I’m a Geography teacher with experience educating at various levels, ranging from mainstream schools, SEN and extra-curricular tuition. I also have experience in teaching humanities, English and PSHE topics. My resources are designed primarily as schemes of works for mainly Geographical topics with all levels considered
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This booklet lists important days, weeks and months of note or celebration throughout the year which could help with lesson planning, assemblies or tutor/registration times. Country's national days are also listed.
This booklet allows students to investigate how music and Geography are linked, primarily through Eurovision. They look at why music is so popular, how it links us globally, how it stretches across many types of industry, how an event can cause community conflict through economic, social and environmental impacts, as well as how these events could be made more sustainable.
The students task is to carry out research on the Forbidden City to discover what it has to offer and more about the city around the palace. They go on to design a slogan and logo for the ancient tourist attraction which will be used on all posters, adverts and merchandise.
The students task is to carry out research on some of the tourist destinations and safari parks to discover what they have to offer and more about the region around Lake Victoria. They go on to design a slogan and logo for a new tourist safari park which will be used on all posters, adverts and merchandise.
Rivers can be a source of convicting and co-operating demands from different countries. These worksheets discuss the factors responsible for flooding the Nile, why the demand for water is growing in the Nile basin, the possible consequences for Egypt if water shortages arise and possible solutions.
This worksheet helps students to be able to read climate graphs as well as draw and describe them.
These worksheets help students to investigate the Rift Valley in Africa by exploring how it was formed and how it may chamge in the future. They discuss why it is considered a geographical wonder and what they think would happen to its environment should it fill with water.
These worksheets look at Dr Livingstone travels to Africa, the students discuss what they would have packed to take with them, how they would have traveled there and the discoveries made there and how they would have helped the British Empire.
These worksheets help your students to carry out a case study of the statue, giving you the opportunity of giving them the additional sheet of information or allowing them to carry out their own research.
These worksheets help your students develop their field sketching skills by explaining the dos and don’ts and using the Great Wall of China as an example
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