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Geography - Year 7

Lesson

Topic

1

What is Geography? Fieldwork elements

UK - Human and Physical - Focus on Scotland

2

UK England - Travel Brochure

Europe

3

 

Earth - What are the hemispheres and the equator?

Revision - Latitude and Oceans

4

Structure of the earth - Volcano unit

Plate movements

5

Plate movements and convection currents

Plate boundaries and volcanos

6

Hazards - How are volcanoes made?

Volcano structure and types

7

Revision - Skills assessment week

 3 P's - Volcano

8

Measuring and predicting eruptions

Case study

9

 

 

Why live near a volcano?

Revision  

Watch any of the above video lessons for revision for the final assessment.

10

What is the geography of Africa? 

How is the population distributed in Africa and what factors influence this?

11

How have historical factors influenced different countries in Africa?  

Why is the Nile so amazing?

12

Why are there disputes over the use of the River Nile? 

Where is Mount Nyiragongo? and why is it important for the DRC?

13

What were the responses to the 2002 eruption of Mount Nyiragongo? 

14

What is Kenya like?

What are the issues of urbanisation in Kenya? 

15

How can the issues of urbanisation by managed? 

Mapmaking  

16

Locational knowledge of the world  

The Geographical Case: Map projections 

17

What are OS maps? 

What are grid references? 

18

Reading distances on a map

Reading direction on a map 

19

Representing height on a map 

Using aerial images with maps 

20

Using maps to write directions

What are the UK's main rock types 

21

 

 
 

22

 

Mapmaking 

Locational knowledge of the world

23

 

Map Projections

What are OS maps?

 

24

What are grid references?

Reading distances on maps

25

 

Reading direction on a map

Representing height on a map

26

 

Using aerial and satellite images with maps 

Using maps to write directions

27

 

What are the features of coastlines?

What are the factors that influence waves?

28

 

How do waves shape the land?

How do headlands and bays form? 

29

 

What are the processes that lead to the formation of stacks?

What is longshore drift?

30

 

How do spits form?

How do we prevent coastal erosion?

 

31

Should managed retreat have been used at Happisburgh?

Should hard engineering have been used at Mappleton?

32

What are the conflicts related to coastal management along
the Holderness Coast?

33

 

What are the UK's main rock types?

How does geology influence the UK?

 

 

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Miss Griffiths

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Ms Harris

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Mrs Hunter

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Mrs Monaghan

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Mr Scott

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