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I am currently teaching geography across the age groups (7-13) in Essex. All the resources I upload are resources I use to deliver geography throughout the school year. The lessons are all in one lessons; each lesson ppt has a starter, differentiated learning activities, handouts and a plenary. Most of the lessons also have answers or model answers for self-assessment. Once you purchase a lesson you don't need to do much else. Just download and teach!

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I am currently teaching geography across the age groups (7-13) in Essex. All the resources I upload are resources I use to deliver geography throughout the school year. The lessons are all in one lessons; each lesson ppt has a starter, differentiated learning activities, handouts and a plenary. Most of the lessons also have answers or model answers for self-assessment. Once you purchase a lesson you don't need to do much else. Just download and teach!
Map scales
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Map scales

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This is a KS3 / KS2 lesson on using map scales. As with most map skills lesson this is a practical lesson which will engage students at any level. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; Explanation of what a scale does, common scales used on maps (ratio, word and line scales), how to use scales, how to scale objects up and down, practice tasks. Learning resources used in the lesson are; map task, scaling things up practice task sheet, scaling things down practice task sheet, peer learning. Other facts; The answers for the practice activities are included on the ppt which makes it even easier for non specialists to deliver. What do you get in the package: The lesson is planned in detail and all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. Now just download and teach!
Migration - introduction
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Migration - introduction

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This is a KS3 introduction lesson on migration. The content and skills lay the foundation for further studies in the new GCSE specs. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; definition of migration key terms (migration, in-migration, international migration etc), types of migration, push and pull factors etc. Learning resources used in the lesson are; unscramble the word task, picture study task, writing task, quiz etc. The lesson is planned in detail and all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. Now just download and teach!
Haiti 2010 earthquake case study
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Haiti 2010 earthquake case study

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This is a case study lesson on the Haiti 2010 earthquake. The lesson is planned to GCSE standards but can be used for KS3 as well. Key facts about the lesson are: 1. The content covered by the lesson are; location of Haiti, identifying the plate boundary that caused the earthquake, the primary and secondary impact of the earthquake, analysis of the economic, social and environmental impact, short and long term response to the earthquake, an analysis of the response to the earthquake. 2. Learning resources used in the lesson are; Map task to identify the location of Haiti and it’s boundary, case study worksheet throughout, factsheets on different aspects of the earthquake, a group work task, a writing task and a quiz. I’ve included a suggested homework task as well which can be given to students before or after the lesson. 4. Differentiation used in the lesson are: challenge tasks and differentiated information sheets and group discussion. 5. The lesson is planned in detail and all the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. Just download and teach!
Managing earthquakes and volcanoes
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Managing earthquakes and volcanoes

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This is a KS3 lesson on managing earthquakes and volcanoes. The lesson can be easily adapted for a GCSE group. Key facts about the lesson are: 1. The content covered by the lesson are; explanation of instruments used to predict volcanic eruptions, ways of predicting earthquakes, strategies/tips used to plan for earthquakes and earthquake proof buildings. 2. Learning resources used in the lesson are; images of earthquake and volcano damage, problem solving task, video clip, writing task, model making task and collecting information by moving around the classroom. 3.Differentiation used in the lesson are: challenge tasks and model answers. 4.The lesson is planned in detail and all the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. Just download and teach!
Managing tropical rainforests sustainably
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Managing tropical rainforests sustainably

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This is a GCSE lesson on sustainable management of tropical rainforests. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; the concept of sustainable management of rainforests, some strategies used to management rainforests namely selecting logging, debt for nature swop deals, replanting, conservation, public education, international hardwood agreements (FSC) and ecotourism. Learning resources used in the lesson are; a quiz, a video clip, management strategies hand out and analysis activity, peer learning. The lesson is planned in detail and all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. If you have a textbook on deforestation in the Amazon rainforest then this can be used instead of the case study resources included on the ppt. Now just download and teach!
Sub-urbanisation and counter-urbanisation
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Sub-urbanisation and counter-urbanisation

