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I have been teaching Geography for the past 7 years. I have prepared candidates for both O Level and A Level exams with an excellent track record. Over the years I have gathered in depth understanding of the subject. This has enabled me to produce material that is up to CIE standards. The best topical analysis of IGCSE Geography, based on the CIE RAG test. The topics include answered CIE past paper questions arranged topically. Ideal for both teacher and student preparation for O Level exams

I have been teaching Geography for the past 7 years. I have prepared candidates for both O Level and A Level exams with an excellent track record. Over the years I have gathered in depth understanding of the subject. This has enabled me to produce material that is up to CIE standards. The best topical analysis of IGCSE Geography, based on the CIE RAG test. The topics include answered CIE past paper questions arranged topically. Ideal for both teacher and student preparation for O Level exams
Environmental research and data collection
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Environmental research and data collection

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Strictly follows the A-level Cambridge Environmental management new syllabus for examinations from 2022. A great resource for both teachers and students- a remedy since Cambridge has no resource yet for this syllabus. It is also useful for any environmental studies, Biology and even Geography at all levels. This resource covers- The scientific method Formulate hypotheses Characteristics of Hypothesis Design investigations in which variables are controlled and quantitative results are collected dependent and independent variable Interpret data to determine whether they support or refute the hypothesis being tested Explain how limitations in the measurement of data lead to uncertainty in the results understanding that a hypothesis that is consistently supported by investigation and observation can become a theory Environmental research in the context of climate change reliable and bias how historical data have developed how bias has led to the misuse of scientific data how unreliable data has led to false reporting of scientific conclusions Collection of environmental data Sampling strategies how random sampling and systematic sampling strategies aim to ensure samples are well distributed with a low risk of bias factors influencing the suitability of random sampling or systematic sampling strategies for different studies techniques used to collect sample data Quadrats (open frame Grid and point) Pitfall traps Sweep nets Beating tray kick sampling Light traps Capture-mark-recapture water turbidity Questionnaires Interviews benefits and limitations of each sampling technique listed population size using the Lincoln index biodiversity using the Simpson’s index of diversity abundance using quadrat data The use of technology in data collection and analysis Remote sensing Radio tracking Computational Modeling What Is Crowdsourcing? ‘big data’ Big data challenges benefits and limitations of the analysis of big data
Introduction to environmental management
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Introduction to environmental management

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Strictly follows the A-level Cambridge Environmental management new syllabus for examinations from 2022. A great resource for both teachers and students- a remedy since Cambridge has no resource yet for this syllabus. It is also useful for any environmental studies, Biology and even Geography at all levels. This resource covers- continents of the world oceans of the world income groups sustainability need for sustainable development water cycle the structure and composition of the Atmosphere**
Physical Geography - Hydrology and fluvial geomorphology
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Physical Geography - Hydrology and fluvial geomorphology

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Great material for both teacher and student preparing for As and A-level Geography. It covers evereveryy topic required by the Cambridge syllabus for this unit. Accompanied by pictures. 144 slides in pdf format that can easily be converted back to PowerPoint. The material is still useful for O-Level and IGCSE or generally for the study of Hydrology and fluvial geomorphology and rivers. Some of the topics include: Drainage basin systems The hydrological cycle The storm hydrograph Factors affecting the shape of the storm hydrograph River Channel processes River landforms River sedimentation and deposition Patterns of flow Channel types Human impacts on hydrology Flooding - causes and amelioration
Earthquakes and volcanoes
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Earthquakes and volcanoes

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Based on the CIE standards, perfect for both teacher and student, especially those preparing for final IGCSE Geography exams. It is also embeded with well answered CIE past paper questions from the same topic. Subtopics; shield volcanic, cone volcano, types of volcano, distribution of volcanoes, natural hazards, impacts of earthquakes and volcanoes, managing earhquakes and volcanoes
Industry
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Industry

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Based on the CIE standards, perfect for both teacher and student, especially those preparing for final IGCSE Geography exams. It is also embeded with well answered CIE past paper questions from the same topic. Subtopics; industrial system, inputs, outputs and processes, types of industries, secondary industry, manufacturing industry, hi-tech industry, factors affecting location of industry, agglomeration, industrial estates
Water management
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Water management

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Strictly follows the A-level Cambridge Environmental management new syllabus for examinations from 2022. A great resource for both teachers and students- a remedy since Cambridge has no resource yet for this syllabus. It is also useful for any environmental studies, Biology and even Geography at all levels. This resource covers- *The impacts of water insecurity Strategies for managing water security
Population density and distribution
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Population density and distribution

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Based on the CIE standards, perfect for both teacher and student, especially those preparing for final IGCSE Geography exams. It is also embeded with well answered CIE past paper questions from the same topic. Subtopic; factors affecting population density and distribution, population pyramid, ageing population, youthful population, dependency ratio, economically active, old dependency
Human Geography- Settlement Dynamics
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Human Geography- Settlement Dynamics

