2004 Tsunami

2004 Tsunami

Two lessons, the causes, effects and responses of the 2004 indian ocean/boxing day tsunami. Two powerpoints and loads of activities to encourage collaborative learning.
superdisco
Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan 11 March 2011

Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan 11 March 2011

I've put together some resources for my classes next week, I think considering what happened on Friday all my lessons will change this week! Hope this is of some help, I've added a very rough lesson plan too but don&'t think it could all be done in one lesson - definately a series here! Andy
andymcfadden
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
The Chernobyl Disaster

The Chernobyl Disaster

Activity C from the popular and acclaimed teaching pack The Bomb Factor. The lesson gets students to explore the effects of the Chernobyl Disaster, as an example of a nuclear explosion. It is relevant to Physics, Geography, Citizenship, and English, as well as helping to meet SMSC, Prevent and British Values requirements. (NB: The map is best printed in A3 size if possible) To view and download the other activities from the Bomb Factor pack, and the pack as a whole (including endorsements), go to www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-bomb-factor-6099436
PeaceEducation
The Chilean Earthquake 2015

The Chilean Earthquake 2015

A PowerPoint, newspaper article, card sort and data capture sheet (Facts, Causes, Effects and Responses) on The Chilean Earthquake of 2015. Learning Objective: to understand that Hazard resistant design and preparation procedures (& evacuation) are key factors in reducing the effects i.e deaths of high magnitude earthquakes. Students work towards answering the question: why did only 13 people die in an 8.7 magnitude earthquake? Higher level students can read the newspaper article and classify the statements in to facts, causes, effects, responses, or you could use the card sort.
mullarkey
Tectonic Processes:  GCSE  Graphic Organisers

Tectonic Processes: GCSE Graphic Organisers

A set of 6 outline graphic organisers for GCSE tectonics (restless earth). Originally made for AQA A, but can be used for other exam boards. In word format so specific case study titles can be added. Easily adaptable for A Level. Also in PDF format for use with iPads and other devices. When used for writing on best used when printed on A3. Organisers can be completed by research, in a market place lesson, using experts etc. The organisers cover the syllabus areas and case study requirements for: * Plate boundaries * Fold Mountain Case Study * Volcanic Eruption Case Studies * Super volcanoes * Earthquake Case Studies * Japanese earthquake 2014 nuclear power problems.
geotec1
Geography Assessment, Tectonics Progress Planning 'No levels'

Geography Assessment, Tectonics Progress Planning 'No levels'

Tectonics progress planning (assessment tasks) which are linked to my Geography Progress No Levels document - included. KS3 and KS4. There are three assessment tasks with success criteria covering three areas of tectonics. Easy to mark assessments as criteria is mark scheme. The assessment encourages better written responses in Geography from pupils. Can easily be converted to levels.
geotec1
Geography:  Progress Planning and Assessment, Pack of 7 topic areas.

Geography: Progress Planning and Assessment, Pack of 7 topic areas.

A value pack of 7 progress point assessment tasks for KS3/4 - save £5 on buying separate. Topics are: Rivers Coastlines Weather and Climate Population Glaciation Tropical Rainforest's Tectonics I devised the descriptors in order to get students to improve their written and skills responses in Geography. The 'No Levels' descriptors can be found within the packs. There are three assessment tasks with success criteria covering three areas of each of the topics above. Success Criteria slips can be given to students as part of their feedback. The assessment encourages better written responses from pupils. Can be used for KS3 or KS4. Can easily be converted to levels. Packs also available individually.
geotec1
Predicting Tsunamis in Europe

Predicting Tsunamis in Europe

In 2004, a tsunami struck Southeast Asia, leaving up to 230,000 dead. A similar scenario could happen on Europe's coasts, with the eastern Mediterranean being particularly vulnerable. European scientists are studying the question and hope to develop a warning system.
GreenTV