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This is a GSCE lesson on the causes and effects of sub-urbanisation and counter-urbanisation. The lesson can also be adapted for A level as well. This is an all in one lesson; all the resources, tasks, differentiated activities are on the ppt. The lesson is develop already as well; it flows naturally from the starter to the plenary and is really very simply to follow. Simply download the lesson ppt and teach! All the planning is done for you so you can concentrate on marking books etc . Key facts about the lesson are: 1. The lesson explores the causes and effects of both sub-urbanisation and counter-urbanisation. 2. The lesson uses case study examples to explore the causes and effects of sub and counter urbanisation. These examples are very current. 3. The lesson has a range of activities to engage students and delivery learning objectives. There are geography skills activities and thinking tasks to challenge students. 4. The lesson is based on the new GCSE specifications but is easily adaptable for A level. 5. It's a complete lesson with all the resources you need to deliver it - a starter, learning activities and plenary. All you will need is the ppt which I've attached. Just teach! 6. The lesson has support resources as well for students who need these. These include model answers, diagrams and images which act as clues to explanations for students at either end of ability level.
Tsunamis
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Tsunamis

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This is a KS3 lesson on tsunami formation. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; Definition and description of tsunamis, sequence in the formation of tsunamis by undersea earthquakes and volcanoes. Learning resources used in the lesson are; Quizzes, images, video clips, diagram creation task, written work. Answers are included for most tasks. What do you get in the package: The lesson is planned in detail and all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. However, students should be encouraged to use their text book to broaden their understanding. Now just download and teach!
Top down & bottom up development
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Top down & bottom up development

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This is a GCSE lesson on top down and bottom up development strategies. Key facts about the lesson are: 1. The lesson explores the differences between top down and bottom up development projects. 2. The lesson analyses the pros and cons of top down and bottom up approaches to development. 3. The lesson uses two different case studies to develop students understanding of top down and bottom up approaches; High Speed 2 and Sparc India. 4. The lesson is based on the new GCSE specifications. It can be adapted for A-level studies as well. 5. The lesson is designed to challenge students analytical skills and provide them with an opportunity to use evidence in their explanation and writing. However, there are still differentiated activities for students who need this support. 6. It's a complete lesson with all the resources you need to deliver it – the learning activities from starter to plenary as well as the case studies resources (minus images). All you will need is the ppt which I've attached. Just teach!
What happens in an earthquake?
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What happens in an earthquake?

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A complete lesson with resources on the nature of earthquakes and their destruction. The first part of the lesson helps students understand the phases of an earthquake and what it feels like to be in an earthquake. The second part of the lesson is a problem solving activity on how to manage the immediate problems after an earthquake. There is also an AFL activity in the lesson.
Role of TNCs
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Role of TNCs

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A lesson exploring the nature and role TNCs play in our world today. A lesson that allows students to use geographic skills such as map skills to display and explain the impact TNCs have on local communities. All the resources needed to deliver the lesson is included. Just teach!
Burgess model
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Burgess model

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This is a KS3 lesson on the Burgess concentric circle model. It introduces concepts that lay the foundation for the new GCSE specifications. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; Burgess model land use zones, land uses in cities, Bristol example of the Burgess model. Learning resources used in the lesson are; diagrams, map task, quiz, discussions and writing tasks. What do you get in the package: The lesson is planned in detail and all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. However, students should be encouraged to use their text book to broaden their understanding. Now just download and teach!
Shield and composite volcanoes
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Shield and composite volcanoes

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A complete lesson on the features of shield and composite volcanoes and the differences between them. The lesson develops map and use of diagram skills. The lesson also includes a practice question and modelled answers. Include a lesson plan with timings, a ppt and a handout.
Plate tectonics
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Plate tectonics

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This bundle has three lessons. The first lesson is on the earth's formation and structure. The second lesson is on the plate tectonics theory and evidence of tectonic movement. The final lesson is on plate boundaries and what happens at each boundary. The lessons are all planned in detail with everything you need to deliver them. This bundle as designed for KS3 but the lessons can be adapted easily for GCSE.
Assessment - Challenges of an urbanising world
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Assessment - Challenges of an urbanising world

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This is an assessment for the new GCSE specification. It assesses the 'Challenges of urbanising world' unit. The assessment focuses on the case study and is ideal for the Edexcel B specification however, it can be adapted for other specifications. Included in the package: 1. The assessment paper 2. The mark scheme 3. The grade boundaries using the new number grading system
Introduction to coasts
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Introduction to coasts

