Hero image

Geography Teachers Resources

Average Rating2.94
(based on 10 reviews)

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.

115Uploads

18k+Views

10k+Downloads

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
mrgeographyukmrgeographyuk

The Geography of Coronavirus/ Covid-19

(2)
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?
Using GIS to understand the erosion of the Holderness Coast
mrgeographyukmrgeographyuk

Using GIS to understand the erosion of the Holderness Coast

(0)
This lesson uses GIS with step by step instructions so that students can measure the erosion of the coast and then plot this on a graph using Google Sheets. This is done by overlapping a historic map with current satellite imagery and measuring the difference. This can be attempted by a student who has never used ArcGIS before.
Why are Plants so Important for nature?
mrgeographyukmrgeographyuk

Why are Plants so Important for nature?

(0)
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.
Easter Island (How did a civilization collapse?)
mrgeographyukmrgeographyuk

Easter Island (How did a civilization collapse?)

(0)
This lesson investigates the collapse of civilization on Easter Island. It starts with a structured activity describing the location of the island and its physical geography using maps as source material. Some key terms are then introduced and ideally added to their glossary (if they have one). A short YouTube video is watched and a text is read providing information on the collapse of civilization, students then answer 5 questions. They then complete a table in which they explain how each different factor made life more and more difficult for people to live on the island. Finally as an extension tasks students apply the lesson learned from Easter Island to our modern day way of life and the way we are exploiting our resources.
RGS Young Geographer of the Year 2020 'The World Beyond My Window'
mrgeographyukmrgeographyuk

RGS Young Geographer of the Year 2020 'The World Beyond My Window'

(1)
This years competition title is ‘The World Beyond My Window’. This resource was taught through online teaching to KS3 & KS4 but can easily be set as a task on Google Classroom or any equivalent. It includes a planning sheet, step by step instruction, examples, a mark scheme and checklist. There is a simple and a more comprehensive set of instructions depending upon the level of the students.
Latitude & Longitude
mrgeographyukmrgeographyuk

Latitude & Longitude

(0)
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.
Why do Rivers Bend? (Meanders & Ox-bow Lakes)
mrgeographyukmrgeographyuk

Why do Rivers Bend? (Meanders & Ox-bow Lakes)

(0)
A lesson aimed at KS3 focusing on the formation of meanders and ox-box lakes, there are activities involving the labeling of river cross sections, a gap fill on the formation of a meander and step by step formation of an ox-bow lake and using google Maps to find ox-bow lakes on the Mississippi.
GMO or Organic food?
mrgeographyukmrgeographyuk

GMO or Organic food?

(1)
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.
How do we use the Ocean
mrgeographyukmrgeographyuk

How do we use the Ocean

(0)
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.
Ocean Pollution
mrgeographyukmrgeographyuk

Ocean Pollution

(0)
This lesson investigates the effect of various types of pollution on the ocean; light, noise, plastic and the process of eutrophication. Sources includes readings, diagrams and Youtube clips
The Deep Ocean
mrgeographyukmrgeographyuk

The Deep Ocean

(0)
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.
The Oceans
mrgeographyukmrgeographyuk

The Oceans

(0)
This lesson looks at place specific location of oceans and seas involving Atlas/ Google Maps work in labeling their own map. Further questions involving locational knowledge, sea routes and some questions on plate tectonics (sea floor spreading etc).
The Importance of Oceans
mrgeographyukmrgeographyuk

The Importance of Oceans

(0)
This lesson looks at the importance of ocean sin terms of the hydrological cycle, carbon storage, oxygen production and thermohaline circulation (ocean currents).
USA Mexico Migration
mrgeographyukmrgeographyuk

USA Mexico Migration

(0)
A lesson that can be used as a case study of USA Mexico migration, looking at key terms, effects on the donor and host country and push and pull factors.
What is Tourism and Tourism Increase
mrgeographyukmrgeographyuk

What is Tourism and Tourism Increase

(0)
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.