Geomorphic processes and landforms teaching resources: Other landforms and processes

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2017 NEW OCR B Enquiring Minds Year 9 CLIMATE CHANGE 1-9 Bundle

2017 NEW OCR B Enquiring Minds Year 9 CLIMATE CHANGE 1-9 Bundle

A rejuvenated Climate Change SOW from last year. The lessons all HAVE ANSWERS. They also include innovative starters and plenary activities. It provides group and individual activities, including ways to answer exam questions. This is some of my best designs in teaching for TES. It includes Exam questions Walk and Talk ANSWERS. See the new lesson below on the Climate Change Topic Test. SAVE 40%!

By GJDavis27

2017 NEW OCR B Enquiring Minds Year 9 CLIMATE CHANGE 1-10 Bundle

2017 NEW OCR B Enquiring Minds Year 9 CLIMATE CHANGE 1-10 Bundle

A rejuvenated Climate Change SOW from last year. The lessons all HAVE ANSWERS. They also include innovative starters and plenary activities. It provides group and individual activities, including ways to answer exam questions. This is some of my best designs in teaching for TES. It includes Exam questions Walk and Talk ANSWERS. See the new lesson below on the Peer Assessed Presentations. SAVE 40%!

By GJDavis27

NEW OCR B Enquiring Minds Syllabus Year 9 9) Climate Change Topic Test WITH ANSWERS

NEW OCR B Enquiring Minds Syllabus Year 9 9) Climate Change Topic Test WITH ANSWERS

The aim of this test is to assess key knowledge of students as we study climate change. I propose completing Walk and Talk Mocks before you complete this test. PLEASE SEE THE AVAILABLE RESOURCES. The exam is a 50 marks topic test looking at key knowledge from the first 4 lessons of the SOW. If you wish to purchase these please see the 25% off Bundle. The topic test looks at 4-6 mark questions and include low-order 1 mark knowledge questions. There is a mark-scheme for all ANSWERS including a model answer for the 6 mark question. Works well as a unit sub-test or as a Summer end of unit component. The topics covered are: carbon footprints, Earth's changing climate, measures of climate change and natural causes of climate changes.

By GJDavis27

Living in Danger Zones! Exploring living near Volcanoes

Living in Danger Zones! Exploring living near Volcanoes

The danger of living near Volcanoes. A super detailed lesson plan guides you through minute by minute. A rare 'bespoke made' volcano story board is included too which the students love!Learning Outcomes linked to progress:By the end of the lesson we will be able to... 1. IDENTIFY ways to predict and measure a Volcanic eruption - L3/42. EXAMINE the effects of a volcanic eruption - L4/53. ASSESS why people have difficulty in living in danger zones - L5/64. RECOMMEND some evacuation ground rules for people living in volcanic danger zones – L6/7 The tasks in the PPT are linked to the Levelled outcomes throughout the lesson so the teacher can measure and demonstrate progress easily with the students against their learning outcomes.Bell Task: - Mr Awesome's Dangerous photos play whilst students enter the room to engage with the topic.Starter: Bubblin' Hot video ClipMain: Teacher reads Volcano Storyboard students create. *This rare 'bespoke made story board' is linked to levelled outcomes with every stage of the story!* This evidences student progress as they engage with the story.Students create evacuation plans. Students must categorise and justify reasons.Plenary: Post it notes taskA range of engaging activities are included in this lesson:Photo identificationVideo clipVolcano StoryboardDesigning an Evacuation PlanPost it notes task*Word Mats included to help students get key words into their answers.

By nathanoj1

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Mastery Quizzes

Mastery Quizzes

A selection of quizzes to develop mastery in geology, geography, rocks and soils, electricity and plants.

By samanthasaville

Deserts & Plant Adaptations

Deserts & Plant Adaptations

Pupils will be able to enquire and ask / research a series of questions, using a data capture sheet. Pupils will know what the definition of a desert is and name an example of at least one and know how desert plants are adapted to their environment.The resources are differentiated so that higher ability pupils can ask further / higher level questions and the structure of the enquiry sheet can suggest/prompt lower ability pupils for answers. the plenery is a fun idea and it works well with year 8 pupils... surprising how much they can recall.

By mullarkey

Year 9 Climate Change Lesson 1-4 with Topic Test Bundle

Year 9 Climate Change Lesson 1-4 with Topic Test Bundle

A rejuvenated Climate Change SOW from last year. The lessons all HAVE ANSWERS. They also include innovative starters and plenary activities. It provides group and individual activities, including ways to answer exam questions. This is some of my best designs in teaching for TES. It includes Exam questions Walk and Talk ANSWERS and finally concludes in a TOPIC TEST WITH ANSWERS. See the new test answers below. SAVE 40%!

