Marking time-buster. 50 ideas

Marking time-buster. 50 ideas

You will save countless hours of marking time with these ingenious ideas. INSTEAD OF......(common mistake), try................(new time saving solution!) These are highly praised and have been adopted at whole-school levels. 50 great ideas with scanned examples (If you search '300 lesson activities - you will see that my products are popular here on TES. This product is just as good!).
whizzbangbang
Year 3 Geography; Mountains, Volcanoes and Earthquakes unit

Year 3 Geography; Mountains, Volcanoes and Earthquakes unit

A complete set containing unit plan, teaching resources and notes, children's workbooks and assessment documents. In this unit the children will be introduced to three key physical geographical features – mountains, volcanoes and earthquakes. They will explore each feature, learning what they are, how they occur and where in the world we can find them. The children will increase their understanding of the concepts of physical geography, they will develop their mapping skills locating major physical features. They will build upon existing geographical knowledge and continue to develop their understanding of the planet Earth. This unit aims to develop the children’s curiosity and interest in the geography of our world and how our planet is constantly changing. The PowerPoints for this unit are available to download free of charge.
Scousesquirrel
Natural Disasters

Natural Disasters

Let’s learn about Natural Disasters! This worksheet includes 25 pages with a large variety of activities and exercises about natural disasters. The materials have informative exercises about many different kinds of disasters such as landslides, tornadoes, tsunamis, hurricanes, epidemics and many others! Crosswords, word searches, puzzles and other kinds of activities are included to make it a fun and interesting class. Overview: Page 1-3: Introduction Page 4: Tsunamis Page 5-6: Volcanic Eruptions Page 7-8: Hurricanes Page 9-10: Earthquakes Page 11: Tornadoes Page 12: Droughts Page 13-14: Floods Page 15: Avalanches Page 16: Landslides Page 17: Blizzards Page 18-19: Thunderstorms Page 20-21: Epidemics Page 22-23: Wildfires Page 24-25: Revision EXTRA: Compact version of the unit (16 pages) Crossword puzzle on types of natural disasters Cut ‘n Paste puzzle The answers and an answer sheet are included. The following questions are just a few examples of the different things that are being handled in the worksheet: - What is the difference between a Hurricane, Typhoon and Cyclone? - Which disasters caused most casualties and which ones cause most damage? - What is a tsunami and how is it triggered? - How does an earthquake work? - What is the difference between a tornado and a hurricane? - How do tornadoes form? - What is Ebola? Keywords: Nature, Hurricane, Typhoon, Cyclone, Magma, Lava, Volcano, Volcanic Eruption, Natural Disaster, Earthquake, crust, tectonic plate, Flood, Landslide, Mudslide, Landfall, Rescue worker, aid, Drought, Thunderstorm, Lightning, Avalanche, Dust storm, sand storm, tidal wave, debris, victims, Ebola
willemmacau
Earthquakes

Earthquakes

Let's learn about Earthquakes! These NO PREP materials contain informative exercises about earthquakes. Lots of puzzles and other fun activities are included to make it a fun class. The answers and an answer sheet are included. Overview: Page 1-2: Introduction to earthquakes Page 3-4: How do earthquakes form? Page 5: Dangerous earthquakes in history Page 6-7: Interesting Facts Page 8: How to survive an earthquake? Page 9: Word Search Page 10: Reflection Extra: Natural Disasters Word Search with pictures! You might also like these worksheets: Blizzards Floods Hurricanes Landslides Tornadoes Tsunamis Volcanic Eruptions Wildfires You can save money by purchasing the bundle! Natural Disasters Bundle Keywords: surface, earth, crust, mantle, shaking, foreshocks, mainshocks, aftershocks, hypocenter, epicenter, magma, tectonic plates, fault lines, seismic waves, San Francisco, Richter Scale, Nepal, magnitude, Ring of Fire, drop cover and hold method.
willemmacau
Earthquakes in the Natural History Museum

Earthquakes in the Natural History Museum

This booklet was made for a KS3 trip to the Natural History Museum, London. The front of the booklet has a table indicating what the pupils are to take away from the trip (green = lower ability to blue = higher ability). The higher ability tasks include the entire booklet and blue boxes. I hope this helps anyone who is planning a trip but needs some resources to go with it. The answers can also be assessed (WWW/EBI) when you're back in school.
sarafalcone
Inside the Earth!

Inside the Earth!

Everything your students need to know about the earth's interior, plate tectonics, earthquakes and volcanoes in one activity! It also includes extension activities suitable for 7-8th grade students. My students are always curious about the formation of the earth, the cause and effects of geological phenomena and are happy to search for information and examples to support scientific explanations. Plus you can highlight Cause and Effect and have your students Analyzing and Interpreting Data. The educational resource consists of the worksheet that serves as a step-by-step guide for the teacher and students through all the important topics about the inside of the earth in a comprehensive way.
vkioupi
Natural disaster reporrt template

Natural disaster reporrt template

A fill in the blank template to create a report on a natural disaster. Can be used as a written task or as a script for recording/presentation/ speaking and listening assessment. Can be easily adapted to refer to any place in the world.
ljj290488
Haiti, 2010 Worksheet

Haiti, 2010 Worksheet

Worksheet for Haiti 2010 earthquake with background, effects and responses. Also space for notes on the TED talk 'Haiti - A disaster of engineering?'
alicetaylor92
Plate tectonics cube display (4 types of plate margin)

Plate tectonics cube display (4 types of plate margin)

A Geography display that shows the different types of plate boundaries/margins. (destructive, constructive, collision and conservative) The aim is for pupils to draw 4 labelled diagrams on the blank template of the four types of plate margins. Pupils then cut out the cube template, fold and stick together and they can then be hung up as a display using string.... The more colourful the better! They are also good for revision aids! *Please be sure to instruct your pupils to draw their diagrams the correct way round so the diagrams can be read when the cube is glued together!
mullarkey