KS3 & KS4
Doddle Geography promotes knowledge retention and supports you in delivering the latest specifications for all major exam boards with high-quality, teaching resources and formative low-stakes testing.
WHAT’S IN DODDLE GEOGRAPHY?
Our teaching presentations cover topics across KS3 to KS4, providing you with a useful and engaging teaching tool.
They are an excellent resource to aid front of class teaching and can also support students’ independent learning and revision.
These self-marking tests are formative and cover key topics on the curriculum, as well as skills such as analysing photographs and maps.
Immediate feedback after each question helps to embed knowledge and support improvement.
These show and explain geographical concepts and processes easily for students, for example plate tectonics, weather processes and using four-figure grid references.
Both online and through the app your students can access Doddle resources for effective independent learning and exam preparation.
Our interactive resources break down complex concepts step-by-step and let students revise at their own pace.
These standalone activities provide quick testing or teaching for a specific topic and are a great way to illustrate a lesson or homework activity.
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Our team are always working on new resources.
- Geographical Skills
- Weather and Climate
- Population and Urbanisation
- Plate Tectonics
- Rocks, Weathering and Soils
- International Development
- Industry and Development
- Rural and Urban Areas
- Hazards and Climate Change
- Geographical Skills
- QCA Revised Programme of Study for KS3 Geography
- AQA KS4 Geography 2016
- OCR B KS4 Geography 2016
- OCR A KS4 Geography 2016
- Edexcel A KS4 Geography 2016
- Edexcel B KS4 Geography 2016
- Eduqas A KS4 Geography 2016
- Eduqas B KS4 Geography 2016
Doddle provides an extensive range of resources, including self-marking quizzes which we felt was a real time saver and reduced our workload. What’s more, the quizzes linked in well with our curriculum and not only challenged students but also supported what they had learnt within class.
Dan Spencer, Head of Geography at Les Quennevais School