By GJDavis27

The Northern Lights

The Northern Lights

A year 7 Geography lesson on the Northern Lights as part of a Fantastic Places SOW. Could be taught to any KS3 class. Covers the location, appearance and causes of the Northern Lights. The main activities include map work, code breaking and group work. Differentiated learning objectives and activities. Fully resourced.

By amac89

Year 2 Geography Planning and Resources

Year 2 Geography Planning and Resources

Year 2 Geography units (22 lessons in total), with lesson plans and all of the resources needed for each lesson.Locational Knowledge - The UK (10 lessons)Place Knowledge - Islands (12 lessons)(Please ignore the third product, as it is only there as there needs to be a minimum of 3 products to create a 'bundle' on TES)There is a PDF of all of the files and an editable version of each file (you just need to delete the watermark logo from each of the editable files).You can find more Geography planning and teaching resources on the Save Teachers' Sundays website.

By SaveTeachersSundays

KS1 Geography Bundle

KS1 Geography Bundle

KS1 Geography units (44 lessons in total), with lesson plans and all of the resources needed for each lesson.Year 1:Town and Country (11 lessons)Food (11 lessons)Year 2:Locational Knowledge - The UK (10 lessons)Place Knowledge - Islands (12 lessons)There is a PDF of all of the files and an editable version of each file (you just need to delete the watermark logo from each of the editable files).You can find more Geography planning and teaching resources on the Save Teachers' Sundays website.

By SaveTeachersSundays

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Sub aerial processes

Sub aerial processes

Looks at type of weathering and mass movement and their effect on the coastline. All resources are part of the powerpoint and can be printed off.

By chloemarshall93

Composition of Earth - Crust, Mantle and Core - Unit Plan with Worksheets

Composition of Earth - Crust, Mantle and Core - Unit Plan with Worksheets

As we know that earth is the home of all the living entity. But we less aware about how the earth is composed of ? This unit will explain all about the composition of earth. Hope students of grades 3rd to 9th will learn a lot. Your students will love this engaging lesson about the composition of earth and various layers/chemical part of a it! This unit in the form of PDF file includes engaging, colourful, informative, visually stimulating and eye-catching photos and diagrams as per the topic need which rarely fails to stimulate a lively class discussion.The unit includes total EIGHT different worksheets at the end. Download the preview for a FREEBIE. The following topics are covered with this unit.Introduction 1.Crust TWO TYPES OF CRUST 2. Mantle –The sub-layers of the mantle 3.CORE –Outer Core –Inner Core4. 8-Worksheets.You will find lots more in my store, including math, science, ELA, activities/craftivities, special education, interactive activities, and more!

By ilaxippatel

COLD ENVIRONMENTS AQA GCSE: Challenges of developing Alaska [Lesson 5]

COLD ENVIRONMENTS AQA GCSE: Challenges of developing Alaska [Lesson 5]

This lesson is designed for the new AQA GCSE for 3.1.2.4 Cold environments for 'The Living World' unit - as per the specification.Lesson description:- Starter tasks - Recap task on prior learning for Alaska case study.- Clear learning objectives and success criteria are outlined based on the specification.- Main learning tasks: + Introduction to general challenges of development in cold environments using text book resource. Challenge task provided with supporting article.The remaining slides put challenges to development in context to the Alaska case study;+ Climate graph analysis with a discussion point linked to possible implications/consequences of this.+ Key information on the Trans-Alaska pipeline with supporting notes on permafrost.+ Introduction to implications of oil spills, using Exxon Valdez as a case study reference with supporting facts and video hyperlink.- Plenary - 9 mark style exam question with guidance.- Further reading - Variety of hyperlinked further reading tasks provided.

By cmcdonnell

River question cards

River question cards

This resource allows students to revise and even teach themselves. When they have the answer to help their colleague their levels of retention are much higher than just reading through notes. It is a very good way to allow the students revise by themselves and involves very little teacher involvement.Very important: When printing this resource, in order for it to work you need to:1) Go to Print.2) Print on both sides and flip on short edge.If you do not follow the above steps the answers will not appear on the flip side of the questions.

By Aodhan17

Earthquakes Full SoW

Earthquakes Full SoW

Comprehensive Scheme of Work about Earthquakes, their effects and how they affect people. Written for Y8/9 EBSD boys. I use promethean and if you look at my planning there are hyperlinks to stuff too.

