This is a detailed case study of how human activity impacts on the River Tees. I t has a video that show the River Tees from source to mouth. There are questions and full marks schems which I have devised
Pleas see my page for all my OCR GCSE Geography 9-1 A.
it works for any GCSE board.
This is a brand new resource which is ideal for most GCSE syllabus or extremely able KS3 students. THESE also contain the relevant SOW and GCSE Progress Checks.
It is a full unit of work coasts. All of the lessons are place based on The Holderness Coast.
It examines geomorphic processes such as erosion, transportation, mass movement and weathering.
It looks in detail about the difference in waves, how waves form and the different landforms that they create
It clearly demonstrates the formation of all required coastal landforms of erosion and deposition. Again using real life examples at Holderenss to illustrate this.
It looks at why the Holderness Coast is so vulnerable to erosion and the impact that this has.
It has an extraordinarily well researched piece of work on how the Holderness Coast is protected from erosion. It uses detalied place based locations such as Withernsea, Hornsea, Bridlington and Mappleton.
Finally, it looks at the positive and negative impacts that human activity is having/has had on Holdereness. This includes a very detailed study of the impact of sea defences at Mappleton. The effect of climate change, using data and articles from The British geological Survey, It examines the impacts of Sites of Special Scientific interest at places such as Hornsea Mere
It gives access to my unique tool Steps to Success which massively helps students structure their answer for high tariff questions. There are videos, GCSE questions and brand new and most up to date research.
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Lesson 1- Geomorphic processes at Holderness
Lesson 2- Detailed study of waves and their impact at Holderness.
Lesson 3 Why is Holderness so disitnctive? Including geological maps, reason for accelerated rates of eroison. Landforms at Flamborough Head , Spurn Head etc
Lesson 4 A detailed place based study of the types of sea defences found at various towns and villages along the coast and the impact of them
Lesson 5- The impact of Human activity on Holderness, including sea defences Sites of Special Scientific Interest , climate change
This PowerPoint has everything is needed for an in depth study of The Great Barrier Reef case study for OCR. It is robustly researched. It has many GCSE questions including long answer questions and mark schemes. It has videos exam board supported videos. It contains location of reefs, food webs, symbiosis of zooxanthellae and Coral polyps. It has a section on why reefs are valuable , the threats to them and a detailed case study on how they are being managed
This is a brand new SOW that studies many aspects of Asia. THERE is A SOW and GCSE style Progress Check included.
It is current and contemporary.
It contains lots of new and up top date research, which uses a myriad of data presentation types.
There are GCSE questions and strategies to help answer them.
There are lots of different activities, many of which are demanding and require independent thought.
Where is Asia?
Causes and effects of tsunamis , using The Boxing Day/Japanese tsunami as detailed case studies.
The impacts of tourism on Thailand.
Causes and effects of The Monsoon in India
Where are the Asian tropical rainforests?
Why are the Asian rainforests valuable?
How can we protect Asian rainforests ?
The problems of rising population in Mumbai
How does rising population in Mumbai affect quality of life?
Comparing development in an AC (Japan) and an LIDC Afghanistan
What are the benefits and challenges of building the Three Gorges Dam?
How does oil influence development? Using oil in Dubai nas a case study.
This is a series of lessons for OCR and AQA
It includes diversity in The UK
Causes of uneven development in The UK
Urban decline and regeneration Case study The Lea Valley London
Demographic Transition Model
Population Pyramids UK
Migration in The UK
Urban trends , urbanisation/ counter-urbanisation and suburbanisation
All are well researched with many activities
Lots of top class and relevant videos
GCSE questions that hit all the Assessment Objectives with mark schemes
As London Docklands case study is now outdated this solves all your problems.
Its a new case study on The Lea Valley regeneration. Its very well researched. Has all the pros and cons of the regeneration There are maps, videos a long answer GCSE question and a mark scheme too,
This is ideal for GCSE. It has the Geology of the this coastline. It has essential facts and figures which allows students to clearly locate the study area. It explains why the coastline is unique. It has many graphs and maps which show the different rates of erosion at this coastline.. It also explains longshore drift.
Finally, there is a news paper article which describes the effects of erosion..
This is a top class resource There is a lesson giving an overview of all the world’s main ecosystems.
There are two lessons on Tropica rainforests which give all of the major processes such as interdependance, rainfall cycle and nutrient cycle.
There is a very detailed case study on the value of the Peruvian Rainforest, the threats to it and a case study of Purus manu
Superb videos on this
There is a very detailed lesson on The Andros Reef with processes such as symbiosis, food webs. Again there is information on the value of the reef , threats to it and management strategies. Again great videos
This lesson is based around the lower/SEN ability.
