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Contemporary Approaches to Reducing Food Insecurityfree23 June 2019
Lesson Time: 2-3 Hours Lesson Objectives:Teacher Notes:Starter Activity_ Photo Analysis and Gallery - Start by showing the students the gallery of images relating to contemporary approaches to reducing... more
The Diffusion of Innovationfree23 June 2019
This page provides a good introduction to the factors that influence the spread of innovation. It begins with a short gallery activity to introduce agricultural innovation. This is then extended through... more
Ocean Currentsfree23 June 2019
This pages introduces ocean currents, the mechanisms that drive them and their heat and nutrient transfers. It provides a number of well resources videos and graphics to help students discover for themselves.... more
Introduction to the Geography of Food and Healthfree21 June 2019
This page introduces the geography of food and health and contains resources to support a thought provoking introductory lesson into the theme. It sets out some key concepts and skills and develops in... more
Student Access - Setting Assignmentsfree16 June 2019
This page explains a step by step guide to setting assignments and managing the student markbook. This page is for teachers who have already set up their student access area.Assignments are tasks set... more
This page provides resources that introduce population pyramids as a way for examining population structures, linked to the demographic transition model. Students are introduced to population pyramids... more
This page introduces the Demographic Transition Model and provides a number resources covering trends in population growth. The activities are based on graph analysis and well focused videos. The DTM... more
Population Distribution at the Global scalefree4 June 2019
This page introduces population distribution at both the global and regional scale. It looks to introduce the patterns of population distribution through a variety of maps. The activities in the lesson... more
This page looks at the causes and consequences of increased demand for abiotic ocean resources. It develops a umber of place examples such as the Arctic Ocean and the Norway EEZ. Students develop an understanding... more