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Contemporary Conflicts Cultural Understanding Economics and Globalisation Ecosystems Energy and Pollution Coastal Environments Farming and Food Supply Geographical Enquiry and Application Geology Health Issues Plate Tectonics Population Dynamics Tourism Urban Environments Water, Rivers and Floods Weather and Climate

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Ecosystems Contents

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Ecosystems.................................................4

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Global Ideas: Forests

Water, Rivers, and Floods....................5

Coastal Environments..........................6 Urban Environments.............................7 Population Dynamics...........................7 Energy and Pollution............................8 Farming and Food Supply..................8 Health Issues..............................................9 Contemporary Conflicts and Challenges........................................9 Economics and Globalisation....... 10 Tourism...................................................... 10 Cultural Understanding.................... 11 Geographical Enquiry and Application.................................... 11

Biodiversity Under Threat – The Sundarbans and the Bengal Tiger Filmed over five years, with remarkable footage of Bengal tigers, this outstanding video resource explains why the Sundarbans’ diverse mangrove ecosystem is so important – as a bio-diversity hotspot, a carbon bank, and as protection against the impacts of hurricanes. Students will learn about the threats to the mangrove forest, including climate change, overexploitation of resources, and poaching, whilst developing an understanding of how the Sundarbans might be sustainably managed to generate local income. 2011 • 40 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £40 3 yrs streaming £60 • PUM11001

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This video resource contains four case studies of forest destruction: farming in the Amazon, logging in Rwanda, mining in Suriname, and desertification in Morocco. 2011 • 30 mins • KS 4 – 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • DEU11006

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Sustainability and Natural Resources This informative resource introduces students to three strategies for improving resource efficiency: recycling, reusing, and reducing. The impacts of resource use on the environment are also evaluated. 2013 • 21 mins • KS 3 – 4 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 VLS07003000

Weather and Climate BEST SELLING RESOURCE

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Tropical Storms This video resource shows the causes, effects, and management of tropical storms in a LEDC, exploring the impact of Cyclone Aila in Bangladesh.

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This engaging resource explores environmental management systems at the Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve in Lincolnshire. 2012 • 15 mins • KS 3 – 4 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • CUK12018

Weather and climate.............................4

Plate Tectonics and Associated Hazards......................6

Managing Fragile Environments

2010 • 30 mins • KS 4 • Additional resources DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £40 3 yrs streaming £60 • PUMPK14

Positive and Negative Impacts of UK Weather Systems The changeable nature of the weather in the British Isles has an impact on everyday lives. This video resource introduces students to the positive and negative impacts of UK weather systems. Low pressure weather systems (depressions) and high pressure weather systems (anti-cyclones) are explained with the use of clear graphics, and expert commentators from the National Oceanographic Centre, and the University of the West of England.

2010 • 22 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • CLASS32

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What is One Degree? Comedian Ben Miller explores temperature, heat, energy, and scientific measurement in this engaging video resource. Distributed under licence from Educational Publishers LLP. 2011 • 50 mins • KS 4/5 DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • BBC11017

Adapting to Climate Change This resource evaluates how debates on climate change play out in Bangladesh, a country heavily afflicted by poverty, and the United Kingdom, one of the wealthiest countries in the world. 2008 • 44 mins • KS 4 DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • CRISIS


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Minerals and their Properties This video resource explains the formation and identification of minerals, including major mineral groups, basic crystal systems, the physical properties of minerals and their everyday uses.

The Rock Cycle Join environmental engineer, Will Toliopoulos, as he explores the rock cycle. Students are taken on a tour of the Earth's core, mantle, and crust, and shown how the Earth's layers interact to form the three main types of rock - igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic. The properties of each rock type are made clear, and the rock cycle is explained in detail using real-life examples and dynamic graphics, that keep this complex topic fresh and interesting.

A Journey through Geologic Time

2001 • 21 mins • KS 3 – 4 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VLS05008000

New to Classroom Video, this engaging video resource introduces students to the concept of geologic time, clearly explaining the four major geologic eras. Using high quality footage, filmed on location, students are shown how scientists uncover clues about key geologic events, and changes in the Earth's climate. This resource includes supporting teaching materials, to save you time lesson planning.

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Limestone Landscapes This resource takes students on a virtual tour of Tarn in North Yorkshire, introducing students to different limestone formations, and the natural processes that have contributed to their formation.

