Children take a journey from the gloom of the forest floor to the bright sunshine at the top of the tallest tree, as they learn about the layers of vegetation. Children then use the internet and non-fiction books to find out more about a layer.
Suitable for years for 3 and 4.
Find other lesson plans and resources at www.hamilton-trust.org.uk.
A creative music project for Key Stage 2, to run alongside any classroom geography project about volcanoes or earthquakes.
This resource consists of:
* a medium term planning overview
* 4 easy-to-follow weekly music lesson plans
* a pupil composition planning sheet
* a teacher's informal assessment/observation form
Musical instruments required are standard school percussion instruments (tuned and untuned), although electronic instruments (eg. keyboards) and children's own instruments (e.g. guitars, violins, recorders etc.) can easily and successfully be integrated into this project.
Some of the other resources mentioned are youtube videos, best displayed on a Smartboard (please check with your school whether you are allowed to access youtube).
A digital audio recorder or video recorder (or mobile phone with those facilities!) is also required to record the final compositions.
Lesson 1 Measuring Development - Development Dynamics 2016.
There are different ways of measuring economic, social and political development.
Suggested learning objectives:
To understand the different ways to define development.
To know ways of measuring development and be able to explain what they show.