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My resources are designed to be engaging and purposeful. All feedback appreciated.

My resources are designed to be engaging and purposeful. All feedback appreciated.
Climate Change - The Facts Question Sheet
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Climate Change - The Facts Question Sheet

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Questions for students to answers whilst watching the BBC documentary Climate Change - The Facts, which is available on iPlayer. Questions are in order. There are 22 questions in total but you could remove some if you wish, especially if being used with younger students.
KS3 Antarctica SoW
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KS3 Antarctica SoW

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A full SoW with student work booklet. This has been designed for Year 8 but would be suitable for all of KS3. Consists of 6 lessons and a word search & cross word. Lesson 1: Seven Worlds, One Planet - Antarctica (questions based on BBC iPlayer documentary) Lesson 2: Exploring Antarctica Lesson 3: Climate in Antarctica Lesson 4: How have animals adapted to survive in Antarctica? Lesson 5: The Race to the South Pole Lesson 6: Antarctica under Threat
L3. Why is the rainforest important?
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L3. Why is the rainforest important?

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Title: Why are rainforests important? SUCCESS CRITERIA: I can… Identify… Describe… Explain/Evaluate …. …the goods and services that tropical rainforests provide. Includes key words, categorization task, extended writing (with peer assessment), with a differentiated option for lower ability students.
Coral Reefs KS3 (3 lessons)
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Coral Reefs KS3 (3 lessons)

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A series of 3 lessons investigating Coral Reefs. This is aimed at Year 7 or 8, but could be adapted for younger or older students. Includes video clips, a diamond 9 activity and a board game activity.
Rainforest SoW (KS3)
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Rainforest SoW (KS3)

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A full SoW focused on the Rainforest. There are 7 lessons, plus an assessment and feedback lesson. Lessons includes: Clear success criteria. Key words & definitions. A range of tasks, including extended writing. Activities are designed to be engaging and develop thinking skills. Examples of tasks: Snakes & ladders Diamond 9 Engaging clips Extended writing
L2 . Plants & Animals in the Rainforest
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L2 . Plants & Animals in the Rainforest

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Lesson title: How do animals & plants survive in the rainforest? Success Criteria: I can… Identify… Describe… Explain… …how plants & animals has adapted to survive in tropical rainforests. Students investigate how plants & animals have adapted to the survive in the rainforest. Includes key terms & definitions, a table & informations cards, plus an extended writing task, with peer assessment.
L6. Palm Oil
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L6. Palm Oil

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Title: Should the Government ban palm oil in the UK? Success Criteria: I can describe the impacts of palm oil I can explain the impacts of palm oil I can evaluate these impacts to justify a decision Challenge: I can categorise these impacts as social, economic or environmental Decision making lesson. Builds on evaluation skills.
L3. Threats and the future of coral reefs
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L3. Threats and the future of coral reefs

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This lesson investigates threats to coral reefs and sustainable solutions. Students watch 3 video clips and use the information to complete a table (exemplar answers for self assessment included). The second task is a snakes & ladders board game, which involves students gaining and losing points, depending on how sustainable their actions are.
L7. Sustainable Management of the Rainforest
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L7. Sustainable Management of the Rainforest

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Title: Sustainable Management of the Rainforest Success Criteria: I can… Define the term ‘sustainable’ Describe strategies to protect the rainforest Evaluate strategies to protect the rainforest Fully resourced lesson, which includes a diamond 9 activity and a snakes & ladders game.
L5. Rainforest Destruction
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L5. Rainforest Destruction

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Lesson Title: Rainforest Destruction SUCCESS CRITERIA: I can… Identify… Describe… Explain… …the causes & effects of rainforest destruction A fully resourced lesson looking at the causes & effects of rainforest destructions. Includes a video clip, categorising task and extended writing. Focuses on developing explanation.
Wonders of the World
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Wonders of the World

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Carousel style lesson where students use information sheets to collect information about 6 wonders of the world: Grand Canyon Great Wall of China Victoria Falls Great Barrier Reef Paricutin Machu Picchu Perfect for Key Stage 2, Year 7 or to use as a transition lesson for Year 6.
L4. Rainforest People
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L4. Rainforest People

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Title: Rainforest People SUCCESS CRITERIA: I can… Identify… Describe… Explain… …the lives of rainforest tribes Fully resourced lesson.
L8. Deforestation Assessment
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L8. Deforestation Assessment

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Success Criteria: I can… Define key terms related to rainforests Describe why the rainforest is important Explain the impacts of deforestation Evaluate strategies to protect the rainforest Task: create a newspaper article about rainforest destruction. Clear leveled Assessment Criteria, which can be adapted to fit any school’s own assessment policy. Example and modeling included to support students.
L2. Why are coral reefs important?
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L2. Why are coral reefs important?

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This lesson looks at reasons why coral reefs are important. Includes: Clips A table, which student categorise as social, economic & environmental. Diamond 9 activity. Case study on the Great Barrier Reef. All resources included.
Where does crime happen?
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Where does crime happen?

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Title: Where does crime happen? Success Criteria: I can… Describe spatial patterns of crime in the UK. Explain reasons why some places become crime hot spots. This lesson includes a range of activities, including a choropleth map task.