There are lots of resources/writing frame to support children
Most up to date information too. It includes maps , land use and human activity such as sheep farming, Tees Barrage , Cow Green Reservoir and tourism
This is a set five lessons that would be ideal for GCSE or KS3
How did Planet Earth form?
What are plate tectonics and continental drift?
What are volcanoes ?
What were the effects of Mount St Helen Eruption
Two detailed case studies on comparing the effects of a tropical storm on an LIDC (Vanuatu Cyclone Pam) and an Advanced country USA Katrina
There are GCSE style questions with mark schemes
and videos attached.
This is a brand new scheme of work on coasts which is ideal for KS3 and weaker KS4 students.
it is completely place based on the Holderness Coast.
It has key word glossary exercises for many of the lessons.
The research is current, relevant and comes from reputable sources such as Natural England and SSSIs.
There are a wide variety of GCSE questions. My steps to success breakdown of questions is a top class tool in helping students breakdown what is required to successfully answer high tariff questions. There are many images and videos. There is a very good DME exercise on protecting the coast as well.
Lesson One/Two- Geomorphic processes including weathering/erosion/mas movement/longshore drift.
Lesson 3/4- Waves including difference between constructive/destructive waves and their impact on Holderness
Lesson 5/6 landforms of erosion at Holderness including Flamborough Head and Bridlington Bay (geology maps included).
Lesson 7 landforms of deposition featuring Spurn Head.
Lesson 8 why is the Holderness Coast so vulnerable to cliff collapse?
Lesson 9- what is the impact of cliff collapse at Holderness?
Lesson 10 How is the Holderness Coast protected - hard/soft engineering
Lesson 11-DME where should we protect at Holderness
Lesson12/13- What is human impact at Holderness including SSSIs/climate change/sea defences
This is a whole SOW. There are videos , questions, 8 homeworks , a SOW $ assessments with marks schemes
Energy in the UK
Plastic in our oceans
Mecahanisation in farming
This is a brand new pair of lessons on the Andros Reef/Peruvian Rainforests.
They work ideally for OCR , but can be used for AQA
They fir in with the new Ofsted Framework which is moving towards more and deeper questioning and less teacher input
Both contain detailed examples
Key processes ,nutrient/water cycle, interdependence, food webs
Threats to both
Value of both to people and the planet
Sustainable management strategies and their impact
Lots of brand new case study detail
I have some first rate revision booklets too all for OCR which are way superior to the board recommended ones.
There are two levels Higher Booklet and Intermediate Booklet
These are on my site here
Schools results support the effectiveness of these
This looks at the anatomy of a volcano. Discusses key points such as active , dormant, extinct. It looks at shield and composite cones. There is a detailed case study on Soufriere Hills eruption. there is a GCSE question and mark schems. there are videos attached
This meets all of the requirements of Landscapes of The UK for GCSE OCR.
It contains highly detailed case studies of human impact Holderness Coast and the River Tees. It contains river and coastal landforms. The effects of glaciation etc. There are GCSE questions for all board assessment objectives with their own mark schemes. There are video links too
This is a very detailed Power Point on how human activity has impacted on the Holdeness Coast.
It looks at sea defences such as groynes and seas walls. Also, the impact of ad hoc sea defences. There is also a section on SSSI at Spurn Point and Hornsea.
Finally, for OCR candidates, there is an 8 mark question
which is supported by a mark scheme which outlines the three level of Simple, Developed and Well Devloped
This resource identifies what is meant by development. It uses The IMF classifications that OCR GCSE use. It gives examples of ACs , LIDC's and EDC's . It classifies the different types of development _Social, economic, sustainable. It goes into the different indicators of development such as life expectancy etc
It examines the different measures of development HDI, GNI etc
There are GCSE questions and mark schemes.
The new OCR Revision Guide is not out until March 2018. These are the first five units of work
Landscapes of The UK
People of The UK
Environmental Challenges to The UK
People of the planet
All have very detailed case studies
These include Leeds , The River Tees and The Holderness Coast. urban regeneration The Lea Valley London. local scale sustainable energy project-Leeds
The Great Barrier Reef and The Peruvian Amazon.
There is over 40 hours of work in these. The level of detail takes candidates into The Well Developed and Thorough part of the mark Scheme.
These are a series of five lessons the majority with case studies.
They cover poverty
famine and drought in the Horn of Africa
Kibera and poverty
Africa a land of contrasts
Tourism in Kenya
The causes and effects of urban to rural migration in Africa
Each are researched up to GCSE standard, but can be easily be used for KS3 too
There are videos to support this SOW