This page on the GA website was originally set up in response to floods in the UK in 2014, but the resources can be used to teach about flooding in general. This page contains information, case studies and links for teachers, including the use of GIS, maps of UK weather patterns responsible for the storms, causes and effects of flooding and possible links to climate change.
This contains a fully resourced lesson which explores the characteristics of urban areas, and how they change from the urban fringe to the central business district. This uses Ipswich as an example, although it could be easily adapted to study other cities.
This worksheet requires pupils to give four-figure and six-figure grid references on various locations featured in the Simpsons. It also includes a section on describing routes between places.
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A fully resourced lesson on meditation in Buddhism. It includes a starter where they list their life worries and how they deal with them, in the main section a task on describing the story behind Siddhartha's enlightenment and a set of meditation exercises. In the plenary they then explain why meditation is important.
For my year 10 short course GCSE class. The other example to compare will be flooding in the UK.
Card sort for floods in Bangladesh, causes, effects and responses.
Pupils to write information on to the worksheets from the card sort. Differentiation can be included with the No. of information cards to write on to worksheets.
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