Levees and Floodplain – 2 useful Videos

Haven’t seen this one before. Its brief and good 🙂

 

Here’s the one I normally show, which is also good. It is though mainly aimed at AS and A level

 

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Hans Rosling

We have used Mr Rosling’s videos and talks SO much over the years and are grateful for the way he has educated our students in a way we could not have without his help. But rather than look at one of his talks again I wanted to share this as I LOVE the way he uses facts and data to show how the world is. He was a great geographer we and made hundreds of our pupils become better geographers too. Thank you Hans

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Geography is Beautiful

Look at this beautiful lavahose from Big Island Hawaii

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Quick information sheet on answer exam questions

This is a handy brief guide to the AQA A geography GCSE. It’s not everything you need to know but it’s more than a good start.

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Mock exam preparation – the Human Paper

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Your geography GCSE mock in February is a human paper. So the topics will of course be:

  1. Changing Urban Environments
  2. Development Gap and
  3. Tourism

You will need the PLCs to start your revision. Click here

You could use the skeleton cards I have drawn up

Then you need to practice some exam questions: Human higher papers are here and foundation ones here

Anything else you need just email me 🙂

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Useful supervolcano video

This is good on the global effects of super volcanoes. Look at how they talk about the ash cloud effects on the other slide of the world from one of these eruptions. Also how one effect (ash) can lead to another (no sunlight) to another (temperature drop) to another (crop failure) to another (starvation) and even on to civilisation collapse……

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Revising the Kobe Earthquake?

kobe

We went through this quite quickly in class this week. So if you are a bit worried you didn’t get all the information and ideas here is the ever excellent cool geography website with EVERYTHING you need … the page is very clearly divided into causes effects and response. Just remember in our exam you need to compare this quake in a richer part of the world (MEDC) with one in a poorer part of the world (LEDC) We of course studied Nepal … Click here for the info you need on that.

 

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