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I have been a Geography teacher for many years and enjoy reshaping schemes of learning and creating corresponding lessons. I hope to share these with others who need them! Please ask any questions and rate my resources for others to see! :)

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I have been a Geography teacher for many years and enjoy reshaping schemes of learning and creating corresponding lessons. I hope to share these with others who need them! Please ask any questions and rate my resources for others to see! :)
A Level Geography- Sustainability in UK cities- Birmingham- Contemporary Urban Environments
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A Level Geography- Sustainability in UK cities- Birmingham- Contemporary Urban Environments

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A Level Geography- Sustainability in UK cities- Birmingham- Contemporary Urban Environments. LOs: To be able to describe the social and economic issues in Birmingham. To be able to explain ways in which Birmingham is becoming more environmentally sustainable. To evaluate whether urban issues affect poorer communities more than richer ones. Interactive lesson looks at the current state of Birmingham in terms of social and environmental issues. Discusses ideas of social and environmental sustainability and regeneration projects in place. Exam question embedded with hints/tips and suggested structure for answering. Exam Question: To what extent do you agree with the view that urban issues affect poorer communities than richer ones. [20 marks] please ask if you have any questions.
AQA A Level Geography- Contemporary Urban Environments
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AQA A Level Geography- Contemporary Urban Environments

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AQA A Level Geography- Contemporary Urban Environments Lessons include the following content: Urban form, world cities, Urban waste, Urban Climate, precipitation and drainage, megacities, Air quality and river restoration. Discussion and research tasks which engage students about current issues in our cities- UK and global. Key case studies include: Birmingham and Mumbai (social and environmental sustainability and regeneration) and the Cheonggyecheon River Restoration Project in Seoul. Emphasis on current global challenges and solutions to them. Exam questions embedded and structured in most lesson to ensure progress is made towards the exams. Any questions, please ask.
A Level Geography- Urban Waste- AQA Contemporary Urban Environments
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A Level Geography- Urban Waste- AQA Contemporary Urban Environments

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A Level Geography- Urban Waste- AQA Contemporary Urban Environments LOs: To know the types of urban waste. To understand how economic development affects urban waste. To be able to evaluate the environmental impacts of different approaches to urban waste disposal. Lesson teaches types of waste (industrial, lifestyles, attitudes), factors influencing disposal and how this is managed + the environmental impacts of waste disposal. Final exam question with sentence starters: Evaluate the environmental impacts of different approaches to urban waste disposal. [9 marks] Includes graphs, figures, images- skills embedded. Engaging and prompts research and discussion. Please ask if you have questions.
AQA GCSE Geography- Resource Management- Energy
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AQA GCSE Geography- Resource Management- Energy

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Set of 8 lessons about Resource Management- Energy. Fits with AQA Paper 2 Geography. Uses UK and global case studies. Looks at ideas of supply, demand, distribution and sustainability. Each lesson has exam practice, key words, learning objectives and differentiated tasks and progress checks. Most have embedded videos- all have engaging tasks! Homework tasks embedded throughout.
Plate Tectonics- Natural Hazards- A Level Geography
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Plate Tectonics- Natural Hazards- A Level Geography

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LOs: To know the structure of the Earth. To understand plate tectonic theory of crustal evolution: tectonic plates; plate movement; gravitational sliding; ridge push, slab pull; convection currents and seafloor spreading. To understand magma plumes and their relationship to plate movement. Utilises maps to show plates and boundaries. Teaches 3 theories: Convection Currents. Slab Pull. Ridge Push. Students produce a fact sheet for the theories. Addresses Iceland and its changing landscape with tectonics.
Natural Hazards- A Level Geography
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Natural Hazards- A Level Geography

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Engaging scheme of learning for Natural Hazards. Follows A Level AQA Spec. Requires internet access for some and teacher led talk and understanding of the topic to ensure enough detail is given. Challenge tasks embedded throughout and opportunities for discussion and oracy. Lesson topics include: Hazard characteristics, frequency and distribution. plate tectonics and boundaries. Volcanic hazards- causes, effects and management. New Zealand White Island Case Study. Earthquake causes, effects and management. Haiti 2010 case study. Wildfires in nature- types, causes, impacts and reponses. Case study recent and relevant- 2019-20 Australia wildfires. Storm Hazards- causes, effects, responses. Hurricane Katrina case study. Multi hazardous location- the Philippines. Local study case study- L’Aquila. Lots of scope in the lessons for independent study- so internet access makes the lessons more independent and engaging. These can be adapted if you do not have internet access in lessons. Any questions, please ask.
AQA A Level Geography- Contemporary urban environments- urban form- whole lesson
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AQA A Level Geography- Contemporary urban environments- urban form- whole lesson

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AQA A Level Geography- Contemporary urban environments- urban form- whole lesson Lesson includes key ideas around urban form, CBD urban models, how land-use patterns differ between the developed and developing world and how cities are evolving to become post-modern. Tasks are interactive and challenging. Differentiated plenary of exam questions allows you to check understanding of the lesson. Plenary links to learning objectives: LO: To understand the definition of urban form. To be able to assess how far traditional urban forms are being challenged by new urban forms in the developed world. Any questions, just ask.
Geography Assessment- KS3- Population- India Case study
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Geography Assessment- KS3- Population- India Case study

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Assessment for geography topic ‘population’ with the challenges and opportunities of a growing population in India. Questions ranging in marks 1-6. Comes with boxes for EBI/WWW and an option for students to rewrite and improve questions. Please ask questions for more information.
Hurricane Katrina Case Study- Natural Hazards- A Level Geography
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Hurricane Katrina Case Study- Natural Hazards- A Level Geography

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LOs: To describe the primary and secondary impacts of Hurricane Katrina. To assess if the authorities, both national and local, were efficient in dealing with this event, both before and after the storm had affected New Orleans. Requires students to have access to internet for research. ‘The impacts of tropical storms are always more severe in less developed countries.’ To what extent do you agree with this view. [20 marks] Exam Question Embedded.