Marking time-buster. 50 ideas

Marking time-buster. 50 ideas

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End of Unit AfL task for Global Warming and Climate Change

End of Unit AfL task for Global Warming and Climate Change

An open-ended assessment task for pupils who have recently studied global warming. The task focuses on the effects and consequences of global warming rather than the causes, but also includes an extension activity requiring pupils to consider how the process of global warming may be stopped or slowed down. Suitable for KS3 and KS4 geography The resource is provided with two levels of differentiated support and also includes teacher's notes.
rowenamdialino
30 Weather Pictures Presentation + 31 Fun Teaching Activities For These Cards

30 Weather Pictures Presentation + 31 Fun Teaching Activities For These Cards

Are you teaching your students about different types of weather? These 30 different photos about the weather will make an excellent starting point for anyone looking for ideas about how to introduce their class to different types of weather. This pack contains a 31 Teaching Activity Teacher Guide using these photo flash cards. These activities are quick and fun to do and will improve both your students' memory and vocabulary skills. You could look at it directly as a presentation and discuss the different weather been shown in each of photos. You could print off and laminate the photos to make an interesting, eye-catching display about different weather. The students could also take the laminated photos and sort them into different sorts of weather. The students can then discuss how they decided on each type of weather. The photos could also be used as prompts for creative writing.
peterfogarty
Teachers TV: The Great Storm

Teachers TV: The Great Storm

An investigation into the great storm of 1987 for KS3 geography How does a weather depression form and develop? The Great Storm of 1987 started out as a low-pressure system that formed over the Atlantic and matured on its journey towards the UK. It had the characteristics of a typical depression, with a warm and cold front, but due to its exceptional size and strength - and speed - it caused unprecedented and unexpected damage across the south of England. The film charts the different stages of the storm’s journey from sea to land, drawing on the expertise of Professor Paul Hardaker of the Royal Meteorological Society, personal testimony from people who remember its impact, and archive footage from the BBC.
Teachers TV
Teachers TV: The Weather - Hurricane Katrina

Teachers TV: The Weather - Hurricane Katrina

Students run the command centre, reacting to each new weather data announcement and making decisions for the city. They are provided with detailed maps of New Orleans, coastal flood charts, photographs and a streaming weather information service for the class to assess and react to in the different roles they’ve been given. Some are information officers, other are crisis managers and they are responsible for informing and updating the US President’s office as the crisis unfolds. The actions each group takes as new information arrives are marked as they are asked to find out what changes in weather conditions will mean for the people in New Orleans caught up in Hurricane Katrina. Teacher Emma gives an informative breakdown of the philosophy, aims and value for pupils of the exercise. Her lesson plan accompanies the video.
Teachers TV
Connecting the Dots - Hurricanes

Connecting the Dots - Hurricanes

Dr. Amanda Staudt looks at the latest scientific research on hurricanes. Author: National Wildlife Federation Copyright: National Wildlife Federation
GreenTV