A power point showing how and when to use the Mann-Whitney U statistical test and an worksheet guiding the students though calculating it using a geographical example. Includes teacher answer sheet. Great for teaching both old and New (2016) specification A level or AS level geography - designed for Edexcel but matches requirements of other specs such as AQA. Can also be used as an introduction to the test for biology, maths, psychology lessons etc.
A complete, step by step work booklet for students doing a river investigation. Students can independently work through the booklet on their own or you can use it as part of fieldwork lessons. This investigation is based on the aim to investigate changes downstream in a river and otherwise is generic to fit with your fieldwork. Covers: describing the study area using an OS map, justifying the choice of location, justifying hypothesis and linking to model, primary/secondary data, methodology (separate table provided), risk assessment, describing each site, results, Spearman's Rank Correlation (bedload size vs velocity), conclusion, evaluation. Perfect for preparing students for their fieldwork skills exam or as a mock for the independent investigation. Suitable for the following popular new specs from 2016+ as well as the AQA legacy specification: - Edexcel A Level Geography 9GE0 - Edexcel AS Geography 08GE0 - AQA A Level Geography 7037 - AQA AS Geography 7076 - OCR - WJEC Includes: 1 booklet in .pdf format and a methodology table in .pdf format. If you like this take a look at : https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/contrasting-areas-study-virtual-fieldwork-booklet-11301427 Note: the font on preview is different to the font used. Please do not remove my name from materials or upload to other sites. I have worked hard in my spare time to produce these materials.
This is a complete lesson for Topic 4B (Diverse Places) for the new A Level / AS Level Edexcel 9GE0 for teaching from 2016. This lesson meets the learning objective: There can be considerable variation in population characteristics (gender and ethnicity), both in and between settlements. and covers using GIS and databases (Census) as skills. Students use GIS and databases to find out about two contrasting places, they then summarise their findings and suggest reasons for the variations. They then do a similar task for two contrasting areas in the same city. The lesson is fully resourced and the powerpoint provides step-by-step instructions plus a video to show how to get the census data. Students will require ICT access. While it is designed to meet the specification for 4B.1 and 4B.2 of Diverse Places 'Population structure varies form place to place and over time' in the New 2016+ Edexcel A Level / AS Level (09GE0). It will no doubt meet the requirements for other A Level specifications such as AQA and OCR due to the overlap of prescribed content please check your chosen specification. Includes: 1 .ppt and 1 word document Note: the font on preview is different to the font used. All images/data are copyright of their original owners and are used under Creative Commons License and attributed where required. Please do not remove my name from materials or upload to other sites. I have worked hard in my spare time to produce these materials.
A printable revision game in the style of the TV show Blockbusters. Students play in pairs to make a line across the board; they make the line by answering keyword questions. The questions are based on the AQA A GCSE Geography topic of Population Change but are applicable to most Population topics especially the AQA Legacy AS spec.
Students are given a base map and a series of tasks relating to identifying areas of high, average and low population density as well as wealthy/poor areas. Students then have to use their knowledge to justify their choices. This is an activity allows students to link content to skills and apply their knowledge. Students will have learnt about factors affecting population structure and density prior to carrying out the task. Designed to meet the specification for 4B.1 of Diverse Places 'Population structure varies form place to place and over time' in the New 2016+ Edexcel A Level / AS Level (09GE0). It will no doubt meet the requirements for other A Level specifications such as AQA and OCR due to the overlap of prescribed content. Included: 1 .pdf hand drawn map and 1 .pdf task sheet. Please do not remove my name from materials or upload to other sites. I have worked hard in my spare time to produce these materials.
This booklet contains step-by-step instructions and activities to complete a virtual investigation into two contrasting areas of Cumbria using Census data. Students can follow this independently as long as they have access to ICT or you could provide the data for them as part of a lesson. Originally designed for the legacy AQA A Level specification it has been updated to fit with the local area study as part of the new 2016+ Edexcel A Level for Diverse Places. It will also meet some of the requirements for: - Edexcel A Level Geography 9GE0 - Diverse Places and Regeneration - Edexcel AS Geography 08GE0 - Diverse Places and Regeneration - AQA A Level Geography 7037 - Changing Places and Place Study - AQA AS Geography 7076 - Changing Places and Place Study - OCR - WJEC The booklet also covers key skills included in the new specs including 'big data', GIS, Census data, ICT and databases. Includes: 1 booklet in .pdf format If you like this take a look at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/river-fieldwork-investigation-booklet-a-as-level-all-specs-11301334 Note: the font on preview is different to the font used. Please do not remove my name from materials or upload to other sites. I have worked hard in my spare time to produce these materials.
A knowledge organiser / revision guide put together from my power points and worksheets on the new Globalisation topic for the new 2016 Edexcel geography AS / A Level. Half of it is keywords and ideas with definitions and examples. The 2nd half is more detail on key topics and case study notes.
