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AQA GEOGRAPHY GCSE Revision sheets
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AQA GEOGRAPHY GCSE Revision sheets

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This is a pack of revision sheets for the following AQA Geography GCSE topics. They have all been made to comply with the GCSE SPEC. These work best with the CPG revision guide and the Oxford GCSE text book(text book with the ant on the front). Page numbers will correspond. It contains case studies that you may need to change depending on that you have taught in lessons / class. Works best when printed as an A3 sheet The pack contains the following revision sheets - Tectonic hazards Hot Deserts Resource and food management Tropical rainforests Coasts Tropical storms (hazards) Climate change UK extreme weather (hazards) Changing economic world - Development gap Changing economic world - Case study - Nigeria
Coastal Erosion Processes
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Coastal Erosion Processes

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This is a lesson that looks at the four main types of coastal erosion. Students complete a worksheet to show their understanding of the four different types of erosion.
Development indicators
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Development indicators

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This lesson is part of the new AQA Geography SPEC. This lesson focuses on how we can measure development. All resources are within the power point
Resource management - Lesson 3 - UK - Water Management - AQA GCSE
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Resource management - Lesson 3 - UK - Water Management - AQA GCSE

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Lesson 3 for the AQA GCSE Resource management module This lesson introduces students the UK’s water supply and the ideas of area of deficit, areas of surplus and water stress. Contains an exam question for students to attempt (Self feedback is provided in the lesson after) is designed to last 1 hour
Resource management - Lesson 6 - Energy exploration and fracking - AQA GCSE
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Resource management - Lesson 6 - Energy exploration and fracking - AQA GCSE

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Lesson 6 for the AQA GCSE Resource management module This lesson starts by introducing students to Fracking. Students are shown how fracking works. Students then carry out a carousel activity looking at economic and environmental impacts of nuclear, fracking and wind. Also contains an exam question and feedback slide (can be used as teacher marking or self evaluation) is designed to last 1 hour
Reducing the development gap
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Reducing the development gap

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This lesson is for the new AQA Geography SPEC This looks at different ways that the development gap can be reduced, All resources are included within the power point.
Resource management - Lesson 4 - Water transfer in the UK - AQA GCSE
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Resource management - Lesson 4 - Water transfer in the UK - AQA GCSE

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Lesson 4 for the AQA GCSE Resource management module This lesson goes through the need / how water transfer is achieved in the UK. Contains differentiated resources. Also contains the feedback needed to complete the exam question found in the previous lesosn. is designed to last 1 hour
Revision Lessons - Range of different topics - AQA Geography GCSE
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Revision Lessons - Range of different topics - AQA Geography GCSE

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This is for a range of revision lessons that are tailored towards the AQA GCSE Geography SPEC. Contains links to Kahoots (also planned to the AQA Spec) that can further test students lessons. Used best as a revision lesson at the end of a topic or as a generic revision lesson in the run up to the GCSE’s The revision lesson include are - Tectonic hazards Hot Deserts Resource and food management Tropical rainforests Coasts Tropical storms (hazards) Climate change UK extreme weather (hazards) Changing economic world - Development gap Changing economic world - Case study - Nigeria
Resource Management - Lesson 2 - UK - FOOD - AQA GCSE
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Resource Management - Lesson 2 - UK - FOOD - AQA GCSE

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Lesson 2 for the AQA GCSE Resource management module This lesson looks at food supplies within the UK. Students are asked to think about where we get our food from. Introduction to the idea of food miles and why food miles might be bad. They then map where the UK gets a variety of food from around the world.