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2.4 Weather IGCSE lesson sequence

2.4 Weather IGCSE lesson sequence

Want to preview before you download? - Scroll through all slides and activities before you buy. Go to https://sites.google.com/view/mrwilklessons/ Four lesson sequence designed for unit 2.4 of the Cambridge IGCSE syllabus on weather. Each Powerpoint has an activity sheet tailored to it.
hrwilkinson
Geography KS2 Cocoa bean matching activity

Geography KS2 Cocoa bean matching activity

Great starter activity all about cocoa beans. Cut up the boxes and get the children to match the sentence. Differentiated so LA can match a blue box with a yellow box or HA need to match the sentences that are in one colour.
julfa786
PGCE ESSAY

PGCE ESSAY

This is my Geography PGCE Essay I did at IOE in 2016/2017. Assignment name: Planning Sequence of Lessons and Subject Studies 1 I had to teach 6-8 lessons, demonstrating progress through student's books. Harvard reference. 27 pages in total.
123birouk
Tropical storm effects

Tropical storm effects

A lesson looking at the effects of Typhoon Hainan. The lesson focusses on whether the primary effects are worse than the secondary effects.
misterhutson
WEATHER HAZARDS: AQA GCSE

WEATHER HAZARDS: AQA GCSE

This bundle of 10 resources addresses the AQA GCSE specification linked to weather hazards. Each resource is structured in a clear and easy to use manner with supporting information sheets, differentiated work sheets, activities and key video hyperlinks.
clmcdonnell
WEATHER HAZARDS - 4. Typhoon Haiyan case study

WEATHER HAZARDS - 4. Typhoon Haiyan case study

This lesson has been designed to address 'Weather Hazards', as per the AQA GCSE Geography specification. This lesson uses the case study Typhoon Haiyan to explore the primary + secondary effects as well as the immediate and long-term responses to a hurricane. - Starter task - uses a variety of case study examples and students have to 'guess the strength' (there is a supporting hand-out at the end of the PPT linked to the Saffir-Simpson scale and also a supporting hyperlinked video clip). - Clear learning objectives and success criteria linked to AQA specification. - New information both on the PPT and also an information sheet (provided on another PPT document) with supporting activities. - Plenary - consolidation and review of learning task. - Further reading - with a variety of appropriate hyperlinked websites.
clmcdonnell
CLIMATE CHANGE: AQA GCSE

CLIMATE CHANGE: AQA GCSE

This bundle of 6 resources addresses the AQA GCSE specification linked to climate change. Each resource is structured in a clear and easy to use manner with supporting information sheets, differentiated work sheets, challenge activities and key video hyperlinks.
clmcdonnell
CLIMATE CHANGE - 5. Managing climate change - Adaptation

CLIMATE CHANGE - 5. Managing climate change - Adaptation

This lesson has been designed to ensure students understand ways in which humans can adapt to the effects of climate change, as per the AQA GCSE Geography specification. The PowerPoint is clearly structured with; - Starter tasks to assess prior knowledge - there are 2 because this takes me 2 lessons to complete. - Clear learning objectives with success criteria and links to the exam specification - Variety of activities and new information supported by a hyperlinked video and worksheet (found at the end of the PPT). - Plenary - consolidation task to enable students to think about and discuss key points learnt and their implications.
clmcdonnell
Floods

Floods

There are three lessons in this bundle on floods. 1. One lesson covers the nature and causes and effects of floods. 2. The other lesson covers the flood defences focusing on hard and soft engineering solutions and a case study on the Thames Barrier. This is a differentiated lesson for lower ability group. 3. The final lesson is also on flood management however, this lesson is differentiated for a higher ability group or a GCSE group. The key ideas of the 3ps are included in this lesson as well.
suddy23
A LEVEL GEOGRAPHY TROPICAL STORMS CASE STUDIES

A LEVEL GEOGRAPHY TROPICAL STORMS CASE STUDIES

Easy to follow PowerPoint Presentation (in a print friendly format), perfect for GCSE, A-Level and first year university students. GREAT as a revision resource - detailed enough to achieve A*. Includes DETAILED notes on STORM NARGIS (2008) and HURRICANE KATRINA (2006). Case study information is provided, with CAUSES, IMPACTS AND RESPONSES/MANAGEMENT with EVALUATION. Lots of facts and statistics great for answering exam questions fully.
shoaib1999
Hurricane - formation, impact and management

Hurricane - formation, impact and management

This is one of the most active and destructive hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean area on records. Thousands of people (including British nationals) have been affected by hurricanes this hurricane season. There is never a better opportunity to teach about hurricanes whether or not it's on your LS for T1. Here we have three (3) lessons that explore the science behind hurricane formation, an analysis of the social and economic impact of hurricanes and finally a look at ways hurricanes can be managed to minimise the loss of lives. All the resources to deliver the lessons are included with the lessons. Just download and teach.
suddy23
Bangladesh Flooding- DRAMA activity- 'Why is Bangladesh a drowning country?'

Bangladesh Flooding- DRAMA activity- 'Why is Bangladesh a drowning country?'

I have used this resource for years 7 and 8 many times. They absolutely love it! Depending on your students, this can be completed in one lesson but is better to use two so that they have time to be more creative and you can set up sound effects and background images for their scenes. The lesson can be part of a Rivers/Flooding topic and relies on the students having already been taught about the water cycle. It leads into comparing flooding in Bangladesh with flooding in a more economically developed country and to climate change/rising sea levels/global impacts of CC. The lesson includes peer assessment and and exit card which is differentiated. You will need Atlases and may need to adapt certain points of the ppt for your students needs. There are a range of video links included which I usually show a few mins of each to give the students as much visual information as possible before they create their scenes. The groupings are of 4 and the roles should be differentiated and chosen carefully by you- I wouldn't advise letting them choose! 1/2- Actor roles- Best reserved for the outgoing and confident students- (can be 3 actors) 3- Narrator- Best reserved for students who are fairly shy but also want to participate in the scene but not act, has worked well with Autistic students who want to deliver the important factual information. 4- Director- Best reserved for the quiet/creative/highly academic students who understand the task very well but would never consider acting or narrating in front of the class. Teacher must ensure the rest of the group are listening well to the director and they know it's their job to combine the rest of the groups ideas into one scene. I usually give out positive rewards for the groups working the best together. Due to the nature of the play structure, it is important that the groups do not kill off the main characters before the end!! The students will insist they need so much more time on this task so is important you are very strict on whatever timings you want them to achieve it in. 1 lesson to plan/rehearse, 1 lesson to rehearse and perform. I hope you enjoy what they come up with!
sheppard2011