This resource can be used as a taster lesson for AQA geography. It also has elements of OCR A-Level. This lesson takes students through the GCSE topics (which can be changed to fit your SoW. Students look at Urban Growth and Change, Disease Dilemmas (A-level) and the Changing Economy of the UK. Student study how Covid spread, and how differing death rates are connected to poverty and population density across the UK.
This lesson is part of a serious on glaciation, with students looking at how the Lake District was shaped by glaciation. The lesson includes a PowerPoint, blank fact file, information sheet and task focusing on the impacts of tourism in the area. To edit the title, key words and memory geogger, use the slide master function.
This lesson includes a PowerPoint and worksheets.
This focuses on the step-by-step process of an earthquake and the richter scale.
To edit the backgroud, title, memory geogger and key words use slide master.
This resource allows students to explore key events in LGBT history and can be used to support learning during both LGBT+ History month and Pride. This can be used in history lessons or across school, or even as a parental support activity.
A KS3 topic based on the book Origins: How the Earth Shaped Human History by Lewis Dartnell. Each lesson follows a different section of the book. Whilst this was created to be a geography topic, it could be used as a combined history and geography topic.
This lesson uses the River Trent to introduce students to some key concepts of any rivers topic. It also includes the opportunity to practice grid references. To make edits to the titles, key words and memory geogger please use slide master.
This full lesson explores both the causes and the impacts of the Australian Bush Fires 2020. Students explores how the Indian Ocean Dipole and Climate Change led to the fires, and build a case study on the impacts. To make changes to the title, key words and memory geogger questions, use Slide Master.
An activity to complete at the end of year (can be used at the start of a new academic year too). Great way to get students to reflect on the past academic year, and also an opportunity to learn further information about students. These can be kept to be returned to students at the end of Year 11.
This lesson is part of a development topic, and looks at the social, historical, environmental, economic and political reasons for a countries rate of development. It takes into account the impacts of colonisation and genocide. This is targeted at KS3. To edit the background, titles, key words and memory geogger use the slide master option under ‘view’ on PowerPoint.
Included in this lesson: Lesson PowerPoint and student worksheet
This resource includes a PowerPoint and worksheet focusing on a range of development indicators. This is aimed at KS3. To edit the background, Learning Objectives, “Memory Geogger” and key words, you need to use the slide master function on PowerPoint.
Information of a range of icons from across LGBT+ history, looking at the history of struggle for equal rights, and those that fought. This can be used in form time or during lessons. The aim is to read one profile a day/lesson to students.