KS3 Topic - Glaciation Lesson 1 - What are glaciers and where are they located? Lesson 2 - How are glaciers formed and how can they shape the landscape? Lesson 3 - Processes of Glaciation Lesson 4 - Glacial landforms shaped by erosion. Lesson 5 - Glacial landforms shaped by deposition Lesson 6 - What is it like to live in a glacial environment? Lesson 7 - Climate Change vs Glacial Environments Fully resourced lessons with a wide range of activities. Homework sheets and differentiated lower ability worksheets included. Revision A3 sheet a d topic test also included.
Fully resourced lesson, worksheets are attached within the PowerPoint in the printing section at the end. Includes a card sort and memory game -using picture cues to remember the six stages. LO1: To know the three factors needed for sand dunes to form. LO2: To understand the location of sand dunes in the UK based on how sand dunes form. LO3: To be able to identify the characteristics of the six different stages of sand dunes.
Lesson 1 of 8. Lesson Objectives: To be able to define what a glacier is and describe what they look like. To describe where glaciers are located. To be able to explain the location of glaciers.
Fully resourced lesson. Case study for the new AQA spec on the Western Desert. Information sheets are differentiated. Plenary also includes differentiated exam style questions based on target grades. Lesson Objectives 1.) To be able to describe the distribution of the Western Desert. 2.)To know what the development opportunities are and specific information about each one. 3.) To be able to explain how the opportunities benefit the economic development of the area.
2 part lesson on the social, economic and environmental challenges in Rio. Students to compile information onto an A3 sheet with targeted questions on each challenge. Option to work in groups of 3 or individuals. Information sheets attached have been adapted from other resources for the purpose of this lesson. Lesson Objective: To be able to describe the location of Rio. To understand the challenges associated with living in a mega city.
Lesson 4 of 8 Glacial landforms shaped by erosion Corries, arêtes and pyramidal peaks Lesson Objective: To know the key landforms associated with glacial landscapes. Homework worksheet included on ribbon lakes, hanging valleys and U-shaped valleys
First two lessons on Social Influence topic - AS Both lessons within 1 PowerPoint Lesson 1: Lesson Aims: -To know the different types of conformity. Internalisation Identification Compliance Lesson 2: Lesson Aims: **To investigate why people conform. ** -Informational social influence (ISI) -Normative social influence (NSI) To examine research support for social influence.
Double sided A3 worksheet (full lesson). Page numbers refer to blue geography textbook. Works well as revision or cover work.
Templates for 8 round ‘pub quiz’ style revision. Pupils to work in groups of pairs to create the questions for one round each to start off with. Compile all the questions to bring together the quiz - pupils to answer the questions even on the round that they wrote the questions for…surprisingly they don’t always get them all right! Each team/pair gets an answer sheet and the picture round page. Hope you enjoy!
Fully resourced lesson. To know the four different layers of the earth's structure. To understand the difference between oceanic and continental plates.
Lesson 3 of 8. Lesson Objectives: To know the four main processes operating in a glacial valley. To understand how specific processes such as plucking, freeze thaw and abrasion shape the landscape. To be able to link glacial processes to explain the landscape they have left behind. LA structured worksheet included
Introduction lesson to earthquakes Consideration of 3 main factors which may influence the damage caused by earthquakes. LO: To understand what they are, how they are measured and what damage they do. Includes worksheet
Lesson Objective: To investigate the 2005 Pakistan earthquake and find out why it caused so much damage. Low amount of teacher input required. Information sheet featuring causes and effects. Worksheet includes distinguishing between primary/secondary effects and social, economic and environmental. 2 tasks which involve extended writing to encourage deeper thinking.
To understand the stores and processes of the hydrological cycle. Fully resourced - worksheets attached to the end of PowerPoint. Includes key words and definitions homework for rivers topic.
Fully resourced information sheets for each boundary and worksheet. Includes plenary quiz. Aim of this lesson is: To understand the tectonic activity associated with four different plate boundaries.
Includes starter activity, ring of fire quiz, extended writing activity and plenary worksheet Lesson Objective: To be able to describe the distribution of volcanoes and earthquakes and understand how tectonic plates move.