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As a teacher of geography for twenty years, this is a collection of the current resources I use at KS3 and KS4.

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As a teacher of geography for twenty years, this is a collection of the current resources I use at KS3 and KS4.
UK Map
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UK Map

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This is a map of the UK for labeling that can be used at any key stage. It requires the labeling of the major seas, mountains, rivers and cities.
KS3 Population Revision Booklet
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KS3 Population Revision Booklet

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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.
KS3 Weather and Climate Revision Booklet
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KS3 Weather and Climate Revision Booklet

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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.
UK North-South divide
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UK North-South divide

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PowerPoint, based on the OCR A core textbook, that identifies the north-south divide and looks at government strategies to reduce.
Environmental Threats to Our Planet workbook
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Environmental Threats to Our Planet workbook

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This is a 32 page workbook of activities written to deliver the whole of the Environmental Threats to Our Planet unit of work for the OCR A specification. It covers (1) Climate change from the start of the Quaternary period (2) Causes of climate change (3) Consequences of climate change (4) Global circulation of the atmosphere (5)Extreme weather: tropical storms and drought. It is based on the Hodder OCR A textbook and requires students to complete mind maps, tables, questions, exam questions and diagrams. The booklet has been planned and designed to take 15 lesson hours.
Rosario:  a major city in an EDC
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Rosario: a major city in an EDC

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This is a 6 page booklet of activities on the case study of a major city in an EDC, written for the OCR People of the Planet unit. It is based on the Hodder OCR A textbook. It covers all aspects of the case study, requiring students to complete mind maps, tables, questions, an exam question and diagrams. The booklet has taken 2 hours of lesson time to complete.
KS3 Development and China revision guide
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KS3 Development and China revision guide

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This is an eight page revision booklet written to support a unit of work on Development and China. It covers 1) What is development?, 2) Development indicators, 3) Classification and location of countries, 4) China’s location, 5) China’s climate and environments, 6) China’s population distribution, 6) China’s one-child policy, 7) Life in Chinese city, 7) Life in Chinese countryside, 8) Factors for economic/industrial growth 9) Environmental impacts of industrial growth.
The United Kingdom - Homework booklet / Cover work
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The United Kingdom - Homework booklet / Cover work

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This is a set of seven activities designed to last 3-4 hours. It looks at the United Kingdom and contains the following tasks (1) Map of the UK labelling task (2) Cities of the UK wordsearch (3) Graph analysis and photo annotation based on the attractions of the UK (4) Extended reading and writing task based on the problems of liviing in the UK (5) Field sketch and description of local area (6) Fact question sheet and written question on culture of UK (7) Design a poster to attract people to the UK. It includes a feedback sheet and is 12 pages in total.
How to make progress in geography at KS3
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How to make progress in geography at KS3

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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).
OCR GCSE Landscapes of the UK Scheme of Learning
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OCR GCSE Landscapes of the UK Scheme of Learning

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This is a scheme of work written for the OCR (9-1) Geographical Themes unit ‘Landscapes of the UK’. It uses the Hodder textbook as a basis for many activities. There is a sheet attached to identify where geographical skills can be delivered within the unit, as well as an evaluation sheet for each lesson for teachers to identify the strengthes and weaknesses of the proposed lessons (designed to encourage this to be a working document).
OCR GCSE 'Ecosystems of the Planet' Scheme of Learning
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OCR GCSE 'Ecosystems of the Planet' Scheme of Learning

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This is a scheme of work written for the OCR (9-1) Geographical Themes unit ‘Ecosystems of the Planet’. It uses the Hodder textbook as a basis for many activities. There is a sheet attached to identify where geographical skills can be delivered within the unit, as well as an evaluation sheet for each lesson for teachers to identify the strengthes and weaknesses of the proposed lessons (designed to encourage this to be a working document).
OCR GCSE 'People of the Planet' Scheme of Learning
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OCR GCSE 'People of the Planet' Scheme of Learning

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This is a scheme of work written for the OCR (9-1) Geographical Themes unit ‘People of the Planet’. It uses the Hodder textbook as a basis for many activities. There is a sheet attached to identify where geographical skills can be delivered within the unit, as well as an evaluation sheet for each lesson for teachers to identify the strengthes and weaknesses of the proposed lessons (designed to encourage this to be a working document).
Land use zones
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Land use zones

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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.