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KS3 and KS4 geography resources created by a teacher with over 15 years experience as HOD in a successful secondary school. Please leave a review on any resources you download. I regularly upload education videos to Youtube - link via Instagram.

KS3 and KS4 geography resources created by a teacher with over 15 years experience as HOD in a successful secondary school. Please leave a review on any resources you download. I regularly upload education videos to Youtube - link via Instagram.
Leeds Case Study Knowledge Organiser
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Leeds Case Study Knowledge Organiser

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Leeds is one of the UK’s main cities and an excellent case study for Geography students. This knowledge organiser brings together all the key information in one place. Perfect for students of the AQA GCSE Geography course, but really useful for other Geography specifications. There are 29 FREE VIDEOS on the Geography Juice Youtube channel to support the use of Leeds as a case study, and the detail is matched in both the videos and the knowledge organiser.
Geography Star 1 of 10
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Geography Star 1 of 10

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There are ten Geography Stars homework and assessment activities which are designed to develop and reward pupil knowledge of places. Supporting the key stage 2 and key stage 3 curriculum demands, it encourages pupils to increase their locational knowledge in a competitive format. Great as a starter, it is anticipated you will set revision as a homework in the previous lesson and quickly assess knowledge at the start of the next geography lesson. Reward pupils who gain each star by giving them star stickers for the front of their books. They could be generic star stickers but it works better when they are purchased bespoke from companies .
Geography Christmas Quiz
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Geography Christmas Quiz

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There are five rounds in the Geography Juice Christmas Quiz. The game can be played in teams or individually and you should expect it to take about an hour to complete. Students use their geographical knowledge and the evidence in the images and information provided to assist their decisions. In the first round, players can gain up to 10 points for naming the 10 famous cities in the photographs. The photos are obscured by a holly branch to make it more of a challenge. In the second round, teams get five clues for the same town or city where a famous musician was born. The first clue is worth 5 points, the next 4, the next 3. Players can hand in 3 answers in total for each five clue game. Answers are handed in in secret. The gamemaster will note down which number clue it was handed in on. You will only find out the answer at the end of each five clue mini round, so it is in each team’s interest to not let the other teams know their answers, even as the clues get easier. There are three mini-rounds, so up to 15 points available. In round three, we play who and where. Teams get a point for each celebrity and a point for each place they are visiting. There are 10 points available. In Round 4, a world country name is displayed, but all the vowels and spaces in the name are missing. It isn’t as easy as it sounds. There is a picture to help with each clue. 10 points are available. Finally, round 5 is the say what you see round. You can let teams call out or run to the front with their answers. Five bonus points are available. Look out for other photo quiz games from Geography Juice. Have a great game!
Impacts of national and international migration on the growth and character of Leeds
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Impacts of national and international migration on the growth and character of Leeds

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How would you describe the character of a major UK city such as Leeds? How have national and international migrants influenced and developed the city’s growth and character? This lesson resource helps students answer these questions. Incorporating a detailed overview of the growth of the city’s clothing industry, national migration is identified as a driving force, before international migrants such as Montague Burton and Michael Marks become involved and join the push. The influence of Jewish, Irish, West Indian, Eastern European and South Asian migrants is included in the study. Along the way, there are activities for students to complete, including categorising the impacts into positives and negatives. This resource is aimed at the AQA GCSE geography course, but could easily be adapted to suit other geography and history courses. There is a 14 min video to support the lesson or for revision.
The causes of desertification
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The causes of desertification

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Pupils find out about six causes of desertification in this differentiated and accessible lesson resource. Six information sheets provide clear information and photographs. These can either be displayed or printed out in colour. (A3 printing works best and pupils can move from table to table investigating). There is a task associated with each information sheet and pupils select from four levels of challenge. In addition to learning about the causes of desertification there is the opportunity to develop literacy and sentence structure.
Hebden Bridge floods – Causes and effects
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Hebden Bridge floods – Causes and effects

