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"Danger, Earthquakes" Short Answer Quiz

"Danger, Earthquakes" Short Answer Quiz

“Danger, Earthquakes” Short Answer Quiz is a two-part quiz. Students answer part A and then find the evidence to support their answer in part B. There are five questions (inference, author’s purpose, main idea, and context clues/multiple meaning words) meant to accompany “Danger, Earthquakes.” We used this together to practice question analysis and finding the supporting evidence in the text as practice for 2nd grade quarterly exams.
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SPaG and Maths SATs Facts Twin Pack

SPaG and Maths SATs Facts Twin Pack

Be ready to destroy SATs this year with Vocabulary Ninja's SPaG and Maths SATs Facts! Get both packs in the neat twin pack saving you time and money! This twin pack has close to 1600 questions with corresponding answer sheets! **Plus recieve a bonus free Topic Vocabulary Pack, just to get a flavour for them!**
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Mountains Topic Vocabulary Packs

Mountains Topic Vocabulary Packs

This 15 page Mountains TVP will help bring to life your Mountains topic! The ninja has carefully selected 4 key areas to study and explore! Created exciting lists of topic-focused nouns, verbs and adjectives to enhance pupil writing. Researched etymologies of Mountain words for you to teach. The ninja has even provided a unique Vocabulary Ninja reward system (including certificates), branded display resources, and blank templates of Synonym Alley and Vocabulary Laboratory activities. The ninja has even supplied two pages of teaching techniques, helping you bring to life each resource.
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Sand Dunes

Sand Dunes

Sand dunes are created by the wind usually along a beach or in a desert. When the wind blows sand into an area behind an obstacle, such as a rock, bush or skeleton, where it is sheltered, dunes begin to grow as grains of sand accumulate. This worksheets helps students to understand how sand sunes are formed, their make up and the eight different types of dunes and where they are found around the world.
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KS3 - Tectonic Hazards

KS3 - Tectonic Hazards

Four lessons on Tectonic Hazards. Ideal introductory lessons for pupils with no previous knowledge on the subject. Lesson 1 - Structure of the Earth Lesson 2 - Plate Boundaries Lesson 3 - Earthquakes Lesson 4 - Pakistan Earthquake 2005 Case study: Pakistan Earthquake 2005 All fully resourced with clear learning objectives, key words, starters and plenary's.
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Structure of the Earth

Structure of the Earth

Fully resourced lesson. To know the four different layers of the earth's structure. To understand the difference between oceanic and continental plates.
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Coasts

Coasts

A fully resourced series of lessons for a coast unit that have been created as a part of a GCSE topic. Great, fun and creative lessons that can be used for all of your geography classes!
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Coastal erosion at Happisburgh - Theme 1 WJEC A

Coastal erosion at Happisburgh - Theme 1 WJEC A

This is the 8th lesson that I have created for the coasts section of Theme 1 for the Geography WJEC a 9-1 Specification. The lesson begins with an interactive starter and then continues to walk through the basic's of the Happisburgh case study. The lesson ends with a plenary.
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Factors effecting coastal erosion - Theme 1 WJEC A

Factors effecting coastal erosion - Theme 1 WJEC A

This is the 7th lesson that I have created for the coasts section of Theme 1 for the Geography WJEC a 9-1 Specification. This lesson starts with an engaging starter activity and then continues to loos at how weather and geology can affect the rate of coastal erosion, and ends with a plenary. The lesson will need the worksheet attached- and if there is time I normally give students the exam question (attached to the model answer) and then show them the model answer.
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Coastal Geology  - Theme 1 WJEC A

Coastal Geology - Theme 1 WJEC A

This is lesson 4 of coasts (Theme 1) for the WJEC Geography A 9-1 specification. The lesson starts with 10 questions for students to answer (I did printed the resources and got students to do it in pairs). Then the lesson explains the differences between consolidated and unconsolidated rock types, followed by an experiment for students to complete. You will need a a few rocks for students to test them for strength etc. I managed to get mine from the science department. The lesson ends with an exciting plenary.
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