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Started by Jon Wolton Apr 20.
HiWe are looking to get someone into our school for 2-3 hours to do some revision with our students - specifically Restless Earth and some exam skills - map skills, interpreting graphs, annotating work, labelled sketches etc.If you know of anyone who comes into schools and does things like this could you please drop me reply!ThanksCatContinue
Started by Catherine Udy. Last reply by Stephen Cook Mar 2.
Hi all,I have been asked to plan the new spec GCSE lessons for my school. As a new teacher I am panicking a fair bit! We are starting with river landscapes... does anyone have any resources they would not mind sharing? I would be eternally grateful!Thanks.Continue
Started by Rebecca Holloway. Last reply by matt blackmore Jun 9, 2017.
Hi all,We'll what do you think?Higher seemed a fair paper in general, some pupils were confused with the very wide biosphere 6 marker though, and the methods of learning about past climate changes which isn't on the spec anymore even though we did cover it....SaragContinue
Started by Sarah Noden. Last reply by Ian Sanderson May 23, 2017.
Book on a free Edexcel GCSE network event to meet other teachers doing this spec and our geography specialists focussing on:- Reviewing your initial teaching of the course and looking forward- Understanding the assessment requirements including the extended response questions - Delivering excellent fieldwork and preparing students for the new fieldwork assessment.Book at …Continue
Started by Jon Wolton Mar 10, 2017.
As I have stated on another thread, I have started teaching new Spec B to Year 9 - last term did the plate tectonics bit etc. - very similar to last Spec so resources in place (and I happen to be writing this chapter for one of the textbooks so have that as well).Next I am doing People and the Biosphere (again, I am writing this chapter, so have that at least as a guide).But not sure what to do after that. Anyone done / doing any other topics and have developed resources etc to go with it, that…Continue
Started by Kevin Cooper. Last reply by Elizabeth Williams Dec 7, 2016.
The Global Learning Programme (GLP) is providing all state schools in England with funding*, training, curriculum guidance and resources to help them develop their global learning provision as a means of engaging and enthusing pupils at key stages 2 and 3. As well as providing geography-specific support, the GLP also maps to many…Continue
Started by GLP Nov 1, 2016.
UNIT 1 DYNAMIC PLANET
Posted by Philip Turner on December 2, 2010 at 11:45am
Hi! I've been making revision videos for my year 10 and 11 students and posting them on youtube. They're not amazing, mainly just me talking through some of the key points in each unit, but quite a few of my students havesaid they have found them useful. There are just 5 up at the moment, but more to follow over the next couple of weeks. If you think they will be useful search for 'miss room geography' on youtube and take a look!
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