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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.
Why do cities grow
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Why do cities grow

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A lesson that investigates the reasons for cities growing in size; ports, nodal points, adminstrative centres and agricultural centres
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.
Waves
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Waves

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This lesson is an introduction to a unit on coasts and investigates key terms, how waves are created and constructive & destructive beaches
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.
Industry Introduction
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Industry Introduction

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The first lesson in the unit of Industry involves looking at industrial sectors, plotting information on pie charts and triangular graphs.
Agriculture Introduction
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Agriculture Introduction

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This lesson is an introduction to a unit on agriculture focusing on the key idea of inputs, processes and outputs. Students add inputs, processes and outputs to a diagram of a farming example. The rest of the lesson focuses on the differences between commercial and subsistence and intensive and extensive farming using comparison tables and a whiteboard activity where students have to name the type of farming.
Congestion - Bangkok
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Congestion - Bangkok

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This lesson investigates the causes and effects of Bangkok’s congestion and also looks at solutions to the problem which the students use the internet to research. this lesson was created when I taught at an International School in Bangkok.
Development Background & Theories
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Development Background & Theories

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This lesson looks at what makes a country ‘developed’ or a MEDC looking at different theories. The PowerPoint title can be changed to whichever country you are teaching in, I wrote it whilst teaching in Bangkok.
India's Super Rich
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India's Super Rich

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This lesson investigates the wealthiest Indians and the reasons for their success. Graphs of GDP and the % share of wealth are analysed. The main activity involves a reading comprehension and finally students answer the inquiry question 'who is benefiting from India’s development?
How has our energy consumption changed?
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How has our energy consumption changed?

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This lesson looks at how energy consumption has increased over time and where energy consumption is highest making links to income using data from Gapminder. There are skills tasks involving describing graphs and makes with peer assessment guides. Links are provided to a website so students can find out their own carbon footprint and questions to go along with Leonardo DiCaprio’s ‘Before the Flood’ documentary.
How place influences Industry
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How place influences Industry

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A lesson that investigates the different factors that influence where industry should be set up with different scenarios proposed such as clothes manufacturing and R&D.