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Currently, a Geography teacher who is working internationally in Asia. I have been using resources from TES for many years and now feel its time to share my own.

Currently, a Geography teacher who is working internationally in Asia. I have been using resources from TES for many years and now feel its time to share my own.
Lesson 6 - Plastic Impacts (Lesson 6 of 8)
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Lesson 6 - Plastic Impacts (Lesson 6 of 8)

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Lesson 6 - Plastic Impacts (Used with 11-14 students) The sixth lesson in my conservation scheme of learning. This lesson focuses on the impact of plastic on our oceans. Lesson is fully resourced with a powerpoint and worksheet. The following lessons look at extinction, mapping biodiversity, threats and a range of animal case studies e.g. bush meat. My lessons use high quality images so apologies if the files are large. Some of the activities are adapted from various sources including TES.
GCSE/IGCSE Geography - Globalisation and TNCs
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GCSE/IGCSE Geography - Globalisation and TNCs

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Introduction to Globalisation and TNCs Theme 3.1 IGCSE Cambridge Geography (can be adapted/used for other specifications) Lesson introduces Globalisation, the causes of Globalisation and how global a TNC is (Toyota). Ideas are my own or adapted from elsewhere
IGCSE/GCSE Problems of Urban Areas and Urbanisation
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IGCSE/GCSE Problems of Urban Areas and Urbanisation

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Problems of Urban Areas and Urbanisation Theme 1.6 IGCSE Cambridge Geography (can be used for any specification) A variety of activities that focuses on the problems caused by urban areas and urbanisation. Includes a carousel research activity, diamond 9 and exam questions. Some ideas have been adapted from elsewhere
Mount Everest
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Mount Everest

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A extended lesson (can fit around 3 lessons) on the highest geography in the world; Mount Everest. Contains a range of activities including examining Sherpa Lifestyle, expeditions and the mountain itself. It is very visual and contains a range of videos. Some activities have been adapted from elsewhere - thanks for the inspiration
IGCSE Geography - Introduction to Development
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IGCSE Geography - Introduction to Development

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What is development? Theme 3.1 IGCSE Cambridge Geography (can be used for any specification) An introduction to development including definitions, card sort development indicators, research using GapMinder and skills questions. Some ideas have been adpated from elsewhere
IGCSE/GCSE (or KS3) Introduction to Migration (Causes and Impacts)
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IGCSE/GCSE (or KS3) Introduction to Migration (Causes and Impacts)

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IGCSE/GCSE (Could also be used for KS3) Introduction to Migration (Causes and Impacts) Lesson focused what is migration, why it happens (push and pull factors) and the impacts of migration. Can be used for both IGCSE and GCSE but would also be suitable for KS3. Ideas are my own or adapted from elsewhere.
Rainforest Deforestation - Causes and Diamond 9
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Rainforest Deforestation - Causes and Diamond 9

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Causes of Rainforest Deforestation ** A very engaging lesson that is fully resourced. Contains a range of interesting videos to hook students. Instructions are on the notes section of each slide. Ideas are are mostly my own but some are adapted from elsewhere. Please have a look at my other lessons.
IGCSE/GCSE Mexico to USA Migration Case Study
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IGCSE/GCSE Mexico to USA Migration Case Study

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IGCSE/GCSE Mexico to USA Migration Case Study Lesson focused on the causes and impacts of migration from Mexico to USA. Students complete a Case Study A3 Sheet. Can be used for both IGCSE and GCSE. Ideas are my own or adapted from elsewhere.
Rainforest Campaign - Management - Sustainable - Whole Lesson
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Rainforest Campaign - Management - Sustainable - Whole Lesson

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Rainforest Management Campaign A planning a rainforest campaign lesson. Students analyse a range of different campaigns, then plan their own, and eventually peer assess each others. This can be used as a lesson before they actually create their own campaigns. In my previous examples of delivering this lesson students have created Posters, Instagram accounts and videos. Ideas are my own or sometimes adapted from elsewhere. Please check out my other lessons.
IGCSE/GCSE Geography - Hazardous Environments
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IGCSE/GCSE Geography - Hazardous Environments

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A selection of Hazardous Environments lessons that would suit either GCSE or IGCSE. Lessons are: Introduction to Plate Tectonics Plate Boundaries Volcano Impacts What are volcanoes? What is a hazard and where are they found?
Lesson 2 - Species Extinction (Lesson 2 of 8)
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Lesson 2 - Species Extinction (Lesson 2 of 8)

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Lesson 2 - Species Extinction (Used with 11-14 students) The second lesson in my Conservation scheme of learning. This looks at the extinction of the Dodo. Lesson is fully resourced with a powerpoint and worksheet. The following lessons look at extinction, mapping biodiversity, threats and a range of animal case studies e.g. bush meat. My lessons use high quality images so apologies if the files are large. Some of the activities are adapted from various sources including TES.
Lesson 5 - Bush Meat (Lesson 5 of 8)
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Lesson 5 - Bush Meat (Lesson 5 of 8)

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Lesson 5 - Bush Meat (Used with 11-14 students) The fifth lesson in my conservation scheme of learning. This lesson focuses on the ‘bushmeat crisis’ with a particular focus on Gorillas. Lesson is fully resourced with a powerpoint and worksheet. The following lessons look at extinction, mapping biodiversity, threats and a range of animal case studies e.g. bush meat. My lessons use high quality images so apologies if the files are large. Some of the activities are adapted from various sources including TES.
Lesson 4 - Threats to Biodiversity (Lesson 4 of 8)
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Lesson 4 - Threats to Biodiversity (Lesson 4 of 8)

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Lesson 4 - Threats to Biodiversity (Used with 11-14 students) The fourth lesson in my conservation scheme of learning. This lesson focuses on the threats to biodiversity and includes a ranking activity. Lesson is fully resourced with a powerpoint and worksheet. The following lessons look at extinction, mapping biodiversity, threats and a range of animal case studies e.g. bush meat. My lessons use high quality images so apologies if the files are large. Some of the activities are adapted from various sources including TES.
IGCSE/GCSE Introduction to Urban Settlements
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IGCSE/GCSE Introduction to Urban Settlements

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Introduction to Urban Settlements Theme 1.6 IGCSE Cambridge Geography (can be adapted/used for other specifications - I have used this for AQA and Edexcel GCSE) Lesson introduces Urbanisation and the growth of Urban Settlements. It finishes with some exam/skills questions. Ideas are my own or adapted from elsewhere