Edexcel A’Level Geography The carbon cycle and energy insecurity Enquiry Question 2 6.2 a How does the carbon cycle operate within the oceans? An entire lesson linked to the specification with an 8 mark assessment question, including sample answer. No further resources needed. Recall activities so that students know more and can remember more.
A step-by-step guide to completing the methodology section of the NEA. Ideal for use in lessons or online learning. Includes a methodology table, risk assessment and ethical considerations proforma and pre-hand in check list.
A step by step guide to identifying a suitable investigation and writing an introduction, including a pre-hand in checklist linked to the mark scheme. Ideal for use in lessons or online learning.
Students explore the different ways earthquakes are managed in New Zealand. They complete a worksheet which they then use to make a decision about how best to further prepare.
This lesson looks at the albedo effect, the positive albedo feedback loop and the effects of climate change on the Arctic - including a card sort activity.
This booklet covers the following section of the spec 'Global concerns about the physical environment are disproportionately influenced by superpower actions.' Includes information, news articles to supplement places studies, tasks, challenge activities and exam practice. Can be used in a lesson or as a stand alone homework task.
This booklet is designed to prepare students for the OCR B SDME exam based on population and settlement. It includes all the information needed for the population section (not including migration) with a variety of tasks to complete in lesson or independently and an accompanying power point. The final activity is a structured mock SDME.
This lesson includes a thinking skills card game to help students consider how longshore drift operates and creates spits - including a follow up powerpoint.
Linked to AQA GCSE specification but can be used for other exam boards. What are the characteristics of tropical rainforests? How are tropical rainforests interdependent? How have plants and animals adapted to tropical rainforests? Includes do now activities, recall activities so that students know more and can remember more and assessment questions with mark scheme and sample answer.
A work booklet for students to work through to help them prepare for the SDME. It follows on from the first booklet I have published on here. All information students need is included and there a range of activities to help students refine their decision making skills.
All the past American West questions from specimen to 2016 divided into The Plains Indians Geography of the Plains and the move west Mormons Homesteaders Cowboys Law and order Policy and Wars Questions then sub divided into 5,7 and 8 marks. Useful revision
Designed for AQA AS/A2 A'level specification. Includes lesson activities, presentation and assessment as well as sheets with prompts for students to annotate during the lesson.
A revision guide covering causes, effects and management of drought.
Climatic and Tectonic Hazards Revision Guides. Designed for OCR B but suitable for other specs
A revision guide covering the causes, effects and management of tropical storms including case studies. It also looks at why people live in at risk areas and the differences between areas with different levels of development. Includes activities and exam style questions.
GCSE Tectonic Hazards Revision Guide. It includes causes, impacts and responses + case study. There are exam style activities for students to complete. Could be used in lessons or set as homework/independent work.
A'Level Geography Water Cycle and Water Insecurity - EQ2 Impacts of drought on ecosystem functioning
Edexcel A’Level Geography The Water Cycle and Water Insecurity Enquiry Question 2 5.4c The impacts of drought on ecosystem functioning and resilience. Lesson linked to the specification which builds up to completing a 12 exam question, with mark scheme. Involves group work/reading task. Recall tasks to help students learn more and remember more. Links to videos in notes
A decision making style lesson to help students consider why and how the rain forest can be protected. Includes differentiated started activity and differentiated main lesson activity. Lesson plan included