An overview of the Command Words, Exam Structure and AOs for the Edexcel A Level Geography.
Nothing fancy - just the basics for an overview lesson
Includes a starter game to review Command words
Slides to break down the exam structure with question types
A summary of the AOs as well as what to think of in order to demonstrate each one
Ends with a plenary of dissecting a 20 mark Evaluate question
Homework set to complete the question
An old-school handwritten summary of Edexcel A Level Geography Topic 1 Tectonic Processes and Hazards
Summary off all 3 Enquiry Questions
Reminder notes on integration of geographical skills
A few exam questions from Sample Assessment Material
3 original exam questions
Includes plate boundary diagrams and annotated Park’s model
Basic Case Study summaries of: Nepal, New Zealand and Iceland
Great start for a revision lesson
This is a great teaching resource for air mass characteristics.
Slides to teach the characteristics of tropical, polar, maritime and continental air
Symbols to represent each of these air masses are included
The lesson ends with a quick 4 mark multiple choice quiz to check for understanding
This lesson is suitable for ages 13 to 18 and is a great introduction to air before monsoons, mid lattitude cyclones or fohn winds are taught.
Please leave a review and let me know what you think.
This is Lesson 1 in a series on the extremes in Africa
Each lesson will consist of a PowerPoint, notes to print for your students and a homework task
Guidance for the teacher and a full set of answers for tasks are also included
Feedback for each lesson and homework is focussed to save you time in your marking
Each lesson is meant to be taught over 1 hour or over 2 x 35/40 minute lessons
Each lesson includes a title strip with Red, Amber, Green lesson objectives for students to self-assess
The lesson objectives for this lesson are:
Describe the location of Africa
Identify human and physical attractions in Africa
Use an atlas to locate places in Africa
This is my first resource so please enjoy it for free and let me know what you think.
As a Geography teacher, I have discovered that the spatial literacy of the children I teach is never up to scratch. In order to overcome this, I developed my own version of Bingo.
This game is suitable for Year 6 upwards as variations on the game could make it challenging for children up to Year 9.
This resource includes:
A full set of instructions for the game, as well as options on how to mix it up so that you can use it again and again.
The option to print your Bingo Game Cards in colour or in grayscale.
Full model answer Checking Card in case you need a little help with the European countries - but more importantly to keep track of the country names you have already called out
A set of Bingo Cards listing the European countries
I hope you have as much fun playing this game with your classes as I have with mine!
Use these slides for plenary activities to consolidate and check understanding. They have been geared slightly towards Geography, but can be used or adapted for any subject
24 simple and easy consolidation and understanding check slides
Copy and paste the slide you want into your lesson’s presentation
Or just do a different one every day
Enough for a different plenary activity or lesson reflection for every teaching day in a month
Make them your own to work for each of your lessons
Simple and easy to use with notes to the teacher where necessary
Includes some good old favourites such as Tweet the Lesson and WWW and EBI
Also includes reflection activities making use of De Bono’s Thinking Hats
Please leave a review if you would like other ideas added or if there is any way in which this resource can be improved to make your teaching easier.
A case study of the coastal recession at the Nile Delta for Edexcel A Level Geography
Introduction to the location of the Delta
Importance of the Delta for the region
Risks facing the Delta
Human actions and Physical factors affecting the Delta
Links to wider reading and an introductory video
Independent learning task on a summary handout
Possible Exam Question included as homework
PowerPoint presentation and PDF handout includes
Links to wider reading articles requires Internet connection