The Amazon Rainforest

The Amazon Rainforest

This 44 page booklet helps students to explore the Amazon Rainforest; the animals found it it, the people who live there, what it provides us and how we are affecting it. The tasks include class, group and individual activities. Chapters include: What And Where Are The Worlds Biomes? What Is An Ecosystem? What Is A Rainforest? What Defines A Rainforest? How Does The Rainforest Run? Iguazu Falls How Is The Rainforest Structured? How Have Plants Adapted To Living In The Rainforest? Who Lives In The Rainforest? Who Else Lives In The Rainforest? The Kayapo Tribe The Yanomami Tribe The Matsés Tribe The Awa Tribe Who Else Lives In The Rainforest? What Does the Rainforest Give Us? How Are We Affecting The Rainforest? Can The Urucu Gas Project Provide Energy Without harming The Environment? Could You Survive The Rainforest?
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Tribes Around The World

Tribes Around The World

This 48 page booklet introduces the students to some of the many tribes still found around the world, it helps them to understand their individualities, as well as their struggles and accomplishes over their harsh environment and the ever changing modern and outside world. Chapter titles include: Choosing A Place To Settle What Is An Indigenous Tribe? Where Are Some Of The Worlds Tribes Found? Living In The Rainforest The Kayapo Tribe The Yanomami Tribe The Matsés Tribe The Awá Who Else Lives In The Forest? Living In The Mountains The Chagga People The Sherpa People The Quechua Tribe Living In The Desert The San People The Matmata People Living On An Island The Pitcairn People Living In The Arctic The Inuit People Living In The Savannah The Maasai Tribe Creating Your Own Tribe
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Seven Original And New Wonders Of The World And Natural World

Seven Original And New Wonders Of The World And Natural World

This 69 page booklets allows the students to explore and discover the Seven Original and New Wonders of the World and Natural World through a range of different activities including individual and group tasks. Wonders include: The Original Seven Wonders Of The World The Colossus Of Rhodes The Great Pyramid Of Giza The Hanging Baskets Of Babylon The Lighthouse Of Alexandria The Mausoleum At Halicarnassus The Statue Of Zeus At Olympia The Temple Of Artemis At Ephesus The New Seven Wonders Of The World Chichen Itza Christ The Redeemer The Great Wall Of China The Taj Mahal Machu Picchu Petra The Roman Colosseum The Seven Natural Wonders Of The World Grand Canyon The Great Barrier Reef The Harbour At Rio De Janeiro Mount Everest Aurora Borealis Paricutin Volcano Victoria Falls The New Seven Natural Wonders Of The World Iguazu Falls Halong Bay Jeju Island Puerto Pricesa Underground River Table Mountain Komodo Island Amazon Rainforest
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Coastal Management - Conflict of Interest

Coastal Management - Conflict of Interest

Coastal management depends on the understanding and pulling together of the different people who use the coastline to cope with the physical processes impacting on the area. The different techniques used will have positive and negative impacts depending on their interests. Tourism, industry, fishing, trade and transport are all land uses along the coastline but with varying interests. These worksheets helps students to understand these different interests and how they can cause problems to one another. The different types fo hard and soft enginerring techniques are discussed as well as whether they think our coastlines should be protected or left to develop naturally.
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Coastal Processes

Coastal Processes

The sea, action of waves and their processes are what shape our coastlines, with their power being the most significant force of coastal change. These worksheets look at the processes of waves: consgtructive and destructive, coastal ersonsion, transportation and desposition using a varity of different activities to engage the students.
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Depositional Landforms

Depositional Landforms

The sea, action of waves and their processes are what shape our coastlines, with their power being the most significant force of coastal change. These worksheets look at the formation of beaches, spits, tombolobs, bars and sal marshes using a varity of different activities to engage the students.
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Erosional Processess

Erosional Processess

The sea, action of waves and their processes are what shape our coastlines, with their power being the most significant force of coastal change. These worksheets look at the formation of wave-cup platforms and notches, headlands and bays, caves, arches, stacks and stumps using a varity of different activities to engage the students.
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Coastal Assessment - Dorset, Its Landforms, Uses And Conflicts

Coastal Assessment - Dorset, Its Landforms, Uses And Conflicts

This coastal assessment is made up of two parts: Part One - Produce an educational leaflet for the Dorset Tourist Board to give to secondary school teachers who bring school groups to the Swanage Bay area. Part Two - Decision Making Exercise - The Swanage Borough Council is considering a proposal to build a marina across a part of Swanage Bay.
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Coastal Features On A Map

