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Volcanoes Knowledge Organiser
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Volcanoes Knowledge Organiser

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Knowledge Organiser - Volcanoes - Tectonic Hazards - KS3 - Geography A knowledge organiser is a document, usually no more than two sides of A4, that contains key facts and information that children need to have a basic knowledge and understanding of a topic. Most knowledge organisers will include: the essential facts about the topic, usually laid out in easily digestible chunks. Happy to answer any questions and feedback welcome… jacobspong@gmail.com
China
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China

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Geography: Will China ever become the ultimate superpower? (Geopolitics; migration; population) This unit is created in line with my personal passion for Geo-politics and Chinese economics. Whist this unit is framed around the varying challenges that may limit China’s ascent to true superpower status it also looks at its opportunities, strengths, and weakness. This unit is one of my favourites to deliver and been streamlined over the last two years. Happy to answer questions and any feedback welcome… jacobspong@gmail.com SoW: L1: Where is China Located? L2: Why is China’s population so large (and how is it changing)? L3: Why is China the world’s factory? L4: Should Zhang-Wei return to his village? L5: Should Ghana loan its land to China? L6: Should China close schools when air pollution is high? L7: Debate: What is China largest Geographical issue? L8: Why Should People Visit China? It is worth noting that some of these lessons require two lessons to be delivered.
Russia
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Russia

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SoW: What is Russia’s Place in the World? L1: Free Download - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/russia-landscape-12470260 This unit is created in line with my personal passion for Geo-Politics. This unit is framed around both the physical and human landscapes within Russia, and the process and systems within them. A conscience effect has also been made to embed dual coding within this SoW, as well as much differentiation and debating. This Unit is my favorite to deliver and and been stream lined over the last two years. Happy to answer questions and any feedback appreciated… jacobspong@gmail.com Dual Coding: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16SBht2iF_k&ab_channel=ResearchED https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsKBWsW2Unw&ab_channel=ResearchED SoW: L1: Why Do the Ural Mountains Shape Russia’s National Identity?  (Free download) L2: Why Do Russians Live in Siberia? L3: Why does Russia have the world’s largest military base at the heart of Europe? L4: Why is Russia so corrupt? L5: How Does Fossil Fuel Production Make Russia More Globally Powerful? L6: What are Russian Attitudes to Homosexuality?  L7: Debate: How can Russia change for the better? It is worth noting that some of these lessons require two lessons to be delivered.
China Knowledge Organiser
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China Knowledge Organiser

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Knowledge Organiser - China - Development - KS3 - Geography A knowledge organiser is a document, usually no more than two sides of A4, that contains key facts and information that children need to have a basic knowledge and understanding of a topic. Most knowledge organisers will include: the essential facts about the topic, usually laid out in easily digestible chunks. Happy to answer any questions and feedback welcome… jacobspong@gmail.com
Globalisation Edexcel A-level
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Globalisation Edexcel A-level

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Edexcel A-level Geography. Topic 1: Globalisation L1 - Free Download - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/technology-globalisation-l1-12316427 This SoW has been created to meet the teaching requirements of Topic 1: Globalisation, which is a component of the Geography Edexcel A-level course. This SoW is designed in detail and is both differentiated and engaging, and allows you to move pupils through content efficiently. As a result, with lessons taking around two hours to deliver and hits the required components of the syllabus (see syllabus code). Made to a high standard and constructed using current research, both dual coding and retrieval practices are at the heart of this unit. A colour scheme also runs throughout to ease both your delivery and students comprehension. This resource is a part of a scheme that covers the entire A-level topic (Globalisation), which can be viewed using the link below. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/edexcel-a-level-geography-globalisation-12316420 L1: FREE - 3.1 - How has globalisation been accelerated through rapid development in technology? L2: 3.2a - How have varying political and economic players accelerated globalisation? L3: 3.2b - How is government policies increasing globalisation? L4: 3.2c - How did China’s Open Door Policy Accelerate Globalisation in the Region? L5: 3.3a/b - Why has globalisation affected some places more than others? L6: 3.3c - Why are some areas switched off from Globalisation? L7: 3.4 - Why have winners and losers been created by globalisation? L8: 3.5 - How has a interconnect globalised world shape migration? L9: 3.6a - What are the impacts of the cultural diffusion of Western culture? L10: 3.6b/c - How has cultural erosion led to changes in the build and natural environment? L11: 3.7 - Has globalisation created a world of economic and environmental extremes? L12: 3.8 - What social tensions have been caused by globalisation? L13: 3.8b/c - How have ‘players’ sort to limit the spread globalisation in certain regions? L14: 3.9 - How has environmentalism led to greater levels of localism? I’m happy to answer any questions you may have prior to purchase and any feedback is of course welcome… jacobspong@gmail.com Useful Readings: https://www.retrievalpractice.org/why-it-works https://www.instructionaldesign.org/theories/dual-coding/ I hope you find this SoW useful. If you have, I have created a series of resources, one for each unit of the Edexcel B Geography course, as well as many KS3 units, all to the same standard. You can check them out here… https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/jacobspong
Middle East Conflict  Knowledge Organiser
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Middle East Conflict Knowledge Organiser

