Dovedale National Park SCHOOL TRIP

Dovedale National Park SCHOOL TRIP

Everything you need to plan and enjoy visiting Dovedale National Nature Reserve. Attachments: Prior to trip: Risk Assessment Letter to Parents During trip: Dovedale Activity Pack After trip: Dovedale ‘Recount’ activity Water-colour painting activity + Slide showing ‘real’ picture
Lresources4teachers
AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Cold Environments, Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Cold Environments, Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

hese activities reinforce understanding of the ‘Subject Specific Vocabulary’ required for the Cold Environments Section of the AQA Syllabus. Students match the definitions , complete a cloze activity and then produce a definitions table. An answer sheet is also included. No further preparation necessary. Editable and PDF versions of all sheets. Also included are complete A5 vocab sheets and a short slide answer ppt that can easily be added to existing presentations for easy self marking. Please leave a short review and in return claim another single resource for free.
tosh740
AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Hot Deserts , Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Hot Deserts , Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

These activities reinforce understanding of the ‘Subject Specific Vocabulary’ required for the Hot Deserts Section of the AQA Syllabus. Students match the definitions , complete a cloze activity and then produce a definitions table. An answer sheet is also included. No further preparation necessary. Editable and PDF versions of all sheets. Also included are complete A5 vocab sheets and a short slide answer ppt that can easily be added to existing presentations for easy self marking. Please leave a short review and in return claim another single resource for free.
tosh740
Glaciers Introduction

Glaciers Introduction

This is an A-level lesson on glaciers. It meets the new Edexcel and Aqa specifications. This is the first lesson of the unit. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; Definition of a glacier & glaciation, description of the different types of glaciers, distribution of glaciers today, distribution of glaciers in the last ice age, timeline of glacial and interglacial periods throughout history and glaciers (cryosphere) importance to other earth systems. Learning resources used in the lesson are; map task, peer work, graph analysis, creating a diagram and past paper questions. What do you get in the package: The lesson is planned in detail and all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. However, students should be encouraged to use their text book to broaden their understanding. Now just download and teach!
suddy23
AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Tropical Rainforests , Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Tropical Rainforests , Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

These activities reinforce understanding of the ‘Subject Specific Vocabulary’ required for the Tropical Rainforests Section of the AQA Syllabus. Students match the definitions , complete a cloze activity and then produce a definitions table. An answer sheet is also included. No further preparation necessary. Editable and PDF versions of all sheets. Also included are complete A5 vocab sheets and a short slide answer ppt that can easily be added to existing presentations for easy self marking. Please leave a short review and in return claim another single resource for free.
tosh740
AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Coastal Landforms ,  Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Coastal Landforms , Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

These activities reinforce understanding of the ‘Subject Specific Vocabulary’ required for the Coastal Processes Section of the AQA Syllabus. Students match the definitions , complete a cloze activity and then produce a definitions table. An answer sheet is also included. No further preparation necessary. Editable and PDF versions of all sheets. Also included are complete A5 vocab sheets and a short slide answer ppt that can easily be added to existing presentations for easy self marking. Please leave a short review and in return claim another single resource for free.
tosh740
AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Coastal Processes Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Coastal Processes Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

These activities reinforce understanding of the ‘Subject Specific Vocabulary’ required for the Coastal Processes Section of the AQA Syllabus. Students match the definitions , complete a cloze activity and then produce a definitions table. An answer sheet is also included. No further preparation necessary. Editable and PDF versions of all sheets. Also included are complete A5 vocab sheets and a short slide answer ppt that can easily be added to existing presentations for easy self marking. Please leave a short review and in return claim another single resource for free.
tosh740
Map skills lessons - complete set

Map skills lessons - complete set

There are seven (7) lessons in this bundle. It’s the complete set of map skill lessons that is usually taught to year 7s at the beginning of the school year. This bundle will cover your planning for entire first half-term. All the resources to deliver the lessons are included in the ppts. The ppts are very easy to follow and answers to practice tasks are included to make it easy for non-specialist who might be teaching this topic. The lessons are very practical so students will be doing most of the work while the teacher can provide one-one attention. The lessons included are: Qualities of a good map Map symbols Map scales Compass coordinates Grid reference Relief Contours A description of each lesson can be found on my page for each individual lesson.
suddy23
Grid reference

