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A selection of Geography lessons. I'm a Geography teacher originating from the Lake District currently teaching at an International School in Bangkok with experience teaching Geography, Global Perspectives and English.

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A selection of Geography lessons. I'm a Geography teacher originating from the Lake District currently teaching at an International School in Bangkok with experience teaching Geography, Global Perspectives and English.
The Geography of Coronavirus/ Covid-19
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The Geography of Coronavirus/ Covid-19

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A Geographer’s look at the virus which should take 2 periods, it includes: A gap fill activity on zoonotic diseases. Nine question sin response to a short reading activity and 8 minute YouTube video. Plotting Countries with former outbreaks of zoonotic diseases on a world map. Discussion question related to globalisation and viruses. Describing the distribution of Covid-19 in Europe with peer assessment guide. Preventing further outbreaks questions in response to a series of GIFs showing different approaches countries can take to an outbreak. Final question directed at could this kind of outbreak occur in the UK?
Why are Plants so Important for nature?
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Why are Plants so Important for nature?

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This lesson investigates food webs through various activities starting with a think, pair, share activity then a gap fill activity of trophic layers and terminology followed by a table with trophic layers in which students are given species which they must then place in the correct column, a key terms matching exercise, 4 questions about food webs, students then draw their own food web with given organisms and then finally answer the inquiry question.
Oil Palm (Why are Orangutans Going Extinct?) using GIS
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Oil Palm (Why are Orangutans Going Extinct?) using GIS

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This lesson investigates the increase in palm oil use. The lessons starts with the stimulus of the banned Iceland RangTan video and then students can do one of two tasks: 1. Use the website ‘Global Forest Watch’ to describe the changes in forest cover in Sumatra and Borneo or 2. Do an in dept investigation into deforestation and land use change using ArcGIS with step y step instructions. Students then answer questions using a text as a source of information regarding what palm oil is, the problems it causes and possible solutions.
Agriculture KS3
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Agriculture KS3

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This unit of work looks at various issues involved in agriculture. The unit starts looking at types of farming and where farms should be located. It then progresses to look at environmental issues surrounding, soil, water, our diet, palm oil and finally technological development in farming