2011 • 20 mins • KS 3 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VEA11095

2012 • 19 mins • KS 3 – 4 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • CUK12019

2005 • 22 mins • KS 3 – 4 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VLS05001000

Water, Rivers, and Floods BEST SELLING RESOURCE

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Flooding in Bangladesh – Causes, Impacts and Management

Flooding in the UK This bestselling video resource investigates the physical and human causes of the Tewkesbury 2007 flood, looking at runoff, infiltration rates and the factors affecting storm hydrographs. The longterm economic, social, and environmental impacts of the flood are explored, and the sustainability of hard and soft management strategies are evaluated. This resource includes a bank of teaching materials written by Bob Digby, GCSE principal examiner, and author of numerous Geography text books.

2013 • 35 mins • KS 3 – 5 Subtitles • DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £40 3 yrs streaming £60 • PUM13002

This video resource explores the physical and human causes of flooding in Bangladesh, and various flood management strategies.

River Processes and Landforms This video resource provides students with memorable case studies of potholes, rapids, waterfalls, gorges, meanders, braiding, flood plains, and deltas.

2010 • 30 mins • KS 4 • Additional resources DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £40 3 yrs streaming £60 • PUMPK15

2013 • 31 mins • KS 3 – 5 Subtitles • DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £40 3 yrs streaming £60 • PUM13001

Waterless Planet

Water Management

This video resource looks at the inequality of water distribution, exploring how in MEDCs its use is being multiplied, while in LEDCs many people only have access to germ-infested water.

This resource provides four case studies of successful water management: water pumps in Jordan, irrigation for agriculture in Ethiopia, the WWF’s water management plan in Madagascar, and flood prevention in Bangladesh.

2010 • 60 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • NEWAT01

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Plate Tectonics and Associated Hazards NEW

The Haiti Earthquake New to Classroom Video, this outstanding video resource uses footage of the 2010 Haiti earthquake, to show students the effects of a major geo-hazard in an LEDC. The primary and secondary impacts of the quake are explored, and students are encouraged to evaluate a range of short and long term responses in the three years following the event. This resource comes with excellent teaching notes.

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Earth’s Changing Surface

Montserrat

This video resource explains the process of plate tectonics exploring volcanic activity, mountain building, deposition, and past geologic events.

A perfect case study of a volcano in an LEDC, this video resource explains the impacts and responses to Montserrat's volcanic eruptions.

2005 • 20 mins • KS 3 – 4 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VLS05003000

2013 • 45 mins • KS 3 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £40 3 yrs streaming £60 • PUM13004

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Tsunami: The Day the Wave Came Focusing on the individuals caught up in the Boxing Day tsunami, this bestselling resource explores whether better emergency response procedures can be put in place for the future. 2013 • 44 mins • KS 3– 5 • Additional resources DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £40 3 yrs streaming £60 • PUM13003

2005 • 30 mins • KS 4– 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • TSUNA

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The Christchurch Earthquake: A Case Study This video explores the science and aftermath of the major earthquake that struck Christchurch, in New Zealand’s South Island. 2013 • 30 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VEA12027

Coastal Environments BEST SELLING RESOURCE

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Managing the Dorset Coast – Conflicts, Challenges and Opportunities Filmed at Studland Bay, in Dorset, this video resource examines the social, environmental, and political challenges facing tourist ‘honeypot’ sites.

Holderness – Sustainable Management of a Coastline Under Threat This critically acclaimed video resource explores the causes, effects, and management of coastal erosion in Holderness. Students are shown the different landforms created along the coast, the different ways in which they are managed, and the impact of different management techniques. "Absolutely terrific – lovely quality, applicable throughout secondary. Also a big tick for the accompanying resources – especially the follow-up material, maps, diagrams, sorting cards and lesson suggestions." The Geographical Association. 2008 • 40 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £40 3 yrs streaming £60 • HOLDER

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Coastal Environments This bestselling video resource introduces students to coastal geomorphology and management in the UK. Students are taken on a tour of Exmoor National Park, where they are clearly shown the effects of weathering, erosion, deposition, cliff collapse, and the various methods of managing the Park’s environment. Exeter University’s Dr Jasper Knight explains how the coastal landscape needs to managed to ensure its environmental and ecological health. This resource includes excellent supporting teaching materials, to save you valuable planning time.

2012 • 17 mins • KS 3 – 4 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • CUK12020

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2012 • 40 mins • KS 3 – 5 DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £40 3 yrs streaming £60 • PUM12005

Global Ideas: Coastal Management This video resource introduces students to coastal management, revealing how the Philippines, the Maldives, Micronesia, and Papua New Guinea, are all coping with coastal issues. 2011 • 30 mins • KS 4 – 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • DEU11003


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Housing This video resource provides Geography students with comprehensive coverage of the key aspects of housing planning and provision.

