PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY


BOUNDARIES AND BORDERS

Working with lines which divide countries and continents.
Made by Mónica Lanero Táboas. Bilingual section. IES Jálama. Moraleja (Spain)





POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY


Government in UK

Different exercises about government in United Kingdom. Working with branches of power, Cabinet and PM, Chambers of Parliament and MP and regional powers. The students must read a text and then match definitions of different political terms with their correct words. At least they have to draw/complete a real framework of the UK's power.

Made by Angel Martín Uría and Javier Jiménez-Ridruejo. IES Alagón. Coria (Spain)



Political systems

The world is organized into several different political systems. It is very important that the student can establish the main differences between them taking into account polling systems, right and must, separated branches of power and political pluralism.
The text which has been used as reference was "Look now. The World in facts, stats and graphics" edited by DK.
Different exercises ( match, fill in, answering questions,...) about these topics.

Made by Mónica Lanero Táboas. Bilingual section. IES Jálama. Moraleja (Spain) and Fco. Javier Jiménez-Ridruejo, IES Alagón. Coria (Spain)





DEMOGRAPHY

World population rates
Working with World population rates. Short explanations about birth and fertility rate; mortality rate, infant mortality and life expectancy and population growth. The aim of the exercise is to understand the definitions, to collect vocabulary about these topics and, then, fill blanks into different exercises.

Made by Angel Martín Uría and Javier Jiménez-Ridruejo. IES Alagón. Coria (Spain)





Population density

We offer some questions on reading and comprehension about a text from a bilingual book. One exercise provides the chance to answer with different sentences so that students can use different kind of grammatical structures. Contents: Absolute population, sparcely and densily population,...




Potatoe Famine & Spanish Migrations in XXth century


We provide two different text in English to the students. Everybody must read both text at home or in class. Then, they have to create groups of 4 students. Each group is responsible for writing questions about one specific text. In a meeting group, each group would throw over the class a question related to its text. The rest of the students must try to answer the questions because they had read both texts. Raising their hands, each student has the chance to answer the question. One answer, one point.





ECONOMIC SECTORS

Economic Sectors
Working with...
  • jobs and professions that are related to a specific economic sector
  • how the students could make differences between different sector

Made by Mónica Lanero Táboas. Bilingual section. IES Jálama. Moraleja (Spain) and Fco. Javier Jiménez-Ridruejo, IES Alagón. Coria (Spain)



Manufacturing

Some exercises which deal with differences between types of industries and differences between manufacturing and services. To manage lectures with these topics we suggest reading Usborne Geography Enciclopedia.

Made by Angel Martín Uría and Javier Jiménez-Ridruejo. IES Alagón. Coria (Spain)