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Knowledge Organiser - Middle East - Conflict - KS3 - Geography A knowledge organiser is a document, usually no more than two sides of A4, that contains key facts and information that children need to have a basic knowledge and understanding of a topic. Most knowledge organisers will include: the essential facts about the topic, usually laid out in easily digestible chunks. Happy to answer any questions and feedback welcome… jacobspong@gmail.com
Earthquakes
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Earthquakes

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Geography: How do Humans Live with Earthquakes? (Edexcel B, Tectonics, Hazardous) This Unit follows the Edexcel B syllabus but has been design to be part of a three year GCSE course. As a result this could be delivered at both KS3 and KS4. This unit is created in line with my personal passion for tectonic hazards in the developing world. This Unit is my favorite to deliver and has been streamlined over the last two years. This SoW work has been differentiated, with with both support and challenge throughout. Retrieval Practice and Duel Coding Theory are incorporated and as well as regular links to other parts of the syllabus, this is in line to my recent academic readings. Geographical and numeracy skill have been planned for. Thanks for looking and any feedback welcome… Useful Readings: https://www.retrievalpractice.org/why-it-works https://www.instructionaldesign.org/theories/dual-coding/ Happy to answer questions and any feedback welcome… jacobspong@gmail.com SoW: L1: What is the structure of the earth? L2: How do earthquakes form? L3: How do Earthquakes effect humans? L4: What made the China, 2008 earthquake so devastating? L5: Designing an earthquake proof building L6: How do tsunamis form? L7: What were the effect of the Japan Tsunamis? Resources: Revision & Assessment It is worth noting that some of these lessons require two lessons to be delivered.
Edexcel B Revision Geography
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Edexcel B Revision Geography

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Over 40 hours of high quality teaching, these resources have been designed to move learners through content at pace to enable the most efficient and meaningful outcomes. Designed with both retrieval practice and duel coding at their core, these resources represent some of my best work, in terms of teaching and learning to date. Happy to answer any questions and feedback welcome… jacobspong@gmail.com Useful Readings: https://www.retrievalpractice.org/why-it-works https://www.instructionaldesign.org/theories/dual-coding/
Superpowers Edexcel A-level
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Superpowers Edexcel A-level

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Topic 7: Superpowers L1: FREE LESSON – 7.1- What characteristics can lead a nation to be regarded as a superpower? https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/superpower-characteristics-l1-12339171 This lesson has been created to meet the teaching requirements of Topic 1: Superpowers,which is a component of the Geography Edexcel A-level course. This SoW is designed in detail and is both differentiated and engaging, and allows you to move pupils through content efficiently. As a result, with lessons taking around two hours to deliver and hits the required components of the syllabus (see syllabus code). Made to a high standard and constructed using current research, both dual coding and retrieval practices are at the heart of this unit. A colour scheme also runs throughout to ease both your delivery and students comprehension. This resource is a part of a scheme that covers the entire A-level topic (Superpowers), which can be viewed using the link below. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/superpowers-edexcel-a-level-12339166 L1: FREE – 7.1- What characteristics can lead a nation to be regarded as a superpower? L2 - 7.2 - How has the behavior of the world’s superpowers changed? L3 - 7.3 - How do Emerging Powers Vary in the their Impact on People and the Environment? L4 - 7.3 - How do Superpower nations influence the global economy? L5 - 7.5 - What role to superpower have in global decision making? L6 - 7.6 - How do Superpowers disproportionately influence global concerns about environmental issues? L7 - 7.7 - How is global influence contested in different spheres? L8 - 7.8 - What are the impacts of developing nations relationship with superpowers? L9 - 7.9 - How does constant economic change impact established superpowers? A KS3 Superpower China SoW has also been included. I’m happy to answer any questions you may have prior to purchase and any feedback is of course welcome… jacobspong@gmail.com Useful Readings: https://www.retrievalpractice.org/why-it-works https://www.instructionaldesign.org/theories/dual-coding/ I hope you find this SoW useful. If you have, I have created a series of resources, one for each unit of the Edexcel B Geography course, as well as many KS3 units, all to the same standard. You can check them out here… https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/jacobspong
KS3 Geography
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KS3 Geography

