A lesson on the process of longshore drift and spit formation. Aimed at high ability year 8 students and therefore easily adaptable for year 9. Includes a detailed lesson plan, presentation (with notes under slides) and any other resources needed.
Case study lesson of a tropical storm (Cyclone Aila, Bangladesh). Includes information sheets, case study cards, exam practise and powerpoint. Aimed at top grade students but easily adapted for the less able.
A lesson examining how technology can help save lives in tectonic zones, looking specifically at the 3 P's for earthquakes. Aimed at the top grade students but easily adapted for the less able.
A lesson for the new ocr (2016) a-level on lapse rates and cloud formation. Aimed at A/A* level so lots of detail and information on the technicalities of airs movement in the troposphere. Includes detailed information on lapse rates, cloud formation and precipitation for the water and carbon based topic 'Earth Life Support Systems'.
New OCR B A-level. Case study of a low energy coastline not in the UK. Focuses on farewell spit and golden bay in New Zealand including place specific formation of landforms, how the landscape system is inter-related and how these landforms change over time. Aimed at higher ability year 12/13 but easily adaptable for less able pupils.
A lesson for the new OCR GCSE on the various causes of drought as well as looking at their change in frequency and magnitude over time. Aimed at top grade students but easily adapted for the less able. Includes worksheets and teacher answers as well as a power point.
A case study of the UK 2012 drought for the Natural Hazards unit. Includes presentation, student worksheet and information pack. Aimed at top grade students but easily adapted for the less able.
A lesson on the recent Nepal earthquake looking at causes, impacts and responses. Includes presentation, case study card for students and an additional sheet with responses on. Aimed at top grade students but is easily adapted for the less able.
Case Study sheet to be filled in on Goat Aid, Tanzania and how it has influenced food security. For the Resource Reliance topic of OCR B GCSE. Used in conjunction with the Oxford textbook.
Lesson on the formation of cave, arches, stacks and stumps. Aimed at high ability year 8 students and therefore easily adaptable for year 9. Includes a detailed lesson plan and presentation (with notes underneath each slide).
Lesson on how the oceans are governed including territorial seas and UNCLOS for the new 2016 OCR B debates topic 'Exploring Oceans'.
Lesson on the theory of sea level rise associated with climate change (thermal expansion and the transfer of water) and the case study of Kiribati islands. Including full lesson and associated resources (including OCR worksheet).
Lesson on globalisation and oceans, including containerisation and shipping routes based around the OCR worksheet. For the new 2016 OCR B A level debates topic 'Exploring Oceans'.
Lesson on how countries use oceans to exert their power including a range of articles used to support a research task. For the new 2016 OCR B A level debates topic 'Exploring Ocean'
A lesson on mapping the global climate belts and investigating extreme temperature, wind and rainfall across the world. It looks at the interaction between the global circulation model and climate. Aimed at high ability students but easily adapted for the less able. Worksheet and detailed resource packs included at the end of the power point.
Aims to teach how to effectively create a split identity when writing creatively including the role of narrative voice and how this is portrayed in film. Based on ActiveLearn textbooks.