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AQA Citizenship GCSE 4 units SOW
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AQA Citizenship GCSE 4 units SOW

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All you need to teach the GCSE AQA! No planning or knowledge needed, you are good to go with all four units. This will save you hundreds of hours of preparation and work. This helps cover large elements of PSHEE and British values as well as giving stuents another GCSE. This can be taught in 2 years with 4 hours a fortnight. Lessons have diverse pedagogical activities and styles that include group/independent work, think pair share, questioning, exam application and comprehension. Some tasks are supported by the AQA Citizenship textbook. Unit names: Unit 1: Politics and Participation Unit 2: Rights and Responsibilities Unit 3: Life in Modern Britain Unit 4: Active Citizenship Unit Lesson Breakdown: Unit 1: Politics and Participation Citizenship and identity Monarchy and rule Local government Voting and elections Political parties Government funding Democracy and the UK constitution Referendums Review Key structures and roles Forming and structuring a government How others govern themselves How can people make a difference in society? Key terms quiz Unit 2: Rights and Resonsibilities Laws Why Laws? International Law Rights and Responsibilities Rights and Responsibilities lesson 2 Rights and Responsibilities lesson 3 Rights and Responsibilities lesson 4 Change in Citizen’s Rights Trade Unions Employers Associations Industrial Action Dealing with Crime Youth Sentencing Universal Human Rights Universal Human Rights lesson 2 Unit 3 Life in Modern Britain Principles and Values British Values British Identity Identity and Migration Identity and Multiculturalism Assessment Media and Free Press Free Press Free Press and Censorship International Organisations BREXIT International Disputes NGOs Responses to Humanitarian Issues Assessment Making a Difference to Society Issues of Voter Turn Out MPs and How to Make a Difference Assessment/Peer marking Unit 4 Active Citizenship Active citizenship: This explores the unit, what it entails as well as different methods that can be used to affect change Impact of social action: looking at previous action and how it affected change Identifying an issue: this guides students through areas that they may wish to explore as well as looking at primary and secondary research. Planning: here students are guided through the planning process of what they are going to do to formulate a well thought out action plan Evaluation: looking at other social action as well as their own to evaluate how effective social action is.
Middle East SoW KS3 Geography
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Middle East SoW KS3 Geography

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All lessons have diverse pedagogical techniques and activities. These include: Do it Now tasks, video tasks, independent work, group work, quizzes, maths skills, leaflet creation. There are key links to the GCSE specification - skills, fossil fuel case study, hot deserts and adaptations. There is also a short written assessment included as part of the scheme of work. Lesson 1: Countries Lesson 2: Climate of the Middle East Lesson 3 Adaptations Lesson 4 Population distribution Lesson 5: Oil Lesson 6: How has the UAE developed? Lesson 7: Why is Yemen so poor? Lesson 8 Conflict in the Middle East Lesson 9: Assessment
AQA Contemporary Urban Environments SOW: A Level
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AQA Contemporary Urban Environments SOW: A Level

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Full scheme of work with lessons and additional wider reading articles for relevant lessons. Includes theory, lesson activities as well as homework tasks. There is also some exam practice and 20 mark framework lesson material as well. I have also have all GCSE units if you are looking for those. Lesson 1: Intro Lesson 2: Megacities Lesson 3: World cities Lesson 4+5: Changes in Contemporary Urban Environments Lesson 6+7: Reasons for change: deindustrialisation Lesson 8: Reasons for change: decentralisation Lesson 9: Reasons for change: Urban resurgence Lesson 10 Urban form Lesson 11+12: Social and economic issues Lesson 13: 20 mark planning Lesson 14: Urban climate Lesson 15: Urban drainage Lesson 16: River restoration Lesson 17: Waste Lesson 18: Air pollution Lesson 19: Water pollution and dereliction Lesson 20: Sustainable urban developments Lesson 21: Case studies Additionally in the folder are some mini quizzes using Google Forms and checklists/note reviews.
Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities SOW - Full Lessons
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Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities SOW - Full Lessons