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This is an introduction lesson to coastal studies. It’s ideal for the first lesson of the term with a KS3 or GCSE group (low ability in particular). Key facts about the lesson are: 1. The lesson covers the definition and identification of key features at the coast. It also covers examples of human uses of the coast and why it is important to learn about coasts in geography. 2. All the resources for teaching the lesson are included. The ppt has everything from starter to plenary including all the geography resources for active learning. Just download and teach! 3. The lesson has a variety of geographic and differentiated learning resources; photos (including aerial photos), an OS map, factsheets, keyword banks and model answers. 4. Key skills that students will use are photo analysis (including analysing photos at oblique angles), grid reference, compass skills and written description skills.
What's driving India's development?
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What's driving India's development?

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This is a GCSE lesson on the factors driving India’s development. Key facts about the lesson are: 1. The lesson explores the site and situation of India and how this has influenced its development as a emerging country. 2. The lesson also examines the other factors (political, historic, economic etc) influencing India’s development over the past 30 years. 3. The lesson is the first in a series of case study lessons on India’s development as an emerging economy. This is a requirement of the new GCESE specifications. 4. The lesson is designed to focus students thinking and discussion skills rather than them reading long texts to extract facts. 5. The lesson is differentiated through group work, a card sorting activity and a quiz. 6. It's a complete lesson with all the resources you need to deliver it – the learning activities from starter to plenary. All you will need is the ppt which I've attached. Just teach!
India’s economic trend
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India’s economic trend

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This is a GCSE lesson on the economic trends of an emerging country. The case study of India is used. Key facts about the lesson are: 1. The lesson explores the changes in India’s GDP, GDP per capita, economic sectors and trade overtime and how these are affecting it’s development. 2. The lesson will generate lots of discussions on how the economy of a country works and what are the key economic trends associated with emerging countries. 3. The lesson is the second in a series of case study lessons on India’s development as an emerging economy. This is a requirement of the new GCESE specifications. However, it can be adapted for A-level studies as well. 4. The lesson is designed to focus students thinking and discussion skills through the use of graphs and data tables. 5. The lesson has a strong numeracy element which meets the assessment criteria of all the new specifications. 6. The lesson is differentiated through sentence starters, a model answer and challenge tasks throughout. 7. The lesson is a complete one; all the resources you need to deliver it (from starter plenary) are included on the ppt. Download and just teach!
Measuring earthquakes
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Measuring earthquakes

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This is a KS3 lesson on the mercalli scale and the magnitude scale (richter scale) however, it is appropriate for a GCSE group as well. Key facts about the lesson are: 1. The content covered by the lesson are; description and use of seismometers, descriptions of the mercalli scale and the magnitude (richter) scale, comparison of damage done by earthquakes of similar size. 2. Learning resources used in the lesson are; keyword matching task, images, video clips, sketching task and a writing task. 3. Differentiation used in the lesson are: challenge tasks and differentiated information sheets. 4.The lesson is planned in detail and all the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. Just download and teach!
Map symbols
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Map symbols

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This is a KS3 / KS2 lesson on OS map symbols. It is an excellent lesson to peak students’ interest in maps and to pass on valuable map skills. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; Definition of the term map symbol, identification of symbols for human and physical geographic features on a map, using symbols to collect facts about an an area on a map. Learning resources used in the lesson are; map quiz, sketching task, map symbol story task and a short writing task. The lesson is planned in detail and most of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. You will need copies of the OS map symbol key which can be found in textbooks or on OS maps. Now just download and teach!
Holderness coastline case study
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Holderness coastline case study

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This is an A-level lesson on coastal processes. The Holderness coast was used as a case study. Textbooks are recommended for this lesson. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; Coastal processes recap, location of Holderness coastline, geology of the Holderness coast, specific processes and landforms along the Holderness coastline, Factors influencing the rate of erosion along the Holderness coastline and land use along the Holderness coast. Learning resources used in the lesson are; Quiz, images, map task, video clip, diagram task, written task, analysis tasks and exam focus questions. Answers are included for some of the tasks for self assessment. What do you get in the package: The lesson is planned in detail and all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. However, students should always be encouraged to use their text book to broaden their understanding. Now just download and teach!