Coastal Features On A Map

Being able to identify coastal features on a map is an important skill to have as it can often come up in exams. These worksheets help students to use the knowledge they have gathered to identify the features on the map pieces from the additional sheet, sketch the feature and describe how it is recognised.
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Beach Formation

Beach Formation

Everyone knows what a beach is but can you descibe on ein geographical terms? Beaches are made up of sand, pebbles, shingle and boulders formed by the processes of waves. The combination of these are in no way constant and contain a verity of types, shapes and sizes. This worksheet helps students to define a beach using geographical terms and explain how the materials size and shape change as they near the sea, and how this could have occurred
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Coastal Erosion

Coastal Erosion

Destructive waves erode the coastline in four ways. This worksheet looks at these, their descriptions and uses ‘kung fu’ moves to help them remember the key terms as a bit of added fun.
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China's Population

China's Population

In the past China’s population grew extremely slowly compared to its rapid increase in recent years. For the population to double from 50 million to 100 million it took China nearly a thousand years, however it took only forty years to double from 500 million to 1000 million! These worksheets look at population graphs, China' One-child policy, population pyramids and how to draw and interperate these.
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China's Culture

China's Culture

The culture of a group of people is their way of life. It includes their customs, hobbies, foods, fashions, beliefs and traditions; these are dependent of the country they live in, family background, sex and age. Many parts of the world are multicultural which means many different groups of people live alongside one another as a result of moving to new areas to live ad bringing their cultures with them. This is a chance for your students to get out of your seats and, sensibly, move around the classroom gathering evidence with their classmates to learn about China's culture.
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The Three Gorges Dam, China

The Three Gorges Dam, China

The Three Gorges is a narrow, steep sided part of the Yangtze River, at five thousand kilometres one of the world’s longest rivers. The valley is home to over four hundred million people and provides over sixty per cent of Chinas rice crop. In 1992 the Chinese government agreed to building the Three Gorges Dam. At an estimated cost of between £17 - £21 Billion and more than two kilometres long and one hundred and fifty meters high it will be the biggest dam in the world at completion in 2009. These worksheets look at the positive and negatives of building the dam, the consiquences and leads to the opposrtunity of a class debate as to whether the Chinese government were right to build the dam.
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China's Climate

China's Climate

As China is such a large country it’s not surprising to find that the climate varies from place to place and that these variations have different impacts of people’s lives. These worksheets help students to understand climate graphs, how to read ad draw them. They also give them a chance to develop their own graph and peer mark eachothers ideas with supporting comments.
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A Cup Of Tea

A Cup Of Tea

Not many of us consider where our early morning cup of tea comes from, or at least no further than the kitchen cupboard or local supermarket, but the humble tea leaf has been on quite a journey. There was a time when it was all quite simple and it all came from China, however today there are thousands of tea estates across the world. These worksheets look at where our tea originates from, how it was discovered and how it transfors fron a green leaf to the bag we pop into our mug.
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Who Lives In The City?

Who Lives In The City?

Brazil’s cities are renowned for their rich/poor divide. Favelas, the term used in Brazil for the shanty towns, have grown up on the outskirts of urban areas since the late 19th century. The people who arrive in the city are usually very poor. They have come from the countryside believing the city will be a better place to live providing them with jobs, money and a brighter future for their families. These worksheets put the students in these people shoes and have them try to make the difficult decisions poor people in Brazil, as well as other countries, have to make about moving, once moved and dealing with their choices.
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Brazil's Culture

Brazil's Culture

This is a chance to hand over to your students and have them lead their own learning by gathering information from different sheets of information. Simply dot around the room the resources which tell the students about different areas of the Brazilian culture, the flag, national emblems, dress, sport and Salsa for the students to read and answer the questions.
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How To Draw A Pie Chart

How To Draw A Pie Chart

Pie charts can sometime appear to be complicated to draw but by following these instructions your students will be able to eliminate their fears and find it quite easy.
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Tea And Coffee

Tea And Coffee

These worksheets look at how our tea and coffee are made and produced as well as where. The history of how they were discovered are also looked at.
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A Taste Of China

A Taste Of China

When many think of Chinese food, the dishes that come to mind are typically egg rolls, chow mein, or sweet and sour pork. Fruit and vegetables from China are not usually considered, though we might eat some without realising it originated from China. These worksheets look at foods which originate from China and gives the students a chance to taste five different fruits and vegetables which originate from China.
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