Water in the World - set of 9 lessons

Water in the World - set of 9 lessons

A set of 9 fully differentiated lessons covering the topic of Water: L1: Intro - The Blue Planet L2/3: The Hydrological Cycle - creating a foldable (ALSO AVAILABLE TO BUY SEPARATELY) L4: Climate Change & Water Supplies L5: Living with Chronic Water Shortages - The Sahel L6: Threats to Water Quality L7: Disruption of Water Services (human interference) - THE WATER GAME! (ALSO AVAILABLE TO BUY SEPARATELY) L8: Large-Scale Solutions to the Water Crisis - the Three Gorges Dam and Hoover Dam L9: Small-Scale Management Strategies - pumpkin tanks A variety of activities have been included within these lessons to maximise engagement and cater for differing learning styles. Examples of activities include - card sorts, jigsaw teaching, creating a foldable and THE WATER GAME! Every lesson has been fully differentiated - usually to at least 3 levels and all resources have been included. Used with a mixed-ability Year 9 class, but can easily be adapted to fit other ages and abilities. Please rate my resources! Thank you and I hope your students enjoy these lessons as much as mine did :)
emmarh0810
KS3 Climate Zones / Biomes

KS3 Climate Zones / Biomes

Year 7 / KS3 lesson on climate zones. Basic introduction to biomes and the climate. Pupils build on knowledge of what effects the climate and use information packs to pick out information on what each area is like. Included: Presentation Detailed lesson plan Plenary tweets Info packs Detailed worksheet with mapwork
swedishdave
Climate Change and Disease

Climate Change and Disease

Mystery-style lesson on the links between climate change and the increased risk of malaria in the UK. Pupils have to work in groups to sort through a variety of evidence (provided on clues and worldmapper sheets) to come up with theories about what killed 'Big Kev'. Some higher level thinker skills are definitely required for what has been a very enjoyable KS3 lesson the past few years.
josephg89
Amazing Places - SOW - All Resources

Amazing Places - SOW - All Resources

9 lessons and one assessment lesson (could then also do a FIT to make it 11 lessons in total) All lessons focus on an 'Amazing Place' but have an undertone of either hazards (first 2 lessons) or tourism and conservation (last 6 lessons). They all aim in inspire and help pupils to wonder about the world around them using tourist attractions. The lessons have a map in so pupils familise themselves with maps and the first lesson focuses on atlas work. I have attached my original plan which sounds you the order of the lessons. There is also an oppertunity to expand the scheme of work into other tourist destinations such as the great wall of China. Shown on the unit of work. If you live close by to Stonehenge it could also be a great opportunity for a field visit, the Stonehenge website also has a virtual tour. Any questions please message me. 1. Introduction 2. Yellow Stone 3. Himalayas 4. Stonehenge 5. Pyramids of Giza 6. Parthenon - Greece 7. Petra - Jordan 8. Easter Island - Mystery Lesson 9. Machu Picchu 10. Stonehenge Assessment
mayisle
World Climate Patterns KS1 Lesson Plan, Maps, Model and Worksheet

World Climate Patterns KS1 Lesson Plan, Maps, Model and Worksheet

World climate patterns lesson plan, maps, model and worksheet: - world climate patterns lesson plan. - world climate patterns maps, model and worksheet. There is a PDF of all of the files and an editable version of each file (you just need to delete the watermark logo from each of the editable files). You can find more KS1 Geography lesson plans, worksheets and teaching resources on the Save Teachers' Sundays website.
SaveTeachersSundays
Weather around the World Assembly or Class Play

Weather around the World Assembly or Class Play

Weather around the World Assembly or Class Play This script is suitable for any year group in Key Stage II i.e. years 3, 4, 5 and 6. The text and concepts are generally simple with examples of Polar, Tropical and Temperate climate zones. Duration Around 15 minutes not including any of the music suggestions. Cast of 30 – easily adapted up or down This class play 'defines' weather (and climate) and gives some examples from around the world (the focus being on the United Kingdom); plus an attempt at explaining why we are all so obsessed with the subject - could it have anything to do with our expectations of English 'summers'?! Latest addition to Sue Russell’s Geography scripts: A Class Play On Natural Disasters – available here and on www.plays-r-ussell.com (complete collection) Music 1 Weather with You – Crowded House (Class files in, taking seats along two rows of 15 seats, facing the audience) (Narrator stands, takes jacket off and steps forward to address audience) Narrator: Good morning and welcome to our assembly on Music 2 Sound of Thunder, Lightning and Rain – musical instruments (Narrator holds his hands over his head to ward off deluge of rain; then rushes back to his chair and grabs an umbrella, scowling heavily) (Enter ‘Gene Kelly’, singing and dancing) Music 3 Singin in the Rain – Gene Kelly (Narrator holds up hand for music to stop) Narrator: Hey! Wait a minute! What are you looking so cheerful about? Can’t you see it’s raining? Gene Kelly: Well, that’s no reason to be miserable. What did you expect? We are in England, you know? (Exit Gene Kelly) Narrator: (Irritably) Yes, and it also happens to be summer! (Enter Weather forecaster, looking around) Weather Forecaster: Er, um. You wouldn’t happen to be doing a school assembly on The Weather, would you? Narrator: (Angrily) I most certainly would! Oh, don’t tell me you’re the weather man we were expecting? Weather Forecaster: Weather Forecaster, that’s correct. I’m most dreadfully sorry I’m late. I see you’ve started without me! Narrator: As has the weather! I thought you said it was going to be sunny today? Weather Forecaster: Ah! Well that does depend what part of the country you are in; and of course what time of the day it is. Things change all the time in the world of weather! Narrator: Including your predictions! Weather Forecaster: Well, it is very difficult to get it right all the time! Narrator: (Testily) You can say that again! I mean, what am I supposed to wear? Weather Forecaster: Well. For this time of year, I’d suggest light clothing, plus a woolly jumper, plus a raincoat!
suesplays
Water Shortages in the Sahel

Water Shortages in the Sahel

PLEASE NOTE: THIS LESSON IS ALSO AVAILABLE TO BUY AS A BUNDLE WITH 8 OTHER LESSONS ON WATER IN THE WORLD. Full lesson covering the issue of water shortages, by focusing specifically on the Sahel region. This lesson includes a range of activities for different learning styles, including back-to-back photo analysis, video clips and rearranging sentences to form an exam answer. All resources are fully differentiated. Used for mixed-ability Year 9. Please rate my resources! Thank you :)
emmarh0810
Weather clip art

Weather clip art

This pack contains fifteen weather related clip art images designed by myself. You may use these images within you own educational products for commercial use but they are not to be resold as clip art. I would appreciate an acknowledgement in your credits by including my logo. The pack contains the following clip art: White cloud White clouds Grey cloud Grey clouds Sunny Sunny spells with a white cloud Sunny spells with a grey cloud Rain and cloud Snow and cloud Hail and cloud Windy Foggy Stormy Tornado Snowman
janedonlan1