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KS3 Geography FREE Example SoW -https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/local-area-investigation-12291126 This is a bundle of ten high quality SoW that have been made and refined over the last three years. If you would like to get an idea of the standard of this bundle, feel free to check out this link for a FREE SoW that represents the quality of learning you will be purchasing. With over 100 lesson these SoW combine to make some of my best work am and happy to answer any question prior to purchase. Jacobspong@gmail.com SoW included: Will the continent of Africa ever become fully developed? Will China ever become the world’s greatest superpower? How is climate change affecting the Caribbean? How are hurricanes affecting the Caribbean? How do people live with Earthquakes? How can food security be improved across Africa? How can London Solve its housing crisis? Local area investigation - Should Heathrow airport be expanded? Why is there conflict in the Middle East? How to humans live with Volcanoes?
Google Forms Assessment
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Google Forms Assessment

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Comprehensive Google forms questionnaire that has multiple choice question every piece of content on of the Geography Edexcel B syllabus. These forms automatically mark themselves and can be used to guide revision, base on how well students do. These forms cover the following Geography Edexcel B units: Paper 1: Hazardous earth Development Dynamics Urbanising World Paper 2: Forest Under Threat People and the Biosphere These will be shared via Google drive after purchase… Any questions feel free to ask. Jacobspong@gmail.com
Globalisation Varying Rates - L5
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Globalisation Varying Rates - L5

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Edexcel A-level Geography. Topic 1: Globalisation L1 - Free Download - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/technology-globalisation-l1-12316427 L5: 3.3a/b - Why has globalisation affected some places more than others? This lesson has been created to meet the teaching requirements of Topic 1: Globalisation, which is a component of the Geography Edexcel A-level course. This lesson is designed in detail and is both differentiated and engaging, and allows you to move pupils through content efficiently. As a result, this lesson should take around two hours to deliver and hits the required components of the syllabus (see syllabus code). Made to a high standard and constructed using current research, both dual coding and retrieval practices are at the heart of this unit. A colour scheme also runs throughout to ease both your delivery and students comprehension. This resource is a part of a scheme that covers the entire A-level topic (Globalisation), which can be viewed using the link below. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/edexcel-a-level-geography-globalisation-12316420 L1: FREE - 3.1 - How has globalisation been accelerated through rapid development in technology? L2: 3.2a - How have varying political and economic players accelerated globalisation? L3: 3.2b - How is government policies increasing globalisation? L4: 3.2c - How did China’s Open Door Policy Accelerate Globalisation in the Region? L5: 3.3a/b - Why has globalisation affected some places more than others? L6: 3.3c - Why are some areas switched off from Globalisation? L7: 3.4 - Why have winners and losers been created by globalisation L8: 3.5 - How has a interconnect globalised world shape migration L9: 3.6a - What are the impacts of the cultural diffusion of Western culture? L10: 3.6b/c - How has cultural erosion led to changes in the build and natural environment? L11: 3.7 - Has globalisation created a world of economic and environmental extremes? L12: 3.8 - What social tensions have been caused by globalisation? L13: 3.8b/c - How have ‘players’ sort to limit the spread globalisation in certain regions? L14: 3.9 - How has environmentalism led to greater levels of localism? I’m happy to answer any questions you may have prior to purchase and any feedback is of course welcome… jacobspong@gmail.com Useful Readings: https://www.retrievalpractice.org/why-it-works https://www.instructionaldesign.org/theories/dual-coding/ I hope you find this SoW useful. If you have, I have created a series of resources, one for each unit of the Edexcel B Geography course, as well as many KS3 units, all to the same standard. You can check them out here… https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/jacobspong
Regeneration Varying Types L6
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Regeneration Varying Types L6

