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Plate Tectonics Scavenger Hunt

Plate Tectonics Scavenger Hunt

At the end of this Scavenger hunt students will be able to learn about the science of plate tectonics with different theories, types of boundaries and effects of it on earth along with its vocabulary. Its a great tool to review any subject units. Colorful and neat images on cards will create a deep interest among kids to perform the game with great visualization. Task cards are a great alternative to worksheets. They allow students for random movement in the classroom, which brain research shows increases achievement! It works well with partners or individually. Preview images may have reduced picture quality due to jpeg file. But original .pdf file contains clear images. Topics covered are: What are plate tectonics? Lithosphere Physical and thermal structure and sub layer of Earth Two types of crust (or tectonics plates) Major and Minor Tectonic Plates Theory of plate tectonics & Convection currents and Plate movements Types of plate boundaries: Continental drift theory and Alfred Wegener Pangea (all land mass) Wegener’s Evidence for Continental Drift: Sea floor spreading Mid-Ocean ridge & Mid-Atlantic ridge: Harry Hess’s ideas on sea-floor spreading Evidence of sea floor spreading: How to Use: Print the 24 Scavenger Hunt cards on card stock or brightly -colored paper and cut them apart along the black lines. Make copies of the Scavenger Hunt questions worksheet. Each student needs a copy. Place the Scavenger Hunt cards around your classroom where students will be able to find them. You can put them on chairs, on the computer keyboard, on the back of your classroom door, on the sides of student desks, on the chalkboard or wherever you like. Students have to search the room and find all of the sentence cards to answer the questions. You can differentiate by having students work alone or with a classmate. © 2015 Brilliant Classes This purchase is for one teacher and for classroom use only. All rights reserved. No part of this product may be reproduced, transmitted or distributed without express permission from the author. This product may not be posted or uploaded to the Internet in any form including classroom websites or network drives. If other teachers, colleagues, teams, schools or districts wish to use this resource, additional licenses must be purchased and can be done so for half price. You will find lots more in my store, including math, science, ELA, activities/craftivities, special education, interactive activities, and more!
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Seas Wordsearch Puzzle Sheet Keywords Settler Starter Cover Lesson The Sea Geography

Seas Wordsearch Puzzle Sheet Keywords Settler Starter Cover Lesson The Sea Geography

Wordsearch Puzzle sheet on the theme of ‘Seas’. Powerpoint so can be used on the board or printed as a worksheet. Includes space for students to explain the keywords and suggested extension activities. Can take 10 minutes or an hour, depending on which activities the students complete. Ideal for the start of a lesson, a quick filler, a homework, part of a cover lesson or as a plenary on the board with a whiteboard pen. The idea behind these is to get students to become more literate and think independently about the words that could be used to describe the topic being taught. The repetition of the word over and over as they look for the word is useful in remembering the terms. Often the students will pick up on things that you would not normally expect!
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Types of Weathering- KS3 Geography

Types of Weathering- KS3 Geography

A differentiated active learning lesson on types of Weathering. Targeted at KS3 Geographers but could at a stretch be used for lower end KS4. Includes a practical at the beginning which needs old 2pence pieces and vinegar. Learning Objectives: By the end of the lesson pupils will All- To find out about three types of Weathering and how humans impact the rate of weathering Most-To be able to explain how mechanical and Physical Weathering happens. Some- suggest ways that weathering rate may increase. To suggest the ways to stop humans increasing the rate of weathering. Differentiation Peer support Hint cards for weaker students Challenge questions option for those who chose to attempt them Extension work for those who get through the knowledge sections quickly. Open-ended synthesis and analysis task
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OCR Disease Dilemmas Synoptic Questions

OCR Disease Dilemmas Synoptic Questions

This set of resources contains multiple documents: An overview of how to answer 12-mark synoptic questions from Paper 3 - OCR A Level Geography, with specific reference to the Disease Dilemmas topic. Guidelines are given on AO1 and AO2 weightings and how to structure a 12-mark answer, with an example plan. Evaluative comments are also emphasised, and examples of how to implement these in an answer are given. There is also a question builder grid with links between the Disease Dilemmas topic, and the topics from Papers 1 and 2 (including Changing Spaces; Making Places and Earth’s Life Support Systems, as well as Coastal Landscapes, Human Rights and Global Migration as the optional topics). This question builder allows students to create an almost endless list of their own synoptic questions from all parts of the specification. Thirdly, there is a topic links sheet with links drawn between Disease Dilemmas, and the optional topics listed above. Starter sentences are given with the specific link between each topic, which students need to finish with specific case study detail from their chosen examples. Finally, a model answer is provided to answer the question: ‘It is more challenging to mitigate against communicable diseases in areas with human rights conflicts.’ How far do you agree with the statement? This answer follows the guidance given in the resources above.
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Who Uses Our National Parks?

Who Uses Our National Parks?

Our National Parks are used by more than visitors and tourists who stay for only a few days. These worksheets primarily at Industry, Ministry Of Defense and Water Companies, Firearms Or Ramblers, Farmers and Local Residents, their uses of the land and how this can effect the local area.
WillsonEducation
Where Are Our National Parks?

Where Are Our National Parks?

There are fifteen National Parks within Britain, each protected countryside in which everyone can visit, live and work. These worksheets look at their location, distribution and location in relation to other landmarks. Who owns the land within the National Parks is discussed, with also the opportunity to develop their graph skills.
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What Impacts Can Visitors Have On Our National Parks?

What Impacts Can Visitors Have On Our National Parks?

National Parks are under increasing pressure to attract visitors to them however these visitors bring both negative and positive impacts to the countryside and residents. These worksheets look at some of the negative impacts visitors can have on National Parks and whether they are social, economical or environmental.
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Impacts And Solution Of Visitors On Our National Parks

Impacts And Solution Of Visitors On Our National Parks

National Parks are under increasing pressure to attract visitors to them however these visitors bring both negative and positive impacts to the countryside and residents. These worksheets look at some of the negative impacts visitors can have on National Parks, whether they are social, economical or environmental, and the possible solutions to these.
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