Rainforest words and pictures for class display

Rainforest words and pictures for class display

These high quality images offer a great way to illustrate rainforests in the classroom. Well designed, and complete with commonly used rainforest vocabulary, they help to enhance any classroom quickly and easily. There are 11 weather images and 20 weather words for you to print off. These images can be printed in A4 size or A3 size with no loss of quality and if you laminate them, they make a great learning tool which you can use again and again.
idj
The Weirdo Novel Study

The Weirdo Novel Study

This 56-page resource is designed to be used during Reading Workshop and is to be used with The Weirdo by Theodore Taylor. The pack has been designed in alignment with Common Core State Standards for Grade 7 Reading. About the Novel: Chip Clewt, known simply as the weirdo, lives like a hermit in the Powhatan Swamp, a National Wildlife Refuge that is at the center of a heated controversy between local hunters and environmentalists. A hunting ban on the Powhatan is about to expire. The environmentalists want to protect the wildlife; the hunters are oiling their guns. Then someone completely unexpected comes forward to spearhead the conservation effort - the weirdo. About the Resource: The pack has been designed to cover five weeks, with assigned pages for reading, comprehension tasks and language analysis. **A digital copy of the file is also available on Google Slides for students to complete online instead of printing.
erinbrasington
Sustainable Tourism & Ecolodges

Sustainable Tourism & Ecolodges

This lesson introduces the concept of ‘sustainable toursim’ and then students are given a task of designing an eco-lodge according to the principles of sustainability. there is a peer assessment grid to judge the sustainability of pupil designs. This lesson was made for the Unit 1 examinatioin for Btec Travel and Tourism, but equally as good for Ks3 Geography.
victoriabennett
Rainforest Protection and Use Decision Making Task

Rainforest Protection and Use Decision Making Task

Ideal for KS3 or KS4. The worksheet deals with land use in the Indonesian rainforest and asks pupils to read about the standpoints of different groups including miners, farmers, local council members and others and make a decision on how to use the rainforest most effectively. This culminates in pupils using a map of Borneo (given on the worksheet) to zone different land uses in the most appropriate places and explain why they chose each area. The sheet can work as an activity on its own or could be used to scaffold a debate task. Resource created for the Environmental Management part of Geography IGCSE Theme 3 but could be used at various levels as the language in the task is not too challenging.
morgancc
Geography KS3/4 Extension Task Bundle

Geography KS3/4 Extension Task Bundle

10 Tasks which should take around 10-15 lessons to complete. A selection of Geography Extension tasks covering topics such as Industry, Volcanoes, Energy use, Water Use, Tourism, Development indicators, Farming and Environmental Management. Most of the resources are targeted at Theme 3 of the IGCSE international syllabus but could be used for KS3 or KS4 as well as National 4/5.
morgancc
WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 18- TEST with DETAILED MARKSHEME AND FEEDBACK SHEET!

WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 18- TEST with DETAILED MARKSHEME AND FEEDBACK SHEET!

This is the assessment for theme 5. It contains a range of different exam questions from different exam boards which focus on different style of questions. The marksheme is very detailed and gives everything that is needed to mark the paper. It contains a feedback sheet which helps you as teachers to give concise and detailed/ targeted feedback. Any feedback on this lesson would be a great help for future lessons uploaded onto here. JPMathsandGeography
Pedley123
WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 17- Sustainable Management of Savannah and Assessed H/W

WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 17- Sustainable Management of Savannah and Assessed H/W

This lesson is the 17th lesson in the fifth theme of the new WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 specification for geography. This lesson looks at how the savannah can be managed sustainably. The 10 minutes on sheet helps students engage and recap on previous lessons work on the savannah- the sheet idea came from Jen Monk. Most of the activities are on the powerpoint. As this is the last teaching lesson, pupils will as homework have to complete the assessed homework, which helps them to focus their revision on areas of weakness after it is marked. The markscheme is detailed which will help you as teachers to be able to mark the assessed homework with ease. The other homework is to research a small scale ecosystem of sand dunes (this can obviously be changed). Any feedback on this lesson would be a great help for future lessons uploaded onto here. JPMathsandGeography
Pedley123
WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 16- Rainforest Sustainable Management

WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 16- Rainforest Sustainable Management

This lesson is the 16th lesson in the fifth theme of the new WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 specification for geography. This lesson looks at different strategies that can be used to sustainably manage the rainforest. The 10 minutes on sheet is the starter to get pupils thinking about what they have learnt already about rainforests by recapping over previous lessons worth of work. The idea for the sheet came from the marvelous Jen Monk (@Jennnnnn_x). The keep it, bin it, build it sheet came from the brilliant Paul (@ploguey). The lesson contains exam practise with the marking sheet so you can easily mark students work and students can get use to a consistent and easy marking sheet. Any feedback on this lesson would be a great help for future lessons uploaded onto here. JPMathsandGeography
Pedley123
WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 14- Human Activity on the Rainforest

WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 14- Human Activity on the Rainforest

This lesson is the 14th lesson in the fifth theme of the new WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 specification for geography. This lesson looks at how humans are impacting the tropical rainforest. Pupils learn this through an example of the Amazon Rainforest and pupils look at the positives and negatives of human activity. Any feedback on this lesson would be a great help for future lessons uploaded onto here. JPMathsandGeography
Pedley123
WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 13- Wind Power!

WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 13- Wind Power!

This lesson is the 13th lesson in the fifth theme of the new WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 specification for geography. This lesson looks at Gwynt y Môr offshore wind far. Pupils research into the wind far and answer the summarising knowledge questions which helps them to do exam practise. The basic information is also on the powerpoint. Any feedback on this lesson would be a great help for future lessons uploaded onto here. JPMathsandGeography
Pedley123
WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 11 and 12- The Savannah Grasslands

WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 11 and 12- The Savannah Grasslands

These are the 11th and 12th lessons in the fifth theme of the new WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 specification for geography. Lesson 11 looks at the Savannah Grassland characteristics- climate, vegetation and why they are found where they are found. (This lesson is similar to lesson 9) Lesson 12 looks at the different processes that operate in the Savannah. The worksheet for lesson 12 helps pupils to summarise what they have covered over the 2 lessons. Any feedback on this lesson would be a great help for future lessons uploaded onto here. JPMathsandGeography
Pedley123
WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 9 and 10- The Tropical Rainforest Characteristics and

WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 9 and 10- The Tropical Rainforest Characteristics and

These are the 9th and 10th lesson in the fifth theme of the new WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 specification for geography. The 9th lesson looks at the characteristics of the tropical rainforest. Students look at the climate and vegetation of the rainforest. They practise their exam skills at being able to describe distribution and plotting a climate graph by using a given set of data. All the activities/ tasks are on the powerpoint. The 10th lesson looks at the processes that occur within the tropical rainforest. Students summarise their understanding by completing the worksheet attached. Those that completed the extension question, then the markscheme for it is also attached. Any feedback on this lesson would be a great help for future lessons uploaded onto here. JPMathsandGeography
Pedley123
WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 8- Ecosystems

WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 8- Ecosystems

This lesson is the 8th lesson in the fifth theme of the new WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 specification for geography. This lesson looks at ecosystems and the different factors that work together to form them. The lesson contains an exam question and a worksheet that helps pupils to summarise what they have learnt in this lesson. The keep it, build it and bin it feedback sheet is from the amazing Paul (@ploguey) Any feedback on this lesson would be a great help for future lessons uploaded onto here. JPMathsandGeography
Pedley123
The Plastic Problem

The Plastic Problem

Series of lessons looking at ‘The Plastic Problem’. Lesson 1- looking at what plastic is, the different types of plastic and how to identify plastic objects. Lesson 2- looking at what the issues with using plastics are, plastic in the ocean and how long items take to decompose. Lesson 3- graph drawing lesson with different sets of data (differentiated by level). Lesson 4- looking at the solutions for the plastic problem (the four R’s).
fosterpaul
Rainforests (Kho Yai National Park in Thailand)

Rainforests (Kho Yai National Park in Thailand)

