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Climate Change Game KS3 Geography
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Climate Change Game KS3 Geography

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Original resource created by user: JonathanEGullis Instructions/Rules remain unedited. Year 8 interactive lesson adapted for Geography on the themes of development, trade, energy types, climate change, global warming, etc. Could be used across KS3 or adapted for GCSE. This lesson worked really well with my tricky Year 8 class, so hopefully this can help someone else too!
KS3 Jelly Bean Population Game
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KS3 Jelly Bean Population Game

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Y8 lesson based on the jelly baby/jelly bean population game! Great way for students to understand how population changes over time and what influences it. I used Jelly Beans from Tesco as they were vegetarian and we have many students from multicultural backgrounds with various dietary requirements!
GIS Activity - Index Multiple Deprivation - KS3 Geography
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GIS Activity - Index Multiple Deprivation - KS3 Geography

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This was created for a Year 8 class to have a go at a GIS activity using ArcGIS online by ESRI. The whole idea behind this is allowing KS3 students to create their own maps of the English Indices of Multiple Deprivation by comparing Birmingham to the local area surrounding their school - hopefully this can be adapted to your own needs. I thought it may be an easy way to introduce GIS to the classroom, as some may find it daunting. ArcGIS online is free for schools through ESRI’s GIS4School’s initiative - if your school is not signed up then it’s literally a click away! https://schools.esriuk.com ESRI have loads of GIS resources available too. I do not own the software, screenshots, or anything like that. I do not work for ESRI. I have had approval from a representative from ESRI UK Education who says it’s fine for me to put this resource out there for free to help others in the profession, if you make any changes or seek to share this resource then that’s fab! However if you’re thinking of editing the resource and then charging for it - you will need a license to do so (contact the ESRI UK Education Team for more info on this).