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Geography KS3

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A new curriculum was introduced in September 2014. Here are some pages based on the requirements of the curriculum.

 Weather topic work for KS3
Weather topic work for KS3
 Name the landform geography revision for KS3
Name the landform geography revision for KS3
 Sedimentary rock
Sedimentary rock
 Polar ice caps
Polar ice caps
 Ghana
Ghana
 Savannah
Savannah
 Tombolos
Tombolos
 Topic on Russia
Topic on Russia
 Marshes
Marshes
 The Shipping Forecast
The Shipping Forecast

Weather can affect us in many ways. Meteorologists study weather patterns to predict changes.
Landforms can be divided into different types such as canyon, spur and blowhole.

Our geography pages are based on the National Curriculum as taught pre-2014. Pupils will still study the majorityy of these topics but not in the same order. Some directly cover the topics; some give research suggestions and others give a broader perspective on the topic, which helps pupils put their knowledge into context.

Unit 1 Making connections

 Geography programme of study KS3
Geography programme of study KS3
 Unit 1 KS3 Around the world
Unit 1 KS3 Around the world
 Studying your own locality
Studying your own locality

Unit 2 The restless earth - earthquakes and volcanoes

An Earthquake is a sudden movement caused by the movement of the earth's tectonic plates.

 Earthquakes
Earthquakes
 Volcano world
Volcano world
 Volcanoes 2
Volcanoes 2
 Italy's volcanoes
Italy's volcanoes

Unit 3 People everywhere
Settlements are places where people live. Some settlements are dispersed where buildings are spread apart

 Analysing population data
Analysing population data
 Settlements KS3
Settlements KS3
 Cities
Cities

Unit 4 Flood disaster - how do people cope?
Cyclones, hurricanes and typhoons can cause floods.

 Rivers and flooding
Rivers and flooding
 The Lynmouth and Boscastle floods
The Lynmouth and Boscastle floods
 Flood management
Flood management
 Environment Agency
Environment Agency

Unit 5 Exploring England
Great Britain is the term for the island containing the contiguous nations of England, Scotland and Wales.

 Resources for Unit 5
Resources for Unit 5
 Visit Britain
Visit Britain
 Great Britain
Great Britain
 Planning a tour of England
Planning a tour of England

Unit 6 World sport
Pupils should develop their understanding of patterns and processes in relation to economic activities and develop their geographical skills.

 Sport Unit 6
Sport Unit 6
 Stadia and location
Stadia and location
 Sport England
Sport England
 Statistics for sport
Statistics for sport

Unit 7 Rivers - a fieldwork approach
Rivers meander and bend in the course of the river flow. This leads to erosion and formation of steep cliffs.

 River features
River features
 Rivers
Rivers
 Rivers - National Geographic
Rivers - National Geographic
 Meanders and flood plains
Meanders and flood plains

Unit 8 Coastal environments
Deposits on coasts is where and when the sea drops and deposits material.

 Coastal deposition
Coastal deposition
 Coastal environments
Coastal environments
 Revision of coasts
Revision of coasts
 Coastal landforms
Coastal landforms

 Unit 9 Shopping - past, present and future
In the past people shopped locally. Today however this pattern has changed and more people find out of town shopping more convenient.

 How shopping habits have changed
How shopping habits have changed
 Settlements, land use and retailing
Settlements, land use and retailing
 Shopping then and now
Shopping then and now
 History of M&S
History of M&S

Unit 10 Weather patterns over Europe
The sea affects the climate of any place. The centres of continents are always subject to a range of temperatures

 Weather forecasting
Weather forecasting
 Weather patterns in Europe
Weather patterns in Europe
 Words for weather
Words for weather

Unit 11 Investigating Brazil
Brazil is the largest continent in South America and the 5th largest country in the world.

 Brazil
Brazil
 Introduction to Brazil
Introduction to Brazil
 Viva Brazil
Viva Brazil
 Rio de Janiero
Rio de Janiero

Unit 12 Images of a country
This unit aims to improve the understanding of places by questioning initial impressions of the country.

 Images of a country
Images of a country
 Atlapedia online
Atlapedia online
 Lonely Planet guides
Lonely Planet guides
 Photo library
Photo library

Unit 13 Limestone landscapes of England
Limestone is a sedimentary rock formed in places such as the Yorkshire Dales more than 300 million years ago.

