The Global Circulation Part 2/2: AQA GCSE
This resource starts where the previous lesson left off, by getting students to recall what they learned about the global circulation. It then goes into detail about the Hadley, Ferrel and Polar cells with some cultural references that will appeal to teachers born in the 1970s who listened to Spandau Ballet ("Tony Hadley was not a meteorologist") and watched 'Victoria Wood as Seen on TV'. Go on, you know you want to buy it and inject a bit of humour into your lesson.
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Created: Mar 12, 2017

Updated: Jan 27, 2019

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