A FULLY PLANNED, READY TO USE LESSON ABOUT CORONAVIRUS AND HEALTH GEOGRAPHY. It includes all the useful website links in the notes of the powerpoint slides, has a short video about John Snow (not Game of Thrones JS!) and even gives students the opportunity to map this current epidemic too! Go download and message me to let me know how it is received! Enjoy :)
A fully planned lesson where students watch a special news report and write down the impacts of the flood under SEEP headings. They then use this information to annotate photographs of the flooding and discuss how the news report made them feel.
As homework or a task for next lesson, students are provided with a variety of poems about floods and asked to discuss them and create an illustration to accompany their chosen poem.
Notes are written on each of the slides with links to videos and news articles as well as what to prepare before delivering this lesson.
Learning Objective of lesson: To investigate the volcanic eruption of Montserrat, 1995-1997.
Students locate Montserrat on a map, watch a short video from National Geographic (link to the video in the lesson), they will then complete a table of facts and keywords before moving on to the main activity which is working in groups to create a report on the eruption.
The lesson finishes on a fun game of Taboo using keywords from the Restless Earth unit of study within AQA A syllabus.
A settlement hierarchy is a way of arranging settlements into a hierarchy based upon their population . Ideally used as an introduction to settlement hierarchy pyramids for younger students or lower ability students.
To define what a tsunami is
To describe and illustrate what caused the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004
In this lesson, we have an audio clip which students will listen to and describe what they think they can hear and how it makes them feel, we discuss and explain what a tsunami is and what caused the 2004 tsunami, we look at maps to locate the Pacific Ring of Fire and locate our case study and we have a learning pyramid as our plenary activity which offers a few moments of reflection on their learning.
Complete Powerpoint lesson with clear starter, main activity and plenary exercises. This lesson discusses how Geographical events are reported in the media and breaks down facts under the 5ws…Where? When? Why? Who? What? This lesson will help students create a draft news article.