Grid reference

This is a KS3 lesson on 4 figure and 6 figure grid reference. Grid reference is a skill that students often forget so this lesson is ideal for a GCSE group and can be used specifically as a revision tool. The lesson can Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; Definition of the grid reference, how to use four figure grid reference, how to use six figure grid reference, practice tasks. Learning resources used in the lesson are; Quiz, grid reference practice tasks, map task and short summary writing tasks. Other facts; The answers for the practice activities are included on the ppt which makes it even easier for non specialists to deliver. What do you get in the package? The lesson is planned in detail all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. Now just download and teach!
suddy23
Location of China

Location of China

Location of China This lesson allows students to map the location of china and describe the locational of China geographically using key terms and compass directions. This lesson has knowledge checks with a self assessment opportunity as well as an assessment opportunity with success criteria and modeling. Learning objective/WALT (We are learning to): WALT: describe geographically The main lesson is on Smart Notebook and resources are in PPT format or word. Resources for the lesson saved in the attachment section (paper clip) on the SNB. Differntiated map of China.
carolinemcleggan5
Reflective editing global warming

Reflective editing global warming

Reflective editing global warming This lesson uses reflective editing as a literacy tool to improve students academic writing. Lots of modeling. My students really benefited from this lesson and their final piece was great. They even used the success criteria to peer mark. Learning objective/WALT (We are learning to): WALT: To use reflective editing to improve academic writing. The main lesson is on Smart Notebook and resources are in PPT format or word. Resources for the lesson saved in the attachment section (paper clip) on the SNB.
carolinemcleggan5
Map skills

Map skills

There are 4 lessons in this bundle. Qualities of a good map: This lesson covers what is a map, what should all good maps have, how to draw sketch maps and what are mental maps Map symbols: This lesson covers what are map symbols, how to use symbols to learn about a place, identifying different OS map symbols. Map sclaes: This lesson covers what are scales, how are scales used, types of map scales, scaling things up and scaling things down. Compass coordinates: This lesson covers 4, 8 and 16 point compass, how to use compass and what are hemispheres.
suddy23
Shape and height of land on maps

Shape and height of land on maps

There are two lessons in this bundle on relief. The 1st lesson introduces the three techniques used to show height and shape of landscapes on maps (spot heights, colour shading and contours). The 1st lesson focuses on spot heights and colour shading in detail with good practical activities that will engage students. The 2nd leson focuses entirely on contours and how they can be used to describe the height and shape of the land. Here they are also goo pratical engaging activities. Both lessons are planned in detail and all the learning/teaching resources are included in the ppt. Just download and teach!
suddy23
Contours

Contours

This is a KS3 / KS2 lesson on reading contours. It is a very good practical lesson that will get students really involved in map work. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; Definition of the term contours, how to use contour lines, practice giving height using contours, how do contours show steep and gentle slopes, creating your own map with contour lines. Learning resources used in the lesson are; quiz, contour map work using grid references, matching contour lines with shape of land task, drawing contour lines on a map. Other facts; The answers for the practice activities are included on the ppt which makes it even easier for non specialists to deliver. What do you get in the package? The lesson is planned in detail all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. Now just download and teach!
suddy23
Map scales

Map scales

This is a KS3 / KS2 lesson on using map scales. As with most map skills lesson this is a practical lesson which will engage students at any level. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; Explanation of what a scale does, common scales used on maps (ratio, word and line scales), how to use scales, how to scale objects up and down, practice tasks. Learning resources used in the lesson are; map task, scaling things up practice task sheet, scaling things down practice task sheet, peer learning. Other facts; The answers for the practice activities are included on the ppt which makes it even easier for non specialists to deliver. What do you get in the package: The lesson is planned in detail and all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. Now just download and teach!
suddy23
Investigating Rivers

Investigating Rivers

This set of resources is designed for teaching the KS2 Geography unit ‘Investigating Rivers’. The planning, presentations and activities are also available individually on the TES. If you like this resource, please review it. If you have any suggestions or feedback, contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk. I am also looking for teachers to test new resources. Get in touch if you would like to help!
eddiebray
Investigating Rivers - medium term plan & topic title page

Investigating Rivers - medium term plan & topic title page

This is the medium term plan for the KS2 Geography unit ‘Investigating Rivers’. A topic cover page is also included. The presentations and activities described in this unit plan are available on the TES, either as individual lessons or as a bundle. If you like this resource, please review it. If you have any suggestions or feedback, contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk. I am also looking for teachers to test new resources – please get in touch if you would like to help!
eddiebray
Rivers - Understanding the impact of floods and droughts

