GCSE Geography- Hydrographs

GCSE Geography- Hydrographs

GCSE Geography lesson focusing on hydrographs. Includes key definitions, a sheet with which to construct a hydrograph and various activities to consider the factors affecting hydrographs and showing the difference between urban and rural hydrographs. The lesson is framed with key questions and learning outcomes.
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Big Geography quiz

Big Geography quiz

100 place knowledge questions on countries, capital, rivers, mountains and so on. With answers to accompany. Broken down into 10 sets of 10 questions organised by continent. Perfect for pushing place knowledge of students or for dropping in as starters to lessons.
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AQA GCSE Geography- The Impacts of Climate Change

AQA GCSE Geography- The Impacts of Climate Change

Lesson on the impacts of climate change for the new (2016) AQA GCSE Geography. Features information on; - sea level rise - threatened species - changing rainfall patterns - changing to farming - the threat of climate driven conflict A sheet to complete accompanies this information. Features a plenary thinking activity on why climate change is unfair on Africa.
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Core and Frame theory

Core and Frame theory

Geography lesson that explores the core and frame theory, outlining the rationale behind the theory and giving students the opportunity to assess how well their local city fits the theory.
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AQA GCSE Geography- Aid in Nigeria

AQA GCSE Geography- Aid in Nigeria

Lesson on Aid in Nigeria, covering why it is needed, detail on projects with an example and why aid isn't always successful in Nigeria. Features a quiz (with answers) on key points of the Nigeria NEE case study that should have been covered prior to the lesson. The quiz can make a good starter or could be added too with questions on aid to make a plenary. Lesson requires the new Oxford AQA textbook.
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OCR A Level Geography- Birmingham case study

OCR A Level Geography- Birmingham case study

A resource to help teach the case study of structural economic change as featured on the new (2016) OCR A Level Geography specification. This resource on Birmingham features a starter, background information, various activities to chart and analyse economic change and deindustrialisation in the city and a plenary. This is best taught over at least 2 hours. The lesson is frame with key questions and outcomes. The Hodder OCR A Level textbook is required for some activities.
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OCR A Level Geography- Place, space and perception.

OCR A Level Geography- Place, space and perception.

Lesson focused on the difference between space and place, a key component of the new (2016) OCR A Level Geography. This lesson outlines the difference between space and place before moving on to examine the factors that determine how people perceive places differently. A short exam-style question is featured as a plenary with a mark scheme to assist. The lesson is best accompanied by the Hodder textbook but could be taught without.
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New 9-1 GCSE Geography fieldwork booklet

New 9-1 GCSE Geography fieldwork booklet

Fieldwork booklet for the new 9-1 GCSE Geography. This is a great resource for students to keep a record of their mandatory fieldwork so that they have a record to revise from for their exams. This can be adapted for human or physical fieldwork.
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AQA GCSE Geography: Landforms of glacial transportation and deposition

AQA GCSE Geography: Landforms of glacial transportation and deposition

AQA GCSE Geography lesson on landforms of glacial transport and deposition. -Features a starter, learning outcomes, information and pictures on all 4 key types of moraine, drumlins and glacial erratics. -Following this information a slide is included that can be printed as a worksheet to test pupils on their identification and explanation of the features covered. - An examination question style plenary with mark scheme is included to cap the lesson. Could easily be adapted to other GCSE exam boards or even for KS3.
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Geography of Crime- Somali Pirates

Geography of Crime- Somali Pirates

-Whole lesson on the phenomenon of Somali Piracy as shown in the film Captain Phillips. New and updated 2017 to show the drop off and then recent resurgence in Somali piracy. Fascinating topic that always stirs the imagination of pupils. -Suitable for KS3 Geography classes. -Includes starter, main, plenary, key questions and differentiated outcomes. -Powerpoint has instructions in notes pages to assist.
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Amazon Rainforest Introduction

Amazon Rainforest Introduction

Lesson introducing the Amazon rainforest. Features key questions and learning outcomes. Introduces and explore the ecosystem through a range of activities. For KS2/KS3 Geography.
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Why does it rain?

