This 31 page booklet has been written to introduce, explain and test the cartographic and graphical elements of the OCR A specification skills exam. It describes the use of each technique in geography and gives their specific strength sand weaknesses. There is focus on OS maps where it describes in detail how to complete the skills necessary to read an OS map. It finishes by looking in detail at bar, line, pie, scatter graphs and lines of best fit, histograms and radial diagrams. Will be suitable for other exam board specifications.
This is skeleton mind map with all of the key learning objectives included to direct student revision. It contains diagrams for explaining, key words and processes for defining and key concepts for the two case studies identified for students to describe.
Based on the new GCSE levels, these resources are designed to illustrate and explain to pupils how to make progress at KS3. Displays what pupils need to do to improve their geographical knowledge, understanding and skills through the levels. There are sheets for pupils’ books to show how they can progress form their current level to the next as well as classroom display / posters to show the full ladder for each of the three categories (knowledge, understanding and skills).
This is an eight page revision booklet written to support the Population scheme of work available. It covers 1) key words, 2) population distribution of the UK, 3) changing population of the world, 4) factors affecting population growth, 5) the demographic transition model, 6) rapid population growth, 6) China's one-child policy, 7) transmigration in Indonesia, 7) ageing population, 8) migration and 9) migration from Mexico to US.
This is a five page revision booklet based on the Weather and Climate scheme of work that is available. It covers 1) factors that affect climate, 2) depressions, 3) anticyclones, 4) extreme weather in the UK, 5) global warming - cause, effect and response, 7) hurricanes and their causes and 8) a case study of hurricane Katrina.
This is a collection of six KS3 schemes of work with progress checkers for the pupils. The schemes of work included are Map Skills, Development and China, Urban Living, Volcanoes and Earthquakes, Population and Rivers.
This a collection of the PowerPoint's and activities to support the Urban Living scheme of work. It contains lessons on urbanization key term, UK land use zones, Issues in (i) the CBD, (ii) housing (iii) traffic, land use zones in Brazil, squatter settlements and sustainable cities. Including activities, and photos / diagrams the PowerPoint is 79 slides.
This is a revision booklet written for the OCR A specification as there is no guide being published. All aspects of the unit are covered (see front cover of image for breakdown) including landscapes of the UK, river landforms with a case study and coastal landforms with a case study. Would be suitable for other specifications.
This PowerPoint has all of the resources referred to in the Landscapes of the UK SoW. The River Tees case study and UK map are available to purchase on TES but are not included here. There are 124 slides in this presentation including diagrams, explanations and peer assessment tasks.
This is a collection of eight knowledge organisers based on the schemes of work available. Each has a glossary of key terms, important diagrams for the unit and key facts. There is a knowledge organiser for the following topics: Map Skills, Development and China, Weather and Climate, Urban Living, Volcanoes and Earthquakes, Population, Africa and Rivers.
This is a PowerPoint that looks at four zones of the city - CBD, inner city, inner suburbs and outer suburbs. There are images and maps to illustrate and enable discussion of characteristics. There is also a work sheet that has a blank concentric circle diagram for labeling and questions for pupils to answer.
This is a scheme of work written to cover the topic of Urban Living. It is designed to run between 8-10 weeks. Teaching resources referenced, including PowerPoints, homework booklets and assessments are also available to purchase.
This is a scheme of work written to cover the topic of ?. It is designed to run between 8-10 weeks. Teaching resources referenced, including PowerPoints, information sheets, homework tasks and assessments are also available.