Rivers - Understanding the impact of floods and droughts

This resource is aimed at upper KS2 or lower KS3 and is part of a wider Rivers unit (see ‘Rivers - medium term plan’). First the presentation asks children to look at rainfall patterns in the UK. It then goes on to investigate how flooding can occur when too much rain falls in a short period of time. Different types of flooding (e.g. tidal flooding) are also covered. Then children explore the consequences of too little rain - i.e. drought - and the effects this can have. In the comprehension activity, children answer questions based on a text called ‘Floods and Droughts’. It is differentiated two ways: LA: Easier comprehension questions with an extension (pre-reading the text is also recommended). MA/UA: Harder comprehension questions with an extension. If you like this resource, please review it. I will happily send you a free resource of your choice in return for a review or useful suggestions/feedback. Contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk
eddiebray
Thinking about the different ways we use water

Thinking about the different ways we use water

This resource is aimed at upper KS2 or lower KS3 and is part of a wider Rivers unit (see ‘Rivers - medium term plan’). The presentation asks children to think about all the different ways we use water and where we get it from. Are these uses necessary (needs) or luxury (wants)? Children then categorise these uses as commercial/industrial, agricultural, recreational or community. Lastly, they are asked to consider how we can balance human water requirements with those of Earth’s wildlife. In the activity children sort photos of different water uses into six different categories. The extension then challenges them to classify each water use as either necessary or luxury and explain their reasoning. If you like this resource, please review it. I will happily send you a free resource of your choice in return for a review or useful suggestions/feedback. Contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk
eddiebray
Rivers - Investigating features of the River Thames on maps and satellite photos

Rivers - Investigating features of the River Thames on maps and satellite photos

This resource is aimed at upper KS2 or lower KS3 children and is part of a wider Rivers unit (see Rivers - medium term plan). In the presentation, children are taken on a journey from the source to the mouth of the River Thames. Starting at Thames Head, the source of the River Thames, children investigate maps and satellite photos and try to identify common river features along the way. Other locations include Windsor Castle, the Isle of Dogs in London and the mouth of the river at Southend-on-Sea. The writing-based activity challenges children to first label each map/satellite photo and then write a paragraph describing the location and river features they can see. It is differentiated two ways: LA - Children have maps/satellite photos and cloze procedure paragraphs to complete. MA/UA - Children have maps/satellite photos, a wordbank and write their own paragraphs. If you like this resource, please review it. I will happily send you a free resource of your choice in return for a review or useful suggestions/feedback. Contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk
eddiebray
Rivers - Identifying characteristics of the three stages of a river

Rivers - Identifying characteristics of the three stages of a river

This resource is aimed at upper KS2 or lower KS3 children and is part of a wider Rivers unit (see Rivers - medium term plan). In the presentation, children are first introduced to the three stages of a river - the upper course, middle course and lower course - and some of the key features of each. It then challenges children to think about the characteristics of rivers in these different stages (e.g. altitude, channel width, water speed and amount of erosion). The related activity asks children to match descriptions to each stage of a river. It is differentiated two ways: MA/UA - Children have descriptions which they match to either the upper, middle or lower course of a river. LA - Children have colour coded descriptions to make comparing them easier. If you like this resource, please review it. I will happily send you a free resource of your choice in return for a review or useful suggestions/feedback. Contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk
eddiebray
Showing relief on maps

Showing relief on maps

This is a KS3 / KS2 lesson on showing relief on maps. It is a very good practical lesson that will get students really involved in map work. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; Definition of the term relief, explanation of how spot heights, contours and colour shading show relief, identifying the height of places on a map using the three (3) relief methods, and creating a relief map using colour shading techniques. Learning resources used in the lesson are; Picture study, short writing task, map work task, and colour shading sketch map task. The lesson is planned in detail all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. You can use textbooks to provide background information on relief but it is not necessary. Now just download and teach!
suddy23
ATAR Geography Unit 4: Perth Fieldwork Booklet

