Explore Chinese Culture in this interactive lesson including sound files for counting and simple phrases.
To appreciate a range of places within China and their diversity.
To understand something of the culture of China.
This is a progress tracker grid which can be edited for any A Level subject. It allows students to chart their progress against a target grade and to set targets based on assessed work. A really useful tool to have to hand at parents evening as it allows parents and students to see performance in all assessed work against their target.
Three resources allowing you to help students get to grips with the Different Assessment Objective tariffs in the 8 and 12 mark questions on the Edexcel B Geography exams.
12 Mark Justify Questions
8 Mark Evaluate questions
8 Mark Assess questions
Resources contain Space for a question, planning space with AO guidance, mark scheme and evaluation box for feedback and reflection.
A revision session looking at fieldwork questions for the edexcel B syllabus but can be applicable to other exam boards. This presentation includes the fieldwork information for the studies carried out with my students but can easily be edited to reflect your own fieldwork. There are activities for students to complete and edexcel marked examiner responses and spec requirements also included.
This is a lesson to introduce the carbon cycle to those students studying GCE Geography. Written for the Edexcel course but also applicable to other exam boards. Students look at both the reservoirs and flows as well as considering long term biochemical cycles. Student handouts are contained as slides within the presentation.
2 Planning Sheets.
1 for 12 mark Assess Questions on the EDEXCEL A Level Geography
1 for 16 Mark Synoptic Evaluate questions.
These allow students to break down their answers to cover the relevant AO requirements as well as making sure they hit all of the parts of the mark scheme. These templates can be used for any 12 or 16 marks questions you may want to set.
Lesson 3 and 4 for the EDEXCEL GCE Geography Carbon Cycle Unit. The resource contains a ppt with lesson activities for two lessons and all of the relevant resources contained as slides within the presentation. The first activity requires the students to have completed lesson 2 in this series of lessons. Lesson 4 can stand as a stand alone lesson covering Carbon Pumps.
By the end of this lesson students should:
Know where China is located within the world and Asia
Know the location of some major physical and human features.
Know something of the demographic makeup of the country.
This is a progress tracker grid which can be edited for any GCSE subject. It allows students to chart their progress against a target number and to set targets based on assessed work. A really useful tool to have to hand at parents evening as it allows parents and students to see performance in all assessed work against their target.
A revision session written for edexcel B but applicable to other boards. Looks at how to get the most out of photo and process questions. Contains activities to complete for different skills and command words.
This is a fabulous resource to improve literacy within the classroom. It works well by printing and laminating a set to have available on desks or as a resource to hand out. This resource can be edited for different subjects. The connective mat enables lower ability students to extend their written work and other students to explore a range of connectives to develop their writing style.
By the end of this lesson students should:
Understand what makes the country of China so special.
Know some of the main attractions to be found in China.
Know some more of the geography of where these places are.
This is a lesson to cover 6.3a and b for those students studying GCE Geography Carbon and Energy Security. Written for the Edexcel course but also applicable to other exam boards. Students look at both the wider importance of the carbon cycle as well as considering how we, as humans, have enhanced the greenhouse effect. Student handouts are contained as slides within the presentation and there is a homework task also. The lesson will require access to ICT facilities for a research task into greenhouse gases or for the information to be printed off from the website link contained within the presentation.