A case study lesson that discusses the reasons for people illegally crossing the border.
Scenario activity included at the end along with BBC's "Stacey Dooley Investigates" documentary.
Extended writing activity also included.
An introductory lesson to the 'Water & Carbon Cycles unit of work. Students will look at:
Where all of the water on Earth is found.
Global distribution and size of water stores.
The different spheres found on Earth.
Planned for a 50 minute lesson.
A lesson focusing on the growing development gap between the north and south.
Students will look at factors that cause development differences.
A case study of China -v- India is used at the end of the lesson.
An introduction to ecosystems and Epping Forest case study. Students will focus on:
Lesson is designed for 100 minutes but can be split into 2, 50 minute lessons.
A case study lesson on the River Exe, Devon.
Students will focus on:
Development affecting the catchment area
The Exmoor Mire Project
Lesson requires the Internet and the Oxford AQA endorsed textbook.
Planned for a 100 minute lesson.
A lesson introducing the different types of waves.
Lesson moves onto looking at erosion, transportation (longshore drift) and deposition.
Planned for a 50 minute lesson but can easily be taught over a longer period of time.