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Great material for both teacher and student preparing for As and A-level Geography. It covers evereveryy topic required by the Cambridge syllabus for this unit. Accompanied by pictures. 73 slides in pdf format that can easily be converted back to PowerPoint. The material is still useful for O-Level and IGCSE or generally for the study of settlement dynamics. Some of the topics include: Basic terminologies Changes in rural settlements Changing rural environments in HICs Contemporary issues in rural settlements in LICs Urban trends and issues Causes of urbanisation Suburbanization Counter urbanisation Reurbanization Gentrification Global cities Changing structure of urban settlements Factors affecting location of urban activities (manufacturing and retailing) The changing cbd Residential segregation Management of urban settlement
Physical Geography - Atmosphere and Weather
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Physical Geography - Atmosphere and Weather

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Great material for both teacher and student preparing for As and A-level Geography. It covers evereveryy topic required by the Cambridge syllabus for this unit. Accompanied by pictures. 122 slides in pdf format that can easily be converted back to PowerPoint. The material is still useful for O-Level and IGCSE or generally for the study of Atmosphere and weather. Some of the topics include: Basic terminologies Layers of the atmosphere Diurnal energy budget Night energy budget Weather phenomena Global energy budget Atmospheric energy Surface winds Wind and pressure belts Ocean currents Pressure cells Fronts Atmospheric moisture Human impact Global warming Urban climate
Urban settlements
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Urban settlements

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Based on the CIE standards, perfect for both teacher and student, especially those preparing for final IGCSE Geography exams. It is also embeded with well answered CIE past paper questions from the same topic
Weather
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Weather

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Based on the CIE standards, perfect for both teacher and student, especially those preparing for final IGCSE Geography exams. It is also embeded with well answered CIE past paper questions from the same topic. weather instruments; rain gauge, thermometer, stevenson screen, barometer, weather station, hygrometer, dry and wet bulb thermometer,
Climate and Natural vegetation
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Climate and Natural vegetation

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Based on the CIE standards, perfect for both teacher and student, especially those preparing for final IGCSE Geography exams. It is also embeded with well answered CIE past paper questions from the same topic. Topics; equatorial climate, hot desert climate, factors affecting climate, rainforest vegetation, causes of deforestation, impacts of deforestation, solutions to deforestation, adaptation of hot desert plants and animals
Human Geography - Population
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Human Geography - Population

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Great material for both teacher and student preparing for As and A-level Geography. It covers evereveryy topic required by the Cambridge syllabus for this unit. Accompanied by pictures. 130 slides in pdf format that can easily be converted back to PowerPoint. The material is still useful for O-Level and IGCSE or generally for the study of human population. Some of the topics include : Basic population terminologies Population growth Components of population change Life expectancy Population policies Population distribution Population structure Population pyramids and interpretation Dependency ratio Demographic transition model Issues of youthful and ageing populations Link between population and development Population-resource relationship Carrying capacity Ecological footprint Causes, impacts and solutions to food shortage Role of technology in resource development Role of constraints in sustaining population Population theories Population management
Managing the atmosphere-photochemical smog and air pollution
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Managing the atmosphere-photochemical smog and air pollution

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Strictly follows the A-level Cambridge Environmental management new syllabus for examinations from 2022. A great resource for both teachers and students- a remedy since Cambridge has no resource yet for this syllabus. It is also useful for any environmental studies, Biology and even Geography at all levels. This resource covers- Photochemical smog The impacts of photochemical smog Managing air pollution
Managing water supplies
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Managing water supplies

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Strictly follows the A-level Cambridge Environmental management new syllabus for examinations from 2022. A great resource for both teachers and students- a remedy since Cambridge has no resource yet for this syllabus. It is also useful for any environmental studies, Biology and even Geography at all levels. This resource covers- The distribution of the Earth’s water Water security The causes of water insecurity
Managing food resources-impacts and solutions to food insecurity
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Managing food resources-impacts and solutions to food insecurity

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Strictly follows the A-level Cambridge Environmental management new syllabus for examinations from 2022. A great resource for both teachers and students- a remedy since Cambridge has no resource yet for this syllabus. It is also useful for any environmental studies, Biology and even Geography at all levels. This resource covers- Impacts of food insecurity Strategies for managing food security
Physical Geography - Rocks and Weathering
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Physical Geography - Rocks and Weathering

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Great material for both teacher and student preparing for As and A-level Geography. It covers evereveryy topic required by the Cambridge syllabus for this unit. Accompanied by pictures. 107 slides in pdf format that can easily be converted back to PowerPoint. The material is still useful for O-Level and IGCSE or generally for the study of Rocks and weathering. Some of the topics include: The structure of the earth Plate tectonics Weathering Types of weathering Controls of weathering Mass movements Causes of mass movements Slope controls Types of mass movements Human impact Reducing impacts of mass movement
IGCSE GEOGRAPHY CASE STUDIES
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IGCSE GEOGRAPHY CASE STUDIES

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Tackling question C in paper 1 dilligently and with practical examples. Suitable for teaching and revision especially for candidate classes. For international schools in Kenya especially and the rest of the world, this well thought out work for you