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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.
OCR GCSE Environmental Threats to Our Planet revision mind map
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OCR GCSE Environmental Threats to Our Planet revision mind map

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This is skeleton mind map with all of the key learning objectives included to direct student revision. It begins with climate change since the quaternary period, evidence of and natural causes. It then covers the enhanced greenhouse effect - cause, effect and response with Tuvalu as the case study. Next is climate, extreme weather, atmosphere circulation, El Nino and La Nina, tropical storms and drought, finishing with Australia’s ‘Big Dry’. The resource is three A3 sheets.
KS3 Urban Living homework activities
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KS3 Urban Living homework activities

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This is a collection of homework tasks planned to support the scheme of work. It looks at (1) land use zones - exam question (2) housing - written table (3) decline of the CBD - exam questions (4) traffic - poster (5) slums in EDCs - written letter (6) Sustainable cities - presentation (7) AfL assessment - improving squatter settlements. It can be used as a booklet or each task can be used separately. Booklet includes a knowledge organiser, a feedback/target setting sheet, homework tasks, an AfL task and sample exam for revision.
Ethiopia's changing economic development
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Ethiopia's changing economic development

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This is a 19 page booklet of activities based on the case study of an LIDC element of the OCR People of the Planet unit. It focuses on Ethiopia and is based on the Hodder OCR A textbook. It covers all aspects of the case study, requiring students to complete mind maps, tables, questions, exam questions and diagrams. This booklet has taken 4-5 hours of lesson time to complete.
KS3 Rivers revision sheet
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KS3 Rivers revision sheet

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An A3 sheet designed to be completed as a revision activity in preparation for assessment. Focuses on processes, landforms and case studies.
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 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.
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.
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).
KS3 Development and China revision mind map
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KS3 Development and China revision mind map

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This is a two A3 page skeleton mind map 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.
KS4 cartographical and graphical skills booklet
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KS4 cartographical and graphical skills booklet

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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.
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.
GCSE Fieldwork Model Answers
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GCSE Fieldwork Model Answers

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This is a resource that offers model answers for both the human and physical questions typical in the Geographical Skills paper. It is based on a river study (width, depth and velocity) and a town survey (function of the settlement). The two questions studied are (1) ‘As velocity increase, width and depth also increase’ (2) Church Stretton caters for an ageing population’. It looks at the purpose of the enquiry, characteristics of the study area, data collection (methodology), presentation, conclusion and evaluation.