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Geography teacher with a passion for producing high quality, innovative resources with pupil led activities.

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Geography teacher with a passion for producing high quality, innovative resources with pupil led activities.
Population Pyramid drawing activity 2018
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Population Pyramid drawing activity 2018

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Activity for pupils to draw and compare population pyramids for The Gambia and The UK, using 2018 data. There is a outline set of axes with an example plot on it for lower ability pupils and a labelling activity to pupils to demonstrate their ability to interpret the graphs. In addition there is a visual hexagons task which asks pupils to explain various factors and their influence on population size and structure which would make a good homework task.
How is the weather forecast?
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How is the weather forecast?

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A lesson covering how weather forecasts are made, how they are interpreted and how useful they are. Includes a support work sheet for lower ability. Also weather forecasts interpretation exercise to improve skills and an exam style, to what extent question, with peer assessment sheet.
Passage of a depression
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Passage of a depression

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Lesson to get pupils to understand the weather associated with the passage of a depression. Involves pupils putting together a pop up diagram to show what the depression would like on a weather map, in cross section and what weather would be experienced as the depression passes over Britain. At the end of the lesson to test understanding there are some questions asking pupils to describe the weather at certain locations. To go with this there is a peer assessment sheet to indicate what went well and what would be even better.
Hurricane Irma
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Hurricane Irma

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The lesson is a carousel activity with four stations covering the location, primary effects, secondary effects and responses. At each station there are a choice of 3 different differentiated activities to complete.
New AQA Tectonics revision cards
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New AQA Tectonics revision cards

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Printable revision cards for pupils. They can cut them up and fold them in half so the questions are on one side and the answers on the other. I have used Chile and Nepal for the case study questions but these can be edited to suit what you have studied.
Earthquakes - factors affecting impacts
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Earthquakes - factors affecting impacts

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This lesson contains differentiated resources for pupils to understand the significance of factors affecting the damage done in an earthquake. Pupils start by guessing the magnitude of an earthquake from the magnitude and a photo. This is to get them thinking about the role of magnitude in fatalities. Pupils then create a hypothesis to predict the relationship between magnitude and fatalities. There is data and a graph outline (for lower ability pupils) to draw a scatter graph to see what the link is. Pupils then think about the other factors that affect earthquake impacts and create a significance star to show which factors they think are most important. They then write a paragraph to justify their decisions. Lastly there is a post it note based plenary so that you can assess their understanding.
New AQA Opportunities for development in hot deserts (Thar Desert)
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New AQA Opportunities for development in hot deserts (Thar Desert)

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Case study on opportunities for development in the Thar Desert. There is an A3 summary sheet to complete during the lesson featuring map work, statement sorting and a higher level explanation task as a plenary or homework depending on the length of your lesson. It also excludes a practice exam question and mark scheme.
How do volcanoes erupt?
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How do volcanoes erupt?

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A differentiated lesson for pupils to understand how plate movements lead to volcanic eruptions. There are differentiated resources to allow pupils to write their own explanation of how a volcano erupts at a destructive plate margin. This is follwed by pupils learning the structure of a volcano. Finally pupils learn the difference between shield and composite volcanoes and how their eruptions may differ.