Geography Geary's Shop
Geography Geary's Shop
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Welcome to my shop! I have been teaching Geography for over 10 years and am very passionate about my subject. I spend a vast amount of time making my resources which cover KS3, 4 and 5; please feel free to take a look.

pptx, 40.75 MB
pptx, 40.75 MB
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docx, 120.38 KB
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docx, 41.27 KB
docx, 37.68 MB
docx, 37.68 MB
docx, 1.27 MB
docx, 1.27 MB
docx, 17.03 MB
docx, 17.03 MB
docx, 1.03 MB
docx, 1.03 MB
docx, 10.01 MB
docx, 10.01 MB
docx, 79.86 MB
docx, 79.86 MB
Lesson Aim:
To gain a clear understanding into the range of ways humans are having a negative impact upon coral reefs.

Lesson Objectives:
1. To establish what coral is
2. To determine why coral reefs are important
3. To identify the main threats facing coral reefs

Resources included:
*PowerPoint presentation
* Lesson plan
* Seven ‘threats to coral reefs’ A4 cards, which should be laminated and stuck up around the room.
* Lower ability worksheet- Threats to the coral reef table.
Clipboards may also be useful.

Lesson 7 of 10 from my new scheme of work on Biogeography/ Ecosystems.
Also works as a stand alone lesson on threats to coral reefs.
Fully differentiated with resources and additional research tasks for lower and higher ability pupils.

This lesson is from a scheme of work that I have written for my Year 8 groups, but it could be easily adapted for Year 7 or 9.

This lesson requires pupils to make use of:
* Life on Earth- episode 9 (the shallow seas)

Three progress checks have been incorporated into this lesson.

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