ATAR Geography Unit 4: Perth Fieldwork Booklet

Perth Depth Study - Unit 4. Fieldwork booklet which covers Perth City, and activities using Google Earth, the ABS and further research. This is an assessment, but can be broken up into smaller tasks. Teachers should take the Year 12s around Perth city (guide/times are included on the first page) or - could just set the Google Earth/ABS section as work. Syllabus: the site, situation, internal and external morphology and functions the demographics the nature, scope and causes of each of the four selected challenges being confronted, and the implication for the place the range of planning strategies that have been used to address each of the four selected challenges, and how these compare with, and/or have been informed by, responses implemented in other places, both inside and outside Australia collect geographical information, incorporating ethical protocols, from a range of primary sources (interviews, questionnaires, student’s own experiences, and field observations) and secondary sources (online maps, websites, spatial software applications, print resources and visual media) identify and describe natural and cultural features and their patterns on the Earth’s surface using ground level photographs, aerial photographs (vertical and oblique), radar imagery and satellite imagery (Landsat, weather satellites and Google Earth) use the internet as a tool for geographical research use simple applications, software and online resources (including Google Earth and Google Maps) to access atlases and remote sensing products (photographs, radar imagery and satellite imagery) for the purpose of describing and interpreting spatial patterns and relationships access databases, such as Australian Bureau of Statistics, and Bureau of Meteorology, for spatial and statistical information use geospatial technologies, including GPS, to collect and map spatial data collect primary data using field techniques, including: surveys and interviews, observing and recording, listening, questioning, sketching and annotating, measuring and counting, photographing and note-taking collate primary data using techniques, including: listing, tabulating, report writing, graphing, constructing diagrams and mapping analyse and interpret primary data
rachelwhitty
Compass coordinates

Compass coordinates

This is a KS3 / KS2 lesson on compass points. It is an excellent lesson to peak students’ interest in maps and to pass on map skills. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; Description of a compass and its purpose, using 4, 8 and 16 point compasses, locating places in different hemispheres of the earth (northern, southern, western an eastern). Learning resources used in the lesson are; labelling compass coordinates, atlas compass task, hemisphere atlas task. Other facts; The answers for the practice activities are included on the ppt which makes it even easier for non specialists to deliver. The lesson is planned in detail and most of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. You will need atlases/maps of the UK for this task. Now just download and teach!
suddy23
Introduction to weather and climate

Introduction to weather and climate

A lesson which is introducing the topic of weather and climate. It goes through the basics of what weather is and how it is measured and also the different climate biomes that exist around the world.
cerian123
Lake district

Lake district

A set of two lessons about the Lake District focusing on the pressures which it has and the solutions of the pressures which it is experiencing. Produced as a case study example for a GCSE group.
cerian123
Issues created by rural change

Issues created by rural change

A lesson which goes through the push and pull factors of rural areas and the environmental, economic and social issues created by changes in rural areas. Created for a GCSE group
cerian123
Population density

Population density

This is a KS3 lesson on population density. It is also a good lesson for a KS2 group. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; definition of population density, explanation of the concepts densely and sparsely populated, UK population density, world population density and factors that influence population density. Learning resources used in the lesson are; Starter quiz, sketching task, picture study, cartograms (UK and world) and short writing tasks. The lesson is planned in detail and all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. Now just download and teach!
suddy23
Population growth – India case study

Population growth – India case study

This is a KS3 lesson on population growth with India used as a case study. It can also be used with a GCSE group. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; definition of population growth & natural increase, location of India (site and situation), India’s population growth trend since 1950, historical reasons for population growth in India, reasons for current population growth in India. Learning resources used in the lesson are; keyword association task, map task, graph analysis task (numeracy here), video clip, pair discussion and writing task. Answers to most of the task are in the note section below each slide of ppt. This will make it easy for non-specialist to deliver the lesson. The lesson is planned in detail and all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. You will only need atlases with maps of Asia. Now just download and teach!
suddy23
Migration - introduction

Migration - introduction

This is a KS3 introduction lesson on migration. The content and skills lay the foundation for further studies in the new GCSE specs. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; definition of migration key terms (migration, in-migration, international migration etc), types of migration, push and pull factors etc. Learning resources used in the lesson are; unscramble the word task, picture study task, writing task, quiz etc. The lesson is planned in detail and all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. Now just download and teach!
suddy23
GCSE AQA 9-1 Geography Section A Subject Specific Vocabulary Natural Hazards Bundle

GCSE AQA 9-1 Geography Section A Subject Specific Vocabulary Natural Hazards Bundle

These resources cover all the key subject specific vocabulary used in the AQA 9-1 GCSE Paper 1 , Section A , Natural Hazards. The sheets can be used individually to as starters or quick recap activities. Answer sheets are included and a powerpoint slides can be simply ‘dropped in’ to existing lessons to allow for quick self marking /checking. PDF and editable versions included.
tosh740
Tectonic Subject Specific Vocabulary Literacy and Revision Bundle.

Tectonic Subject Specific Vocabulary Literacy and Revision Bundle.

