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Find someone who.. tsunamis/earthquakes

Find someone who.. tsunamis/earthquakes

Useful activity for the start of a tsunami topic to find out who in the class has any basic knowledge of tsunamis. I also use it at the end of the topic to gauge if everyone now knows all of the answers to the questions.
alnowell92
GCSE AQA 9-1 Geography Paper 1 Exam Questions

GCSE AQA 9-1 Geography Paper 1 Exam Questions

This 7 page document provides students with 7 pages of exam questions for the AQA NEW 9-1 Geography paper 1. It covers the following topics: -Natural Hazards -Tectonic Hazards -Weather Hazards -Climate Change -UK Landscapes -Coastal Landscapes -River Landscapes It does not however cover - Ecosystems, Tropical Rain forests, Hot Deserts and Cold Environments. Hope this resource provides useful.
debexley
GCSE AQA Tectonics Revision Pit Stops

GCSE AQA Tectonics Revision Pit Stops

This worked brilliantly! A complete set of revision pit stops for Yr10 or Yr11 pupils, enabling them to target their Tectonics revision. Once pupils have completed one pit stop they can move on to another. In saying this, one activity may take the whole lesson! You will need to ensure appropriate resources are available per station, however, once this is achieved the lesson should move by itself. I have also included the handouts referred to on the PP presentation. Each pit stop has an associated GCSE exam question and 'extension tips'. There are also a number of geographical skills embedded in each task. Everything in this resource matches 2017 AQA GCSE Specification requirements.
vlouisereed
Discovering tectonics and earthquakes through GIS and interactive mapping

Discovering tectonics and earthquakes through GIS and interactive mapping

A short lesson about tectonics using ArcGIS Online - no licence needed. Students learn and see for themselves that most earthquakes occur at the edges of tectonic plates. No real GIS knowledge needed, you have to be able to handle a computer and know how to pan and zoom and turn on/off layers on a map. Background information about how to teach with GIS is included.
jessyfaas