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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! :)
Fires in Nature- Australia 2019-2020 case study- Natural Hazards- A Level Geography
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Fires in Nature- Australia 2019-2020 case study- Natural Hazards- A Level Geography

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LOs: To know the causes of Australian wildfires. To describe local and national responses to wildfires. To evaluate the effectiveness to local and national responses. Teaches history of wildfires in Australia and 2019-2020 fires currently. Requires students to have internet access to complete a case study sheet. Exam Question Embedded: With reference to a wildfire event, evaluate the impacts of the event and effectiveness of responses to it. (9 marks).
TNCs in NEE- Nigeria and Shell case study lesson
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TNCs in NEE- Nigeria and Shell case study lesson

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Whole Geography GCSE Lesson- Changing Economic World- NEE- Nigeria Case study. Identifies advantages and disadvantages of TNCs. Video embedded with a worksheet to collect information on Shell in Nigeria. Homework research task on Unilever in Nigeria. Differentiated tasks for high and low ability.
Whaley Bridge Dam and Reservoir Lesson- Geography
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Whaley Bridge Dam and Reservoir Lesson- Geography

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Learning Objectives: To know what a dam and reservoir is. To understand the dangers of living beneath a reservoir and dam. To be excellent in analyzing whether a settlement should have been built next to a dam. Focuses on Geography in the news and applies it to the knowledge of dams and reservoirs. Locational knowledge of Whaley. Knowledge and definitions of dams + advantages and disadvantages of them. Clear justifications and opinions of analysis and evaluation. Differentiated tasks. Ask for any information if needed.
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.
GCSE Geography- Resource Management- Sustainability in the UK
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GCSE Geography- Resource Management- Sustainability in the UK

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Whole lesson on understanding the term ‘sustainability’ using UK ideas and knowledge. Links with AQA spec- Paper 2 Section C Resource Management- Energy. Ideas taught- How the UK can be sustainable, the country’s most energy efficient house and electic cars- Energy Saving Trust company ideas used throughout to link with major initiatives. Videos embedded with interactive tasks. Differentiated plenary to assess knowledge learnt.
GCSE Geography- Resource Management- Energy- Strategies to Increase Energy Supply
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GCSE Geography- Resource Management- Energy- Strategies to Increase Energy Supply

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Whole Lesson- GCSE AQA Geography- Paper 2- Resource Management- Energy Strategies to increase energy supply- evaluating and comparing renewable energy and fossil fuels. Exam question with sentence starters at the end of the lesson to consolidate learning: Explain why the contribution of renewable energy to world energy production is likely to remain less than fossil fuel production. literacy and numeracy opportunities. Focus on renewable energy after teaching a lesson on fossil fuels before. Looks at the global energy mix and evaluates whether we should use and rely on renewable energy.
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.
New Zealand Volcanic Eruption 2019 Case Study- Natural Hazards- A Level Geography
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New Zealand Volcanic Eruption 2019 Case Study- Natural Hazards- A Level Geography

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LOs: To know the causes and effects of the Volcanic eruption in New Zealand 2019. To describe the spatial and temporal setting of the event. To analyse the effectiveness of short and long-term responses. To evaluate the technology and responses used to respond. Maps New Zealand, addresses the case study and then followed by application to a case study. Main task is completed with students having access to the internet- independent lead.
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.
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.