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Thunderstorms

This lessons allows students to study how thunderstorms are formed, the positives and negatives of each part of the storm and to debate whether thunderstorms should be considered a friend or foe

By Willson Education

  • 3 years ago
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  • Geography
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  • KS3
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£6.00


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Population Of The United Kigdom

This 16 page booklet helps students to understand where we are located within the UK and what factors influence this. Locations with significant increasing and declining populations are explored with a look into immigration and the medias influence on our views of this

By Willson Education

  • 3 years ago
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  • Geography
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  • KS3
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£8.00


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The European Union

This worksheets looks at what the EU is, when and why it was developed. In addition to its rights and responsibilities and advantages and disadvantage of it formation

By Willson Education

  • 3 years ago
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  • Geography
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  • KS4
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£3.00


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The Development Gap

This 15 page booklet helps students understand the development gap by completing activities about: Key Words, A World Divided, How We Measure Development, Adult Literacy, How Does The Development Gap Grow?, The Cycle Of Hunger, Fairtrade and Aid

By Willson Education

  • 3 years ago
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  • Geography
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  • KS3
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£8.00


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The Alps

This lesson allows students to explain how and why people use the Alps, the physical and human attractions of the mountains and the environmental impacts these have

By Willson Education

  • 3 years ago
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  • Geography
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  • KS3
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£8.00


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Sherpas

This lesson allows students to study the Sherpa way of life and the how foreign influences have either helped or hindered them. In addition the students will look at the impacts of trekking on Mount Everest and the length the Sherpa's go to reduce these

By Willson Education

  • 3 years ago
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  • Geography
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  • KS3
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£8.00


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Settlements

This 13 page booklet allows students to investigate settlements, why they are there, their function, their hierarchy and land use

By Willson Education

  • 3 years ago
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  • Geography
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  • KS3
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£8.00


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Settlement Revision Cards

These revision cards allow students to complete handy flash cards to use in the run up to their exams. Topics include site, situation, hierarchy, function, urban models, residential areas, inner city problems, developing the inner city, urban-rural fringe, trends in urbanisation, cause of urbanisation, problems and solutions in LEDC cities. Case st...

By Willson Education

  • 3 years ago
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  • Geography
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  • KS4
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£5.00


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Save The Huts - Antarctica

This activity can be used as a group task or assessment. The students are to design a leaflet for the United Kingdom Antarctic Heritage Trust to help promote a fund raising activity to raise money to preserve the Antarctic huts used by the explorers of the past

By Willson Education

  • 3 years ago
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  • Geography
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  • KS3
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£5.00


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River Revision Sheets

This revision sheet allows students to revise river landforms, where they are found on the course and how they are formed through labelling images, explanation of formations and photos

By Willson Education

  • 3 years ago
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  • Geography
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  • KS4
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£5.00


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