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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.
Weather & Climate
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Weather & Climate

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this contains 9 lessons on weather & climate including clouds, types of rainfall, variations in UK weather, reasons for differing weather in the tropics between deserts and rainforests, tropical storms a case study on drought in the Sahel and and in depth case study on Hurricane Katrina. This is aimed at GCSE or Year 9 but could be adapted for lower KS3.
Soil Erosion
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Soil Erosion

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This lessons investigates the importance of soil. Tasks include a comprehension task on the Dust Bowl in the USA. Causes of soil erosion gap fill, the effects of soil erosion, solutions to the problem and several scenarios that students must choose an appropriate solution for and justify it.
The Future of Farming
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The Future of Farming

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This lesson investigates developing technology and methods of increasing production. Includes plant based meat, lab grown meat, vertical and rooftop farming and the farming of the oceans. Source material includes diagrams, YouTube videos and texts. This should take 2 periods.
The Deep Ocean
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The Deep Ocean

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This lesson investigates how the ocean varies depending on depth and students label a diagram of he ocean with relevant information provided by a YouTube video. After this students research and add extra facts to their diagram either from a relevant textbook or the internet. Finally there are several questions checking their knowledge of the zones.
China development
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China development

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This lesson investigates how China became the development country it is today, it looks at the Great leap Forward through a reading and YouTube video and how it failed and looks at a BBC article on the modern economic transformation of the country with questions to accompany it.
Sustainable Tourism
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Sustainable Tourism

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This lesson looks at the definition of sustaianable tourism and has a reading activity with 3 examples, students then create their own sustainable resort/ holiday based on making it economically, socially and environmentally sustainable. A great lesson towards the end of a unit on tourism.
Tourism Butler's Model
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Tourism Butler's Model

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A lesson that goes through each stage of Butler’s Model showing how a tourist location changes through time. Activities include listen and draw partner activity, adding labels to Butler’s model, drawing different stages on Butler’s model and a quick whiteboard quiz as a plenary.
Underpopulation
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Underpopulation

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A look at underpopulation in Australia, works as a case study. The main activity centres around an outline map of Australia students are given and then they use the slides to add relevant information to explain why the country is underpopulated.
Settlement
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Settlement

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This contains 10 lessons on settlement starting with the basic of types of settlements, reasons for settlements developing, city models, issues with each zone and case studies on; traffic in bangkok, Mumbai environmental effects. This should take around 12-15 lessons and is aimed at KS4 classes.
What is an Ecosystem?
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What is an Ecosystem?

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This lesson goes through key terminology and gets students to appreciate the range of ecosystems there are. This works as an introductory lesson to a new unit.
Agriculture introduction
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Agriculture introduction

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A lesson for introducing agriculture including key terms and themes. Focus on subsistence vs commercial, pastoral vs arable and intensive vs extensive farming.
Weathering
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Weathering

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This takes 2-3 lesson and looks at types of weathering and factors that affect the rate of weathering.
Types of Rainfall
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Types of Rainfall

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This lesson should take two lessons and investigates relief, frontal and convectional rainfall. The place specific reference in some slides can be tailored to whether you are teaching.
Rainforest Deforestation Case Study Thailand
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Rainforest Deforestation Case Study Thailand

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This ;lesson investigates the causes of deforestation more generally then focuses on specific reasons with facts about the deforestation in Thailand, it then looks at the facts and finally the solutions. This would take 2-3 lessons.
Mangroves
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Mangroves

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This lesson investigates what mangroves are, where they are distributed and the advantages of keeping them intact.
Organic or GM?
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Organic or GM?

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A look at organic vs GMO where facts are presented hopefully free from bias and then students get to make up their own minds and present them.