Top Trumps - AFRICA (Geography Game)

Top Trumps - AFRICA (Geography Game)

A set of 54 Top Trumps cards for the topic of Africa, one card for each country. Ideal for KS3 Geography. The numbers on the cards are for each country's population (2017), population density, area (km squared), net migration and life expectancy.
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Top Trumps - ASIA (Geography Game)

Top Trumps - ASIA (Geography Game)

A set of 49 Top Trumps cards of countries in Asia. Ideal for KS3 Geography. The numbers on the cards are for each country's population (2017), population density, area (km squared), net migration and life expectancy.
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Top Trumps - EUROPE (Geography Game)

Top Trumps - EUROPE (Geography Game)

A set of 48 Top Trumps cards of countries in Europe. Ideal for KS3 Geography. The numbers on the cards are for each country's population (2017), population density, area (km squared), net migration and life expectancy.
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KS3 Development - World Development

KS3 Development - World Development

An introductory lesson for the topic of Development. Ideal for years 7 to 9. Designed as a KS3 version of the AQA 1-9 GCSE. Previously taught in a 1hr lesson. The lesson starter involves the pupils drawing what they believe is on the other side of the image taken in Sao Paolo. The lesson moves on to a game of 'HIC or not?', where the pupils will write whether they believe the image is taken in an HIC or whether it is not. The final task involves the pupils attempting to answer a 6 mark question about describing the distribution of HIC's, NEE's and LIC's.
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KS3 Deserts - Hot Desert Environments

KS3 Deserts - Hot Desert Environments

An introductory lesson for the topic of Deserts. Ideal for years 7 to 9. Previously taught in a 1hr lesson. Once a Deserts wordsearch is completed and the pupils are introduced to what a desert is, the pupils will complete a 3-mark 'describe the distribution question about the location of a selection of the worlds Hot Deserts. The main activity of the lesson see's the pupils complete a climate graph for Phoenix in Arizona. YOU WILL NEED GRAPH PAPER FOR THIS LESSON. Includes a homework based around the results of the pupils' climate graphs.
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KS3 Rivers - Upper Course: Interlocking Spurs and Rapids

KS3 Rivers - Upper Course: Interlocking Spurs and Rapids

A lesson for the topic of Rivers. Ideal for years 7 to 9. Previously taught in a 1hr lesson. BASED ON AQA 1-9 GCSE. In this lesson, pupils will complete missing words activities for interlocking spurs and for rapids, with a venn diagram activity at the end of the lesson to define features of the landforms.
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KS3 Africa - Population densities of Africa

KS3 Africa - Population densities of Africa

A lesson for the topic of Africa. Ideal for Years 7 to 9. Previously taught in a 1hr lesson and given GRADE 1: OUTSTANDING during a formal lesson observation. In this lesson, pupils must explore densely and sparsely populated regions of Africa in the 'odd one out' game, before using Egypt and Libya as example for the variation in population densities across the Northern coast of the Continent. Main activity is a set of questions around Egypt's population densities. Includes an optional homework.
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KS3 Deserts - Development in the Western Desert

KS3 Deserts - Development in the Western Desert

A lesson for the topic of Deserts. Ideal for years 7 to 9. Previously taught in a 1hr lesson. BUILT AROUND AQA 1-9 GCSE. In this lesson, pupils will be looking at the development opportunities in the Western Desert in the U.S.A. Pupils complete a crossword before playing a game of 'Desert or not?', where they must write whether they believe the images on the board are taken in a Desert or not. The intention of this exercise is to prove that not all Deserts are 'deserted' if you will. The main activity see's the pupils complete a worksheet based around the four main development opportunities in the Western Desert.
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KS3 Rivers - Middle Course: Meanders and Oxbow Lakes

KS3 Rivers - Middle Course: Meanders and Oxbow Lakes

A lesson for the topic of Rivers. Ideal for years 7 to 9. Previously taught in a 1hr lesson. BASED ON AQA 1-9 GCSE. In this lesson, pupils will learn about the formation of a meander and subsequently, oxbow lakes. Pupils will be drawing and labelling a diagram of a meander, completing a description of the landform by filling in missing words, before creating a 4-part drawing of oxbow lakes. Oxbow lake exam style question as a homework is included.
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KS3 Settlements - Cheshire Oaks

