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Following a career in the Albanian Special Forces, then 17 years as a professional sumo in Kyoto... I now teach Geography *)

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Following a career in the Albanian Special Forces, then 17 years as a professional sumo in Kyoto... I now teach Geography *)
REVISION: "Top Girls"
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REVISION: "Top Girls"

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A Level revision notes about ‘Top Girls’ by Caryl Churchill Context Feminism Motherhood The female body Religion Rebellion Women’s roles The state Freedom Hope
MIGRATION LUDO
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MIGRATION LUDO

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PLEASE NOTE: the TES preview does not display the font correctly! Based on the classic game but with added random event cards Players try to get their migrant family from the home country to the UK Random events represent the problems of international migration Includes board, rules and event cards (Suggest the board is printed A4 and then all parts are laminated)
REVISION: "Water and carbon cycles"
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REVISION: "Water and carbon cycles"

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A Level revision notes Colour coded: green statistics; yellow definitions; blue dates Systems framework and their application Water on planet Earth, Atmospheric water Factors driving the change in magnitude of water stores Drainage basin systems Water balance The storm (flood) hydrograph Examples of how land use changes can affect the water cycle The carbon cycle Case study of a tropical rainforest setting- water and carbon in the Amazon
REVISION: "Ecosystems under stress"
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REVISION: "Ecosystems under stress"

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A Level revision notes Colour coded: green statistics; yellow definitions; blue dates Nature of ecosystems Food chains, trophic levels and food webs Succession Example of a terrestrial ecosystem in the UK- The chalk downlands of the South Downs Climate change Human exploitation of the global environment Global trends in biodiversity An example of a tropical coral reef system, the Jamaican coral reef Biome 1- Tropical evergreen forest Biome 2- The savannah grassland biome Case study of a specified ecosystem at a local scale- The Sefton Coast sand dunes
REVISION: "Global systems and global governance"
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REVISION: "Global systems and global governance"

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A Level revision notes Colour coded: green statistics; yellow definitions; blue dates Systems framework and their application Factors of production Flows of capital, labour, products, services, information Global marketing Factors in globalisation North American Free Trade Agreement The World Trade Organization Issues associated with interdependence Barriers to trade and protectionism Trends in the volume and pattern of international trade, Fair Trade, Ethical investment Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Nature and role of TNCs Apple Inc.- a transnational corporation International development agencies
REVISION: "The beginning of Elizabeth’s reign, 1558-63"
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REVISION: "The beginning of Elizabeth’s reign, 1558-63"

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A Level revision notes Colour coded: green statistics; yellow definitions; blue dates Elizabeth’s accession Elizabeth’s religious settlement, 1558-63 Marriage and the succession: Elizabeth’s dilemma Social and economic conditions in the mid-sixteenth century
REVISION: "Geography Case Studies for Enquiring Minds"
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REVISION: "Geography Case Studies for Enquiring Minds"

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One page Case Studies: TROPICAL STORM (Hurricane Katrina) DROUGHT (SE England, 2006) TECTONIC HAZARD (Tohoku Tsunami, Japan) COASTAL LANDSCAPE (Holderness, Yorkshire) RIVER LANDSCAPE (Tay Valley, Scotland) SUSTAINABLE RAINFOREST (B&Q timber policy in the Amazon) SUSTAINABLE ARCTIC (Svalbard Environmental Protection Act , Norway) ARCTIC TREATY (The Arctic Council) CITY IN AN ADVANCED COUNTRY (Hull, Yorkshire) CITY IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY (La Paz, Bolivia) LIDC DEVELOPMENT (Top down and bottom up development, Nigeria) UK ECONOMIC HUB (The Cambridge Cluster) UK’S POLITICAL ROLE (Iraq War, 2003) ETHNIC FOOD IN THE UK (origins of fish & chips and curry) UK FOOD SECURITY (LOCAL) food banks UK FOOD SECURITY (PAST) factory farmed chicken UK FOOD SECURITY (PRESENT) GM crops Glossary of key words
Resource Reliance 2: "BRAND NEW COMBINE HARVESTER"
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Resource Reliance 2: "BRAND NEW COMBINE HARVESTER"