Give your students an opportunity to practice their annotation skills with this resource that uses a photo of the western Lake District as the basis for annotation of human activities and their advantages/disadvantages in national parks and the wider countryside. Can be used throughout KS2-5 with differing levels of teacher support given. There are two versions of the sheet included in the download - one suitable for KS2-3 and low ability KS4 and one suitable for high ability KS3 and KS4/5. Fits with topics included in most KS3 SoW (conservation, tourism, national parks, industry), the old GCSE (esp. for AQA tourism), the New GCSE (9-1) (glacial landscapes in the UK, changing economic world, challenge of resource management for AQA but as theses are common topics will apply to other boards). Included: 1 .pdf A3 annotation sheet without prompts and 1 .pdf A3 annotation sheet with prompts. Please do not remove my name from the resource. I've worked hard in my own time to develop this.
Worksheet on drawing line and bar graphs using examples. Students are given data, have to choose the right type of graph (e.g. compound, comparative etc.), draw the graph, describe the data and justify the use of their chosen graph. Originally for AS and A Level Geography but will meet requirements for the New Spec (9-1) GCSE as well as the 2016 New Spec A Level courses given the emphasis on justify the type of presentation used. Could also be used with high ability KS3 classes and in other subjects. Perfect either as an activity during first teaching or as a revision task. Most classes take around 45 mins to do either section (bar or line). Included are a .pdf of the task Please do not remove my name from these resources. I have worked hard in my own time to produce them.
A simple worksheet allowing students to write and draw about how an earthquake occurs in a supported, step by step manner. Perfect for SEN or low ability students who need extra support. Includes: 1 .pdf worksheet. Please do not remove my name from the resource. I've worked hard in my own time to develop this.
An assessment task to design a textbook page(s) on Earthquakes complete with detailed instructions and a rubric in 'pupil-speak' covering KS3 levels 4-8. Can be used as a AfL (assessment for learning) task, end of unit assessment or a homework project. Will take a minimum of two hours to complete for most students. Includes a .pdf of the sheet.
Struggling to implement life after levels? Well look no further. Posters to display in classrooms to show my interpretation the new GCSE grades for the 2016 Geography Specification (9-1). These are designed to be used on any kind of assessment and are perfect to use for Assessment for Learning (AfL) through KS3 and KS4. The levels focus on command words and build upon the old level system. The new Grade 9 is comparable to what is expected in Year 12 in the new A Level system. There are descriptors for the key level points - 2,4,5,7,9. Includes 1 .pdf file that can be printed out and laminated. Note: The font in TES preview is different to the one on the .pdf Please do not remove my name from the resource. I've worked hard in my own time to develop this. **If you like this you might also like: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/new-geography-gcse-9-1-descriptors-ks3-ks4-11283443 **
Mapskills Activity - direction, 4- & 6- figure, straight line & non-straight line distance & height.
This is an activity I have used successfully for many years. It includes 10 questions on each of the following topics: - Direction - 4 Figure Grid References - 6 Figure Grid References - Straight Line Distances - Non-straight Line Distances - Height Students answer these questions using the Hornsea 1:50,000 OS Map. *OS map is not included but most departments will have copies as it has been an exam insert in the past* Perfect for a carousel activity when used for revision or after an assessment as students can work on an area they need to develop. Included are a .pdf of the questions and a .pdf of the answers. Please do not remove my name from these resources. I have worked hard in my own time to produce them.
An assessment task to design a textbook page(s) on Earthquakes complete with detailed instructions and a rubric in 'pupil-speak' covering the new 2016+ GCSE (9-1) levels as described in https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/new-geography-gcse-9-1-descriptors-ks3-ks4-11283443 Meets spec. requirements for most exam boards. Can be used as a AfL (assessment for learning) task, end of unit assessment or a homework project. Will take a minimum of two hours to complete for most students. Includes a .pdf of the sheet.
Worksheet to practice 16-point compass directions and straight line distance using a simple scale.
After struggling to find a flexible seating plan that did what I needed it to do I created this. You can use 9-1 grades for the New GCSE. Simply copy and paste the 'seat' in the top-left hand corner onto the spreadsheet to create the layout of your classroom. On the data input sheet copy or type your data - it is currently set up to show name, target, current grade, PP, SEN, HP (health plan), and above, on or below target. All but target, current grade and AOB can be changed to show any other data without messing up the formatting. If you unhide a row on the seating plan you can also type text based information in the info section for example groups, access arrangements etc. On the seating plan just change the top left number on each seat to match that student on the data sheet e.g. 1 will look up student 1, 2 will look up student 2. The information will be shown on the seating plan with colour coding for on, above, below target, SEN and PP. It all uses very simple Excel formulas so easy to change to meet your needs.
A generic mark scheme for the 12 mark assess questions in the new Edexcel A Level. Can be used for planning and feedback as well.
A structure strip (set up for an 8 mark economic development question but could be easily changed). Students stick it at the side of their work and use it as a prompt for paragraphs.