Shopping: Past, Present and Future This outstanding video resource explores how and why retail shopping habits and experiences have changed over the past two decades. Students are shown a detailed case study of a shopping centre development in Sheringham, on the Norfolk coast, with support for the development, and opposition to it, clearly evaluated. Featuring interviews with industry experts, and Dr Sophie Bowlby, from University of Reading, this is an ideal learning resource for Geography students in key stages 4 – 5.

2013 • 34 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming • £49 • CUK13029000

Sustainable Settlement Issues This bestselling video resource introduces students to the concept of urban sustainability, exploring how city planners can make changes to improve the quality of life locally, nationally, and globally. Case studies from around the world are used to explain what is meant by urban sustainability, what makes cities unsustainable, and how public transport initiatives, recycling centres, and sustainable urban planning can successfully balance the needs of residents, with the needs of the environment.

2010 • 24 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • CLASS31

2013 • 23 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • CUK13030000

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Relocating Everton FC In 2004, one of England’s best-known football clubs, Everton, started looking to relocate its stadium. This video resource follows Everton’s attempts to relocate, and those opposed fighting to stop the stadium being moved to their area. 2013 • 31 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • CUK13031000

Population Dynamics BEST SELLING RESOURCE

Ageing Populations This video resource examines the current issue of the UK’s ageing population. The UK’s changing dependency ratio is explored, along with the strain on healthcare, transport, and housing.

Population Change and Migration in the UK

Youthful Populations – An African Case Study

Made in conjunction with the Geographical Association, this bestselling video resource introduces students the issue of migration through the real-life experiences of migrants and their families. The detailed case studies clearly evaluate the reasons for the recent increase in migration, and the challenges and benefits that this brings. Students are encouraged to think about migrants’ differing countries of origin, their motivations, and the socio-economic situations both in the UK and their country of origin.

This critically acclaimed video resource uses The Gambia as a case study of a youthful and growing population. The issues associated with managing a young population are comprehensively covered, with evaluation of the role of family planning, the pressures on resources, and details of how governments and NGOs are working together to provide adequate schools, housing, and healthcare.

2008 • 40 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £40 3 yrs streaming £60 • MIGRA

2005 • 31 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £40 3 yrs streaming £60 • YOUTH2

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2005 • 28 mins • KS 3 – 5 DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £40 3 yrs streaming £60 • AGEIN6

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Population Geography This video resource uses the Demographic Transition Model to clearly explain how population trends eventuate, and explores the impact of social values on population growth. 2009 • 28 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • POPGEO

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Energy and Pollution BEST SELLING RESOURCE

The Science of Pollution What is pollution? What causes pollution? Where is pollution found? Who will take charge of the big cleanup? This resource answers these questions.

Atmospheric Hole – The History of the Ozone Layer This video resource explains how it took 45 years for scientists to recognize the dangers of Freon, and another 15 for a worldwide ban on CFC gases. Students are shown how the work of Nobel-winning chemists F. Sherwood Rowland, and Mario Molina led to the 1989 Montreal Protocol, while interviews with climatologist Robert Watson, and EPA official Stephen Anderson, provide fascinating insight into one of the most important environmental sagas of the 20th century.

2006 • 28 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • ATMOS

The Greenhouse Effect: Climate Change and Global Warming This video resource clearly explains the science of the greenhouse effect, and the evidence that human activity is causing climate change.

2009 • 33 mins • KS 3 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • POLLUT

2007 • 57 mins • KS 3 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • GREEN7

Going Carbon Neutral

Renewable Energy

This video resource looks at the village of Ashton Hayes in Cheshire, which plans to become the first UK community to become Carbon Neutral.

This video resource contains four case studies looking at renewable energy: hydroelectric power in Honduras, solar cookers in India, biofuel in Brazil, and Geothermal energy in Kenya.

2007 • 15 mins • KS 3 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • CARBO

2011 • 30 mins • KS 4 – 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • DEU11002

Farming and Food Supply BEST SELLING RESOURCE

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Global Food Equity In this informative video resource, students will hear from leading health experts, as they discuss why food inequity occurs, and how it can be addressed.

Fairtrade – Who Benefits? This bestselling video resource explains how, from small beginnings, the Fairtrade movement is growing, and starting to have a positive impact on the lives of millions of poor, marginalised farmers in less economically developed countries. Case studies focus on the benefit of Fairtrade to farmers, their families, and communities. Students are also encouraged to evaluate the potential disadvantages of, and the future for, the Fairtrade scheme. This video comes with excellent additional resources, to support teaching of this topical subject.

