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Natural Hazards

Natural Hazards

A full set of 8 lessons including: What is a hazard?, layers of the earth, plate boundaries, volcano and earthquake formation, hazard comparison and prepare, predict and protect. Also includes a full revision lesson and assessment complete with mark scheme.
Geo_Rave
Essay Writing: Second Collection

Essay Writing: Second Collection

Here are five Essay Writing titles in one bundle. Each eBook contains one or more piece of writing and instructions and guidelines for writing an essay (including multiples possible essay topics) using the piece of writing as a starting point. The titles are on the following themes: Building Iron Bridges; Short Stories/Space Travel; Survival & Rescue (true accounts); Volcanoes (Mount Vesuvius); Wit & Humour.
canadianwinter
Can We Predict Volcanic Eruptions?

Can We Predict Volcanic Eruptions?

Geography science experiment using party poppers to show how hard it is to predict when a volcano will erupt. #Volcano #EarthForces #Geology #STEM in Geography Powerpoint and Worksheet accompanies the "Earth Learning Ideas" lesson plans. Adapted from Earth Learning Ideas 90 and 110.
sarmits
Lesson 6: Supervolcanoes

Lesson 6: Supervolcanoes

TK the difference between volcanoes and super-volcanoes. TU how a super-volcano is formed. To create an educational resource about the Yellowstone super-volcano.
NattyP1989
Lesson 5: Mt St Helens

Lesson 5: Mt St Helens

Today’s Learning Objectives: TK at least 3 facts about the eruption (L3) TU why the volcano erupted (L4/5) TBAT explain the impacts of the eruption (L6)
NattyP1989
Lesson 4: Effects of a Volcano

Lesson 4: Effects of a Volcano

To recap the impacts of volcanic eruptions. TU the reasons why humans live near volcanoes. To create an advert explaining why someone would want to live near a volcano.
NattyP1989
California's natural hazards Case Study

California's natural hazards Case Study

Explains why California experiences different types of natural hazard based on global location, plate boundaries, climate and human influence. Also discusses vulnerability and capacity to cope.
astarlevels
Natural Hazards and Climate Change

Natural Hazards and Climate Change

Includes: Disaster risk equation Defining hazards Why are hazards increasing but deaths decreasing? Global warming as arguably the biggest hazard Geophysical hazards Types of plate boundary Hydro meteorological hazards Climate change Evidence of climate change Natural causes of climate change - orbit, solar output, meteor, volcanoes Human causes of climate change Impacts of climate change Coping with climate change Kyoto Protocol The future challenges of our world
astarlevels
GCSE 9-1; Ecosystems - types of coral reef and Darwinian theory of atoll formation

GCSE 9-1; Ecosystems - types of coral reef and Darwinian theory of atoll formation

In this lesson students are reminded of the location of reefs before being introduced to the conditions that they grow in. They are then given a table to complete about fringing reefs, barrier reefs and atolls. To help them do this there are information cards about each type of reef including photos, diagrams and maps. When they have completed this the answers are on a slide for pupils to check their work. Next they are introduced to a map showing the route of Darwin's voyage, then the concept of eustatic sea level change and reminded about the conditions needed for coral to grow. Then they are given a diagram of all three reefs and asked to consider how a fringing reef can become a barrier reef and then an atoll (the Darwinian theory of atoll formation). Finally they could also consider that most atolls are formed on volcanic islands and the impact of coral growth on those islands. All resources are included in the PowerPoint.
ReallyGoodGeography