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A full scheme of work for the Rights and Responsibilities unit. Includes interleaving, videos and various learning exercises. Please check my page for other resources. Lesson outline Laws Why Laws? International Law Rights and Responsibilities Rights and Responsibilities lesson 2 Rights and Responsibilities lesson 3 Rights and Responsibilities lesson 4 Change in Citizen’s Rights Trade Unions Employers Associations Industrial Action Dealing with Crime Youth Sentencing Universal Human Rights Universal Human Rights lesson 2
AQA GCSE Changing Economic World FULL SOW
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AQA GCSE Changing Economic World FULL SOW

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An engaging, in-depth full scheme of work of 30 lessons. It includes a variety of learning tasks, videos, exam practice and interleaving of knowledge. Exemplar uploaded so that you can preview the type of content. Supported by Oxford Press textbook. Breakdown of lessons What is development? Limitations of development measures DTM Development and population Differences in development Consequences of development: inequality Consequences of development: migration The development gap Reducing the development gap: aid Reducing the development gap: intermediate technology Reducing the development gap: free and fair trade (2 lessons) Reducing the development gap: debt relief and micro finance Reducing the development gap: Tourism in Jamaica case study Exam technique Exploring Nigeria (2 lessons) Nigeria: political and global links Nigeria: TNCs Nigeria: TNC environmental impact Aid and quality of life Review UK: Changing UK economy UK: Post industrial economy UK: Science parks UK: Environmental impact of industry UK:Changing rural landscapes UK: Transport improvements UK: North-south divide UK: Links to wider world
Citizenship: Politics and Participation SOW Full Lessons
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Citizenship: Politics and Participation SOW Full Lessons

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A full scheme of work for the Rights and Responsibilities unit. Includes interleaving, videos and various learning exercises. One lesson is uploaded in addition so you can see it as an exemplar. Please check my page for all other SOW for the Citizenship units. Lesson outline: Citizenship and identity Monarchy and rule Local government Voting and elections Political parties Government funding Democracy and the UK constitution Referendums Review Key structures and roles Forming and structuring a government How others govern themselves How can people make a difference in society? Key terms quiz
Revision Checklists All Units Geography AQA GCSE
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Revision Checklists All Units Geography AQA GCSE

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Make revision more diagnostic and allow it to show progress. These revision checklists can have a significant effect on your results. They can be regularly RAG rated to show progress - this could be in class or set as homework They ensure students revise all parts of the specification They can be delivered either through printing, electronically or as a live document via Google classroom. They are a student friendly version of the GCSE specification ensuring that all content is covered in revision. If you use the Oxford Press textbook, there are links to the page numbers as well. Topics covered: Paper 1 Tectonic and weather hazards Living world River environments of the UK Coastal environments of the UK Paper 2 Urban issues and challenges The changing economic world Resource management Energy Please check my page for other resources such as a condensed presentation of all case studies as well as entire SOW.
AQA GCSE Geography All SOW+More
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AQA GCSE Geography All SOW+More

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In this amazing bundle is all that you need to teach the AQA GCSE in Geography and more. This will save you hundreds of hours of preparation (which is what it took to make). Many reviews are 5 star and I have used and adapted these resources over the years to achieve consistently positive progress figures. Buying this bundle will save you over £20. Lessons have diverse pedagogical techniques and link to numerous past question applications. Lessons include exam structures for 4, 6 and 9 mark questions, videos, group work, individual focused work, questioning and application. The units are: Paper One: The challenge of natural hazards The living world UK Landscapes: River landscapes UK landscapes: coastal landscapes Paper Two: Urban issues and challenges The changing economic world Resource management Energy There are also other materials include. Case study overview for revision Learning checklists for revision Revision booklets for some topics. Lessons can utilise the textbook pictured. Enjoy!
Urban Issues and Challenges FULL SOW AQA Geography
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Urban Issues and Challenges FULL SOW AQA Geography

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A full and engaging scheme of work for Urban Issues and Challenges. 19 Lessons in total that include a variety of tasks, videos, exam practice and interleaving of knowledge. Exemplar lesson uploaded to give you an idea of content. Check my page for other geography schemes of work. Lesson breakdown: An urban world Why do cities grow (2 lessons) Rio: introduction Rio: social challenges Rio: economic challenges Rio: environmental challenges Rio: favelas Rio: favela development UK: urban areas Bristol: location and importance Bristol: social and economic opportunities Bristol: environmental challenges Bristol: dereliction and urban sprawl Bristol: new housing Bristol: regeneration Bristol: creating a clean environment Bristol: social inequalities Freiburg: urban sustainability
Citizenship: Life in Modern Britain SOW - Full Lessons
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Citizenship: Life in Modern Britain SOW - Full Lessons