2008 • 19 mins • KS 3 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • FAIRT

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Local or Imported Food – How to Decide This critically acclaimed video resource looks at where our food originates: the issue of 'food miles' is debated in terms of how it affects the planet, impacting on our carbon footprint, and influencing consumer decision-making. The emerging need for 'food security' is analysed, and interviews are given by farmers, consumers, and those involved in deciding about where our food comes from. "Provides a current insight into the importance of sustainable food production. Without a doubt, it has many curriculum applications within the classroom." Janet Hickinbottom, Farming and Countryside Education (FACE). 2008 • 17 mins • KS 3 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • LOCAL

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2012 • 20 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VEA11041

Farming: The Future Is UK farming in crisis? This resource looks at recent trends in farming including organic farming, precision farming, genetic modification, the EU’s common agricultural policy, and strategies for the future. 2013 • 27 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • CUK13016


Health Issues BEST SELLING RESOURCE

Health Risks to the World's Young

Global Health and Human Development This eye-opening video resource provides Geography students with a global perspective on health and human development. We speak to experts from The Nossal Institute for Global Health, Action Aid, and Oxfam, and examine the work they are undertaking. Concepts of ‘human development’ , ‘developed’ and ‘developing’ countries are defined, mortality rates are discussed, and the health status of different countries is investigated. Students are encouraged to evaluate WHO and UN strategies for tackling the global health problem.

2011 • 20 mins • KS 4 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming • £49 VEA11108

This video resource examines the most prominent health risks to young people: early pregnancy, HIV, malnutrition, substance abuse, and violence.

Tobacco's Children In more economically developed countries, cigarettes are acknowledged as a major health risk, and non-smokers are protected by law against tobacco smoke. However, this engaging video resource reveals how, in many less economically developed countries, the tobacco industry heavily markets its products to the community. Students will see how, in Malawi, Brazil, and Bangladesh, the tobacco industry’s hunt for new markets has resulted in child labour and child mortality, uninhibited used of toxic chemicals, price fixing, and increased poverty.

2007 • 48 mins • KS 4 – 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • TOBCK

2011 • 22 mins • KS 4 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VEA11106

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Health in the Developing World This resource explores three ways of improving public health in LEDCs: clearing of landmines, safe drinking water, and micro-finance systems.

2001 • 34 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • HEALT4

Contemporary Conflicts and Challenges BEST SELLING SERIES

Consequences of Conflict This engaging video resource examines some of the economic, environmental, and social impacts of conflicts at national and international level. Poverty, refugees, and a lack of development are all discussed, as are issues related to aid and international assistance. 2009 • 26 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • CLASS9

Geography of Conflict Series “These videos are particularly helpful in examining the social, economic, and environmental impacts of conflict. I don’t know of any other resource on the market that includes, in one place, all the aspects needed for the A2 course we follow.” Helen Nurton, Assistant Headteacher, Guilford County School.

Conflict on a Local Scale This comprehensive video resource identifies local scale conflicts within the UK, using examples of speed limits placed on Lake Windermere, the conflict caused between local people and Tesco, and the possibility of a fifth runway at Heathrow.

Africa Rising International efforts to eradicate African poverty have failed, but is there another way? This video resource reveals the extraordinary story of how a large rural area of Ethiopia is taking itself out of poverty. 2009 • 55 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • RISING

2009 • 26 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • CLASS7

Global Conflict This video resource examines how conflicts arise, the threat of global terrorism, and the measures that can be put in place to tackle this. This is a particularly useful resource when teaching the geographical impacts of international conflicts. 2009 • 23 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • CLASS8

Just Do It This fascinating video resource lifts the lid on climate activism, and those who have crossed the line for what they believe in. SPECIAL OFFER: Buy Global Conflict and Consequences of Conflict and get Conflict on a Local Scale FREE.

2011 • 52 mins • KS 4 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • LFF11001

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Economics and Globalisation BEST SELLING RESOURCE

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Impacts of Globalisation

Issues in Globalisation: How Fair is Fashion? What is globalisation, what are the causes, and what is the role played by TNC’s? This bestselling video resource looks at the effects of globalisation, and who benefits. Filmed in Bangladesh, it compares the working and living conditions of textile workers employed in large factories in Dhaka, with those employed by a small rural fair-trade fashion initiative. This resource comes withia fantastic bank of teaching notes and student activities, written by Bob Digby, GCSE principal examiner, and author of numerous Geography text books.

