Geography Teacher Area
Geography teaching resources for your classroom
Welcome to the geography teacher area of Internet Geography. We have a range of geography teaching resources for you in this area. There is a small selection of low-cost resources available, the proceeds of which help support the development of this site. If you have resources to share we’d love to hear from you. To recommend websites or share resources please contact us by emailing [email protected]
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Geography knowledge organisers – available to download for free in .pdf format.
Memory Geoggers – approaches to support revisiting GCSE Geography skills, knowledge and understanding. Also useful for homework activities and revision.
Four of a kind – Four of a kind is a thinking skills activity that can be used for revision, a lesson starter or plenary. Students group keywords/features into groups of four and explain their choices.
Odd One Out – Odd one out activities provide a nice thinking task that can be used as a lesson starter or as part of a revision session. Provide students with a group of words, which contain an odd one out. They are to identify which is the odd one out and give a reason for this.
Concept Mapping – Students identify links between different concepts. A great AfL tool for establishing what students understand and what they need to work on. Particularly useful for revision or checking understanding before an assessment.