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Ace bespoke resources with super clear graphics to lead your students through tasks easily. Check out super detailed lesson plans...min by min. You get learning objectives linked to levels.. students can review their learning and show progress. Enjoy! Teacher of Geography at -The Beckfoot Learning Trust & The Thomas Hardye school (NQT)-Both Outstanding. The University of Sheffield - PGCE Secondary Geography. The University of Leeds - BA (Hons) Geography

Ace bespoke resources with super clear graphics to lead your students through tasks easily. Check out super detailed lesson plans...min by min. You get learning objectives linked to levels.. students can review their learning and show progress. Enjoy! Teacher of Geography at -The Beckfoot Learning Trust & The Thomas Hardye school (NQT)-Both Outstanding. The University of Sheffield - PGCE Secondary Geography. The University of Leeds - BA (Hons) Geography
Sustainably Managing the Temporate Deciduous Forests? Ecosystems
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Sustainably Managing the Temporate Deciduous Forests? Ecosystems

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My Learning Outcomes: LO1 - To identify the main uses of the Temperate deciduous forest LO2 - To describe patterns on a map of the temperate deciduous forest LO3 – To evaluate 3 different management strategies of the temperate deciduous forest Includes Homework and extension questions Includes a map skills task
Could Sheffield Host the Olympics? Development
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Could Sheffield Host the Olympics? Development

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**Learning Objective: ** To choose an appropriate site to host the athletic events in Sheffield Task: You are going to decide whether Sheffield could host the Olympics or not. The Organising committee want to build a new stadium in Sheffield that will seat up to 80,000 people. They have 4 potential sites, you need to help them decide where the best site is. This lesson includes a Homework
Careers in Geography - What is the Ultimate Geography Job?
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Careers in Geography - What is the Ultimate Geography Job?

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Your Challenge!.. In pairs you are going to design the ‘Ultimate Geography Job!’ You have 2 minutes to get ideas from around the room by reading some example Geography Jobs! You must use at least 3 of the skills from the job descriptions on your resource sheets around the room….Record the skills you want as you go …3…2…1…GO! Write a brief ‘Ultimate Geography Job’ summary of the skills you need, what the job entails, where you may visit. 4 bullet points Draw an illustration of what this ‘Ultimate Geography Job’ may look like! …Maybe a storyline of a typical (wild!) day in this job showing what scenarios you would face and skills used…
Are the Olympics Worth it? - Sustainability
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Are the Olympics Worth it? - Sustainability

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Lesson Objectives To design an environmentally sustainable building To investigate how different focus groups will economically benefit from the Olympics Judge and justify the Dragon’s den winner Task: • You will work in a group of 5. (6 groups). Your activity is also explained on your Dragons Den Worksheet. • You have to create a sustainable tourist building that will be situated in the ‘Olympic village’ for the London 2012 Olympics. • You have to design the building and present it. • Your team will design your sustainable building with annotations on the sugar paper and write a sales pitch for the presentation. • Your first lesson (today) will be on researching the Olympic village, choosing your ‘slant’, brainstorming ideas and getting your design started. Next lesson you will finish your design with all annotations, you will also start writing your speech. The lesson after that you will delegate speech roles, and practice your pitch to a level in accordance with your criteria sheet. Your final lesson will be presenting your pitch to the dragons who will assess you and level you. • You will work to the criteria sheet in order to get the investment from the dragons a high level and some rewards! • Each group will take in turns to be dragons.
Living in Danger Zones! Volcanoes
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Living in Danger Zones! Volcanoes

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**Learning Outcomes: ** Today you will be able to… IDENTIFY ways to predict and measure a Volcanic eruption - L3/4 2. EXAMINE the effects of a volcanic eruption - L4/5 3. ASSESS why people have difficulty in living in danger zones - L5/6 4. RECOMMEND some evacuation ground rules for people living in volcanic danger zones – L6/7 Detailed minute by minute lesson plan included Music clip included to play with the bell task / starter photos
Geography in the News - Around the World!
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Geography in the News - Around the World!

