Requires the Oxford GCSE Geography for AQA
This lesson includes a number of activities including photograph interpretation, a worksheet to help the students with an evaluation question and further skills such as map and graph interpretation. The actvities are based around the Oxford GCSE Geography for AQA.
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You will need the Oxford GCSE Geography textbook, AQA. This lesson contains a differentiated a3 worksheet for the pupils to workthrough using the textbook. There is a variety of tasks that the pupils can choose from and some video clips on Jamaica to give the pupils a brief insight into the island.
A low ability activity that can be also used as a revision sheet. Pupils connect the boxes and pictures with a line/colours or both. Pupils can decorate the sheet as much as they like or collect information around the room to help them.
This is a double lesson on the Great Fire of London. No extra resources are needed for the lesson, but it does work best if the pupils all have a copy of the lesson on Google Classroom or such like. The activities are all differentiated so pupils can choose the level they work at. The lesson finishes with an extended writing task.
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This is an 1 hour introductory lesson to the Hot Deserts unit for AQA GCSE Geography. Content covered in the lesson include
Photo Challenge Starter
Where are the deserts located?
Why are the deserts located here?
What is the climate of the desert like?
Also include video clips, worksheet and photocopying.
This lesson uses the River Tees as an example of river landforms in the upper, middle and lower sections.
Full lesson (at least 1 hour)
A graphic organiser for the River Tees
Video clips form Upper, Middle and Lower Course
Map Skills task using map extract
Can be used with Oxford textbook but requires no additional resources.
This is a KS3 lesson on how Motte and Bailey castles changed into stone castles as part of the Norman Conquest SOW. The lesson include the following:-
Differentiated source task
Worksheet on castle features
All worksheets included at the end for photocopying.
This is a 1 hour geographical skills lession aimed at Key Stage 3. The lesson includes:-
Starter on urban problems.
Introduction to Choropleth maps.
Pupils then create a map of crime in London.
Pupils then decide and justify where a new police station will be located.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Choropleth Maps.
The lesson would work well as part of a Geography & Crime unit of work or a stand alone lesson on choropleth maps.
This resource is perfect for Christmas Cover work or just a final lesson before the holidays. There is a variety of activities for the pupils to undertake all with a Christmas theme which may involve research, creativity and revision.
The sheets are best printed off as A3 sheets, double sided, but if lessons are short (45-50 mins) you could just use one side of the sheet. When using both sides it is a good double lesson or two single periods.
This is an alternative way of teaching this subject and the pupils just love it. The presentation includes the scripts, characters and sound effects. There is a variety of roles for pupils of different reading abilities and confidence.
The pupils can fill in a worksheet as the play progresses. There is also a feedback summary activity for pupils to choose to answer an question on an aspect of the story. The lesson is a lot of fun and could even be done as a play or assembly.