Students will build on knowledge gained from 4 figure grid references and learn how to locate and plot more specifically. Worksheets and recap quiz included.
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.
A case study on the causes, effects and responses to the 2011 Christchurch earthquake.
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.
The first part of the lesson is a general introduction to the main rivers in the world. Lesson then moves onto looking at erosion, transportation and deposition with activities for each.
Students will focus on: Green spaces in London. Garden Bridge, London Improving transport in London. Crossrail. Lesson is planned for 100 minutes but can be split into 2, 50 minute lessons.
A lesson using choropleth maps to describe where people live in China. Students will create a map and then look at the reasons as to why different parts of China are densely or sparsely populated.
An introduction to ecosystems and Epping Forest case study. Students will focus on: Key Terms Food Chains Food Webs Trophic Levels Nutrient Cycling Epping Forest Lesson is designed for 100 minutes but can be split into 2, 50 minute lessons.
Independent research lesson. Students will cover: Research Task: Water & carbon cycle relationship Water cycle feedback loop. Carbon cycle feedback loop. Water cycle/carbon cycle feedback loop. Permafrost Research - will require the use of computers. Planned for a 100 minute lesson.
Students will focus on: River Discharge River Velocity Hjulstrom's Curve Hydraulic Radius Bed Roughness The last part of the lesson & H/W requires independent research on river basin characteristics. Lesson is planned for 100 minutes but can be split into 2, 50 minute lessons.
A lesson focusing on different places in the UK and the push and pull factors that affect the areas. Students will then assume the role of working for the council in a DME at the end of the lesson.
Students will focus on: The decline and rise of Shoreditch. The decline and rise of London's docks. Lesson is planned for 100 minutes but can be split into 2, 50 minute lessons.
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.
Students will be introduced to 4 figure grid references and learn how to read eastings and northings. Cartoon drawing activity to put skills into practice.
Two lessons looking at Arsenal's move from Highbury to The Emirates Stadium. Students will look at why they decided to move along with the positives and benefits for both Arsenal FC and the surrounding area. Students will then make an informed decision on whether the move has been a success for all involved.
Students will focus on: Completing a case study on river flooding in Banbury. Students will also look at how flooding in the area has been managed. Lesson is planned for 100 minutes but can be split into 2, 50 minute lessons.