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Asia: Physical and Human Geography (People and Places)

Asia: Physical and Human Geography (People and Places)

This interesting and highly-stimulating lesson enables students to describe and understand the key aspects of physical geography (e.g. climates, vegetation belts, flora, fauna, mountains, and rivers) and human geography (e.g. types of settlement, populations, use of resources, and trade) in the vast and varied continent of Asia. Whilst gaining a wide range of knowledge about the content, students also become familiar with a wide range of vocabulary pertinent to the geography curriculum. The lesson follows a clear, logical, bite-size learning journey, which guides students towards relevant and constructive learning objectives. Over the course of this journey, they become able to: - Identify Asia on a map, and identify the countries and regions within Asia; - Understand key information about the physical and human geography of the content, through a fun, interactive quiz; - Retrieve, share, and describe their understanding of the physical and human geography of specific locations in Asia (Dubai, Yala National Park, Gobi Desert, and Tokyo) through a jigsaw model task; - Complete a case study of the physical and human geography of their own place in Asia, and describe their findings to others; -Peer assess each other's descriptions using the learning objectives. This resource pack includes: - A visually engaging whole-lesson PowerPoint presentation; - Key case-study information sheets on Dubai, the Gobi Desert, Yala National Park and Tokyo; - A blank case study template; - A detailed lesson plan, complete with what the teacher and students should aim to achieve at each stage of the lesson. All images are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on the final slide of the PowerPoint. Note: The final task works best with access to ICT/internet resources.

By TandLGuru

Weather clip art

Weather clip art

This pack contains fifteen weather related clip art images designed by myself. You may use these images within you own educational products for commercial use but they are not to be resold as clip art. I would appreciate an acknowledgement in your credits by including my logo. The pack contains the following clip art: White cloud White clouds Grey cloud Grey clouds Sunny Sunny spells with a white cloud Sunny spells with a grey cloud Rain and cloud Snow and cloud Hail and cloud Windy Foggy Stormy Tornado Snowman

By janedonlan1

The Arctic: ( animals and Ocean) display, worksheets and activities

The Arctic: ( animals and Ocean) display, worksheets and activities

A set of printable activities and display resources for an Arctic topic - suitable for KS1 A set of printable resources (display, worksheets, games and activities) about the Arctic, the Arctic Ocean and animals in the Arctic. The set contains: 2 A4 headings Alphabet polar bears Anagram worksheet - Arctic animals A-Z lettering with an snowy background; all letters of the alphabet, plus numbers and punctuation, plus 'The Arctic' in large letters Bookmarks to cut out and colour, with polar bears Display border - with pictures of polar bears Cards - Arctic animals for games or display Factfile sheets - for children to research and fill in Flags - The countries bordering the Arctic Circle Map showing satellite imagery of the Arctic Circle A map of the Arctic Circle Masks - black and white animals from the Arctic Number line to 20 with digits and written numbers with a polar bear background Passport to fill in for a trip to the Arctic Pictures of Arctic animals to cut out and use in topic work Pictures of Arctic animals to print out for display Postcard to write from the Arctic Set of posters with explanations and photographs of: The location of the Arctic Arctic plants The Inuit Arctic animals Polar bear Wolverine Arctic fox Arctic owl Arctic tern Snow geese Arctic hare Arctic squirrel Lemming Seal Muscox Caribou Walrus Topic covers - 3 different versions Vocabulary cards - Arctic adjectives for composition Writing border sheets - lined and unlined

By highwaystar