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Discussion in 'Geography' started by Geographyteacher939, Jun 1, 2018.

  1. Geographyteacher939

    Geographyteacher939 New commenter

    Hi all

    Where do you all look for your resources? Will be starting in September as an unqualified geography teacher and geography is not my specialism.

  2. freckle06

    freckle06 Lead commenter

    See what your dept already has: schemes of work, textbooks, a shared computer drive?

    Don’t reinvent the wheel - look at the long term plans then schemes of work. If there aren’t any, come back here and ask for suggestions (don’t forget the national curriculum) - I tend to go local, national then global.

    There are resources on here (and some very good ones too) but you can spend hours looking and get nowhere without a plan.

    Good luck
    Lara mfl 05 likes this.
  3. captain scarlet

    captain scarlet Established commenter

    Google the question.
    Geography [topic, section, worksheets, ppt's etc]

    What is to lose?
    Also, look at the scheme of work at school, there is bound to be loads, you then tailor them to your needs
    Lara mfl 05 likes this.
  4. freckle06

    freckle06 Lead commenter

    The problem with googling the question is you’ll end up with so many you might not know where to start - especially as you’re coming at it as a non specialist. That’s not to say you can’t do agoid job. I worked with a very good committed unqualified teacher.
  5. sue_farmer_library

    sue_farmer_library New commenter

    It's ok to view my 'intranet-web-blog' theres lots of A Level links, I'm still building the GCSE but AQA have kindly? put lots GCSE google links on their A Level topic schemes of work .....
    Of course the Approved textbook is the definitive resource at any level.
  6. NattyP1989

    NattyP1989 New commenter

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