A nice idea and certainly one that might engage learners. I agree with Helix84 - this would be even better if there was some success criteria attached to this so that students were clearer about what they are expected to produce.
A set of lessons for KS3 Risky world. Complete with unit overview, assessments and student trackers.
A set of 17 lessons that covers risks in the local area, risks around the world and then focuses in on plate tectonics. The theory of plate tectonics then lessons on earthquakes, volcanoes and tsunamis, focusing on the causes, impacts and responses the the ways in which they can be managed.
Covers a range of different lesson activities alongside assessments that are primarily decision making.
I have done it slightly differently this time. I normally go through plate boundaries altogether and then address volcanoes and earthquakes. This time I am going through how volcanoes and earthquakes occur at each type of plate boundary. I have designed an A4 sheet with the key content, diagrams and keywords. This way no-one should get left behind in a mixed ability class.
A lesson explaining subduction zones and collision zones on destructive margins. An A4 sheet of content is provided so students are spending time processing and practising content rather than copying and making notes.