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Edexcel A-level Geography. Topic 1: Regeneration L1 - Free Download - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/regeneration-economy-l1-12321947 L6 - Why do places have vary priorities in terms of regeneration? This lesson has been created to meet the teaching requirements of Topic 1: Regeneration , which is a component of the Geography Edexcel A-level course. This lesson is designed in detail and is both differentiated and engaging, and allows you to move pupils through content efficiently. As a result, this lesson should take around two hours to deliver and hits the required components of the syllabus (see syllabus code). Made to a high standard and constructed using current research, both dual coding and retrieval practices are at the heart of this unit. A colour scheme also runs throughout to ease both your delivery and students comprehension. This resource is a part of a scheme that covers the entire A-level topic (Regeneration ), which can be viewed using the link below.
Russia Homosexuality
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Russia Homosexuality

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L6: What are Russian Attitudes to Homosexuality? L1: Free Download - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/russia-landscape-12470260 This unit is created in line with my personal passion for Geo-Politics. This unit is framed around both the physical and human landscapes within Russia, and the process and systems within them. A conscience effect has also been made to embed dual coding within this SoW, as well as much differentiation and debating. This Unit is my favorite to deliver and and been stream lined over the last two years. Happy to answer questions and any feedback appreciated… jacobspong@gmail.com Dual Coding: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16SBht2iF_k&ab_channel=ResearchED https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsKBWsW2Unw&ab_channel=ResearchED SoW: L1: Why Do the Ural Mountains Shape Russia’s National Identity?  (Free download) L2: Why Do Russians Live in Siberia? L3: Why does Russia have the world’s largest military base at the heart of Europe? L4: Why is Russia so corrupt? L5: How Does Fossil Fuel Production Make Russia More Globally Powerful? L6: What are Russian Attitudes to Homosexuality?  L7: Debate: How can Russia change for the better? It is worth noting that some of these lessons require two lessons to be delivered.
Britain Superpowers
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Britain Superpowers

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How does British foreign policy deal with global superpowers? FREE SoW: How does the UK’s foreign policy continue to have global effects? I’d love a review! This unit is created in line with my personal passion for globalisation and Britian’s place in the world. This unit provides pupils with a comprehensive understanding of the motivations, stakeholders and systems behind how Britain continues to be a global player. This unit could be delivered to any KS3 year group and is a great way to get pupils learning about globalisation and moving them towards become critical thinkers. This Unit is my favorite to deliver and has been refined over the last two years. Happy to answer questions and any feedback appreciated… jacobspong@gmail.com Dual Coding: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16SBht2iF_k&ab_channel=ResearchED https://www.youtube.com/watchv=vsKBWsW2Unw&ab_channel=ResearchED SoW: How has international aid been used and abused by the British Government? How has international aid been used and abused by the British Government? How has British foreign policy made conflicts worse? How has Nato expanded British influence? How has British foreign policy brought about climate action? How has the UK’s trade deals increase global influence? How has British foreign policy expanded human rights globally? How does British foreign policy deal with global superpowers? Debate: The Future of British Foreign Policy. British foreign policy Extended Writing Useful Readings: https://www.retrievalpractice.org/why-it-works https://www.instructionaldesign.org/theories/dual-coding/
Rivers Knowledge Organiser
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Rivers Knowledge Organiser

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Knowledge Organiser - Rivers - Edexcel B - UK’s Evolving Physical Landscape A knowledge organiser is a document, usually no more than two sides of A4, that contains key facts and information that children need to have a basic knowledge and understanding of a topic. Most knowledge organisers will include: the essential facts about the topic, usually laid out in easily digestible chunks. Happy to answer any questions and feedback welcome… jacobspong@gmail.com
The UK's Evolving Human Landscape
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The UK's Evolving Human Landscape

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Unit 5: The UK’s Evolving Human Landscape. This is a GCSE Edexcel B unit, created to a high standard and has been delivered to my GCSE classes over the last two academic years. This SoW work has been differentiated, with with both support and challenge throughout. Retrieval Practice and Duel Coding Theory are incorporated and as well as regular links to other parts of the syllabus, this is in line to my recent academic readings. Geographical and numeracy skill have been planned for. Thanks for looking and any feedback welcome… Useful Readings: https://www.retrievalpractice.org/why-it-works https://www.instructionaldesign.org/theories/dual-coding/
The UK's Evolving Physical Landscape
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The UK's Evolving Physical Landscape