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A complete scheme of work for GCSE AQA Citizenship. Lessons include interleaving, key terms, exam skills and numerous learning activities. Please check my page for all other units of work for Citizenship. Lesson outline: Principles and Values British Values British Identity Identity and Migration Identity and Multiculturalism Assessment Media and Free Press Free Press Free Press and Censorship International Organisations BREXIT International Disputes NGOs Responses to Humanitarian Issues Assessment Making a Difference to Society Issues of Voter Turn Out MPs and How to Make a Difference Assessment/Peer marking
Challenge of Natural Hazards FULL SOW AQA Geography
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Challenge of Natural Hazards FULL SOW AQA Geography

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A full and engaging scheme of work for The Challenge of Natural Hazards GCSE. 25 lessons in total that include a variety of tasks, videos, exam practice and interleaving of knowledge. Exemplar lesson uploaded to give you an idea of content. Lesson breakdown: Earth’s structure and plates Plate boundaries Earthquakes Nepal/Chile: contrasting case studies Why do people live on plate boundaries Plan, predict, prepare Revision (2 lessons) Global circulation Tropical storms 2 lessons Haiyan mapping UK weather hazards UK extreme weather Case study: extreme weather Application of case study/map skills Climate change Natural causes of climate change Human causes of climate change Managing climate change Adapting to climate change Review lesson Revision lesson
Citizenship GCSE  3xSOW Bundle (AQA)
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Citizenship GCSE 3xSOW Bundle (AQA)

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Three out of the four units of work for the GCSE AQA Citizenship course. The final unit is ‘Active Citizenship’ which is a little more bespoke in the teaching of it hence that needing to be more teacher planned. Full lessons with various learning activities including videos, comprehension tasks and exam application. **Politics and Participation: ** Citizenship and identity Monarchy and rule Local government Voting and elections Political parties Government funding Democracy and the UK constitution Referendums Review Key structures and roles Forming and structuring a government How others govern themselves How can people make a difference in society? Key terms quiz Rights and Responsibilities Laws Why Laws? International Law Rights and Responsibilities Rights and Responsibilities lesson 2 Rights and Responsibilities lesson 3 Rights and Responsibilities lesson 4 Change in Citizen’s Rights Trade Unions Employers Associations Industrial Action Dealing with Crime Youth Sentencing Universal Human Rights Universal Human Rights lesson Life in Modern Britain Principles and Values British Values British Identity Identity and Migration Identity and Multiculturalism Assessment Media and Free Press Free Press Free Press and Censorship International Organisations BREXIT International Disputes NGOs Responses to Humanitarian Issues Assessment Making a Difference to Society Issues of Voter Turn Out MPs and How to Make a Difference Assessment/Peer marking
All AQA Geography Case Studies GCSE
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All AQA Geography Case Studies GCSE

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This is an attractive condensing of all of the GCSE case studies for Paper 1 and Paper 2. It highlights all of the key elements of the case studies for: Paper 1: Hazards - weather and tectonic Living World UK river landscapes UK coastal landscapes Paper 2: Urban Issues Changing economic world Resource management Energy
Geography of Crime (Full SOW)
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Geography of Crime (Full SOW)

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Something a little different but both engaging and foundational for introducing the themes in the GCSE course. This is a full scheme of work that is ready to go and has been taught. It has a range of different pedagogical strategies throughout the scheme of work. It also builds skills around the describe, explain and evaluate command words needed for GCSE. This is suitable for Year 8 or 9. Lesson Outlines The geography of crime - exploration of crime and using the ‘explain’ command word Crime and place - 4 mark exam question structure as well as evaluating a policing strategy in a specific place Fear of crime - work on 4 and 6 mark exam question structures Mapping crime - choropleth mapping exercise Designing out crime - drawing exercise will need to be adapted to your location by changing the location) Jack the Ripper - how human geography affected crime Oceanic crime - modern day piracy, exploring development Rainforest crime - group work task with evaluation The heroin trail - atlas tasks as well as exploring development/GDP. Civil war - explores Syria and the resulting migration Assessment - full written assessment pro forma included If you like this scheme of work, please do give it 5 stars and check out my other schemes of work as I have both KS3, KS4 and KS5 resources.
AQA Resource Management+Energy SOW Geography GCSE
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AQA Resource Management+Energy SOW Geography GCSE

