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KS3, GCSE and A level Geography teacher since 2013

KS3, GCSE and A level Geography teacher since 2013
KS3 Glaciation: L2 Ice age and the UK
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KS3 Glaciation: L2 Ice age and the UK

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Lesson designed for KS3, worksheets are in the PPT. The lesson starts with a knowledge rich quiz and then introduces terminology related to glaciation. Aspects covered within the lesson: Key terminology: glacial period, glacial time, interglacial period Temperature fluctuation in the last 400 000 years Glacial advance and retreat Key facts about the last ice age Ice coverage in British Isles and Europe in the last ice age Enjoy the teaching.
AQA GCSE 9-1 Urban regeneration project: Olimpic Park in London
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AQA GCSE 9-1 Urban regeneration project: Olimpic Park in London

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The lesson covers an example of an urban regeneration project to show: reasons why the area needed regeneration and the main features of the project. You need to follow the PPT, all resources are attached. I did it with three classes so far and even the most challenging class got engaged. The lesson uses time management and the pace is fast so no time to waste or misbehave. I chose the Olympic Park as it is in this country and you even can extend the lesson by fieldwork (if you have time). It took me two lessons with each group to complete the lesson and I still have another two groups to go. It uses a wide variety of skills, i.e.: pictures and maps analysis, map reading, exam question answering, guessing problems.
KS3 Geography Glaciation: L1 'What are glaciers?'
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KS3 Geography Glaciation: L1 'What are glaciers?'

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Lesson made for KS3. Covers definition of a glacier, examples of glaciers, map work to locate glaciers, assessment type question ‘describe’, assessment type question ‘explain’, factors needed for a glacier to form and sequence of a glacier’s formation. All resources needed are in the PPT, all tasks have answers provided and the lesson starts with the knowledge rich quiz. Enjoy teaching.
AQA GCSE Urban UK: opportunities in London
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AQA GCSE Urban UK: opportunities in London

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The lesson contains: knowledge rich starter meaning of social, economic and environmental opportunities information sheets for: cultural mix, urban greening, integrated transport system, employment, recreation and entertainment fill in gaps worksheet to cover all five opportunities exam type question with success criteria: explain knowledge application end of lesson quiz Enjoy teaching
AQA GCSE tectonics: monitoring, prediction, protection, planning
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AQA GCSE tectonics: monitoring, prediction, protection, planning

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The lesson covers monitoring, prediction, protection and planning aspects of tectonics. The lesson contains: -knowledge rich quiz for a starter -monitoring in relation to earthquakes and volcanoes -prediction in relation to earthquakes and volcanoes -protection in relation to earthquakes and volcanoes -planning in relation to earthquakes and volcanoes -exam style question with an answer outline -sample answer to the exam style question All resources needed are in the PPT.
KS3 Geography Rivers unit Lesson 5: waterfall
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KS3 Geography Rivers unit Lesson 5: waterfall

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Lesson 5 focuses on waterfall formation, using the High Force Waterfall on the River Tees as an example. Key ideas: using a photo of a waterfall to identify some features of this landform (geographical skills), key terminology and names of waterfall features (knowledge), using resources, i.e.: photos (application of knowledge), assessment type questions ‘explain’ and ‘label’ (exam skills), knowledge recall (knowledge), making 3D model of a waterfall (creativity).
KS3 Geography Rivers unit lesson 6: meanders and ox-bow lakes
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KS3 Geography Rivers unit lesson 6: meanders and ox-bow lakes

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Lesson 6 focuses on meander and oxbow lake formation. Key ideas: identifying different features using a photo, notes taking, diagram drawing (geographical skills), assessment type questions ‘explain’ and ‘name’ (exam skills), key terms definitions, sequence of a meander and ox-bow lake formation, features of a meander and knowledge recall (knowledge).
AQA GCSE Urban UK: Sustainable city: London
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AQA GCSE Urban UK: Sustainable city: London

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The lesson contains: knowledge rich starter key terminology guided reading task to cover water and energy fill in task to cover waste recycling and transport ‘explain’ exam question with success criteria end of lesson knowledge application quiz All resources included. Enjoy teaching
KS3 Geography Glaciation: L10 Lake District
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KS3 Geography Glaciation: L10 Lake District

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KS3 lesson. All resources are in the PPT. The lesson covers the following aspects: Key terminology Economic opportunities challenges assessment type question ‘to what extent’ Enjoy teaching
AQA GCSE Rivers Unit: Hydrographs
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AQA GCSE Rivers Unit: Hydrographs

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The lesson contains: knowledge rich starter quiz features of a hydrograph characteristics of a hydrographs factors influencing the shape of a hydrograph exam type question end of lesson knowledge rich quiz All resources are in the PPT and one is attached Enjoy teaching
KS3 Geography Rivers lesson 1 How are rivers important?
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KS3 Geography Rivers lesson 1 How are rivers important?

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Full introduction lesson to Rivers unit for KS3 Geography national curriculum. Key ideas: definitions of ‘river’ and ‘landscape’ (knowledge), examples of UK rivers (map skills), command word for an assessment ‘describe’ (exam skills), examples of rivers importance (knowledge).
KS3 Geography Rivers unit lesson 9: impact and responses
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KS3 Geography Rivers unit lesson 9: impact and responses

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Lesson 9 concentrates on impacts and responses of 2015 flood in York. Key ideas: Geographical skills: selecting information, differentiating information into impacts and responses Exam skills: assessment type question ‘justify’, time management, knowledge recall, information selection from unknown source, reading comprehension Knowledge: key terms definitions, facts and figures about the December 2015 flood in York
AQA GCSE tectonics: effects and responses to earthquakes
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AQA GCSE tectonics: effects and responses to earthquakes

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The lesson contains: knowledge rich quiz as a starter references to specification definitions of primary and secondary effects with examples task where students distinguish between primary and secondary effects definitions of immediate and long term responses with examples task where student distinguish between immediate and long term responses photos analysis GCSE type question ‘explain using a picture’ All resources and answers to tasks are in the PPT. Enjoy teaching
GCSE AQA Rivers Unit: Depositional Landforms: floodplains, levees and estuaries
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GCSE AQA Rivers Unit: Depositional Landforms: floodplains, levees and estuaries

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The lesson includes the following: knowledge rich quiz as a starter recall of key terminology definitions of floodplain, levees and estuary characteristics: two characteristics for each landform explanation of each landform mini plenaries geographical skills: drawing a cross profile showing a floodplain map skills All resources are in the PPT. Enjoy teaching
Plate Tectonics Theory
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Plate Tectonics Theory

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Hope you will find this lesson useful and it will save you time :-) It is for new AQA specification for 9-1 grades. The homework is available in my paid resources. There will be more lessons following this one if it will be useful for other teachers.