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Unit 4: The UK’s Evolving Physical Landscape - GCSE Geography - Edexcel B - Scheme of Work - Lessons This is a GCSE Edexcel B unit, created to a high standard and has been delivered to my GCSE classes over the last two academic years. This SoW work has been differentiated, with with both support and challenge throughout. Retrieval Practice and Duel Coding Theory are incorporated and as well as regular links to other parts of the syllabus, this is in line to my recent academic readings. Geographical and numeracy skill have been planned for. Thanks for looking and any feedback welcome… Useful Readings: https://www.retrievalpractice.org/why-it-works https://www.instructionaldesign.org/theories/dual-coding/
Middle East Conflict
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Middle East Conflict

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Geography: Why is there Conflict in the Middle East? (Resources; Religion; Superpowers; Corruption) This unit is created in line with my personal passion for Geo-politics and Middle Eastern culture. Whist this unit is framed around the varying sources of conflict in the Middle East, such as: Sunnie (Saudi Arabia) and Shai (Iran) regional relations; the decline in demand for oil and the 2022 Qatar World cup, it does seek to challenge stereotypes and deconstruct complex concepts for learners. This Unit is my favorite to deliver and and been stream lined over the last two years. Happy to answer questions and any feedback welcome… jacobspong@gmail.com SoW: L1: Mapping the Middle East. L2: How do Middle East Superpowers get on? L3: Why does ‘black gold’ define the Middle east? L4: Should there be a boycott of the Qatar 2022 world cup? L5: Where Next for Deash? L6: Composite and Radar Graphs L7: Independent Research (Computers) It is worth noting that some of these lessons require two lessons to be delivered.
Globalisation Technology  - L1
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Globalisation Technology - L1

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Edexcel A-level Geography. Topic 1: Globalisation L1 - 3.1 - How has globalisation been accelerated through rapid development in technology? - Free Download - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/technology-globalisation-l1-12316427 **I would be very grateful for a review if possible. ** This lesson has been created to meet the teaching requirements of Topic 1: Globalisation, which is a component of the Geography Edexcel A-level course. This lesson is designed in detail and is both differentiated and engaging, and allows you to move pupils through content efficiently. As a result, this lesson should take around two hours to deliver and hits the required components of the syllabus (see syllabus code). Made to a high standard and constructed using current research, both dual coding and retrieval practices are at the heart of this unit. A colour scheme also runs throughout to ease both your delivery and students comprehension. This resource is a part of a scheme that covers the entire A-level topic (Globalisation), which can be viewed using the link below. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/edexcel-a-level-geography-globalisation-12316420 L1: FREE - 3.1 - How has globalisation been accelerated through rapid development in technology? L2: 3.2a - How have varying political and economic players accelerated globalisation? L3: 3.2b - How is government policies increasing globalisation? L4: 3.2c - How did China’s Open Door Policy Accelerate Globalisation in the Region? L5: 3.3a/b - Why has globalisation affected some places more than others? L6: 3.3c - Why are some areas switched off from Globalisation? L7: 3.4 - Why have winners and losers been created by globalisation? L8: 3.5 - How has a interconnect globalised world shape migration? L9: 3.6a - What are the impacts of the cultural diffusion of Western culture? L10: 3.6b/c - How has cultural erosion led to changes in the build and natural environment? L11: 3.7 - Has globalisation created a world of economic and environmental extremes? L12: 3.8 - What social tensions have been caused by globalisation? L13: 3.8b/c - How have ‘players’ sort to limit the spread globalisation in certain regions? L14: 3.9 - How has environmentalism led to greater levels of localism? I’m happy to answer any questions you may have prior to purchase and any feedback is of course welcome… jacobspong@gmail.com Useful Readings: https://www.retrievalpractice.org/why-it-works https://www.instructionaldesign.org/theories/dual-coding/ I hope you find this SoW useful. If you have, I have created a series of resources, one for each unit of the Edexcel B Geography course, as well as many KS3 units, all to the same standard. You can check them out here… https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/jacobspong