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Published: 19/10/2016
KS4 | Changing urban environments
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Urban Geography GCSE pack

This six-week teaching pack covers the urban issues and challenges section of the AQA Geography GCSE. It looks at global urban growth patterns, impacts of urban growth on LICs and NEEs, urban changes in the UK and urban sustainability issues. The pack consists of structured teaching ideas and tailor-made student resources, using a variety of teaching approaches.    AQA (cross-site)
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Jamal Abdallah
Jamal Abdallah
VERY USEFUL MATERIALS
Posted on 22nd March 2020
Brian O'Hara
Brian O'Hara
Have not used it yet but will try and tie it into an MYP Migration and Population Unit

Thanks
Posted on 21st September 2019
Ofelia Bueno
Ofelia Bueno
Brilliant resource, extremely useful although the six week timeframe is totally unrealistic. Thank you for producing this.
Posted on 10th January 2019
Frances Notton
Frances Notton
Very helpful...thank you.
Posted on 19th September 2018
Moses Mushekwa
Moses Mushekwa
Thanks, this will definitively help
Posted on 17th April 2018
Teachit editor
Teachit editor
To gain access to the PowerPoint resources click on the [See other resources: Urban geography GCSE teaching pack] link above. This will direct you to all the resources for the teaching pack.
Posted on 17th April 2018
Claire  Low
Claire Low
Where can I find the powerpoint slides mentioned in the scheme of work please?

Posted on 17th February 2018
Jo-Ann Brake
Jo-Ann Brake
Thank you for all your hard work with this resource. This is our first time teaching AQA so it is great to see how this ties into the syllabus.
Posted on 13th February 2018
Rachel Bradley
Rachel Bradley
Amazing, just what I was looking for, thank you!
Posted on 26th January 2018
Alan Parkinson
Alan Parkinson
A very 'teachable' starting point, and a useful model for developing other AQA resources.
Posted on 15th August 2017
Tom Hibbs
Tom Hibbs
Excellent, a great starting point when putting together a new set of lessons.
Posted on 9th June 2017
Mala Ismail
Mala Ismail
The best resource which I was looking for
Posted on 19th May 2017

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