A 6 lesson scheme of work planned for Year 7 students using photographs from my own trip to the rainforest in Thailand as a more unusual case study. The scheme of work covers location, climate and adaptations of plants and animals to the rainforest. Lesson 4 was my particular favourite as we cleared all the chairs and tables to the sides of the classroom and (using the photographs in the presentation as inspiration) took a virtual field trip to the rainforest together. Lesson 5 and 6 are based on the Making Animals activity from the original Thinking Through Geography book by David Leat. A copy of this would be useful for these two lessons. You will also find a copy of the Geog.2 textbook useful.
JillOwens
Lesson 6 - Plastic Impacts (Lesson 6 of 8)

Lesson 6 - Plastic Impacts (Lesson 6 of 8)

Lesson 6 - Plastic Impacts (Used with 11-14 students) The sixth lesson in my conservation scheme of learning. This lesson focuses on the impact of plastic on our oceans. Lesson is fully resourced with a powerpoint and worksheet. The following lessons look at extinction, mapping biodiversity, threats and a range of animal case studies e.g. bush meat. My lessons use high quality images so apologies if the files are large. Some of the activities are adapted from various sources including TES.
pwack
Lesson 5 - Bush Meat (Lesson 5 of 8)

Lesson 5 - Bush Meat (Lesson 5 of 8)

Lesson 5 - Bush Meat (Used with 11-14 students) The fifth lesson in my conservation scheme of learning. This lesson focuses on the ‘bushmeat crisis’ with a particular focus on Gorillas. Lesson is fully resourced with a powerpoint and worksheet. The following lessons look at extinction, mapping biodiversity, threats and a range of animal case studies e.g. bush meat. My lessons use high quality images so apologies if the files are large. Some of the activities are adapted from various sources including TES.
pwack
Lesson 4 - Threats to Biodiversity (Lesson 4 of 8)

Lesson 4 - Threats to Biodiversity (Lesson 4 of 8)

Lesson 4 - Threats to Biodiversity (Used with 11-14 students) The fourth lesson in my conservation scheme of learning. This lesson focuses on the threats to biodiversity and includes a ranking activity. Lesson is fully resourced with a powerpoint and worksheet. The following lessons look at extinction, mapping biodiversity, threats and a range of animal case studies e.g. bush meat. My lessons use high quality images so apologies if the files are large. Some of the activities are adapted from various sources including TES.
pwack
Lesson 3 - Exploring the world's biodiversity (Lesson 3 of 8)

Lesson 3 - Exploring the world's biodiversity (Lesson 3 of 8)

Lesson 3 - Exploring the world’s biodiversity (Used with 11-14 students) The third lesson in my conservation scheme of learning. Students map out the location of a range of endangered species. Resources adapted from ARKive. Lesson is fully resourced with a powerpoint and worksheet. The following lessons look at extinction, mapping biodiversity, threats and a range of animal case studies e.g. bush meat. My lessons use high quality images so apologies if the files are large. Some of the activities are adapted from various sources including TES.
pwack
Lesson 2 - Species Extinction (Lesson 2 of 8)

Lesson 2 - Species Extinction (Lesson 2 of 8)

Lesson 2 - Species Extinction (Used with 11-14 students) The second lesson in my Conservation scheme of learning. This looks at the extinction of the Dodo. Lesson is fully resourced with a powerpoint and worksheet. The following lessons look at extinction, mapping biodiversity, threats and a range of animal case studies e.g. bush meat. My lessons use high quality images so apologies if the files are large. Some of the activities are adapted from various sources including TES.
pwack
Tropical rainforest Management in the Amazon

Tropical rainforest Management in the Amazon

This is a great visual revision resource for GCSE AQA Spec, covering the basics on causes, effects and sustainable management strategies for the Amazon Rainforest case study. I initially gave students blank copies of a tree and asked them to fill in their own knowlege, then gave my filled out version to lower ability students. They then used this infomation to help answer a range of past paper questions on the case study. There are 2 exam questions below the work sheet to test their understanding.
victoriabennett
Carbon Foot  Print

Carbon Foot Print

This resource explains the meaning of carbon Foot Print. The resource disscuses the rate at which different countries involve in the production of carbon and its ecological impact. It traces carbon foot print to pollution and explains its implications. Contains photographs and illustrations.Made for Geography students.
geo_pal2000
Mining- West Virginia GCSE ENERGY CASE STUDY- AFL and fully scaffolded 6 marker exam Q included!

