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Currently an outstanding Geography teacher and the leader of Humanities. I have worked hard to create my lessons and thought I would give it a go sharing some of my favourites!

Currently an outstanding Geography teacher and the leader of Humanities. I have worked hard to create my lessons and thought I would give it a go sharing some of my favourites!
What happened in Chernobyl?
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What happened in Chernobyl?

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This is a lesson that has been created for a unit titled ‘Impossible places’ and it is by far the favourite for my students. The lesson looks at the Chernobyl disaster and when we can next live there. It starts by showing a photograph of the fairground that never got used which I mainly use for questioning. After students have written their objectives, they then work in groups to answer the question sheet using the resources. Students then watch some video clips which sum up the lesson. (If there is time I also show them the top gear clip too). The lesson ends with a plenary. A fantastic lesson which is always thoroughly enjoyed.
Tourism
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Tourism

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This is a whole SOW for year 9 Geography. The resources include 9 challenging and engaging lessons with resources, one short mid term assessment, one short end of unit assessment and one large homework project.
Tourism in Dubai
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Tourism in Dubai

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This is the 8th lesson of my year 9 tourism unit. The lesson looks at tourism in a HIC. First students locate Dubai and look at why people like to holiday there. From this students learn the impacts of tourism in Dubai before designing their very own hotel for Dubai.
Why is Dubai so Amazing?
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Why is Dubai so Amazing?

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This is a fantastic lesson that has been created for my impossible places unit. The lesson starts by looking at the Burj Kahalifa, followed by objectives. Then students locate Dubai, look at what it is like to day using video, and then the lesson focuses on Dubai’s buildings and man-made islands. The lesson ends with a plenary.
Ecotourism
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Ecotourism

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This is an interview lesson that I recently has which was gratefully received! There was a compliment for the delivery and the quality of my resources! The lesson is a double (2 hour) lesson which looks at eco-tourism in Costa Rica. Students first locate Costa Rica before learning what eco-tourism is. Then, students design an eco-friendly hotel for Costa Rica and try to advertise them!
Impossible places unit of work
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Impossible places unit of work

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This is an exciting unit of work that I have created for my year 7 geographers. Each lesson they look at a new location around the globe and look at why it is considered an impossible place to live. Each lesson is full of varied, differentiated activities which my students loved! This unit also includes a homework/ project activity, as well as an assessment sheet. Enjoy!
Is China the World's workshop?
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Is China the World's workshop?

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One of my favourite lessons looking at factories in China, focusing on the inside of one of China’s Foxcon (Apple) factories. Students begin by looking at how many of their clothes/belongings are from China. After writing down their objectives, students learn the terms NIC and globalisation before homing in on Foxcon.
Who are the Masai Mara?
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Who are the Masai Mara?

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This is the third lesson that I have created for a unit titled: Who are the Masai Mara. The lesson starts with a short starter followed by objectives. The students then locate the Masai Mara tribe and learn some quick facts about them. The students then ‘go on a safari tour’ collecting facts to answer their worksheets. Following this carousel activity are a few short videos. The lesson ends with a plenary. Students loved this lesson!
Should we have tourism in Kenya?
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Should we have tourism in Kenya?

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This is the third lesson of the short Kenya unit that I have taught to my year 7 and 8's. This lesson looks at what tourism is, what tourism happens in Kenya and whether this is good or bad. I loved teaching this lesson!
How is the river Severn managed? Theme 1
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How is the river Severn managed? Theme 1

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This is a another lesson for theme 1 of the WJEC A Geography 9-1 specification. The lesson looks at both hard engineering and soft engineering techniques used to manage the river Severn. The lesson involves two 60 second guides full of information which can also be found online and i do not own. I hope the lessons goes as well as it did for me!
Why is Las Vegas so thirsty? (L1)
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Why is Las Vegas so thirsty? (L1)

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This is a lesson that I have created for a unit titled ‘Impossible places’. The lesson starts with allowing students to guess what the lesson is about through various clues followed by objectives. The students then locate Las Vegas and outline some of its key features. The lesson is then divided in to two sections, physical and human causes for Las Vegas’ water shortage involving some climate graph work. A very enjoyable lesson to teach!
UK Poverty
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UK Poverty

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A lesson for year 8's for a unit titled ' Development and resource issues'. This lesson looks at what causes UK poverty and begins to compare it to world poverty. It ends by looking at ways to solve UK Poverty.
Where is Kenya?
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Where is Kenya?

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This is a very short unit that I have created and taught to year 7's and 8's. This lesson introduces the unit and looks at where Kenya is, what it is like and some of it's key human and physical features. A lesson and unit that I have enjoyed teaching!
Weathering, and mass movement - Theme 1 WJEC A
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Weathering, and mass movement - Theme 1 WJEC A

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This is lesson three of coasts (Theme 1) for the WJEC A Geography 9-1 specification. The lesson is fully resourced with a starter activity, followed by a description of the 3 main types of weathering and an accompanying worksheet (included in the power point). Then the lesson looks at the 3 types of mass movement with descriptions, pictures and short videos (you tube links in the PP). The lesson ends with a short enquiry task.
Coasts
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Coasts

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A fully resourced series of lessons for a coast unit that have been created as a part of a GCSE topic. Great, fun and creative lessons that can be used for all of your geography classes!
What is School like in China?
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What is School like in China?

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This is the third lesson of my China unit. The lesson begins by allowing students to identify their differences between their own school day to a school day in China. Following from this the students have a chance to write letters to a pen pal in China to discuss their school days. There is also an exam question activity too.
Tourism in Cancun
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Tourism in Cancun

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This is the 6th lesson for my tourism unit. The lesson begins with locating Cancun before looking at why people like to visit it. Following from this, the students identify the pro’s and con’s of tourism in Cancun through writing how different people feel about tourism there (i.g the local people, visitors, hotel manager and the president of Mexico)
Tourism in Great Yarmouth
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Tourism in Great Yarmouth

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Lesson 3 for year 9 looks at the changing tourism in Great Yarmouth. The lesson begins with locating Gt Yarmouth before comparing tourism there in the 1950’s to present day. In the same lesson students learn the Butlers Model and use it to explain tourism in Gt Yarmouth.