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Cave Colouring Page

Cave Colouring Page

A colouring page of Rydal Cave in the Lake District. This is a man made cave as part of the old quarry. Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277
sarah277
AQA GCSE:UK PHYSICAL LANDSCAPES-2. Upland and lowland areas

AQA GCSE:UK PHYSICAL LANDSCAPES-2. Upland and lowland areas

This lesson has been created to address the AQA Geography GCSE specification. It includes; - Starter task - crossword style to assess prior learning. - Clear learning objectives and success criteria linked to the specification. - New information, activities with supporting handout (at the end of the PPT) to identify, describe and explain the lowland and upland landscapes in the UK. - Plenary task is an exam style 9 mark question to review learning. - Further reading slide with appropriate hyperlinked web resources.
clmcdonnell
AQA GCSE:UK PHYSICAL LANDSCAPES-1. Intro to UK physical landscapes

AQA GCSE:UK PHYSICAL LANDSCAPES-1. Intro to UK physical landscapes

This lesson has been created to address the AQA Geography GCSE specification. It includes; - Starter task - to assess prior learning and key knowledge they'll need. - Clear learning objectives and success criteria linked to the specification. - New information, activities (some linked to textbook resource: GCSE for AQA Geography, R. Kitchen et al. Cambridge) with hyperlinked video clip and additional information sheets (at the end of the PPT) to identify, describe and explain the varying landscape in the UK by linking to the different types of geology. - Plenary task to review learning. - Further reading slide with appropriate hyperlinked web resources.
clmcdonnell
Coasts bundle

Coasts bundle

Three very good GCSE (can be adapted for KS3 if needed) lessons on coasts. One lesson on wave and tide formation, another on constructive and destructive waves and as bonus an introduction lesson on coasts. All three lessons have all the elements and the resources required to deliver them. Key concepts and skills covered in the lessons are: 1. How wind, earth and the moon form waves and tides? 2. Swash an backwash 3. Destructive and constructive waves 4. Map skills; using grid references and symbols 5. Diagrams and sketch maps 6. Exam questionnning
suddy23
UK Landscapes

UK Landscapes

Fully resourced lesson identifying, describing and mapping the UK's Glaciated, Upland and Lowland landscapes. Ideal for use at KS3 or introduction at KS4. Direct links with new GCSE 9-1 specifications.
atoorneini
Journey Through Russia Geography KS2 Physical Features

Journey Through Russia Geography KS2 Physical Features

An interesting and detailed lesson exploring the physical features of Russia. An engaging starter is included followed by some fun facts on this unusual country. Then the powerpoint takes you through photo and map analysis of Russia to avoid stereotypes and create a better understanding of this place. Following that maps, videos, images and fact slides show the various biomes, animals, landscapes and weather of Russia. The main activity asks children to stick in a map and plot an imaginary journey through the biomes we have just learnt about. All - Write a blog describing their journey through Russia - what animals, landscapes, weather and physical features did they see? Some - Draw a storyboard of your journey. Challenge - Discuss the difference between rural and urban and ask children to sort the cards for both. All resources included. All reviews welcome.
teachallenjoy
Archaeology Wordsearch Jobs Careers Geology Starter Settler Activity Homework Cover Lesson

Archaeology Wordsearch Jobs Careers Geology Starter Settler Activity Homework Cover Lesson

Wordsearch on the theme of 'Archaeology'. Powerpoint so can be used on the board or printed as a worksheet. Includes space for students to explain the keywords and suggested extension activities. Can take 10 minutes or an hour, depending on which activities the students complete. Ideal for the start of a lesson, a quick filler, a homework, part of a cover lesson or as a plenary on the board with a whiteboard pen. The idea behind these is to get students to become more literate and think independently about the words that could be used to describe the topic being taught. The repetition of the word over and over as they look for the word is useful in remembering the terms. Often the students will pick up on things that you would not normally expect!
mikedean
2017-2018 Year 11 OCR B Revision 2) Distinctive Landscapes: Landscapes of the UK

2017-2018 Year 11 OCR B Revision 2) Distinctive Landscapes: Landscapes of the UK

The aim of the lesson is to revise distinctive landforms and in particular photo analysis skills for Paper 1. My students are in an ICT room so I have created a PowerPoint WITH ANSWERS to deliver from the front of the room and for them to use the ICT facilities or alternatively you can print as a booklet. The settler is map location skills of various upland and lowland places within the UK. These are recapped with ANSWERS in the second slide. The hyperlink can be set as homework but I get the students to watch the first 55 seconds. There are challenge activities throughout that can be verbally recapped as you go through the revision lesson. The starter task is a photo challenge whereby students identify physical and human elements. These can be done as a kinaesthetic task scattered around the room. This activity is consolidated through self or peer assessment and the ANSWERS are in the PowerPoint. The main activities revolve around photo analysis looking at physical/natural, transitory, living, water and human elements. These focus on different landscapes around the UK. Similarly the development works on comparing two photos over time. All activities have ANSWERS. The plenary is geographical hangman using words and definitions created by students.
GJDavis27
Theme 3: Tectonic Landscapes and Hazards

Theme 3: Tectonic Landscapes and Hazards

Complete Scheme of work for new WJEC 2016 Syllabus. All resources and content required to teach optional theme attached. Within content is sample questions, exam technique, framed questions and a topical quiz. Includes key ideas: - 3.1.1 How do tectonic processes work together to create landform features at different scales? - 3.2.1 What are the impacts of tectonic processes? - 3.2.2 How might the risks associated with tectonic hazards be reduced? Note: Lesson on 'Volcanic Impacts' is a two part lesson. Resources are fully differentiated.
joshua_stamp