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You main objective is to work as a team in order to confidently… Describe the location of a news story. Examine some of the causes and effects of current environmental disasters in the world Decide on realistic solutions to some of the worlds environmental problems Learning Outcomes By the end of the lesson you will have developed a greater understanding that people depend on the natural environment in many areas of the world You will have developed an appreciation of how people can affect the natural environment in different ways Resources: PPT Student Worksheet Peer Assessment Sheets
Carbon Footprint Mystery: How can I reduce my carbon footprint?
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Carbon Footprint Mystery: How can I reduce my carbon footprint?

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Mystery Question: how can we have stopped the death of the man in the photo? Lesson Objectives: Identify what a carbon footprint is Know how to reduce our carbon footprints To understand how people’s daily lives impact on the environment. Communication and debate skills, ability to think of solutions and reach a compromise Expectations: All: To analyse map and information to extract facts relating to the state of the planet Most: To form an argument and have an opinion Some: To assess the costs and benefits of the life style options to people and the environment. To consider how other people’s opinions can influence decisions and behaviour Resources: PPT Handout Sheet Card Sort
What Can I do to Help Save the Planet? - Climate Change
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What Can I do to Help Save the Planet? - Climate Change

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**Lesson Objectives ** To gain an understanding of how to delegate within a team To structure your presentation To promote your idea as being the best solution for climate change This can be used as an Assessment on a Climate Change Module ** Key Skills** Oracy Teamwork Research Planning Delegation Resources 2x Powerpoints and a Student Worksheet Running Time This can be run over 3 lessons to give students the time to plan and create their solutions.
Where in the world is China?
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Where in the world is China?

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Learning based, measurable, displayed Aims and Objectives: Learning Objectives To Identify China’s surrounding countries To describe Physical and Human Features of China To explain the difference between Human and Physical Geography Learning Outcomes (Students will…) • You will be able to name some of the countries that surround China • You will be able to describe some of the main physical and human features of China • You will be able to explain the difference between human and physical Geography Connect the Learning / Big Picture: This is a new topic for the students they have just finished a topic on Adventure landscapes. This is an introduction to where China is to set the scene for later lessons on issues faced in China, TNC’s, Industry. Detailed lesson plan included with this. Lots of resources and a wide variety of tasks included.
Geography in the News - Solar Planes and Bullet Trains
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Geography in the News - Solar Planes and Bullet Trains

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Learning Objectives: LO3: To evaluate how effective a solution would be to a Geographic problem in the news  – A/A* LO2: To suggest realistic solutions to a current Geographic problem in the news                                                           – B/A LO1: To identify any problems happening in a current Geographic news story                                                       – D/C Success Criteria: Identified a certain Geographic problem currently happening in the news Suggested a relevant and realistic solution for a Geographic problem occurring in the news Offered a range of quality reasons for why a solution is a good or a poor idea Resources PPT Lesson Plan Resource Sheet Teachers Notes
Banana Split! A Fairtrade Lesson
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Banana Split! A Fairtrade Lesson

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Learning Outcomes To describe the ‘chain of trade’ before a banana reaches the consumer - L3/4 To examine and negotiate ‘who should get what’ from the sale of bananas. – L5 To justify improvements to make banana trade a ‘fair trade’ - L6+ Each banana is worth 30p What cut of this 30p do you think you should get? Discuss as a group and come up with an amount. Write it on your role sheet and we will reveal as a group. You will need to justify this. PPT Design is our own. PDF resource credit is given to CAFOD and links are provided to this on the ppt
Tsunami Responses and Aid! Development
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Tsunami Responses and Aid! Development

