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Carbon cycle capers lesson plan

Carbon cycle capers lesson plan

Why do we need to keep carbon balanced? In Carbon Cycle Capers, students learn about how carbon moves throughout the climate system in the exciting illustrated story of Casey the carbon atom. There is also a fantastic interactive game on carbon sinks and sources which reinforces learning. This activity should be run over two sessions if you intend to complete the whole lesson plan. Your step-by-step guide to getting started and all the resources you need are below. Produced in collaboration with the Met Office.
EDF_Energy
THE MURRAY DARLING BASIN OF AUSTRALIA - PART 2 -WATER RESOURCES AND LAND USES

THE MURRAY DARLING BASIN OF AUSTRALIA - PART 2 -WATER RESOURCES AND LAND USES

This is the second unit in the series on the Murray-Darling Basin. It begins with maps indicating the size and variations of climate and landscapes. This is a major agricultural region of Australia though which a network of rivers flow into the major drainage systems of the Darling River (Northern Basin) and the Murray River (Southern Basin). This unit fits into studies of Inland water Basins; River studies; Agricultural studies; History of pre-colonial presence of Aboriginal people; colonial; history; water management systems; river flow modification and diversion ---in fact the more you encounter information the broader the study possibilities become. The pages are designed for classroom projection and discussion. The attachments are provided to give you the opportunity of providing copies (black and white/colour choice) for individual student use. This unit also touches on material covered in Coorong Studies of South Australia and River Realities of South Australia. Take your students into the Murray-Darling Basin by way of maps, data and photographs. There is a range of environments to encounter. The role of water - its availability, variability and quality is the resource foundation that will be the focus of Part 3 in this series.
KPolkinghorne
Supply Teacher/Cover Supervisor Bundle

Supply Teacher/Cover Supervisor Bundle

There are a range of resources in this bundle which can be delivered to students of many abilities from 11-16. Some resources are also applicable to A-Level students. They cover; study skills, English and a range of PSHE/tutorial topics which require little planning. The price of this bundle means that you are getting each resource for less than £1
psyjess
Access to Sanitation - Choropleth Map Skills

Access to Sanitation - Choropleth Map Skills

This lesson looks at: What sanitation is (comprehension activity) Choropleth maps Access to sanitation globally (creating own choropleth map) Checking and writing opportunities All data is provided. You will need atlases for this lesson.
EmmyCD
Water Scarcity in LICs and HICS - Niger vs UK

Water Scarcity in LICs and HICS - Niger vs UK

This lesson looks at how water scarcity affects LICs and HICs, with focus on Niger and the UK as case studies. Lesson includes - describing geographical context of case studies, DARTs, peer assessment, checking, extended writing, stellar model. Please note - I include notes and suggestions in the 'notes' section of the PPT. The home learning texts refers to the new AQA 1-9 text book, but you can substitute this with any information about solving water scarcity that you have to hand.
EmmyCD
Educational Video on Russia

Educational Video on Russia

This resource is made for Geography students who take IGCSE/ GCSE . It shows location knowledge using Russia as a study reference.The resource shows Russia's resource, , land , people and environment. It explains and shows types of occupation , cities where resources are located, social facilities and trade , among other political and social issues.
geo_pal2000
Why/how has globalisation driven tourism?

Why/how has globalisation driven tourism?

A comprehension based activity with graphs and supporting data focussing on the key drivers of the globalised tourist industry. Comprehension questions are differentiated and could be used in line with WJEC 9-1 A Geography textbook. If not, could be differentiated for Year 8 and Year 9 if undertaking units on globalisation or tourism.
alicemay921
How has tourism grown?

How has tourism grown?

An exam question using data from the WJEC 9-1 book, looking at the growth of the global tourist industry. Could be used with Year 8 or Year 9 if undertaking a unit on tourism or globalisation.
alicemay921
GCSE WJEC A - 9-1 Development and Resource Issues L6

GCSE WJEC A - 9-1 Development and Resource Issues L6

Lesson for new WJEC Geography A Syllabus (2018 assessment) on 'What are the consequences of globalisation?' in Theme 6. This is Lesson 6 of the sequence on 'Global Inequalities'. This lesson meets the syllabus guidelines by focusing on one HIC (UK) and an NIC (India). Tasks include: 1. Paired research task (using authentic research) 2. Exam question structure 3. SEN differentiated information 4. Homework or adaptable classwork 5. Peer review suggestion
alicemay921