By asadler79

Geography - States, Capitals, and Landforms of the United States

Geography - States, Capitals, and Landforms of the United States

Let’s learn about the States, Capitals, and Landforms, of the United States! This worksheet provides all kinds of exercises, map quizzes and puzzles about the states, capitals, and landforms of the United States. Additional activities and mapping exercises on the major cities and landmarks are included. Extra map quizzes in various levels are included.The answers and answer sheets are provided.Overview: Page 1: Introduction Page 2/5: States & Capitals ExercisesPage 6: States Map QuizPage 7: Capitals Map QuizPage 8: Word SearchPage 9/10: Cut ‘n PastePage 11/12: Landforms ExercisesPage 13: Landforms Map QuizPage 14: AttractionsPage 15: Fun FactsPage 16/17: Attractions & Fun Facts ExercisesPage 18: Overseas TerritoriesExtra: Page 19/20: Major Cities ExercisesPage 21: Major Cities Map QuizYou might also like these worksheets: South America North America Oceania & Australia The Middle East Keywords: geography, maps, map quiz, states, capitals, mountains, rivers, attractions, United States, territories, lakes, plains, islands, landforms

By willemmacau

Geography - States, Capitals, and Landforms of the United States

Geography - States, Capitals, and Landforms of the United States

Let’s learn about the States, Capitals, and Landforms, of the United States! This worksheet provides all kinds of exercises, map quizzes and puzzles about the states, capitals, and landforms of the United States. Additional activities and mapping exercises on the major cities and landmarks are included. Extra map quizzes in various levels are included.The answers and answer sheets are provided.Overview: Page 1: Introduction Page 2/5: States & Capitals ExercisesPage 6: States Map QuizPage 7: Capitals Map QuizPage 8: Word SearchPage 9/10: Cut ‘n PastePage 11/12: Landforms ExercisesPage 13: Landforms Map QuizPage 14: AttractionsPage 15: Fun FactsPage 16/17: Attractions & Fun Facts ExercisesPage 18: Overseas TerritoriesExtra: Page 19/20: Major Cities ExercisesPage 21: Major Cities Map QuizYou might also like these worksheets: South America North America Oceania & Australia The Middle East Keywords: geography, maps, map quiz, states, capitals, mountains, rivers, attractions, United States, territories, lakes, plains, islands, landforms

By willemmacau

Continental Drift Alfred Wegener

Continental Drift Alfred Wegener

Learning ObjectivesLearn who Alfred Wegener was and state the theory of continental drift.Describe the crust as broken into pieces called tectonic plates.Explain that convection currents within the Earth’s mantle driven by heat released by natural radioactive processes because the plates to move at relative speeds of a few centimeters per year. Evaluate the evidence for continental drift and explain why it was not accepted at the time.Settler:Think pair share – Were all scientists successful?Introduce students to the storys of Mendeleevs early life, Alfred Wegeners life and/or Nikolai Tesla.Starter:Demonstration:Plate tectonic demonstration with biscuits and syrup – see videoPractical:Main 1:Alfred Wegener Songhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1-cES1EktoExplain tectonic plates and continental driftAlfred Wegener SciShow Videohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbU809CyraoMain 2:Pupils answerWhat is the Alfred Wegener’s theory of continental drift. And what evidence did he have for it? (4)Alfred Wegener’s theory of continental drift was not accepted by the scientists at the time. Why? (2)AFL:HomeworkProduce a fake social media page for Alfred Wegener, what sort of things would he be posting about? Some people have already had a go, what would you post about if you were him?

By Rahmich

Igneous Rocks 1

Igneous Rocks 1

Learning ObjectivesBe able to name some igneous rocksBe able to describe how igneous rocks are formed?Explain the difference between intrusive and extrusive igneous rocks.Settler:Starter:Show pupils some igneous rocks, stress which ones they should be able to name later as examples. From the pictures pupils should identify some trends eg crystals and colour.The images can be printed and laminated to do this exercise independently.Demonstration:Practical/ Main 1:Pupils carry out analysis of the igneous rock samples, using naked eye, magnifying glasses/camera phones, porosity test and acid test.Main 2:Pupils to learn the difference between intrusive and extrusive igneous rocks using ppt.AFL:Questions from page 91SPLATHomeworkRead the geology.com article about igneous rocks and how they are formed.

