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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! :)
KS3 Unit- Weather and Climate- Geography
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KS3 Unit- Weather and Climate- Geography

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Entire unit KS3 Geography - Weather and climate. Focus on many types of weather: clouds, extreme weather, heatwaves, hurricanes, UK flooding, tornadoes, thunderstorms. Case study lessons included: UK heatwave 2018, Beast from the East 2018, Hurricane Katrina, UK Flooding- Boscastle, Joplin (Missouri) tornado. Plus an assessment based on the lessons. All lessons include differentiated tasks, learning objectives and key words.
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.
Year 7 Geography Schemes of Learning
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Year 7 Geography Schemes of Learning

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Outline of intent and objectives of each scheme of learning and lesson for year 7 geography. Topics include: Location and Map skills, Ecosystems- Savanna and Hot Deserts, Population and Migration to the UK, Economic activity in Egypt, Geology- rocks and weathering, Coastal landscapes in Europe.
Geography Lesson- Population and introduction to India
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Geography Lesson- Population and introduction to India

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KS3 Geography Lesson. Learning Objectives: To know the population of India. To understand how wealth varies across India. Excellent if we are able to explain the population distribution of India. Range of activities- lots of opportunity for numeracy and graphical skills + locational knowledge. (pie charts, chloropleth maps, population pyramids). Lesson teaches students about the states and population of India- density and distribution. Introduces students to religion and cultures in India and gets them thinking about opportunities and challenges for these areas of overpopulation. Differentiated tasks. Please ask for more info!
Geography Lesson- Clouds- types and formation
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Geography Lesson- Clouds- types and formation

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Entire lesson for students to discover types of clouds and discover how clouds are formed. Includes AfL tasks, videos, independent, pair and teacher led tasks. Challenge tasks entered for higher ability and differentiation. Can be used for KS3 or 4
Geography Lesson- India and Tourism- Opportunities and challenges- KS3
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Geography Lesson- India and Tourism- Opportunities and challenges- KS3

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Geography Lesson- India and Tourism- Opportunities and challenges- KS3 Learning objectives: To know the opportunities (pull factors) available in India. To understand how opportunities can be used for economic gain. Excellent if we are able to explain the opportunities available in India using named examples. Introduces KS3 students to the idea of opportunities in LICs. Looks briefly at employment in India and then narrows in to tourism. Key words and discussion tasks, embedded videos and interactive tasks. Ends with an exam question- GCSE style command word to build up students vocab. Differentiated task for high and low ability. Any questions- please ask!
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.
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.
Why is Antarctica threatened? Alevel Geography
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Why is Antarctica threatened? Alevel Geography

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Why is Antarctica threatened? You will be able to use this to: Describe Antarctica’s unique environment. Outline the four main threats to Antarctica. Explain how international laws are directed to protect Antarctica. (Antarctic Treaty) This is part of a sequence of lessons for the AQA topic- Global Systems and Governance. Slides included also present an entire scheme of learning for the global systems and governance topic. Includes copied information from the CGP Alevel AQA Geography revision guide to support learning. Also includes figures from Hodder textbook fifth edition (Whittaker).
Geography Lesson- Challenges in a LIC- India Case study- Slums- Dharavi
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Geography Lesson- Challenges in a LIC- India Case study- Slums- Dharavi

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Geography Lesson- Challenges in a LIC- India Case study- Slums- Dharavi Suitable for KS3 or introduction to lower ability KS4. Learning Objectives: To know the challenges (push factors) in India. To understand how challenges are caused by population growth. Excellent if we are able to explain the social, economic and environmental challenges in India using named examples. Introduction to slums: using graphs to address data on population increase in Mumbai. Images used for discussion on challenges and disparities in wealth. Key terms- social, economic and environmental explained- students have to then categorise these into a table. embedded videos and engaging tasks. Chloropleth map showing different levels of wealth across India- locational knowledge + numerical skills. Differentiated plenary with exam style questions to check for understanding.
Geography Lesson- The Chambamontera Micro-Hydro Scheme- GCSE AQA Resource Management
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Geography Lesson- The Chambamontera Micro-Hydro Scheme- GCSE AQA Resource Management

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Whole Geography lesson- The Chambamontera Micro-Hydro Scheme- Geography GCSE- AQA Spec- Paper 2- Resource Management - Energy- Sustainability and energy production. Topics- Peru and energy supply- ‘bottom-up’ schemes and productivity. Uses interactive and differentiated tasks to look at subsistence farming and micro-hydro energy schemes. Videos embedded about the case study to aid understanding- looks at how the scheme works in Chambamontera and how it benefits the community.
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.