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A selection of Geography lessons
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.
Ecosystems
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Ecosystems

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This contains 9 lessons aimed at GCSE and/ or Year 9. It includes ecosystem basics, reasons for variations in climate in the tropics, rainforest plant & animal adaptations, tropical desert plant & animal adaptations, coral reefs, mangroves and a case study on deforestation and restoration of tropical rainforests in Thailand.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Beach Formation
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Beach Formation

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This lesson looks at the formation of beaches, longshore drift and the formation of spits and salt marshes.
Coral Restoration Koh Phi Phi
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Coral Restoration Koh Phi Phi

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This lesson looks at how the Thai island famous from ‘The Beach’ has been affected by mass tourism and how it has recently tried to restore its coral reefs
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.
Where is India?
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Where is India?

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An introductory lesson on India focusing on describing its location and physical features aimed at KS3
Why is it hot and wet at the equator?
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Why is it hot and wet at the equator?

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This lesson investigates the reasons for the equator being hot and wet it also looks at the ICTZ. There is also a climate table interpretation and climate graph drawing activity. This lesson would usually take 2 lessons,