French Weather
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Lolliepopcouture1

French Weather

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A great powerpoint that covers a whole lesson on the topic of weather. I have used it with multiple classes before and it's great! Copyrighted at @PrimaryPrints
Weather and Climate
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Jarlathsharkey

Weather and Climate

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10 Fully resourced lessons forming a weather and climate scheme of work. PowerPoints are engaging and interactive. A resource booklet of over 30 pages is included along with a short end of unit assessment. Topic includes; Differences between weather and climate, measuring the weather, cloud types, types of rainfall, air masses and the British Isles, Low pressure weather, high pressure weather, interpreting synoptic charts, factors influencing climate, drawing and interpreting climate graphs, assessment. Please leave a review :)
Weather and Climate
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thisisgeography

Weather and Climate

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Full unit of work for Weather & Climate. This unit explores the physical and human geography of the UK with a central focus on the weather and climate of the UK. All lesson are suitable for 50 minutes to 1 hour of teaching time. Includes supporting worksheets for lessons - no additional resources are required. Most suitable for KS3 or high ability KS2. All lessons have a starter and lesson aim. All PowerPoints in the same signature style. Lesson sequence: 1 - Weather and climate in the UK 2 - Climate graphs 3 - Measuring the weather 4 - The water cycle 5 - Clouds 6 - Rainfall 7 - Microclimates Module also available with 6 extra lessons as part of the UK, Weather and CLimate series on the This is Geography shop. For more resources visit This is Geography. Full SoW for all new GCSE specifications - AQA, Edexcel, OCR, CIE IGCSE, Edexcel IGCSE and Eduqas. As well as over 200 lessons for KS3 and KS2. Want something bespoke designing? Email us for further details info@thisisgeography.co.uk
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ScienceSpot

Weather

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This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their knowledge of weather and climate. Full “Letter” sized cards as well as smaller sized cards are provided. Contents: ♦ Teacher Instructions with Usage Guide and FAQ ♦ 20 Multiple Choice Questions ♦ 5 Decoders for each of the 5 Levels ♦ Student Recording Sheet and Teacher Answer Key ♦ Large Sized Cards and Smaller ♦ Link to an optional, but recommended, digital breakout room More Escape Rooms: All the following topics can be found in the Ultimate Science Escape Room Bundle (60% OFF!) Astronomy: Get all 6 (35% OFF) in the Bundle! ♦ Eclipses ♦ Life Cycle of Stars ♦ Moon Phases ♦ Planets ♦ Solar System ♦ Space Rocks: Comets, Meteors, Meteorites, Asteroids, etc. Earth Science: Get all 15 (35% OFF) in the Bundle! ♦ Clouds ♦ Fossils ♦ Layers of the Atmosphere ♦ Layers of the Earth ♦ Natural Resources ♦ Plate Tectonics ♦ Rock Cycle ♦ Rocks and Minerals ♦ Seasons ♦ Severe Weather ♦ Soil ♦ Volcanoes ♦ Water Cycle ♦ Weather ♦ Weathering and Erosion Life Science: Get all 6 (35% OFF) in the Bundle! ♦ Animal Adaptations ♦ Biomes ♦ Classification and Taxonomy ♦ Habitats ♦ Human Body Systems ♦ Plant Adaptations Physical Science: Get all 12 (35% OFF) in the Bundle! ♦ Atomic Structure ♦ Circuits ♦ Electricity and Magnetism ♦ Force and Motion ♦ Periodic Table ♦ Properties of Matter ♦ Properties of Water ♦ Reflection and Refraction ♦ Scientific Method ♦ Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration ♦ States of Matter ♦ Waves Biology: Get all 10 (35% OFF) in the Bundle! ♦ Cell Organelles ♦ Cell Transport ♦ Cellular Respiration ♦ Classification and Taxonomy ♦ DNA ♦ Evolution ♦ Genetics and Heredity ♦ Macromolecules ♦ Mitosis and Meiosis ♦ Photosynthesis
Weathering
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Rahmich

Weathering

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Learning Objectives To describe the three types of weathering, Biological, physical and chemical. To be able to give examples of all three types of weathering. To link the weathering process to the landscape. Use particle diagrams to explain weathering Settler: Starter: Demonstration/Main 1: Draw diagrams to represent the three types of weathering on the board if you are not confident use the textbook. Pupils need to be able to use particle diagrams - in this case particle means rock pieces of any size. Practical: Show the frozen rock breaking demo as an example of freeze thaw. Main 2: Link to the landscapes of Qatar, erratics etc. AFL: Show photos of different types of weathering and ask pupils to identify them
10. Weather Hazards In The UK
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jrlinton

10. Weather Hazards In The UK

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AQA GCSE Geography (2016) Unit 1- Living With The Physical Environment Section A- The Challenge Of Natural Hazards (Weather Hazards) 10. Weather Hazards In The UK
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ScienceSpot

Weather

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Weather: This weather word search also doubles as a coloring book!. The advantage to this is that students can actually see the concept behind the term they are attempting to find. The solution to the puzzle is included. Weather Word Search/ Coloring Book Vocabulary Terms: ♦ Anemometer ♦ Barometer ♦ Condensation ♦ Dew ♦ Evaporation ♦ Hail ♦ Hurricane ♦ Jet Stream ♦ Lightning ♦ Radar ♦ Rain ♦ Rain Gauge ♦ Rainbow ♦ Thermometer ♦ Thunderstorm ♦ Tornado ♦ Warm Front ♦ Weather Map ♦ Wind Thank you to Truthme who provided some images
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ScienceSpot

