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Tudor Grange Academy Worcester – Scheme of Work Sample

Scheme of Work Subject:

Geography

Year Group:

10

Half Term:

2

Course / Qualification:

GCSE Geography (AQA A)

Unit / Module Title:

Unit 5: Water on the land

Outcomes:

Students who have completed this scheme of work will: • Recall a case study to explain how floods been managed in the poor world • Compare case studies of flood risk management between the rich world and poor world • Explain the advantages and disadvantages of hard and soft engineering to evaluate the better option • Explain how rivers in the UK provide water supply • Evaluate how sustainable the UK has been in managing its water supply • Complete a GCSE past paper for the Water on the land unit Assessments:

Assessment Title:

Formative Assessment 1 8 mark GCSE Practise question: Describe the advantages and

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Formative Assessment 2 Independent thinking- evaluation task Has the U.K managed to successfully manage its water supply?

Common Assessment Unit 5: Water on the Land: End of unit assessment Students complete 11 part 1


Tudor Grange Academy Worcester – Scheme of Work Sample

disadvantages of soft engineering as means of controlling flooding

Students use 6 thinking hats to evaluate how effect the Edan Valley Dams have been in supplying sustainable water supply to the UK

File Location: Feedback to students: Using AQA success criteria linked to GCSE grade boundaries.

Peer Assessment using 6 thinking hats RAG rating and mark out of 6 Comment and 2 Targets

Full diagnostic written comment – 2 Targets. eMarkbook:

GCSE past exam paper to demonstrate learning over entire unit.

Using success criteria linked to GCSE grade boundaries. Full diagnostic written comment – 2 Targets. Attitude to learning grade.

Please record your grades as outlined above in your eMarkbook, which can be found in the following location:

Sequence of Learning Lesson Number / Title

Key Outcomes

Resources

Independent Learning (Homework)

Week 1 Lesson 1a:

All students will…

Resources Location:

How have floods been

Identify the key problems

Resources Available:

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Student complete an 8 mark gcse question on flood management 2


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managed in the poor world?

faced with managing floods in the poor world Build a case study of flood management in Bangladesh using independent research

Lesson 1b: How does flood management compare in the rich world compared to the poor world? Formative Assessment 1

Use peer assessment to track progress made in lesson All students will… Review the case studies of flood management that I have studied

Lesson 1: AQA Geography A pg 100-101 GATM Bangladesh video PowerPoint lesson Resource booklet

Describe the advantages and disadvantages of soft engineering as means of controlling flooding

Lesson 2: Powerpoint lesson GATM how to cross a river Flood prevention worksheet River spot the difference AQA Exam pro: flood management

Compare how economic position impacts flood management Answer a GCSE question for my formative assessment Week 2

Lesson 2a:

All students will…

Hard or soft engineering; which is the better option?

Use peer assessment to assess 8 mark GCSE question

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Resources Location:

Research task:

Resources Available: Lesson 1 Power point lesson

Students will use independent research to find out 10 facts about Edan Valley Water Transfer Scheme in 3


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Set targets as I begin to prepare for common assessment

Lesson 2b: How are rivers in the UK managed to provide water supply?

Justify and explain whether hard or soft engineering is the better method for flood management All students will…

AQA Exam pro: flood management (mark scheme) FA2 mark sheet AQA Geography A pg117-119

Birmingham to build their case study of water management in the UK before next lesson.

Lesson 2: Powerpoint lesson AQA Geography A pg 120- 122 Worksheet

Discuss key concerns linked to supply and demand of water supply Use numeracy to calculate my individual water pressure Analyse maps of the UK to identify most vulnerable regions when it comes to provision of water supply. Week 3

Lesson 3a:

All students will…

Resources Location:

Has the U.K managed Identify the key strategies to successfully manage the UK has used to manage its water supply? its water supply

Resources Available:

Formative Assessment

Lesson 1:

Explain whether the

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management strategy is sustainable or not

Evaluated the positives and negatives of the Edan Valley http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesiz Dam project to promote a e/geography/water_rivers/water_usage_r sustainable future ev6.shtml Lesson 3b: All students will… How can I prepare for Use peer work to recap and my end of unit exam? discuss unit. Highlight areas needed for revision.

Powerpoint lesson Thinking hats Thinking cards Edan Valley resource

Lesson 2: Powerpoint lesson Practise exam paper BBC bitesize revision: rivers

Create revision cards to aid learning for end of unit exam Week 4 Lesson 4a: Water on the land: GCSE Practise paper Common Assessment

Lesson 4b:

All students will… Practise working independently in exam conditions. Be able to answer all GCSE questions. Achieve a successful end of unit grade. All students will…

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Resources Location:

Literacy Task:

Resources Available: Lesson 1: AQA Geography A: Unit 5 Exam pro- mark scheme Exam pro- questions (30 marks)

Students create revision cards using AQA revision guide to test themselves and each other.

Lesson 2: AQA Geography: Water on the land AQA A Past exam paper AQA A Mark scheme

GCSE Bitesize geography tasks. Literacy Task:

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How could I progress in Reflect on their assessment my end of unit grade? feedback to evaluate their performance.

AfL target sheet

Understand the mark scheme to re-write one answer to a higher level.

Opportunity for students to rewrite a question from assessment that they would like to improve using self assessment and mark scheme

Set targets for the next unit. Week 5 Lesson 5a: New unit- see Globalisation Sow Lesson 5b:

All students will…

Resources Location:

All students will…

Resources Available:

Week 6 Lesson 6a: NA Lesson 6b:

All students will…

Resources Location:

All students will…

Resources Available: AQA Geography A pg

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