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All paid resources are complete lessons. Schemes of work have all been designed in line with UK curriculum Content of lessons is taught through local in English and Welsh case studies SoW advertised follow either WJEC or AQA exam specifications.

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All paid resources are complete lessons. Schemes of work have all been designed in line with UK curriculum Content of lessons is taught through local in English and Welsh case studies SoW advertised follow either WJEC or AQA exam specifications.
Welsh Tourism
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Welsh Tourism

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Complete lesson - All resources required for lesson are attached in the PowerPoint. This includes YouTube links in the notes and worksheets. PowerPoint is self explanatory and lesson can be taught without adaptation. AFL and differentiation throughout. LOs Identify what attracts tourists to Wales and the types of holidays. Describe the advantages and disadvantages of tourists. Create a tourist advert selling what you can do in Cardiff.
Geography of Stuff: Sweatshops
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Geography of Stuff: Sweatshops

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All resources required for lesson are attached. The lesson provides scope for AFL and is fully differentiated. Objectives for lesson: - Describe what its like to work in a sweatshop - Evaluate the important skills for a sweatshop worker
The Water Cycle
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The Water Cycle

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Second draft of this lesson, initial draft had 200+ downloads, however wasn't happy with the lesson so has been redrafted. Resource full differentiated - Suitable for all abilities at KS3. Good introduction to the water cycle, all resources attached that are required to deliver the lesson.
Core Theme 5: Weather, Climate and Ecosystems
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Core Theme 5: Weather, Climate and Ecosystems

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Complete Scheme of work for new WJEC 2016 Syllabus. All resources and content required to teach core theme attached. Within content is sample questions, exam technique and framed questions. Includes key ideas: 5.1: Climate change during the Quaternary period 5.2: Weather patterns and process 5.3: Processes and interactions within ecosystems Note key idea 5.4: Human activity and ecosystem processes not included due to restricted bundle size. Resources are fully differentiated.
Core Theme 5: Weather, Climate and Ecosystems
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Core Theme 5: Weather, Climate and Ecosystems

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Complete Scheme of work for new WJEC 2016 Syllabus. All resources and content required to teach key idea attached. Within content is sample questions, exam technique and framed questions. Includes key ideas: 5.4: Human activity and ecosystem processes
Tourists in Iceland
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Tourists in Iceland

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KS3 lesson Identify the attractions of tourism to Iceland. Categorize the impacts of tourism into different types of groups. Assess the impacts of tourism to More Developed Countries e.g. Iceland Lesson is fully differentiated, all resources required provided and AFL throughout
Predicting volcanic eruptions
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Predicting volcanic eruptions

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KS3 lesson Identify signs that a volcano might erupt Reshape geographical data Describe the trend shown on a geographical data set Lesson is fully differentiated, all resources required provided and AFL throughout
Coral reef uses
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Coral reef uses

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Complete lesson - All resources required for lesson are attached in the PowerPoint. This includes YouTube links in the notes and worksheets. PowerPoint is self explanatory and lesson can be taught without adaptation. AFL and differentiation throughout. LOs Describe key characteristics of the Great Barrier Reef. Categorise the uses of the Great Barrier Reef. Evaluate the benefits of the Great Barrier Reef.
The rural-urban continuum
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The rural-urban continuum

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Complete lesson - Linked to WJEC 2016 Geography syllabus All resources required for lesson attached, video links are in notes section of PowerPoint. PowerPoint self explanatory. LOs Describe spheres of influence. Outline rural push and pull factors. Explain how rural settlement are different.
World Population Change
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World Population Change

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Complete lesson All resources required for lesson attached, including video links in PowerPoint notes section. PowerPoint self explanatory. LOs Discuss what a developed county is. Describe how world population has changed. Compare the population of a HIC and LIC.
Human uses of glaciers
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Human uses of glaciers

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Complete lesson in line with new English curriculum All resources required for lesson attached, including video links in PowerPoint notes section. PowerPoint self explanatory, accessible for any non geography specialist. LOs Outline how humans use glacial landscapes Describe the location of the Lake District. Explain how glacial conflicts have been overcome.
Desert Landforms
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Desert Landforms

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Complete lesson in line with new English curriculum All resources required for lesson attached, including video links in PowerPoint notes section. PowerPoint self explanatory, accessible for any non geography specialist. LOs Create a desert landforms. Describe the different types of weathering. Explain how a desert landform is created.
Managing Hazards
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Managing Hazards

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Complete lesson - Linked to AQA 2016 Geography syllabus All resources required for lesson attached. PowerPoint self explanatory. LOs Describe the difference between prediction, monitoring and protection. Outline methods to reduce tectonic hazards. Illustrate how buildings can be made earthquake-proof.
Typhoon Haiyan
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Typhoon Haiyan

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Complete lesson - Linked to AQA 2016 Geography syllabus All resources required for lesson attached. PowerPoint self explanatory. LOs Outline the impact of a tropical storm. Describe the different between primary and secondary effects. Evaluate primary and secondary effects.
Global Atmospheric Circulation
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Global Atmospheric Circulation

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Complete lesson - Linked to AQA 2016 Geography syllabus All resources required for lesson attached. PowerPoint self explanatory. LOs Define global atmospheric circulation. Describe the main features of atmospheric circulation. Explain how atmospheric circulation works.
History of London
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History of London

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Complete lesson All resources required for lesson attached, including video links in PowerPoint notes section. PowerPoint self explanatory. LOs Outline how London has changed. Describe why London developed as it did. Categorise how London’s development has made it unique.