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Natural Disasters

Natural Disasters

2 Natural Disasters presentations and a presentation about the impact humans are having on our oceans. Suitable for 7 - 11 years.
mark harland
KS2 Geography

KS2 Geography

50 x lessons for KS2 Geography. Most suitable for years 5 and 6. Lessons all designed to match the requirements of the National Curriculum. For other bespoke KS2 lesson bundles please email info@thisisgeography.co.uk Other KS2 modules available: Bizarre Biomes Map Skills & The UK How We Live Planet Earth Crumbling Coasts
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KS2 Geography

KS2 Geography

50 x lessons for KS2 Geography. Most suitable for years 5 and 6. Lessons all designed to match the requirements of the National Curriculum. For other bespoke KS2 lesson bundles please email info@thisisgeography.co.uk Other KS2 modules available: Map Skills & The UK Where We Live How We Live Planet Earth The Problem With Resources
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Key Stage 2 Geography - Dangerous Earth

Key Stage 2 Geography - Dangerous Earth

Full KS2 unit of work for Dangerous Earth. This unit explores Natural Hazards, from plate tectonics to volcanoes, earthquakes and hurricanes. All lesson are suitable for 50 minutes to 1 hour of teaching time. Includes supporting worksheets for lessons - no additional resources are required. Most suitable for KS2, years 5 or 6. All lessons have a starter and learning objectives. All PowerPoints in the same signature style. For more resources see thisisgeography.co.uk Lesson sequence: 1 - How is the earth structured? 2 - What are plate tectonics? 3 - How are plates destructive? 4 - What happens at plate boundaries apart from destruction? 5 - Why do we have volcanoes? 6 - Volcanoes ICT 7 - What happened at Mount St Helens? 8 - What is Mt Vesuvius and what happened there? 9 - Why live near a volcano? 10 - What is an earthquake? 11 - How do we measure and prevent earthquakes? 12 - What happened in Kobe Japan? 13 - When do tsunamis occur? 14 - What were the effects of the Japan tsunami? 15 - Japanese tsunami video 16 - What is a tropical storm? 17 - Hurricane Katrina factfile 18 – Hurricane Katrina documentary 19 - How do the responses in MEDCs and LEDCs differ? 20 - Revision Also includes Geography Literacy mat and Geography Numeracy/Map Skills mat. Links to National Curriculum: - They should develop their use of geographical knowledge, understanding and skills to enhance their locational and place knowledge - Locate the world’s countries, using maps to focus on Europe (including the location of Russia) and North and South America, concentrating on their environmental regions, key physical and human characteristics, countries, and major cities - Physical geography, including: climate zones, biomes and vegetation belts, rivers, mountains, volcanoes and earthquakes, and the water cycle
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Natural Disasters Bundle

Natural Disasters Bundle

Let's learn about Natural Disasters! This NO PREP bundle includes 9 units with a great variety of activities, exercises and puzzles about natural disasters. Answer keys and answer sheets are included. The following worksheets are included: Blizzards Earthquakes Floods Hurricanes Landslides Tornadoes Tsunamis Volcanic Eruptions Wildfires
willemmacau
Geography KS3 Programme of Study (Full SoW and Resources)

Geography KS3 Programme of Study (Full SoW and Resources)

Every resource needed for a KS3 Programme of Study! This bundle includes over 200 lessons!! Everything is fully planned and resourced and ready to use! I have spent a lot of time planning these lessons and welcome feedback. No need for textbooks! Enjoy!
dunnsean
Teacher Pack: Coastal Engineering and management

Teacher Pack: Coastal Engineering and management

In this pack you will find a range of ideas, activities, resources and lesson plans, designed to allow you to engage students on the topic of Coastal Management & Engineering, facilitate learning and maximise understanding of natural coastal processes and management strategies for the local beaches, foreshores and dunes on the Gold Coast. Resources are created for targeted year groups and include clear curriculum links. Coastlines are dynamic environments, constantly changing as a result of coastal processes and varying weather patterns. Under calm conditions, the sand may shift just a millimetre or so and during an extreme storm event, beaches can change rapidly as sand is moved offshore. Historically, storm events have driven innovation in coastal engineering in order to protect our city. However, as population has grown on the Gold Coast, so too has development along our beaches. A range of coastal management techniques are being implemented across the Gold Coast to meet the varying challenges faced by each area, depending on environmental conditions and the extent of development. The resources in this pack allow you and your students to explore Coastal Management & Engineering on the Gold Coast, through engaging and thought provoking activities. You can order your spiral bound hard copy or free PDF version here: https://www.griffith.edu.au/engineering-information-technology/griffith-centre-coastal-management/community-projects/coasted/programs/resources/teacher-pack-coastal-management-and-engineering
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