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The Boxing Day floods of 2015 were catastrophic for Hebden Bridge and Calderdale as a whole. This lesson explores the causes and then goes on to categorise the effects. Detailed information is provided, considering the influence of precipitation, geology, relief and land use in flood risk. The effects are extensive and grouped socially, economically and environmentally. There is a starter task and activity sheet included to compliment the lesson powerpoint. The resources can be used as a stand alone lesson, as a comparison with other flooding examples or as part of a longer programme of study.
Inequality and urban deprivation in Leeds
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Inequality and urban deprivation in Leeds

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Recognising inequality and urban deprivation in major UK cities is made easier with the colour A3 resource included with this lesson. There is a starter activity which uses photographs from two separate areas of Leeds and encourages students to identify differences. The main activity offers a range of detailed information taken from censuses and other sources to provide the opportunity to recognise inequalities in housing, education, health and employment across the city. An exam question is included to check understanding in the final phase of the lesson. This resource is aimed at the Urban Challenges unit of AQA GCSE geography course, but could easily be adapted to suit other geography courses.
Leeds social and economic opportunities
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Leeds social and economic opportunities

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This detailed lesson helps students understand the social and economic opportunities cities can offer. Eight picture and information resources are provided to be printed in colour and hung around the walls of the classroom, allowing students to research independently and classify the information into social and economic on their activity sheet. Cultural mix, recreation and entertainment, and employment overviews are included, with a final slide providing an example so that students can check their findings. This lesson is aimed at the Urban Challenges module of the AQA GCSE geography course, but could easily be adapted to suit other geography specifications. There is a 6 minute video linked to the lesson which may be used to support understanding or for revision.
Favourable Favela Oracy Lesson
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Favourable Favela Oracy Lesson

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‘No pens’, just word of mouth and teamwork! This lesson will engage all abilities and challenge numeracy and literacy skills. Aimed at geography students, but ideal for English or maths, this is a fun way to learn about how favelas might be improved, make decisions and argue points of view. An ideal lesson as a one-off, an introduction to a unit of work, or a review at the end. Resources are prepared ready for printing in colour.
Masai Visit – An African Adventure
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Masai Visit – An African Adventure

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The Masai’s semi-nomadic way of life has sustained them for centuries. This lesson provides a great opportunity to study their culture and understand how they are able to cope in a challenging environment. The lesson resource can be used in the classroom or at home as an online task or as part of virtual learning. There is combination of information about the Masai, photographs and tasks to complete to develop knowledge.
Urban India - Scheme and Resources
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Urban India - Scheme and Resources

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India’s Urban Environments module - detailed scheme of work and fully resourced with activity sheets and supporting powerpoints. Lesson 1 - India’s main human features Lesson 2 - What is India like? Lesson 3 - Urbanisation and push and pull factors Lesson 4 - What is it like living in Mumbai? Lesson 5 - Life in Dharavi Lesson 6 - Should we just bulldoze down the slums? Lesson 7 and 8 - Homework projects delivered by pupils
Geography Star 2 of 10
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Geography Star 2 of 10

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There are ten Geography Stars homework and assessment activities which are designed to develop and reward pupil knowledge of places. Supporting the key stage 2 and key stage 3 curriculum demands, it encourages pupils to increase their locational knowledge in a competitive format. Great as a starter, it is anticipated you will set revision as a homework in the previous lesson and quickly assess knowledge at the start of the next geography lesson. Reward pupils who gain each star by giving them star stickers for the front of their books. They could be generic star stickers but it works better when they are purchased bespoke from companies.
Geography Star 3 of 10
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Geography Star 3 of 10

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There are ten Geography Stars homework and assessment activities which are designed to develop and reward pupil knowledge of places. Supporting the key stage 2 and key stage 3 curriculum demands, it encourages pupils to increase their locational knowledge in a competitive format. Great as a starter, it is anticipated you will set revision as a homework in the previous lesson and quickly assess knowledge at the start of the next geography lesson. Reward pupils who gain each star by giving them star stickers for the front of their books. They could be generic star stickers but it works better when they are purchased bespoke from companies.
Geography Star 5 of 10
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Geography Star 5 of 10

