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THE INCA RUINS OF MACHU PICCHU IN THE HIGH ANDES OF PERU -PRE-COLUMBIAN HISTORY

THE INCA RUINS OF MACHU PICCHU IN THE HIGH ANDES OF PERU -PRE-COLUMBIAN HISTORY

The history of pre-Columbian Empires forms part of the Year 8 History curriculum. (Australia) This unit also fits Destination and Location studies (UK Curriculum). It concentrates on the ruins of Machu Picchu and has a place if you are looking for World Heritage Sites or finding the 8 Wonders of the modern World. A great asset when studying history is to provide material that will provoke student interest. This unit will interest and challenge students by providing material that lay the foundation for the study of pre-Columbian History of Indian Empires in South and Central America. (Maya, Aztec and Inca) As the best known ruins of the Inca Empire Machu Picchu is a very photographic starting place. However - catch the train from Cusco. Take the journey into the thin air environment. Look over the settlement and with the aid of overlay titles recognise the archaeological significance of this ridge settlement. Ponder questions about its origin. Join the debate about its abandonment and then lead out into broader questions about pre-Colombian history via map and background questions provided as attachments in both colour and black and white. Machu Picchu is a very special place- challenging to reach but impossible to forget. Hopefully your students will understand that and be enthused to delve more into the history of the Central and South American Indian Empires.

By KPolkinghorne

Geography of Africa

Geography of Africa

This is a really interesting lesson that introduces the geography of Africa and can be used in a variety of different ways. This can be used as a stand alone lesson, as part of a SoW on Africa/inequality/development or as part of project on Africa. This lesson introduces the physical landscape of Africa and encourages the pupils to learn the key features of the great continent. A clever and important lesson.

By laumorrow

HOW WILL LIFE IN 2050 BE LIKE

HOW WILL LIFE IN 2050 BE LIKE

LIFE IN THE FUTURE. FUTURE TECHNOLOGY, INNOVATIO NS - HOW WILL LIFE IN 2050 BE LIKE?Reading/Comprehens ion- First sts answer some questions and then find equivalents. Speaking- Personal Response/Pair-Class discussion.Paragraph Writing.

By Olynj

Eduqas (WJEC) Geography GCSE Theme 2 Urban and Rural links - All lessons, activities , homeworks and exam technique

Eduqas (WJEC) Geography GCSE Theme 2 Urban and Rural links - All lessons, activities , homeworks and exam technique

This bundle contains all of the lesson power points, activities, homework's, exam practice and all you need to do it print and go! Lessons can all be purchased individually however he bundle is a bargain and all planning is done for a full unit of work! Each of these packs attached contain one or two lessons worth (there are 14 lessons in total but some of them are both lessons on one power point) and all of the resources that go with that lesson are attached to that download link so it makes it easier to prepare. This would cost £31.50 purchased as individual lessons!

By Jillylo12

Stage 5 Geography - Geographical Issues Scaffold

Stage 5 Geography - Geographical Issues Scaffold

This resource provides students with a scaffold to research and describe geographical issues. The editable word document and pdf versions require students to research and describe Coal Seam Gas as a Land and Water Management Issue but the scaffolding is suitable for any geographical issue that might be studied. Internet research is required to complete the task and background and additional information can be sourced from the Textbook Reference Geoactive 2 Pages 151 -152.

By kellyocs

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Geography - States, Capitals, and Landforms of the United States

Geography - States, Capitals, and Landforms of the United States

Let’s learn about the States, Capitals, and Landforms, of the United States! This worksheet provides all kinds of exercises, map quizzes and puzzles about the states, capitals, and landforms of the United States. Additional activities and mapping exercises on the major cities and landmarks are included. Extra map quizzes in various levels are included. The answers and answer sheets are provided. Overview: Page 1: Introduction Page 2/5: States & Capitals Exercises Page 6: States Map Quiz Page 7: Capitals Map Quiz Page 8: Word Search Page 9/10: Cut ‘n Paste Page 11/12: Landforms Exercises Page 13: Landforms Map Quiz Page 14: Attractions Page 15: Fun Facts Page 16/17: Attractions & Fun Facts Exercises Page 18: Overseas Territories Extra: Page 19/20: Major Cities Exercises Page 21: Major Cities Map Quiz You might also like these worksheets: South America North America Oceania & Australia The Middle East Keywords: geography, maps, map quiz, states, capitals, mountains, rivers, attractions, United States, territories, lakes, plains, islands, landforms

By willemmacau

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Geography - States, Capitals, and Landforms of the United States

Geography - States, Capitals, and Landforms of the United States

Let’s learn about the States, Capitals, and Landforms, of the United States! This worksheet provides all kinds of exercises, map quizzes and puzzles about the states, capitals, and landforms of the United States. Additional activities and mapping exercises on the major cities and landmarks are included. Extra map quizzes in various levels are included. The answers and answer sheets are provided. Overview: Page 1: Introduction Page 2/5: States & Capitals Exercises Page 6: States Map Quiz Page 7: Capitals Map Quiz Page 8: Word Search Page 9/10: Cut ‘n Paste Page 11/12: Landforms Exercises Page 13: Landforms Map Quiz Page 14: Attractions Page 15: Fun Facts Page 16/17: Attractions & Fun Facts Exercises Page 18: Overseas Territories Extra: Page 19/20: Major Cities Exercises Page 21: Major Cities Map Quiz You might also like these worksheets: South America North America Oceania & Australia The Middle East Keywords: geography, maps, map quiz, states, capitals, mountains, rivers, attractions, United States, territories, lakes, plains, islands, landforms

By willemmacau

Learning and Working on Topics related to Mountains

Learning and Working on Topics related to Mountains

This is a resource that contains over 10 geographical formations similar to mountains. Each formation is accompanied by a picture and a definition. The resource then provides many cross-curricular activities that can be tried with your classes. Ideal for Y5 and Y6 and the activities span literacy, fun, model-making, research, presentation skills and ICT.

By csoundar

Urban Renewal - Rural and Urban links (Eduqas and AQA)

Urban Renewal - Rural and Urban links (Eduqas and AQA)

Students consider the reasons for urban decline by analysing a variety of sources including text and images about Newcastle upon Tyne as a case study (all materials are contained so will work even if you are unfamiliar with location). Students then have to write a report and the Newspaper template is icluded as an overview. In addition students look at the process of renewal and include insight about sectoral shifts as heavy industry declined. This includes a research and sorting exercise that provides evidence for an examination question. There i also a homework sheet included that builds on retention exercise on the lesson and the task is explained on the prepared sheet. This lesson is part of a sequence of lessons on this unit, please see my shop for further lessons and materials.

By Jillylo12

Should we build on the green belt? Eduqas Theme 2 and AQA Urban environments

Should we build on the green belt? Eduqas Theme 2 and AQA Urban environments

This lesson considers many of the key terms and skills associated with this key question in the syllabus. Students have the opportunity to locate and annotate green belt areas, particularly those close to the CBD and consider the challenges of this. Students make links with previous learning regarding the housing crisis and consider a range of evidence using the A3 task sheet to decide if green belts should be used for housing developments. There is also a consolidation homework task to be completed. All resources are attached, the lesson and the task sheet. This lesson is part of a sequence of lessons that can be found in my shop on rural and urban areas.

By Jillylo12