These two resources cover all the key subject specific vocabulary used in the AQA 9-1 GCSE. The sheets can be used individually to as starters or quick recap activities. Answer sheets are included and a powerpoint slides can be simply ‘dropped in’ to existing lessons to allow for quick self marking /checking. PDF and editable versions included.
tosh740
Structure of the rainforest poem

Structure of the rainforest poem

A poem for students to explore the structure of the rainforest. For more information check out my blog; https://mrsgeographyblog.wordpress.com/2018/11/18/structure-of-the-rainforest-poem
MrsGeography16
AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Introduction to Ecosystems, Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets

AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Introduction to Ecosystems, Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets

These activities reinforce understanding of the ‘Subject Specific Vocabulary’ required for the first part of Section B , paper 1, Ecosystems of the AQA Syllabus. Students match the definitions , complete a cloze activity and then produce a definitions table. An answer sheet is also included. No further preparation necessary. Editable and PDF versions included. Also included are complete A5 vocab sheets and a short slide answer ppt that can easily be added to existing presentations for easy self marking. Leave a short review and claim another single resource for free.
tosh740
Population  - Introduction

Population - Introduction

This is a KS3 lesson on population. It can also easily be used with a GCSE group. The content and skills are relevant to the nee GCSE specs. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; definition of population, population facts such as current world population, birth & death rates, age breakdown of the world’s population etc, distribution of the most populous countries in the world and natural increase. Learning resources used in the lesson are; quiz, real time population change weblink, mapping task, numeracy task and a short writing task. The lesson is planned in detail and all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. You will only need atlases for this lesson. Now just download and teach!
suddy23
Population structure/pyramids

Population structure/pyramids

This is a KS3 lesson on population structure. It can also be used with a GCSE group. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; definition of population structure (including definitions of the terms young dependent, elderly dependent and working age group), description on how to use population pyramids, comparing population pyramids of HICs and LICs, advantages and disadvantages of an ageing population. Learning resources used in the lesson are; Keyword matching task, graph analysis, peer discussion and writing task. The lesson is planned in detail and all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. Now just download and teach!
suddy23
V-shaped valleys, waterfalls, meanders and flood plains

V-shaped valleys, waterfalls, meanders and flood plains

This is a KS3 lesson on landforms created by the river. The landforms highlighted in the title are the four studied in this lesson. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; Formation of v-shaped valleys, waterfalls, meanders and flood plains, Learning resources used in the lesson are; Keyword matching task, sketching task, video clips, diagram sorting task, sequencing task and short writing tasks. The lesson is planned in detail and all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. You can use a textbook to provide additional reading resources though, it is not needed to deliver this lesson. Now just download and teach!
suddy23
Map symbols

Map symbols

This is a KS3 / KS2 lesson on OS map symbols. It is an excellent lesson to peak students’ interest in maps and to pass on valuable map skills. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; Definition of the term map symbol, identification of symbols for human and physical geographic features on a map, using symbols to collect facts about an an area on a map. Learning resources used in the lesson are; map quiz, sketching task, map symbol story task and a short writing task. The lesson is planned in detail and most of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. You will need copies of the OS map symbol key which can be found in textbooks or on OS maps. Now just download and teach!
suddy23
Carbon cycle – A level

Carbon cycle – A level

This is an A level lesson on the carbon cycle. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; the carbon cycle as a system, processes in the carbon cycle (eg sequestration, combustion, decomposition, respiration etc), the fluxes and stores of the carbon cycle, factors that affect carbon storage in the cycle (eg. Industrialisation, deforestation, sedimentation etc). Learning resources used in the lesson are; carbon cycle diagram, video clip, group work and a 20 mark exam question. The lesson is planned in detail and all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. If you have a textbook on the carbon cycle then this can be used to encourage reading and researching key ideas. Now just download and teach!
suddy23
Settlements - Introduction

Settlements - Introduction

This is a KS3 / KS2 introduction lesson on settlements. It is an excellent lesson for teaching students about their local area. Key facts about the lesson are: The content covered by the lesson are; Definition of the term settlement, discussion of different types of settlements (including the international space station and refugee camps), definition of site, factors that influence the site of a settlement (basic introduction of sustainability here) and description of the site of their local settlement. Learning resources used in the lesson are; Unscramble the keyword task, picture study, sketch map analysis task, a short writing task and a fill in the blank task. The lesson is planned in detail and all of the resources for teaching the lesson are included in the ppt; starter, learning activities with resources, clear outline of learning tasks and a plenary. Now just download and teach!
suddy23