fun starter activity to get your students brains working and is a good use of thinking skills! Odd one out activity on rural-urban migration perfect for KS3! Has an emphasis on Mumbai but could be edited for any case study! Students have to circle what they think is the odd one out, good opportunity to start a class discussion. There can be more than one right answer but it is important that you ask the students why they chose what they did. Good opportunity to ask your students to justify their options.
Differentiated task focusing on longshore drift. There are 3 different worksheets so perfect for a mixed ability GCSE class. The worksheet is designed so students can develop their knowledge of the following key words: transportation, sediment, swash, backwash, spit and prevailing wind.
Get your students interested and excited about longshore drift by using this GeoTweet template to encourage students to write a tweet for homework, explaining the process of longshore drift. This can be challenging as students only have 280 characters to use as many key words as they can!