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NEW Alevel - physical geography water + carbon cycle, coasts key word flashcards

NEW Alevel - physical geography water + carbon cycle, coasts key word flashcards

Key terms and definitions for Physical Geography - AQA Alevel. Topics include The Water cycle, The Carbon cycle and Coastal Landscapes. Flashcards of all keywords arranged by topic order or alphabetical order. Flashcards can be cut up and rearranged for revision, testing or class activities. Small, Large and Double Sided cards included. Glossary Provided

By ebrook_

Coniston Water, Lake District

Coniston Water, Lake District

A collection of photos from my own visits to Coniston Water through the seasons. I have used these photos with my students for modules on the environment, tourism, ecology, conservation, and habitats and well as pollution and deforestation. 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 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.

By sarah277

Environmental Management  Yr 10 (Scheme Of Work/Topic To Be Covered & Lesson Plan) Week 1-10: Term 1

Environmental Management Yr 10 (Scheme Of Work/Topic To Be Covered & Lesson Plan) Week 1-10: Term 1

Environmental Management Year 10 (Scheme Of Work/Topic To Be Covered & Lesson Plan) Week 1-10: Term 1. These material covers the Scheme of Work/Topics To Be Covered & the Lesson Plan for Environmental Management for Students in (KS 4)Year 10 covering week 1- 10 (Term 1) It will aid the teacher to write his/her lesson plan and have an insight on the topics to teach for term 1.

By superclassic73

THE VOLCANIC CRATERS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA -FORMATION-ABORIGINAL STORY- TOURIST ASSET

THE VOLCANIC CRATERS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA -FORMATION-ABORIGINAL STORY- TOURIST ASSET

This unit has a focus on the creation of 4 volcanic crater lakes formed between 4000 and 5000 years ago. Through a series of labelled diagrams you will be able to explain the formation stages. The unit ties into the explanation of Aboriginal People who must have witnessed the eruption and the formation. Their story of explanation is added. Mount Gambier owes much of its tourist appeal to the presence of these crater lakes inside the volcanic rims which form a backdrop[ to the city. By broadening the area and studying the map between the two capitals of Adelaide (South Australia) and Melbourne (Victoria) the central position of Mount Gambier provides another reason for tourist stopovers. Broaden the study and Mount Gambier is adjacent to two locations of world significance - the fossil rich Naracoorte caves (World Heritage listed) and Penola which is a location of significance in the story of Saint Mary MacKillop. There are several attachments for you to use dealing with the formation process; the visit to the craters and a summary test sheet with cut and paste graphics. These graphics are clearer in the colour versions but if that isn't possible I suggest you project the colour images and discuss them. This area of South Australia deserves to be a significant tourist attraction which you will understand when you cover the material.This unit supports Destination and Location studies (UK); Natural disasters and landforms studies (Australian Curriculum). It's a bit of a pity that you will be several thousand years late to witness the volcanic eruptions.

By KPolkinghorne

Yosemite National Park Geography Unit PPT and Plan

Yosemite National Park Geography Unit PPT and Plan

A plan and powerpoint resource for 6 Geography lessons on Yosemite National Park. Designed for year 5 could easily be used in year 4 and 6. Written activities include map work, descriptions, research, flow charts, diary entry, glossary, news report, story, persuasive letter, definitions, debates and planning a trip. Each lesson has support activities and challenges. Focused on learning objectives from the new curriculum: Human and physical geography - describe and understand key aspects of: - physical geography, including: climate zones, biomes and vegetation belts, rivers - mountain rangers  Understand latitude, longitude, Equator, hemispheres, tropics, polar circles & time zones  Understand biomes, vegetation belts, land use, economic activity, distribution of resources, etc. describe and understand key aspects of human geography, including: types of settlement and land use, economic activity including trade links, and the distribution of natural resources including energy, food, minerals and water understand geographical similarities and differences through the study of human and physical geography of a region of the United Kingdom, a region in a European country, and a region within North or South America. Each lesson contains information, video links, differentiated activities and all of the relevant resources.

By marich

Geography of Africa

Geography of Africa

This is a really interesting lesson that introduces the geography of Africa and can be used in a variety of different ways. This can be used as a stand alone lesson, as part of a SoW on Africa/inequality/development or as part of project on Africa. This lesson introduces the physical landscape of Africa and encourages the pupils to learn the key features of the great continent. A clever and important lesson.

By laumorrow

Fantastic Places - Scheme of Work

Fantastic Places - Scheme of Work

This is a geography SoW primarily aimed at KS3 but can be adapted to suit KS2 or KS4. The bundle contains eight lessons, one h/w booklet, one revision lesson and one assessment lesson. All are packed full of high quality resources and challenging (but fun!) activities. Please down load the Free lesson on the North Pole to see what the standard of the lesson is like. A well made and well structured SoW.

By laumorrow

Hampi - Welcome to Fantastic Places

Hampi - Welcome to Fantastic Places

This can be used as a stand alone lesson or as the introductory lesson in the Fantastic places SoW. It looks at the amazing India city of Hampi and launches an investigation as to why the city is surrounded by boulders. The students will investigate two ideas: Science and Religion and will need to explain why they believe one over the other. They will also be encouraged to create their own original explanation. A fun lesson with lots to do.

By laumorrow

THE 2008 EARTHQUAKE - SICHUAN PROVINCE CHINA - ANALYSIS OF CAUSE, EXTENT AND IMPACT

THE 2008 EARTHQUAKE - SICHUAN PROVINCE CHINA - ANALYSIS OF CAUSE, EXTENT AND IMPACT

This extensive unit will support locational studies (Asia); physical geography (Earthquakes and tectonic plate activity); and studies of natural disasters. In many areas of the world where tectonic plate edges contact earthquakes minor and sometimes major occur. The area of this study in Sichuan China is particularly prone to earthquakes. Often the world shakes and resettles. However on May 12th 2008 a major earthquake hit this region causing widespread damage, high loss of life and massive dislocation to infrastructure. This unit examines the cause; the extent and the impact. This material has been used at secondary level in Australian schools. The visual material has also been used at upper primary level. Maps indicate location and extent. The world map introduces tectonic plates. Photographs reveal damage and the problems of rescue efforts - particularly in the more remote and less developed mountain areas. This unit can stand alone or it can be integrated with materials with an Asian focus. The added attachments provide check and summary worksheets. The 21st century worksheet broadens the earthquake theme. Start in the mountains of the cover image. Reveal the the events of the earthquake and in summary return to the opening scene in the epilogue to see if anything has changed.

By KPolkinghorne

Physical Geography of Canada

Physical Geography of Canada

A lesson that focuses on the physical geography of Canada, including looking at the rivers, seas and terrain. All the resources that are needed to run the lesson are here including differentiated worksheets, the presentation and maps that can be used if you don't have access to atlases etc.

By krisgreg30