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Measuring hurricanes

Measuring hurricanes

A range of activities with the aim of teaching students about the Saffir-Simpson hurricane wind scale. Visually attractive, differentiated and fully resourced for a range of abilities. Whole lesson: snappy starter, varied activities, key points, class discussion, assessment opportunities, a homework task and lesson evaluation. All resources included, along with lesson plan and teacher notes. This lesson has planned activities which show the teacher and the students their progress throughout.
AcornTeachingResources
Hurricanes - EAL lesson sheets & homework.

Hurricanes - EAL lesson sheets & homework.

First slide designed as an 'all in one' lesson sheet to let students of varying ability work at their own pace. Ideal for classes with challenging/varied support needs. Includes several simple/EAL activities, e.g. cloze, match up and diagram labels all on one sheet. Glossary words and connectives support for differentiation. Homework activity, stretch activity and reward activity all included on second and third slides.
WolseyAcademy
9. Reducing The Effects Of Tropical Storms

9. Reducing The Effects Of Tropical Storms

AQA GCSE Geography (2016) Unit 1- Living With The Physical Environment Section A- The Challenge Of Natural Hazards (Weather Hazards) 9. Reducing The Effects Of Tropical Storms
jrlinton
COASTAL LANDSCAPES: Climatic change + potential impact on coasts

COASTAL LANDSCAPES: Climatic change + potential impact on coasts

This lesson is designed to meet requirements of the AQA A-Level specification for the 'Coastal Systems and Landscapes' topic. As per my usual format this lesson consists of; - Starter activity to get them thinking about prior knowledge and using this to link to this lessons learning. - Learning objectives and success criteria that are clearly linked to the specification. - Links to the documentary resource 'An Inconvenient Truth' with supporting prompts and timings for the most pertinent parts. - A variety of slides with new information and activities, with supporting video hyperlinks, that link to changing sea levels and climate change. Supporting reading material is also provided, but not included in the price as these are free resources available on the internet. - Plenary task - to consolidate learning from the lesson. - Further reading with hyperlinked websites. - Application question - for students to test and apply knowledge from this lessons learning.
clmcdonnell
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 - 5. Monitoring, predicting + Preparing for hurricanes

WEATHER HAZARDS - 5. Monitoring, predicting + Preparing for hurricanes

This lesson has been designed to address 'Weather Hazards', as per the AQA GCSE Geography specification. This lesson covers the monitoring, prediction and preparations people can make in order to reduce the risks of hurricanes. - Starter task - recap and reflection on hurricanes, with supporting hyperlinked video clip. - Clear learning objectives and success criteria linked to AQA specification. - New information with a supporting hyperlinked video clip, task and then a variety of differentiated activities for students to choose from for the main learning task. This PPT and package also includes supporting hand-out material, however, these are free resources available on the Internet and therefore are not included in the price of the main teaching resource, but included for your ease of use. - Plenary - consolidation and review of learning task. - Further reading - with a variety of appropriate hyperlinked websites.
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
Tropical Cyclones - A level - Formation, Source and track, Hazards

Tropical Cyclones - A level - Formation, Source and track, Hazards

Tropical Cyclones - A level - Formation, Source and track, Hazards. A presentation for IA2 Edexcel A level for compulsory unit: Atmosphere and Weather Systems. This presentation covers tropical cyclones as a major short-term weather hazard, Source and track, cross-section of a tropical cyclone, formation and associated hazards. There are a couple of past paper questions taken from other examining boards to cover student breadth of knowledge and links to many external YouTube videos to help get a good background in tropical cyclone formation. Specifically designed for International A Level students (Edexcel) but suitable for all other boards too. (This presentation may take over 2 full lessons to complete as there are over 40 slides and the above-mentioned video links)
GeorgeD4711