Extreme global impacts Extreme global impacts

76 pages

Extreme global impacts

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Extreme global impacts is a structured collection of 12 KS3 lessons and tailor-made resources to support your teaching of the impact of people on cities, tourism and on the global commons.

Each lesson includes teaching notes, student activity sheets and PowerPoint presentations.

Teach as a six-week unit or dip in and out – the choice is yours.

Key features:
  • 12 lessons and accompanying resources, including teaching notes, student activity sheets and PowerPoint presentations
  • answers where relevant
  • divided into themes, so finding what you need is easy.

Reviews


Sheena Newland, Senior Content Lead
Sheena Newland, Senior Content Lead
Hi Odile, this resource is for Teachit subscribers, along with all our editable Word and PowerPoint resources. As a free member, you can access all our PDF resources without charge. Please click on the 'subscribe' link at the bottom of this page in order to find out more about upgrading your membership.
Posted on 22nd July 2021
Sheena Newland, Senior Content Lead
Sheena Newland, Senior Content Lead
Hi Odile, this resource is for Teachit subscribers, along with all our editable Word and PowerPoint resources. As a free member, you can access all our PDF resources without charge. Please click on the 'subscribe' link at the bottom of this page in order to find out more about upgrading your membership.
Posted on 22nd July 2021
Odile GOUGET
Odile GOUGET
I cannot have access to this resource although I am a member . Here is my subscription number : 1830962.
Thanks in advance for your help!
Odile Gouget
Posted on 26th May 2021
Jacqueline Cartwright
Jacqueline Cartwright
So pleased to see this, thank you. Going to save so much time.
Posted on 28th April 2021
Nichola Hughes
Nichola Hughes
Thank you very much for your support during this time, this has really helped myself and my department.
Posted on 31st March 2020
Marisa Sellayah
Marisa Sellayah
thank you for this resource! very generous and very helpful. I am new to teachit geography, and i am blown away by the immense resources made available to us teachers! Definitely a Geography teacher must have!
Posted on 30th March 2020
Geography editor
Geography editor
Really pleased there are parts of this you will be able to make use of. This was the idea of the teaching unit - that it could be taught as a whole unit or dipped in and out of! Enjoy planning your new unit!
Posted on 19th June 2019
Brian O'Hara
Brian O'Hara
I am still creating the unit on Natural Hazards and Disasters and I have not used the resource. I will pick parts out to add to the unit and willprobably delve deeper into it next year as I revamp the unit. Material is much appreciated, but still haven't been able to incorporate much into my units made before me.
Posted on 13th May 2019
 

 

Extreme global impacts Extreme global impacts

76 pages

Extreme global impacts

 Reviews
(KS3) | Teaching unit
 
 
 
7 teachers love this resource(7)
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Extreme global impacts is a structured collection of 12 KS3 lessons and tailor-made resources to support your teaching of the impact of people on cities, tourism and on the global commons.

Each lesson includes teaching notes, student activity sheets and PowerPoint presentations.

Teach as a six-week unit or dip in and out – the choice is yours.

Key features:
  • 12 lessons and accompanying resources, including teaching notes, student activity sheets and PowerPoint presentations
  • answers where relevant
  • divided into themes, so finding what you need is easy.

Reviews


Sheena Newland, Senior Content Lead
Sheena Newland, Senior Content Lead
Hi Odile, this resource is for Teachit subscribers, along with all our editable Word and PowerPoint resources. As a free member, you can access all our PDF resources without charge. Please click on the 'subscribe' link at the bottom of this page in order to find out more about upgrading your membership.
Posted on 22nd July 2021
Sheena Newland, Senior Content Lead
Sheena Newland, Senior Content Lead
Hi Odile, this resource is for Teachit subscribers, along with all our editable Word and PowerPoint resources. As a free member, you can access all our PDF resources without charge. Please click on the 'subscribe' link at the bottom of this page in order to find out more about upgrading your membership.
Posted on 22nd July 2021
Odile GOUGET
Odile GOUGET
I cannot have access to this resource although I am a member . Here is my subscription number : 1830962.
Thanks in advance for your help!
Odile Gouget
Posted on 26th May 2021
Jacqueline Cartwright
Jacqueline Cartwright
So pleased to see this, thank you. Going to save so much time.
Posted on 28th April 2021
Nichola Hughes
Nichola Hughes
Thank you very much for your support during this time, this has really helped myself and my department.
Posted on 31st March 2020
Marisa Sellayah
Marisa Sellayah
thank you for this resource! very generous and very helpful. I am new to teachit geography, and i am blown away by the immense resources made available to us teachers! Definitely a Geography teacher must have!
Posted on 30th March 2020
Geography editor
Geography editor
Really pleased there are parts of this you will be able to make use of. This was the idea of the teaching unit - that it could be taught as a whole unit or dipped in and out of! Enjoy planning your new unit!
Posted on 19th June 2019
Brian O'Hara
Brian O'Hara
I am still creating the unit on Natural Hazards and Disasters and I have not used the resource. I will pick parts out to add to the unit and willprobably delve deeper into it next year as I revamp the unit. Material is much appreciated, but still haven't been able to incorporate much into my units made before me.
Posted on 13th May 2019
 

 

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