World Geography Lesson Plan Guides, World Geography Scope and Sequence

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Are you teaching World Geography this year? Are you looking for materials to get started and help you pace out your World Geography lessons? 
So many times you don't even know where to start when planning a new unit.  These World Geography lesson planning guides include a pacing guide for each unit of study in World Geography and then break down the components of the lesson cycle with ideas for what activities will engage students in the content.  If you have purchased one of my World Geography Bundles or the World Geography Mega Bundle,  these guides will walk you through how to use each resource.

What is included in each World Geography lesson planning guide

Each lesson plan guide includes the vital parts of the lesson cycle with examples of Geography activities available to support each component.
  • Classroom Decor (Word Walls and Anchor Charts)
  • Bellringers for Geography 
  • Teacher Input, Geography Guided Notes 
  • Student Activities to Anchor Learning, Geography Choice Boards, Geography Mapping Activities
  • Projects for Geography Research
  • Collaborative Activities 
  • Assessments, both formal and informal 
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Overview of each lesson component which is a great refresher for lesson planning or guide for new teachers.

This is a great resource for NEW TEACHERS and BACK TO SCHOOL lessons.

CLICK BELOW and get your free unit planning guide.  It is the first free item in each bundle! 


A yearly World Geography Pacing Guide that includes key topics to teach for each unit.  And a breakdown of how to write a lesson plan.  Best of all, THEY ARE FREE!


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Do you use effectiveness survey to gauge your classroom effectiveness?  Do you have student gauge your effectiveness as well?  
What are effectiveness surveys? Surveys to reflect on your classroom procedures pedagogical strategies.  Surveys to have students reflect on the effectiveness of your pedagogical strategies and classroom procedures.  
Why use effectiveness surveys? To reflect on your practices and to give students a voice! 
What are the benefits of using effectiveness surveys? It will strengthen the relationship between the teacher and students by making learning a team effort.  It will ensure that ALL students are heard and give the teacher a ton of feedback to use when planning.  

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  5. Are students engaged throughout the class period? 
  6. Do you plan using complex text? 
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  8. Do your students know how to ask for help? 
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  4. Does the teacher make the material relevant by tying it to your needs, wants, and interests? 
  5. Are you engaged throughout the class period? 
  6. Are you reading complex text during this class? 
  7. Do you feel like your teacher knows you and values your participation in class? 
  8. Do you know how to ask for help? 
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  1. Make sure every student feels welcomed by greeting them at the door. 
  2. Make sure you smile and make eye contact. 
  3. Learn your students names early by saying them often. 
  4. Use collaborative strategies in your class like think, pair, share and jigsaw groupings. 
  5. Remember that relationships have more return than anything else.  Build them. 
  6. Make sure you ditch your desk time and interact with the students throughout the lesson. 
  7. Make sure you know your standards and plan around meeting those standards. 
  8. Give real world examples before when you explain new concepts.  This will help anchor student background knowledge. 
  9. Get feedback from your students about how things are going.  Make sure you get a variety of student voices to ensure ALL students are represented. 
  10. Rest!  Go home and do something fun with your friends or family at the end of each day.  Teaching is tiring and you need to recharge. You cannot give anything from an empty cup! 

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