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ENQUIRY THEME and Key question(s): How effective is the current international trade and aid system in narrowing the gap between LEDCs and MEDCs? Learning Objectives: (knowledge, understanding, skills, values) Learning Outcomes: • Critically evaluate a relevant case study • Understand how effective International Aid is in developing an LEDC Students will be able to: • Produce a case study poster showing all details and Aid management strategies • Evaluate the effectiveness of Aid given in the Asian Tsunami disaster Detailed Lesson Plan included
Managing Fragile Coastal Environments! Coasts and Tourism
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Managing Fragile Coastal Environments! Coasts and Tourism

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Learning Objectives: To understand that some coastal areas face environmental threats. That some coastal environments are fragile and need to be managed in order to survive. Evaluate some of the difficulties of Coral Reef Management Case study of Soufriere Marine Reserve. ICT Based lesson. Independent research task for students. Students are lead through the case study using the PPT. The result is a good case study revision sheet for exams.
Analysing Map Extracts - Coasts
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Analysing Map Extracts - Coasts

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Very detailed lesson plan included. Works as a great revisuon lesson as well as a stand alone. Starter, Main and Summary included. PPT includes student annotation worksheets. Example of the tasks included: Task 1) Map Extract showing Erosional Processes and Landforms (10mins) Study these maps: As a class, annotate… All of the characteristics and features of this stretch of coastline e.g. Location, physical/human features 2) All of the erosional and weathering processes that may be occurring on this stretch of coastline 3) Extend annotation 2 with reasons why these processes may be occurring here 4) Extend annotation 3 with any Positive and Negative impacts of the processes on this stretch of coastline 5) Potential sea defences that could be used on this Coastline with a reason why Task 2) Map Extract of a Fragile Coastal Environment (10mins) Study these maps: As a class, annotate… All of the characteristics of this stretch of coastline e.g. Location, physical/human features 2) All of the commercial and recreation activities that may be possible on this stretch of coastline 3) Extend annotation 2 with reasons why these activities may be possible here 4) Extend annotation 3 with Positive and Negative impacts of the activities on this stretch of coastline 5) Management strategies used on this Fragile Coastal Environment
Locating Industry! People, Work and Development
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Locating Industry! People, Work and Development

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ENQUIRY THEME and Key question(s): People work and Development, An introduction to location of industry. Lesson: ‘Locating Industry’ Learning Objectives: (knowledge, understanding, skills, values) • To understand the factors that determine the location of different industries • To decide on and justify which multinational company you would locate in Sheffield Learning Outcomes: Students will have completed a spider diagram with knowledge of factors of locating industry. They will have discussed and worked in groups to understand that locating industry in Sheffield will depend on different factors for different companies. Quality Starter, Main and Plenary and Homework with this. Detailed Lesson Plan included.
South Korea! Development
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South Korea! Development

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ENQUIRY THEME and Key question(s): Learning Objectives: (knowledge, understanding, skills, values) The location of South Korea and the stages of development in South Korea. Learning Outcomes Students will be able to 1) accurately label a map of South Korea 2) timeline showing the stages of the countries development. Detailed Lesson Plan included. Key Terms Sheet included.
What are the impacts of Industrial Decline? Development
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What are the impacts of Industrial Decline? Development

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ENQUIRY THEME and Key question(s): What are the impacts of Industrial Decline? Learning Objectives: (knowledge, understanding, skills, values) Learning Outcomes: • To understand the economic social and environmental impacts of industrial decline in the UK Students will be able to: • Explain a range of impacts of industrial decline socially, environmentally and economically. • They will be able to link impacts to a decrease in industrial inputs Detailed Lesson Plan Included Additional Homework Sketch tasks included
Sustainable Management of the Tropical Rainforest! Ecosystems
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Sustainable Management of the Tropical Rainforest! Ecosystems

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Learning Objectives LO1) To understand some of the ways in which the rainforest can be managed to protect the natural environment and help the local people LO 2) To be able to evaluate the different schemes in place that can help sustain the rainforests Includes a Key word sheet Includes Extension Questions Includes differentiated higher and lower task sheetd