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Powerpoint and activities outlining how the mechanisation of farming and commercial fishing provide food Blooms and 9-1 differentiated questions/activities eg Grades 1-2 (Knowledge): You each have at least one clue… swap ideas to help you complete the following task. Describe how modern farming affects the environment by completing the labels surrounding the photo Grades 8-9 (Evaluation): Use the picture of ‘The Environmental Effects of Commercial Fishing’ to: (a) Identify six problems caused by fishing (number them on the picture). (b) In your book, assess the harm done to ocean ecosystems by trawlers, then explain the criteria you would use to assess the six impacts Find out how the farms we get our food from damages the environment (annotate photo) Find out how eating fish causes damage to the environment
Resource Reliance 4: "TROUBLED WATER"
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Resource Reliance 4: "TROUBLED WATER"

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Powerpoint and activities investigating how reservoirs help secure water supplies (but also damage the environment) “Chat/info stations” about the Three Gorges Dam in China: Location Water supply Sediment Waste Wildlife Forced migration Each info station has Blooms and 9-1 differentiated questions/activities eg Grades 1-2 (Knowledge): Describe the location of the Three Gorges Dam. Make a list of the ways in which the Three Gorges Dam has harmed Chinese wildlife Grades 8-9 (Evaluation): Explain the criteria you would use to assess the siting of the Three Gorges HEP project. Justify your choice of ONE animal to protect that is endangered by the Three Gorges Dam
Resource Reliance 1: "FEED THE WORLD"
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Resource Reliance 1: "FEED THE WORLD"

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Powerpoint and activities outlining the factors leading to demand outstripping the supply of food, energy and water Blooms and 9-1 differentiated questions/activities eg Grades 1-2 (Knowledge): Complete the line graph showing World population growth. Describe how the World’s population has changed since 1800 (try to write two paragraphs for 6 marks) Grades 8-9 (Evaluation): Complete the line graph showing Global water consumption’. Complete the table showing ‘Global oil extraction’. Which resource (oil or water) would be the most important to find new source for the 21st century? Justify your answer Drawing and analysing line graphs
Russia Thinking Skills
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Russia Thinking Skills

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I have made a range of topic-specific resources based upon activities in David Leat’s ‘Thinking Through Geography’. They can be dropped into individual lessons or a ‘Russia’ scheme of work. RUSSIA OR BRITAIN Pairs of images for students to discuss, with interesting Russian trivia WHAT COMES NEXT? Six sets of Russia-related photos to discuss and suggest the next feature ODD-ONE-OUT Six sets of Russia-related keywords, place names, etc. Can be used as starters LATERAL THINKING Six Russia-related dilemmas to solve (if possible!) ODD-ONE-OUT Six sets of Russia-related photos, can be used as starters LIVING GRAPH Choose 10 clues from 20 to annotate demographic graphs of Russia MIND MOVIE STORYBOARD Script (and images) about the the volcanoes and industry in Kamchatka CLASSIFICATION 32 facts about the Siberian industry to sort into a Case Study sheet MOST LIKELY TO… Five sets of Russia-related photos with a decision making element WHO? WHAT? WHY? WHEN? Photos of Russia to help formulate ‘W’ questions and prompt discussion IT’S A MYSTERY 32 facts for a pair-share activity about the Russian annexation of Crimea MIND MOVIE SCRIPT Choices facing a Nenets teenager in rapidly-developing Siberia THOUGHT CHAINS Using a concept map about Siberian Tigers to construct logical analysis HEXAGONS AND GEOG WEB Make links to explain the effects of climate change on Russia’s Polar Bears MAKING A… Choose from a menu of features to design a sustainable Black Sea resort DECISION MAKING Use a variety of resources to decide on the best Russian city for UK tourists ROLE PLAY Resources to help decide on the exploitation of Siberian fossil fuel reserves Reading Photos Twelve photos to promote discussion and connect Geographical features
Project workbook: 'INCREDIBLE INDIA'
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Project workbook: 'INCREDIBLE INDIA'

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A 'footsteps' project about India in the 21st Century. Pupils research data and illustrations to complete the booklet. Footsteps follow sections called: Hypothese; Expected Outcomes; Background; Methodology; Data Presentation; Analysis; Conclusion; Evaluation. Questions for research include: 'Today, India is becoming so wealthy because...' 'In the past, the British Empire affected India because...' 'Today, the UK is linked to modern India because...' 'Not everyone is happy with modern India’s development because...'