By Rahmich

Earthquakes

Earthquakes

Learning ObjectivesState that earthquakes are most frequent at tectonic plate boundaries.Explain what causes earthquakes suddenly.Explain why people might not evacuate overtime there is an earthquake warning.Settler:Think pair shareAre all earthquakes the same?Which Earthquakes are more dangerous?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6pwlMHpeOtoDo they occur everywhere?Starter:Demonstration:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFB-qpiKccshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOCxNVDiOnEPractical:Main 1:Why might Earthquakes be difficult to predict?Why are the effects of the Earthquake on people who live there?If earthquakes are so destructive why don’t people evacuate everyone there is a mild tremor?Main 2:AFL:HomeworkWhat is your own experience with earthquakes? Has someone in your family experienced a earthquake?Write a diary entry for the day when the earthquake happened (fact or fiction), include any warning you had about the earthquake if you had them and what your response was, wether you thought the earthquake was dangerous and what happened afterwards.Ever wondered why some old buildings survive earthquakes and some don't - turns out the secret is retrofitting.

By Rahmich

Igneous Rocks 2

Igneous Rocks 2

Learning ObjectivesInvestigate how speed of cooling affects the crystal size of minerals.Link the properties of igneous rocks with where they cooled.Use particle diagrams to explain the difference between intrusive and extrusiveSettler:Revision of intrusive and extrusive from previous lesson.Starter:Pupil write their own hypothesis for the practical – discuss what makes a good hypothesis.Fter pupils have done theirs they can asses themselves based on the WAGOLL in the ppt.Demonstration:Practical:/ Main 1:Pupils carry out the salol/lead iodide or stearic acid cooling practical.Main 2:Pupils write an analysis for this experiment, using the mark scheme. Pupils can then peer assess using the markscheme and the WAGOLL.AFL: Ask pupils at the end how giants causeway was made and importantly where? Photographs in ppt.

By Rahmich

Quarrying

Quarrying

Learning Objectives✤ Describe briefly the uses if limestone and how it is quarried.✤ Consider and evaluate the environmental, social and economic effects of exploiting limestone and producing building materials from it. ✤ Evaluate the developments in using limestone, cement and concrete as building materials, and their advantages and disadvantages over other materials.Settler:Starter:Demonstration:Practical:Main 1:Limestone cycle folderMain 2:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehBKETtRImkHow does cement work?AFL:HomeworkTake a look at this article: Worlds largest Open pit Mines (Quarrys)To add extra wow factor I found them on google maps for you: • The biggest iron mine • The deepest mine • The deadliest mineYour task after this lesson will be to prepare yourself for a debate on Quarrying - Is it good or bad? The best pupils will research both sides, and this article will give you great perspective. For example Hibbing Minnesota would not exist at all without the local mine as it provides all the jobs and income for the area. There are lots of positive and negative arguments in the text of the article. You may also want to research easier to read websites such as BBC Bitesize.

By Rahmich

Rivers 4 - Weathering & Mass Movement - GCSE (2016)

Rivers 4 - Weathering & Mass Movement - GCSE (2016)

This is a full 1 hour GCSE lesson that investigates different types of weathering and mass movement. The lesson is part of a unit covering 'Topic 3: Why is there a variety of river landscapes in the UK and what are the processes that shape them?' on the new Ed-Excel B spec, though it could easily be adapted to other specifications or graded down for KS3.Aim:- 'To develop my understanding of erosional and depositional features and processes of river valley's in the UK.'This lesson covers the following themes:- Biological weathering- Chemical weathering- Freeze thaw weathering- Slumps- Soil creep- LandslidesEase of use is the aim, so the lesson includes a compact presentation with instructions and guidance in the notes section below each slide, it also includes referenced handouts with printing instructions and is of course, proof read. Please feel free to leave a review :)Happy teaching!

By HotForest

Geography Year 9 & 8 : 3rd Term : Test 1 & 2

Geography Year 9 & 8 : 3rd Term : Test 1 & 2

Geography Year 9 & 8 : 3rd Term : Test 1 & 2This assessment is usually done after the first three weeks(Test 1) and four weeks(Test 2) of learning to assess the students understanding the the topics taught and covered by the teacher.The assessment is on the following topics:Year 8:Images of a Country, Limestone landscapes of England ,Areas of massive limestone’s ,Yorkshire Dales Limestone Year 9: Population Change & Dynamics

By goodskills75

Areas  Of  Massive  Limestone's

Areas Of Massive Limestone's

Areas Of Massive Limestone'sLearning Objectives:The students should be able to :Define the term limestoneList at least 4 characteristics of massive limestone area. Explain the processes responsible for the development of the features. Discuss the reasons why limestone is special /importance.This slide is essential for teachers who want to teach students of geography in KS 3It's written with detailed pictures/images and with answered revision questions.A must have for teachers of geography.

By goodskills75