Mining- West Virginia GCSE ENERGY CASE STUDY- AFL and fully scaffolded 6 marker exam Q included!

Title- How does energy consumption affect the landscape? I had already completed the BP oil spill and traditional coal extraction when we completed this lesson. It begins with a GP activity to improve a previous exam Q and builds the Virginia case study through a short clip that I show twice and ends with a contrasting 6 marker. AFL and discussion opportunities throughout. Differentiated and SEN friendly. Thanks, please review if you download :)
sheppard2011
The circular economy and modern agriculture

The circular economy and modern agriculture

This lesson is part of a series that introduces students to a different way of thinking about how we could use resources more effectively. The series builds up exactly how a circular economy approach is different from the status quo, and looks at the associated economic, environmental and social advantages. Subject: Economics, Geography, Environmental Systems, Biology, Chemistry Age range: 12-19 years Total time: 45-70 minutes Learning Outcomes: • To understand the challenges around conventional monocultures and soil quality • To explore the importance of seeing the whole system when designing solutions • To critically evaluate the challenges in modern agriculture and securing food supply for the future.
EllenMacArthurFoundation
Exploring the circular economy

Exploring the circular economy

This lesson is part of a series that introduces students to a different way of thinking about how we could use resources more effectively. The series builds up exactly how a circular economy approach is different from the status quo, and looks at the associated economic, environmental and social advantages. Subject: Economics, Geography, Environmental Systems, Biology, Sociology, Business, Citizenship, Design Technology Age range: 12-19 Total time: 60 minutes Learning outcomes: • to compare living systems with man-made systems • to critique our materials economy • to begin to investigate an alternative model: the circular economy
EllenMacArthurFoundation
Assembly - Plastic in the ocean

Assembly - Plastic in the ocean

This PowerPoint is a visual aid to use during an assembly on ‘Plastic in the Ocean’. It follows the following pattern: Introduce the topic Give reasons why it is a problem Give solutions to the problem Quick 2 minute video about a charity removing plastic from the ocean Reflection Prayer (optional) This PowerPoint can be adapted to be used as a starter to a lesson and then the pupils have to design a t-shirt (template provided) that helps persuade people to use less plastic or protect the ocean. No prep required (except for photocopying worksheet if using the worksheet).
idj
AQA 9-1 GEOGRAPHY REVISION BUNDLE NO. 2

AQA 9-1 GEOGRAPHY REVISION BUNDLE NO. 2

A variety of revision games for your students to use during lessons or at home including; beat the clock, ‘revision pong’, rapidough, pictionary and snooker. Topics include living world, natural hazards, coasts, rivers, fieldwork, urban issues, economic development and resources including water.
MrsGeography16
AQA 9-1 Geography: Revision pong

AQA 9-1 Geography: Revision pong

For full description check out my blog - https://mrsgeographyblog.wordpress.com/ A set of ‘beer pong’ style cards and forfeits to revise 9-1 GCSE Geography. Students must answer the question correctly or complete a forfeit. Topics include living world, natural hazards, coasts, rivers, urban issues, economic development and resources including water.
MrsGeography16
CHINA- Creative and independent activities- SEN/ G+TFRIENDLY

CHINA- Creative and independent activities- SEN/ G+TFRIENDLY

Collection of lessons and worksheets that I created for a particularly challenging year 7, with a wide academic gap and poor literacy skills. The students really enjoyed learning about China and it’s particularly good to run the SoW over the Chinese New Year. Green Pen and reflective tasks to help the students progress alongside engaging topics and lot of high level vocab. All tasks scaffolded and ppts have teacher instructions and samples. Extension tasks with every lesson. Please review if you download! Thanks :)
sheppard2011
Chinese Panda Conservation- Geography Literacy based activity- fully SCAFFOLDED.

