I’m beginning to utilise some ideas from Helen Young’s course earlier in the week. For the first time in my career I have drafted a revision timetable for students. Each week will focus upon a topic, supported by a knowledge and a past papers session at dinner or after the College day. We give students […]
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Case study summaries for the CEA GCSE Geography course. (1mb pdf)
Student syllabus summary for the GCSE CEA Geography course. (261kb pdf)
Case study summary sheet about the L’Aquila earthquake, 2009. (250kb pdf). Also testing whether Itunes allows the download of pdf documents.
Podcast about China and the impact of coal extraction, and use, on the population and environment. (4mb mp3). Also available on Itunes.
Continuing with the population resources, this time Polish migration. Polish Migration to the UK View more presentations from TonyCassidy. Introductory PowerPoint, classification task and summary sheet. If any has a copy of the BBC programme ‘The Poles are coming’, I’d be very grateful.
Just beginning to write some population resources for the CCEA spec. I tend to write quite ‘traditionally’ as a basis, then develop additional strategies later on… I’ll be using the great population jelly babies game as an introduction. World Population Introduction View more presentations from TonyCassidy. Also produced a living graph exercise on World population […]
Simple presentation and supporting student worksheet, under tectonics. Tectonic Features in the UK View more presentations from TonyCassidy.
Had a bit of a rest yesterday. Started a new page for my CCEA tectonic resources. Two new resources, an introduction to different rock types and the rock cycle Rocks and Rock Cycle View more presentations from TonyCassidy. and a plenary activity based upon this brilliant video.
Continuing with the development work. Today’s topic- Fair Trade, which is also our controlled assessment task for this year. I’ve adapted some Key Stage 3 resources from the food topic. I wanted to take a source-based approach. I’m going to start the theme by watching a Channel 4 programme for schools called ‘Consumer Power- Chocolate’, […]