Why does it rain?

KS3 Geography lesson explaining the causes of rain and reasons for its distribution across the UK. Features key questions, learning outcomes, starter, plenary and several 'main' activities to develop understanding of rainfall. One of these uses a worksheet which is provided. The starter and plenary work best with post-it notes or mini whiteboards.
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Geography of Spain bundle

Geography of Spain bundle

7 lessons suitable for KS3 Geography on Spain. Perfect for building a country study scheme of work. Covers a rnage of sub topics including human and physical geography, climate, political geography, energy resources, migration, rebranding and natural hazards. All lessons feature starters, a range of activities, plenaries, key questions and learning outcomes. Suggested lesson order 1. The Geography of Spain 2. The Climate of Spain 3. Solar Power in Spain 4. British Expatriates in Spain 5. Rebranding Bilbao 6. Basque Independence 7. Atlantic mega-tsunami
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What is an ecosystem.

What is an ecosystem.

Whole lesson introduction on ecosystems, tailored to the new GCSE Geography and in particular the AQA specification. Could also be used in Biology.
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AQA GCSE Geography- Physical Landscapes of the UK

AQA GCSE Geography- Physical Landscapes of the UK

Lesson for the new 9-1 AQA GCSE Geography on the Physical Landscapes of the UK. Features key questions and learning outcomes, a group work starter, a main mapping activity with sheet and exam-style questions with mark scheme for plenary. This lesson requires use of an atlas. Instructions for teaching are in the notes of the powerpoint.
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Geography of Crime- Graffiti

Geography of Crime- Graffiti

Full lesson on the Geography of graffiti, covering the distribution of graffiti, ways that areas can capitalise on street art, problems it causes and various ways of tackling the phenomenon. Features key questions and learning outcomes, starter, various activities and worksheets including extension work on geographic profiling of Banksy and a plenary activity. Suitable for KS3 Geography lessons, this is always a lesson that is enjoyed by pupils.
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Geography of Crime- Kony 2012

Geography of Crime- Kony 2012

KS3 Geography of Lesson centred on the 2012 campaign to capture Joseph Kony, leader of the LRA, who have committed many war crimes. Features starter, key questions and learning outcomes, worksheet linked to the Kony video and a poster design plenary.
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Changing retail habits in the UK

Changing retail habits in the UK

Lesson focusing on changing retail habits in the UK including clone towns, online retail, ethical shopping and businesses leaving the Central Business District (The 'Doughnut Effect'). Features key questions, start, plenary and a range of resources and activities. Designed for GCSE Geographers.
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AQA GCSE Geography 3.1.1.4 Climate Change 7 Lessons

AQA GCSE Geography 3.1.1.4 Climate Change 7 Lessons

7 lesson scheme of work plus assessment and mark scheme for the new (2016) AQA GCSE Geography Climate Change unit 3.1.1.4. The new Oxford textbook is required to accompany several activities. Available separately for £2 per lesson/assessment.
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El Nino and La Nina

El Nino and La Nina

Two part lesson exploring El Nino and La Nina. Features a range of resources and activities to ensure that pupils meet the learning outcomes. For KS5 Geography. The first lesson is ideally done with the use of plasticine (coloured paper could be used as a substitute) as for the plenary pupils have to make a model of the processes.
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OCR B GCSE Geography Revision pack

OCR B GCSE Geography Revision pack

A variety of revision resources for OCR B GCSE Geography. A few tasks require the Oxford or Heinemann textbooks. Many tasks can be printed or laminated for carousel style revision activities. Multi-resource powerpoints feature quizzes, case study summaries, pro formas for making notes on case studies, and various tasks focused on key places and processes studied. Topics included: - Economic Development - Coasts - Rivers - Tectonic Hazards
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