2011 • 26 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £40 3 yrs streaming £60 • PUM11020

Globalisation can bring many benefits, but not all nations have benefited equally. This resource investigates contrasting levels of development in global economies, and evaluates the reasons for this disparity. 2004 • 22 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • IMPAUK

Issues in Globalisation: Environmental Impacts and Sustainability This resource encourages students to ask: can economic growth be environmentally sustainable? 2011 • 26 mins • KS 4 • Additional resources DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £40 3 yrs streaming £60 • PUM11021

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Brazil – A New Global Power This video resource helps students understand the why Brazil has emerged as a global economic power, including Brazil's physical geography, its natural resources, and expanding middle class. 2011 • 17 mins • KS 4 – 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • BEC11001

Emerging Superpower – India's Booming Bangalore Bangalore is now the Silicon Valley of India. This video resource explains the causes of this success, and evaluates the pros and cons of such rapid growth. 2009 • 30 mins • KS 4 • Additional resources DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £40 3 yrs streaming £60 • PUMPK7

Tourism NEW SERIES

Snowdonia

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Caroline Quentin visits Snowdonia National Park, where she takes part in a training exercise for the Mountain Rescue Dogs Association. She also heads 480ft underground to explore disused slate mines in Blaenau Ffestiniog. 2012 • 45 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • BBC12016000

New Forest

Caroline Quentin's National Parks Series In this enjoyable series, Caroline Quentin reveals how Britain’s National Parks are not just tourist destinations, but living places. Students will see the huge diversity of the British countryside, and the people that inhabit it – an entertaining resource to support teaching about tourism in an MEDC.

Caroline Quentin takes hot-air balloon ride over the New Forest National Park. She then learns about the work of agister, Robert Maton, who looks after the Park’s wildlife. 2012 • 45 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • BBC12017000

Loch Lomond At Loch Lomond National Park, Caroline Quentin enjoys the annual Highland Games, before spending the night with a group of volunteers monitoring bats on one of the loch's most picturesque islands, Inchcailloch. 2012 • 45 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • BBC12015000

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Blackpool – The Development of a Tourist Destination This bestselling video resource explores the fortunes of one of Britain's most iconic tourist destinations: Blackpool. Students are encouraged to evaluate why the city’s tourism trade has declined, and to investigate possible futures for the town. The resource also compares Blackpool’s fortunes with the eco-tourist destination, Tobago, in the Caribbean, exploring how sustainable development of smaller tourist destinations can be an alternative to the boom and bust of large-scale tourism developments.

2010 • 26 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • CLASS30


Cultural Understanding BEST SELLING RESOURCE

Give me the Short Version on Burma

China Today

Featuring interviews with activists and academics, this compelling video resource reveals how, in one of Asia’s richest countries, many people live in poverty.

Being British Amid growing concern about cultural division in the UK and the sense of national pride being lost, the British Government has encouraged schools to investigate diversity in the UK and develop an awareness of British-ness. This video resource charts the history of the UK, explores perceptions of Britishness, and provides a basis for discussion about the future of the United Kingdom and its population.

2010 • 25 mins • KS 3 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • CLASS24

This visual tour of China gives students a wellrounded journey across the nation, revealing the ancient customs, and modern trends, that shape 21st century China.

2010 • 43 mins • KS 4 – 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • THIRS01

2002 • 23 mins • KS 3 – 4 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • DY0062

Growing up in Modern Japan

Growing up in Brazil

This resource explores modern Japan by comparing the lives of two boys: one living in Nagoya, one of Japan's largest cities, and the other living in rural Obara. Students are encouraged to discuss the differences with their own lives.

This video resource follows the daily lives of Tarik and his family in the Brazilian city of Curitiba. Students are introduced to the rapidly changing roles and traditions in modern Latin American culture.

2000 • 24 mins • KS 3 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • LINJ

2003 • 16 mins • KS 3 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • GBRA

Geographical Enquiry and Application NEW

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Maps and Globes: A Thorough Understanding

Mapping New to Classroom Video, this comprehensive video resource shows students the major types of world maps, as well as topographic, road, and city maps. Students will come to understand the various tools used to create maps, including global positioning systems (GPS), satellite imagery, and laser technologies. Through watching the video, and conducting activities in the accompanying guide, students will also improve their own mapping and navigation skills.

Expedition and Navigation Skills This bestselling video resource shows students what it takes to prepare for an expedition including what to pack, how to set up a campsite, and the key navigational skills for orienteering. Tips on safety, sanitation, and equipment are also included, providing new outdoor enthusiasts with valuable knowledge, and educators a valuable teaching resource.

This video resource provides a detailed look at mapping concepts, including how to use the graphic scale, latitude and longitude, and the prime meridian. 1999 • 19 mins • KS 3 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • DY0007

Our Earth in Motion – Understanding Time, Tides and Seasons Show your students how sunrise, seasons, and tides occur with this detailed video resource.

2003 • 19 mins • KS 3 – 4 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VLS05007000

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Classroom Video Geography Catalogue