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I am a Geography specialist who has also been teaching GCSE history for the past few years. I have uploaded some lessons for History and Geography. I hope people find them useful.

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I am a Geography specialist who has also been teaching GCSE history for the past few years. I have uploaded some lessons for History and Geography. I hope people find them useful.
The Changing UK Economy A3 Revision Map
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The Changing UK Economy A3 Revision Map

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For AQA GCSE geography. The resource is for The Changing UK Economy topic, in Unit 2 and is best printed out in A3. You can change the questions and the rules as it is editable to make it harder or easier. The rules are:- "Use your class notes, textbooks and/or the Internet to answer questions on your way from Lands’ End to John O’ Groats. Write the answers on a separate sheet of paper or in your notes. Once you have answered the question, colour in the corresponding area on the map. Move onto the next neighbouring area. You cannot ‘jump’ an area. However, you must visit England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland at least once on your journey. You must also use the ferry routes to travel across water." hope this helps! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/markthegeographer
Sailboat Analysis Version 2
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Sailboat Analysis Version 2

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Sailboat analysis but with potential future problems (rocks) and helpful factors (fair winds). Hope it proves useful. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/markthegeographer
Megacities: A3 Research Sheet
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Megacities: A3 Research Sheet

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A research sheet that is best printed out in A3 for the pupils to find out about a chosen megacity. Please feel free to download and adapt to suit your needs. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/markthegeographer
Sailboat Analysis Template
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Sailboat Analysis Template

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Revision task for geographical/historical issues. The sails are factors that contribute to progress, the anchors are factors that hinder progress in tackling the issue. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/markthegeographer
Typhoon Haiyan: Numbers Affected Worksheet
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Typhoon Haiyan: Numbers Affected Worksheet

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GCSE Geography worksheet on which the pupils create a choropleth map to show the distribution of the numbers of people affected by the tropical storm. It also has some GCSE-style questions for the pupils to answers. Please feel free to download and adapt. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/markthegeographer
Forces Analysis
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Forces Analysis

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An editable template to use when looking at the forces for and against a change from occurring. The driving and restraining forces can be scored to allow pupils to predict what the outcome might be. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/markthegeographer
Henry VIII and his Six Wives: Interactive Role Play Lesson
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Henry VIII and his Six Wives: Interactive Role Play Lesson

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A Key Stage 3 one hour lesson, but can easily be stretched to a double or two singles. This is an alternative way of teaching this subject and the pupils just love it. The presentation includes the scripts, characters and sound effects for amusement. 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. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/markthegeographer
Lagos: AQA GCSE Differentiated Revision Map Activity
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Lagos: AQA GCSE Differentiated Revision Map Activity

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Works really well with Hodder textbook or pupils notes from their exercise books. The activity is differentiated so pupils choose a different starting point on the Nigerian border depending on the difficulty and make their way towards Lagos, colouring in the states when they have answered a question. The activity can be used in different ways, pupils can even go after every state! Instructions are:- *Use your class notes, textbooks and/or the internet to answer questions on your way to Lagos. Write the answers on a separate sheet of paper. Once you have answered the question, colour in the corresponding state on the map. Move onto the next state on your journey towards Lagos. Choose a starting state from green (easy), orange (medium) or red (hard). * Hope this helps. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/markthegeographer
Rating Sliders Template
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Rating Sliders Template

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Template for the rating sliders worksheet. Can be used for a variety of subjects and tasks. Fully editable. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/markthegeographer
Geography Retrieval Practice: Ordnance Survey Your Memory
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Geography Retrieval Practice: Ordnance Survey Your Memory

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An Ordnance Survey themed retrieval practice starter slide. With differing levels of question difficulty according to the contour lines and various map symbols for the pupils to try to recall. Please feel free to download and adapt. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/markthegeographer
AQA GCSE Urban Change in the UK: London Revision A3 Sheet
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AQA GCSE Urban Change in the UK: London Revision A3 Sheet

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AQA GCSE geography resource. This is a revision sheet for pupils studying London as part of the Urban Change in the UK section in Unit 2. The rules for the revision are:- Use your class notes, textbooks and/or the Internet to answer questions on your way across London. Write the answers on a separate sheet of paper. Once you have answered the question, colour in the corresponding borough on the map. Move onto the next borough on your journey to the finish. You must answer the question in the City of London on your journey. Choose a starting borough from blue (easiest), orange (medium) or red (hard). Hope proves useful. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/markthegeographer