Weather

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Weather: This severe weather Lapbook is a fun hands on activity for students to use in their interactive notebooks. Students may research different facts about each type of severe weather and write what they find on the provided blank lines. A completed lapbook with answers is included. This weather lapbook fits inside of composition books (as shown on the cover page) Weather lapbook contents: 1. How to Use and Assembly Instructions for the lapbook 2. Completed facts for each of the following weather terms: Tornado, Hurricane, Drought, Wildfire, Thunderstorm, Blizzard, Dust storm, Flood 3. Blank versions for students to write their own facts for each term 4. Check out the preview for more details ***** Do a search for my other Lapbooks in the folllowing topics: ***** Space Science: ♦ The Solar System: The Planets ♦ Eclipses ♦ Comets, Meteors, Meteoroids, Meteorites and Asteroids Earth Science: ♦ Clouds ♦ Severe Weather ♦ Layers of the Atmosphere ♦ Volcanoes ♦ Fossils ♦ Plate Tectonics ♦ Natural Resources ♦ Layers of the Earth ♦ Rock Cycle ♦ Water Cycle ♦ Rocks and Minerals ♦ Landforms Life Science: ♦ Biomes ♦ Life Cycle of Plants ♦ Human Body Systems ♦ Habitats ♦ Butterfly Life Cycle ♦ Frog Life Cycle ♦ Dinosaurs ♦ Animal Adaptations ♦ Six Kingdoms of Life ♦ Pumpkin Life Cycle ♦ Cell Structures Physical Science: ♦ The Scientific Method ♦ Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures ♦ Forms of Energy ♦ Simple Machines
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ScienceSpot

Weather

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Weather: This weather (severe weather) booklet is a fun hands on activity for students to use in their interactive notebooks. Students may research different facts about severe weather and write what they find on the provided blank lines. A completed weather booklet with answers is included. Severe Weather Booklet Contents: 1. Assembly Instructions for the booklet 2. Weather vocabulary, completed facts: Thunderstorm, Tornado, Hurricane, Blizzard, Drought, Dust storm, Flood 3. Blank versions for students to write their own facts 4. A smaller version of #1, 2, & 3 to fit smaller pieces of construction paper ***** Do a search for my other Accordion Booklets in the folllowing topics: ***** Space Science: ♦ The Solar System: The Planets ♦ Eclipses ♦ Comets, Meteors, Meteoroids, Meteorites and Asteroids ♦ Life Cycle of Stars ♦ Constellations of the Zodiac Earth Science: ♦ Clouds ♦ Severe Weather ♦ Layers of the Atmosphere ♦ Volcanoes ♦ Fossils ♦ Plate Tectonics ♦ Natural Resources ♦ Layers of the Earth ♦ Rock Cycle ♦ Water Cycle ♦ Rocks and Minerals ♦ Landforms Life Science: ♦ Biomes ♦ Life Cycle of Plants ♦ Human Body Systems ♦ Habitats ♦ Butterfly Life Cycle ♦ Frog Life Cycle ♦ Dinosaurs ♦ Animal Adaptations ♦ Six Kingdoms of Life ♦ Pumpkin Life Cycle ♦ Cell Structures Physical Science: ♦ The Scientific Method ♦ Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures ♦ Forms of Energy ♦ Simple Machines
Extreme Weather: Hurricanes Vs Tornadoes
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becksquigs

Extreme Weather: Hurricanes Vs Tornadoes

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This is a lesson extracted from my KS3 Weather SOW with a focus on extreme weather systems. It was adapted in preparation for a 'Mocksted' Inspection whereby it received very pleasing feedback. The lesson itself is fast paced with a focus on smaller, student led activities with clear differentiation opportunities (including extension tasks for HA learners) and explicit progress checks throughout. A dynamic lesson with a range of resources including a pre-prepared worksheet and YouTube hyperlinks. Enjoy!
The Weather
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TDruelinger

The Weather

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This is a unit on the weather in German. This includes an introduction to the Futur I as well as practice with the near future. This also introduces days of the week and the months. It contains two quizzes: overall material quiz and a quiz on the months. This contains two vocab lists, a notes packet, five worksheets (three have keys), and two quizzes (with keys).
Weather & Climate
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HollywoodR95

Weather & Climate

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Contains a PowerPoint which looks at the difference between weather and climate and then looks at each of the 5 types of climate. Includes basic information on each climate type as well as examples of countries with this climate and a map. Also includes 2 activities for children to complete. Activity 1: Children colour in a map following the key on the 5 different climates around the world. Then they cut out the 5 images at the bottom and stick them in the appropriate box for each climate. Activity 2: Children must read the items inside each suitcase and decide which countries climate they match. They then cut these out, stick them beside one another and write a sentence or 2 about them.
Extreme Weather #2 - Tsunami
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HollywoodR95

Extreme Weather #2 - Tsunami

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#2 of 7: Second part of a series of lessons based around different types of extreme weather. Contains a PowerPoint which looks at tsunamis from what they are, how they are formed and different ways to spot them and looks at the most destructive of all tsunamis, the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami.