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Physical Features of Northern Ireland

Physical Features of Northern Ireland

A Crossword to help embed some of the names of rivers, loughs and mountain ranges in Northern Ireland. Answers included for weaker pupils, but can be deleted as this is a fully editable Word document.
floosiehuntley
Wordmats

Wordmats

Printed on A3 and laminated these wordmats help to promote literacy within Geography. The wordmats offer help with keywords, command words, difficult spellings, presentation and how to structure case study information. For an extra resource, consider printing a world map on the reverse.
Geo_Rave
UK Connections with the World

UK Connections with the World

Complete and fully resourced lesson mapping the UK's connections with the rest of the world. Includes main trading partners for imports and exports. All tasks includes extension activities to stretch higher ability students, assessment task and marking feedback proforma. Could be used at KS3 or GCSE. Excellent introduction for new GCSE 9-1 spec.
atoorneini
Factors affecting climate in the UK: Air masses (Eduqas and AQA) Part 1

Factors affecting climate in the UK: Air masses (Eduqas and AQA) Part 1

This lesson covers the different air masses that affect the UK as well as key terms students have to decipher between weather and climate so that they understand the differences. Students have to use the information cards to locate the air mass and its features and then apply this information to summary reports that can be peer mark. This is the first part in the lesson of what impacts weather and climate in the UK. All resource are contained in addition to worksheets that can be adapted and all lesson and teaching materials.
Jillylo12
Everything I Needed When I First Started Teaching Geography

Everything I Needed When I First Started Teaching Geography

Geography Bundle This resource is everything I needed when I first started teaching Geography. It targets children from the age of 8 through to 16. It includes: 1) Every possible outline map for Britain, Europe and the rest of the World. 2) Basic Skills for teaching mapwork. 3) How to interpret pictures into field sketch images. 4) A Fact File Project that links Geography and IT at a very basic level. There are also many challenges offered for writing sentences and passages using geographical terminology and vocabulary. This bundle is a special offer to young teachers of Geography in the Secondary sector (KS3 and 4) and Junior School Teachers who are responsible for delivering Humanities at Key Stage 2 Level. The whole package makes up 100's of lessons.
IanPCostaDelSol
What is Geography?

What is Geography?

This lesson has been designed as an introduction to Geography. The PowerPoint is clearly structured with; - Getting started into the new academic year slide - with a reward map that can be stuck in the front of the books (this can be found on the last few slides of the ppt). - A starter to assess prior knowledge - Clear learning objectives with success criteria - Activity with supporting information sheets about the different types of Geography (human, physical and environmental). - Plenary activity to help evaluate understanding of the different types of geography. - Homework task outlined.
clmcdonnell