Chinese Panda Conservation- Geography Literacy based activity- fully SCAFFOLDED.

An independent entire lesson that I set as cover work. The students engage well with this activity and enjoy learning about the Panda’s and the vocabulary which is varied to challenge G+T students. There are 3 separate tasks, which have potential to be peer assessed and shared, the last task is arguing against a quote and with sentence starters success criteria. Please review if downloaded! Thanks!
sheppard2011
SEN friendly carousel featuring 4 different habitats of  CHINA. Fully DIFFERENTIATED.

SEN friendly carousel featuring 4 different habitats of CHINA. Fully DIFFERENTIATED.

Students consistently enjoy this lesson and enjoy learning about the unique animals and plants of each region. Depending on the class, this carousel could last 1-2 lessons and involves each student travelling to different habitats and completing a range of diverse and engaging tasks indepedently. You will need to set up the classroom into 4 large tables which can seat 1/4 of the class. I usually blue tack the sheets to the desks and surrounding walls and double print so that everyone can choose which tasks they’d like to complete at each station. Lots of potential for PA of answers and I usually put this work on display and talk through the IUCN red list/show them videos of the animals in China.
sheppard2011
The circular economy and modern agriculture

The circular economy and modern agriculture

This lesson is part of a series that introduces students to a different way of thinking about how we could use resources more effectively. The series builds up exactly how a circular economy approach is different from the status quo, and looks at the associated economic, environmental and social advantages. Learning outcomes: • To understand the challenges around conventional monocultures and soil quality • To explore the importance of seeing the whole system when designing solutions • To critically evaluate the challenges in modern agriculture and securing food supply for the future ** Subjects (ideal for but not limited to):** Economics, Geography, Environmental Systems, Business, Biology, Chemistry, Design and Technology Age range: 12+ Time: 45-70 mins
EllenMacArthurFoundation
World Environment Day 2018 Resource Bundle

World Environment Day 2018 Resource Bundle

This bundle contains resources for World Environment Day which takes place on 5th June each year. The contents include an informative and fully editable 64-slide lesson / assembly presentation an accompanying set of 6follow up tasks / activities an awe-inspiring 100-slide slideshow presentation set to music 6 differentiated word searches and anagrams Click on the individual links for further details.
Krazikas
AQA Geography Paper 1 Revision Grids

AQA Geography Paper 1 Revision Grids

This bundle includes revision grids for each of the following topics as part of AQA’s Paper 1 Geopgraphy GCSE: Plate Tectonics, Climate Change, Weather Hazards, Tropical Rainforests & Ecosystems, Cold Environmnets, Coasts, Rivers. Each grid has a range of questions that include different skill sets as part of bloom’s taxonomy and a good range of command words. Each grid has a range of questions that range from being worth 1 point to 4 points. Ideal revision tool for yr 11s in preparation for their exam or as an end of topic revision tool to assess student’s understanding and progress.
DanGooding
AQA Geography Tropical Rainforests & Ecosystems Revision Grid

AQA Geography Tropical Rainforests & Ecosystems Revision Grid

Revision grid on Tropical Rainforests & Ecossytems for the AQA Geography GCSE spec. This resource includes a range of questions that correspond to bloom’s taxonomy covering a range of skill sets and a good mix of command words. Can be used as a stand alone revision tool for yr 11s in preparation for their exams, or can be used a revision tool at the end of topic as part of a revision lesson; to enable you to assess student’s progress, understabnding and if, where and whether any misconceptions still exist.
DanGooding
Exploring the circular economy

Exploring the circular economy

This lesson is part of a series that introduces students to a different way of thinking about how we could use resources more effectively. The series builds up exactly how a circular economy approach is different from the status quo, and looks at the associated economic, environmental and social advantages. Learning outcomes: to compare living systems with man-made systems • to critique our materials economy • to begin to investigate an alternative model: the circular economy ** Subjects (ideal for but not limited to):** Economics, Geography, Environmental Systems, Sociology, Business, Citizenship, Design and Technology Age range: 12+ Time: 60 mins
EllenMacArthurFoundation