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This is a full scheme of work for the ‘Resource Management’ unit. After this unit, teachers/students have a choice of specialising in Food/Water/Energy for questions 4/5/6. I have included my SOW lessons for Energy at no extra cost in case this is useful. Lessons include starters, a range of learning exercises supported with exam application, as well as learning checks. Resource management lessons. Lesson 1+2 Essential resources Lesson 3 UK demanded for food Lesson 4 UK demand for water Lesson 5 Water pollution Lesson 6 UK energy Lesson 7 Energy debate Lesson 8 Exam practice Energy lessons: Lesson 1 Energy insecurity Lesson 2 Impacts of energy insecurity Lesson 3 Strategies to increase energy production Lesson 4 Fossil fuel case study Lesson 5 Sustainable energy use Lesson 6 Micro hydro scheme: Chambamontera
Globalisation SOW KS3 Geography
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Globalisation SOW KS3 Geography

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A scheme of work that lasts a half term which includes a diverse range of lesson activities from videos, group work as homework. An assessment is also included. Lesson outlines Globalisation TNCs Globalisation and textile industry Positives and negatives of globalisation Globalisation leaflet lesson Globalisation and development Global food supply If you need any further KS3 or GCSE SOW please do check out my page for 5* rated resources.
AQA River Landscapes of the UK FULL SOW AQA Geography
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AQA River Landscapes of the UK FULL SOW AQA Geography

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A full scheme of work with a range of different learning activities to engage all. I have all of the AQA units for GCSE geography on my page if you like the style of these. Lesson 1: Hydrological cycle Lesson 2: Drainage basin Lesson 3: Long profile Lesson 4: Erosion and transportation Lesson 5: Upper course features Lesson 6: Upper course features cont. Lesson 7: Middle course features Lesson 8: Lower course features Lesson 9: Hydrographs Lesson 10: Engineering strategies Lesson 11: UK flood case study Lesson 12: Application There are also some revision parts in there. I also have the exam checklists available for all units, so please download them to guide revision.
Ultimate Christmas Quiz!
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Ultimate Christmas Quiz!

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An hour long fun and engaging quiz for all ages that all can enjoy. I have played and honed these rounds over the year so that they are accessible to all but also epic and enjoyable. The rounds included: Guess that cracker joke punchline - truly awful, in a great way. Quality Street or Roses? - you’ll be amazed what you don’t know! Name the country (based on picture puns) Christmas observation Christmas Dingbats - a real brain stretcher Christmas food general knowledge - who does have KFC for Christmas? Chocolate bar cross section - a favourite finale
Citzenship: Active Citizenship Full SoW and Booklet
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Citzenship: Active Citizenship Full SoW and Booklet

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Here is a set of lessons and student resource booklet to guide teachers and students through this student led unit. There are five lessons in total that accompany the booklet. Each aims to get students thinking about their project in a very guided, step by step manner to get the best results out of the action. Active citizenship: This explores the unit, what it entails as well as different methods that can be used to affect change Impact of social action: looking at previous action and how it affected change Identifying an issue: this guides students through areas that they may wish to explore as well as looking at primary and secondary research. Planning: here students are guided through the planning process of what they are going to do to formulate a well thought out action plan Evaluation: looking at other social action as well as their own to evaluate how effective social action is. I have the three other units for Citizenship so please do check those out as well. They have been rated 5 stars.
Glaciation SOW KS3 Geography
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Glaciation SOW KS3 Geography

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A scheme of work that lasts a half term which includes a diverse range of lesson activities from videos, group work as homework. Lesson outlines Ice and ice ages Melting ice Glacial landforms Tourism in Antarctica Living with ice Glacial map skills Mapping landforms Mapping landforms 2 Tourism in the Alps Protecting Antarctica If you need any further KS3 or GCSE SOW please do check out my page for 5* rated resources.