 Peak District
Peak District
 Limestone features
Limestone features
 Upland limestone
Upland limestone
 Learning through landscapes
Learning through landscapes

Unit 14 Can the Earth cope? Ecosystems,population and resources
The current model of development is unsustainable so it is necessary to make decisive changes to safeguard the future.

 Sustainable development
Sustainable development
 World population growth
World population growth
 Rainforest activities
Rainforest activities
 Rainforest Foundation Education Pack
Rainforest Foundation Education Pack

Unit 15 Crime and the local community
Statistics show that more than 16500 crimes are reported in England and Wales each day.

 Crime and the local area
Crime and the local area
 Crime in the UK
Crime in the UK
 Home Office
Home Office
 The Independent - crime
The Independent - crime

Unit 16 What is development?
Development is a process of change that affects people's lives.

 International Development
International Development
 What is development?
What is development?
 Measuring development
Measuring development

Unit 17 The changing economic geography of France
France has the 2nd largest economy in Europe.

 Economy of France
Economy of France
 The French economy
The French economy
 French community in the 19th century
French community in the 19th century
 Renault France
Renault France

Unit 18 The global fashion industry
The fashion industry is an important source of revenue for some countries .

 Child labour
Child labour
 Clean Clothes Campaign
Clean Clothes Campaign
 Labour behind the label
Labour behind the label
 Global fashion industry
Global fashion industry

Unit 19 Tourism - good or bad?~
The tourism industry in the UK is important as it attracts 25 million visitors annually, bringing economic benefits.

 Tourism in Thailand
Tourism in Thailand
 Tourism - good or bad?
Tourism - good or bad?
 Tourism in the UK
Tourism in the UK
 Tourism in Kenya
Tourism in Kenya

Unit 20 Comparing countries
Compare the differences between the way of life in Japan and the UK

 Global Gateway
Global Gateway
 Comparing countries
Comparing countries
 Kerala life in India
Kerala life in India
 National Geographic
National Geographic

Unit 21 Virtual volcanoes and internet earthquakes
A tsunami is a series of ocean waves that travel great distances.

 Tsunami
Tsunami
 Kobe earthquake
Kobe earthquake
 Volcanoes
Volcanoes
 Human impact of volcanoes and earthquakes
Human impact of volcanoes and earthquakes

Unit 22 Mining on the internet
Coal has been mined in many parts of the world for centuries and is still an important economic activity today.

 Coal mining in England and Wales
Coal mining in England and Wales
 Coal mining in Poland
Coal mining in Poland
 Big Pit National Coal Museum
Big Pit National Coal Museum
 UK Coal
UK Coal

Unit 23 Local action, global effects
The world faces a global crisis as a result of the loss of the remaining tropical rain forests.

 Tropical rainforests
Tropical rainforests
 The River Severn
The River Severn
 The River Rhine
The River Rhine
 Antarctica
Antarctica

Unit 24 Passport to the world
The European Union is an unique partnership in which countries work closely together for the benefit of all their citizens

 Citizenship - the European Union
Citizenship - the European Union
 Earth quest
Earth quest
 KS3 geography
KS3 geography
 Revise KS3 geography
Revise KS3 geography

Revision pages
Try these revision papers on coasts, rock cycle, Geography and Weathering

 Revision of coasts
Revision of coasts
 Revision of the rock cycle
Revision of the rock cycle
 Geography topic KS3
Geography topic KS3
 Physical geography coasts
Physical geography coasts

 Weathering
Weathering
 Igneous rocks
Igneous rocks
 Latitude and longitude
Latitude and longitude
 

 Physical geography rivers
Physical geography rivers
 Physical geography energy
Physical geography energy
 Physical geography oceans
Physical geography oceans
 Physical geography landforms
Physical geography landforms

 

 Volcanoes
Volcanoes
 Year 7 holiday project
Year 7 holiday project

Curriculum in Scotland and Wales Our current pages are based on the National Curriculum for England

 Geography curriculum for Wales
Geography curriculum for Wales
 Geography curriculum in Scotland
Geography curriculum in Scotland

 

 

 
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