Children should learn to identify criteria for their design, to select tools and materials and use correct vocabulary to name and describe them, to assemble, join and combine materials to make a winding mechanism and to understand the need for a stable structure to support a mechanism. This is lesson 3 in a unit of work.
Children should learn to use existing fabric designs as inspiration for their own pattern-making, to develop and communicate their design ideas through drawing and modelling and to make and/or use a simple paper pattern/template. This is lesson 3 in a unit of work.
This was made for a student who was ill for a few months and subsequently needed some work to take home.
I made this covering a wide range of activities from the topic of Asia.
It focuses primarily on the environment of rainforests.
- Where they are located?
- The importance of rainforests?
- Boreno - an example of a rainforest under threat.
- Researching deforestation and solutions to deforestation.
- Effects and solutions to deforestation.
- Assessment. Question with writeup criteria.
As part of a Year 3 Geography Topic on 'Our Local Area', I took my class on a walk around the local streets. Whilst walking, most children used a key to colour the buildings on a map, identifying the land use (e.g. commercial, residential, educational, recreational etc.). However, this wasn't suitable for the lower ability children in my class so I gave them pictures of different buildings and they had to tally how many of each type of building they saw. When they returned to class, they could then cut out pictures of the different buildings in order to make their own pictogram. These pictures and the pictogram template are included in this pack.
Full set of resources for the unit 'Changing Urban Environments' GCSE Geography AQA A.
Lessons are fully resourced with a variety of activities. Differentiated resources present for some of the lessons.
Complete scheme of work for the new AQA GCSE geography qualification.
Scheme of work is for 'Physical Landscapes In The UK' and focuses on Coasts and Rivers.
A student-friendly unit plan is also included, showing students what will be covered lesson by lesson and the relevant pages in textbooks for revision.
All lessons are planned for 100 minutes but can be split up.