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I am a qualified Geography Teacher with four years of teaching experience in both London and Dubai. I have a BSc (Hons) in Geography and Environmental Management and a PGCE in Secondary Geography. I have taught the KS3 British curriculum to KS3, Edexcel and AQA GCSE & AQA AS and A Level Geography. I am currently teaching English as a Second Language in Hong Kong.

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I am a qualified Geography Teacher with four years of teaching experience in both London and Dubai. I have a BSc (Hons) in Geography and Environmental Management and a PGCE in Secondary Geography. I have taught the KS3 British curriculum to KS3, Edexcel and AQA GCSE & AQA AS and A Level Geography. I am currently teaching English as a Second Language in Hong Kong.
Lesson 5: Mt St Helens
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Lesson 5: Mt St Helens

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Today’s Learning Objectives: TK at least 3 facts about the eruption (L3) TU why the volcano erupted (L4/5) TBAT explain the impacts of the eruption (L6)
Lesson 6: Supervolcanoes
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Lesson 6: Supervolcanoes

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TK the difference between volcanoes and super-volcanoes. TU how a super-volcano is formed. To create an educational resource about the Yellowstone super-volcano.
Lesson 1: What is Climate Change?
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Lesson 1: What is Climate Change?

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Today’s Learning Objectives: All: TU what is meant by ‘climate change’ Most: TK what we think causes climate change Some: TU how our activities can cause climate change
Lesson 4: Effects of a Volcano
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Lesson 4: Effects of a Volcano

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To recap the impacts of volcanic eruptions. TU the reasons why humans live near volcanoes. To create an advert explaining why someone would want to live near a volcano.
Grade 1 Phonics: Vowels & Consonants
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Grade 1 Phonics: Vowels & Consonants

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This is for those students whose second language is English. By the end of the lesson, students should know the difference between vowels and consonants. In this lesson, students will cover A, B, C, D, E and F.