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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.
How do we use the Ocean
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How do we use the Ocean

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This lesson investigates the many ways we use the oceans, territorial water, oil drilling, fishing transport many others. Students complete several tasks including labeling images of varying ocean uses and describing ocean uses using a table which can be differentiated in terms of how many factors (slide 6) they look at.
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.
Dark Tourism
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Dark Tourism

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This lesson introduces dark tourism, provides examples of it and then has instructions for students to produce an informative poster on the subject together with a mark scheme. The main task is researched based and works best if students choose separate locations. In the past students have done locations such as Alcatraz, Robben island, the Cambodian Killing Fields, Pompeii, Death Railway, the wreck of the Titanic, 9/11 memorial and many more
Sustainable Farming Techniques
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Sustainable Farming Techniques

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This takes at least 2 lessons and looks at soil exhaustion by looking at the Dust Bowl of the 1930s and then looks at ways of conserving soil and to provide solutions to different scenarios.
Drought - The Sahel
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Drought - The Sahel

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This lesson investigates what is drought, causes of drought and the global distribution before focusing on the drought in The Sahel in 2011.
Coral Reefs
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Coral Reefs

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This lesson investigates what coral is, where it grows, the benefits of it and the threats it faces.
Hurricane Katrina
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Hurricane Katrina

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This lesson investigates why Hurricane Katrina was so devastating and the effects of it. This can be used as a case study. There is a fact collecting exercise that uses two YouTube videos as sources of information.
Coasts
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Coasts

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7 lessons aimed at GCSE and/ or Year 9 including becahes, waves, coastal erosion, coral reefs, magroves, wave-cut platforms and a coral reef management case study (Koh Phi Phi, Thailand)
Tiger Eco-tourism India
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Tiger Eco-tourism India

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This lesson investigates the benefits of eco-tourism to India but also the problems it causes uses a real story of a man eating tiger. Students carry out a carousel activity to find out different people’s views on the tiger and then come to a conclusion in regards to what the solution should be. this lesson should take 2 periods.
GMO or Organic food?
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GMO or Organic food?

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This lessons investigates the positives and negatives of both GM and organic food looking at a BBC article and a video as source material. The lesson begins with a fun quiz of ‘guess the fruit/veg’ - all before they were selectively grown. The lesson finishes with students deciding if we should be eating organic of GM food.
Latitude & Longitude
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Latitude & Longitude

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This lesson goes through the basics; including a gapfill on background information, comprehension questions related to the gapfill worksheet and a YouTube video, latitud i s explained through diagrams and then there is a plotting exercise in which natural disasters of the 21st Century and major news stories are plotted on a map also includes answers.
What is Tourism and Tourism Increase
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What is Tourism and Tourism Increase

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An introduction to tourism with definitions, tourism increase graphs, reasons for tourism increase through images and a quick quiz on famous tourist locations. One slide may need adaptation as it is specific to when I taught in Thailand.
Seaside Town Decline and Rejuvenation
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Seaside Town Decline and Rejuvenation

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A lesson and activities exploring the reasons for UK seaside town tourism decline through YouTube and Text comprehnsions followed by a creative activity where students create a plan to rejuvenate a town. This lesson has Morecambe town related information (map & key facts) but can easily e adapted to other similar towns.
Why are tropical deserts hot and dry?
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Why are tropical deserts hot and dry?

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This lesson investigates tropical & sub tropical deserts and the reasons for them being hot and dry; ocean currents, latitude, ITCZ and how different factors such as altitude and proximity to a coast affects them. This should take 2 lessons.
Coastal Erosion
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Coastal Erosion

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This lesson investigates the 4 types of coastal erosion and also slumping. Concordant and discordant coasts too.
Clouds
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Clouds

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this lesson investigates the different types of clouds, their descriptions, associated weather and how they are measured (oktas)