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Resources by emma_lorraine

My background includes teaching secondary Geography (ages 11-18) for over 8 years, coordinating KS3 Geography, KS4 Geography exam marking with some literacy tutoring in between. With this experience I provide a range of resources - some specifically for KS3 / KS4 / KS5 pupils and some which can be used by the different year groups (with or without editing!) Where possible I will provide both a PDF and an editable Word Document so that you can use and alter as required. Enjoy and thank you!

My background includes teaching secondary Geography (ages 11-18) for over 8 years, coordinating KS3 Geography, KS4 Geography exam marking with some literacy tutoring in between. With this experience I provide a range of resources - some specifically for KS3 / KS4 / KS5 pupils and some which can be used by the different year groups (with or without editing!) Where possible I will provide both a PDF and an editable Word Document so that you can use and alter as required. Enjoy and thank you!
GCSE Geography Fieldwork Revision Sheet
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GCSE Geography Fieldwork Revision Sheet

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GCSE Geography Fieldwork Revision Sheet Includes PDF version and editable Word document This GCSE (KS4) Geography fieldwork revision sheet encourages pupils to summarise and recap the key points from their human and physical geography fieldwork. I use this with my Year 11 pupils to prepare for their Paper 3 AQA GCSE Geography examination. It can be completed independently as a revision or home learning task, or even as a whole class in preparation for their examination. The clear layout summarises their learning for this part of the paper, making revision of this section more manageable. This download includes both a PDF version and an editable Word document. If you like this resource, please take a moment to look at my other resources for KS4 , KS5, KS3 and KS2!
Geography in the News - KS3 / KS4 / KS5 worksheet
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Geography in the News - KS3 / KS4 / KS5 worksheet

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Geography in the News - KS3 / KS4 / KS5 worksheet PDF and editable Word Document included. I have used this worksheet with pupils in KS3, KS4 and KS5. I have found that it worked particularly well with AS/A Level pupils, where pupils have a greater understanding of the interrelationships across different physical and human environments. This worksheet aims to encourage pupils to read around the subject of Geography, promoting a greater interest in current affairs. The worksheet itself makes pupils to give a brief summary of the News Story before really linking this to the Geography curriculum, both topics that are perhaps being studied currently and those from prior learning. Within this resource you will get a PDF copy of the worksheet and an editable Word Document to adapt to your own needs if necessary.
Geographical Enquiry / Investigation - KS3 / KS2
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Geographical Enquiry / Investigation - KS3 / KS2

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Geographical Enquiry / Investigation - KS3 / KS2 Fully adaptable documents with both higher and lower ability resources. A geographical investigation into how nice your school is, following the GCSE steps of a geographical enquiry. Includes pupil-friendly mark scheme (point-marks), teacher level descriptors for the data analysis and conclusions section, home learning tasks and a comprehensive work book that can be used across the teaching of this unit of work. Both higher and lower ability resources have been created and are provided in this download. I find that this works best with my Year 7’s as it allows them to find out about their new school, as well as giving them the opportunity to plan and conduct a geographical enquiry which reflects what is required of them in KS4 and KS5 geography studies. This could also be used with KS2 pupils to give them an insight into secondary school geography and encourage independence in their work. All documents are either Microsoft Word Documents or Microsoft PowerPoint to allow full access and adaptability to your own school.
KS4 Ecosystems Revision Sheet - GCSE AQA Spec - The Living World Unit (Paper 1, Section B)
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KS4 Ecosystems Revision Sheet - GCSE AQA Spec - The Living World Unit (Paper 1, Section B)

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Ecosystems Revision Sheet - GCSE following the AQA specification A3 editable Word Document & A4 PDF included A3 & A4 sized revision sheet that encourages pupils to condense and recap their learning for the AQA GCSE (KS4) Paper 1 exam - Section A - The Living World. It directs KS4 pupils to recap: key terms, location of tropical rainforests / hot deserts, reasons for ecosystem location, nutrient cycling, interrelationships, value/importance of tropical rainforests, opportunities and challenges of hot deserts, desert fringe areas) and tropical rainforests, sustainable management of these ecosystems. Great for a home learning task, revision activity or even to set as cover as pupils should be able to complete independently, with help from class notes and GCSE AQA course text books. This download includes 2 documents which are both the same. They are 2 pages each (only one of these shown in the preview image but both a similar layout). The PDF document is size A4 (easier for pupils to print themselves) and the editable Word Document is size A3 (which is better for pupils to work on).
GCSE Geography Fieldwork Mark Scheme
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GCSE Geography Fieldwork Mark Scheme

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GCSE Geography Fieldwork Mark Scheme Includes both a PDF version and editable Word Document version. A mark scheme for the write-up of GCSE (KS4) fieldwork. A total of 48 marks to be gained, with a clear outline of what pupils should include in their fieldwork write-up from the aim of their study, how they should be presenting and statistically analysing their data to what to include when evaluating the success of both their physical and human geography fieldwork. I use this with my Year 10/11 pupils who are studying AQA GCSE Geography. Although their fieldwork knowledge is tested in the Paper 3 exam, I find pupils understand the process of fieldwork best when having thought through the process written it up themselves. These handy mark schemes are great for outlining exactly what each pupil should include in their human geography and physical geography coursework-style write-up. I have ensured that all key points are covered, based on the examination questions I have seen so far. Adaptable versions are included in this download enabling you to alter to suit your school’s fieldwork or to edit so it can be used with other year groups.