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GEOGRAPHY A LEVEL CREATION OF TROPICAL CYCLONES/HURRICANES

GEOGRAPHY A LEVEL CREATION OF TROPICAL CYCLONES/HURRICANES

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*. Contains two very detailed slides, with well organised information under subheadings, using step-by-step explanations of the process of the creation of a tropical storm. Also includes a detailed guide to the six conditions needed for a tropical cyclone to develop - description of a cyclone is also provided. Great for answering exam questions as the resource is full of useful information, in an easy-to-follow format. The resource helped me achieve A* at a-level - so is perfect for geography students.
shoaib1999
A LEVEL GEOGRAPHY URBAN CLIMATE NOTES

A LEVEL GEOGRAPHY URBAN CLIMATE NOTES

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*. Consists of: A definition and a description of the characteristics of urban climate i.e. climatic dome and layers. A statistical comparison between urban climate and rural climates. Explanation of the urban heat island effect in terms of both temperature and precipitation. A detailed analysis of urban air quality. Urban pollution reduction policies. Great for answering exam questions as the resource is full of useful information, in an easy-to-follow format. The resource helped me achieve A* at a-level - so is perfect for geography students.
shoaib1999
Sunset

Sunset

Photos Sunset of the deck of a P and O cruise to New Caledonia. 6 gorgeous photos of the sun and the sea.
missavicis
Climate of Sydney, Australia

Climate of Sydney, Australia

A one page worksheet that provides the climate statistics for students to construct a climate graph. Students are then to write a written description of Sydney's climate.
swintrek
A LEVEL GEOGRAPHY GLOBAL ATMOSPHERIC CIRCULATION MODEL

A LEVEL GEOGRAPHY GLOBAL ATMOSPHERIC CIRCULATION MODEL

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 information on the characteristics of the atmosphere, factors affecting wind, global atmospheric circulation systems, global pressure patterns and Hadley, Ferrel and Polar cells. Very detailed information with step by step explanations and diagrams.
shoaib1999
Core Theme 5 (Weather, Climate & Ecosystems) SoW (Eduqas WJEC 9-1)

Core Theme 5 (Weather, Climate & Ecosystems) SoW (Eduqas WJEC 9-1)

This is an entire Scheme/Unit of Work for Core Theme 5 (Weather, Climate & Ecosystems) in the new Eduqas WJEC 9-1 GCSE Specification A. It includes 24 lessons made up of 70 resources. Each Key Idea includes lessons, resources, a checklist of lessons to be stuck in books and a key terms sheet (one to be set as homework and one completed).
dunnsean
Weather Patterns and Process (Eduqas WJEC 9-1)

Weather Patterns and Process (Eduqas WJEC 9-1)

This is a SoW fully resourced for Key Idea 5.2 of the new Eduqas WJEC 9-1 GCSE A specification. These lessons are from Component 2 for Core Theme 5 (Weather, Climate and Ecosystems). The entire SoW for Core Theme 5 can be found in a bundle. This SoW includes a checklist of lessons, key terms homework, completed key terms and 8 lessons on: 4. Weather and Climate 5. Low Pressure Systems 6. Typhoon Haiyan 7. High Pressure Systems 8. California Drought 9. UK Weather and Climate 10. Changing Weather in the UK 11. Urban Microclimates All feedback welcome! Enjoy!!
dunnsean
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
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