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There are ten Geography Stars homework and assessment activities which are designed to develop and reward pupil knowledge of places. Supporting the key stage 2 and key stage 3 curriculum demands, it encourages pupils to increase their locational knowledge in a competitive format. Great as a starter, it is anticipated you will set revision as a homework in the previous lesson and quickly assess knowledge at the start of the next geography lesson. Reward pupils who gain each star by giving them star stickers for the front of their books. They could be generic star stickers but it works better when they are purchased bespoke from sticker companies.
Geography Star 7 of 10
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Geography Star 7 of 10

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There are ten Geography Stars homework and assessment activities which are designed to develop and reward pupil knowledge of places. Supporting the key stage 2 and key stage 3 curriculum demands, it encourages pupils to increase their locational knowledge in a competitive format. Great as a starter, it is anticipated you will set revision as a homework in the previous lesson and quickly assess knowledge at the start of the next geography lesson. Reward pupils who gain each star by giving them star stickers for the front of their books. They could be generic star stickers but it works better when they are purchased bespoke from sticker companies.
Geography Star 9 of 10
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Geography Star 9 of 10

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There are ten Geography Stars homework and assessment activities which are designed to develop and reward pupil knowledge of places. Supporting the key stage 2 and key stage 3 curriculum demands, it encourages pupils to increase their locational knowledge in a competitive format. Great as a starter, it is anticipated you will set revision as a homework in the previous lesson and quickly assess knowledge at the start of the next geography lesson. Reward pupils who gain each star by giving them star stickers for the front of their books. They could be generic star stickers but it works better when they are purchased bespoke from sticker companies.
Geography Star 6 of 10
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Geography Star 6 of 10

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There are ten Geography Stars homework and assessment activities which are designed to develop and reward pupil knowledge of places. Supporting the key stage 2 and key stage 3 curriculum demands, it encourages pupils to increase their locational knowledge in a competitive format. Great as a starter, it is anticipated you will set revision as a homework in the previous lesson and quickly assess knowledge at the start of the next geography lesson. Reward pupils who gain each star by giving them star stickers for the front of their books. They could be generic star stickers but it works better when they are purchased bespoke from sticker companies.
Living in a tectonic hazard zone
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Living in a tectonic hazard zone

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This lesson explores the range of reasons why millions of people around the world choose to live in tectonic hazard zones. The lesson starts with a collection of ideas before pupils have the chance to categorise hazards and benefits on the activity sheet included with the lesson. There is a focus upon volcanoes in this lesson and once a definition of a volcano is agreed, the teacher uses the accompanying powerpoint to outline the differences between shield and composite cone volcanoes. People have different attitudes to the tectonic threat and there are many reasons why they choose to live and work in the face of danger. Pupils are given one of three attitudes and an individual background card which will provide a starting point for writing their own account. Guidance is provided in the powerpoint and pupils love this activity. Once they have written their own account, there is an opportunity to share them with the class. By the end of the lesson they will understand some of the many reasons why 600 million people will be living in a tectonic danger zone by 2025.
Location and importance of Leeds in the UK and the wider world
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Location and importance of Leeds in the UK and the wider world

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Leeds is a major city, located in West Yorkshire in the north of England with over 750,000 inhabitants. This lesson explores its role as one of the UK’s top ten major cities. What are the cities features which make it important regionally, nationally and to the wider world? Detailed case study information is included. This resource is aimed at the AQA GCSE geography course, but could easily be adapted to suit other geography courses. There is a 4 min video to support the lesson or for revision.
The issue of waste disposal in Leeds
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The issue of waste disposal in Leeds

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Urban populations produce high amounts of household and commercial waste which creates the challenge of how to manage and dispose of it. This lesson looks at the ways in which Leeds is managing over 300,000 tonnes of household waste each year. With the help of their Recycling and Energy Recovery Facility they are recycling 45% of their waste and send no household waste to landfill. In addition, they are using the waste to create enough energy to power 22,000 homes. This lesson is aimed at the AQA GCSE geography course, but could easily be adapted to suit other geography courses. There is a 4 min video to support the lesson or for revision.