KS3 Settlements - Cheshire Oaks

A lesson to the topic of Settlements. This lesson explores Cheshire Oaks in the North-West of England as an example of an out-of-town shopping centre. Cheshire Oaks is the largest designer outlet in the UK. Ideal for Years 7 to 9. Previously taught by myself across a double lesson (1hr each). Getting the pupils to map out their designs in 3D on an A3 piece of paper in groups is an excellent idea that I've tried and tested.
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KS3 Natural Hazards - Gorkha earthquake 2015

KS3 Natural Hazards - Gorkha earthquake 2015

A lesson for the topic of Natural Hazards. Ideal for Years 7 to 9. Previously taught by myself in a 1hr lesson. This lesson explores Gorkha in Nepal as a case study of a natural disaster (Earthquake). The main activity of the lesson involves distinguishing primary and secondary effects and responses. Includes optional homework's for either high or low ability.
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KS3 Coasts - Spits

KS3 Coasts - Spits

A lesson for the topic of Coasts. Ideal for Years 7 to 9. Previously taught by myself in a 1hr lesson. The lesson includes a 'True or False' recap to begin based on Longshore drift, rock type and erosion, two types of waves and stump formation; this is then followed by two main activities that the pupils must complete in order to understand how a Spit is formed and the features that come with it. Firstly, a numbered diagram with missing descriptions, followed by a worksheet with the ends of sentences missing. A word box is provided for help.
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KS3 GEOGRAPHY SOW - Settlements BUNDLE

KS3 GEOGRAPHY SOW - Settlements BUNDLE

My entire scheme of work for a half-terms teaching on the topic of Settlements. Taught in the order of: 1. Settling down. 2. Settlement patterns. 3. How do settlements change with time? 4. Land-use patterns in Liverpool. 5. Benefits and problems of settlement growth. 6. Greenwich Peninsula 7. Cheshire Oaks (potential of a double lesson) 8. Assessment Extra: Plan your own housing estate.
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KS3 Africa - The colonisation of Africa

KS3 Africa - The colonisation of Africa

A lesson for the topic of Africa. Ideal for Years 7 to 9. Previously taught in a 1hr lesson. This lesson includes a 'tick box' learning objective sheet for all pupils to do at the start (if they can) and then again at the end to highlight their progress. The lesson starter is a recap to previous lessons learning (or general knowledge), before the pupils explore what colonisation is. The main activity of the lesson sees the pupils create a timeline of colonisation in Africa.
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KS3 Development - Industrial development and investment

KS3 Development - Industrial development and investment

A lesson for the topic of Development. Ideal for years 7 to 9. Previously taught in a 1hr lesson. The lesson starter is a crossword based on previous lessons in the bundle, followed by a recap 'true or false' exercise. The main activity is based on Kenco's 'Coffee vs Gangs' campaign. The pupils must create an information poster explaining why Honduras should push to make goods which are not primary products. Help sheet is provided, but further research is essential (finish for homework exercise).
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KS3 Tourism - UK tourism choropleth map

KS3 Tourism - UK tourism choropleth map

A lesson for the topic of Tourism. Ideal for years 7 to 9. Previously taught in a 1hr lesson. In this lesson, the pupils will firstly make a case for the five cities within the U.K that they believe have the most tourists visit. The pupils will then be probed to discuss reasons as to why London makes the most money from tourism in the UK, before the main activity of completing 2 choropleth maps and answering a set of questions comparing the results.
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KS3 Tourism - Tourism in an LIC: Kenya

KS3 Tourism - Tourism in an LIC: Kenya

A lesson for the topic of Tourism. Ideal for years 7 to 9. Previously taught in a 1hr lesson. In this lesson, the pupils will be exploring Kenya as an example of LIC tourism. The main bulk of the lesson see's the class split into two halves and being given 6 different 'local opinions' about how tourism affects Kenya. The two sides are not to know how their quotes vary (one side is completely positive, the other side is completely negative). At the end of the lesson, the pupils will explain why they think tourism is good or bad for Kenya, before the two sides discover why they appear to disagree. Extra time at the end to debate their opinions would be an excellent idea!
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