The objectives of the Powerpoint, animation, video and various worksheets are to identify the three different types of rainfall (frontal, convectional and relief). To investigate and understand the mechanisms behind the different types of rainfall, and to identify and explain the link between areas of high altitude and relief rainfall.
Pupils will annotate a photo and draw a valley cross section. pupils will answer questions on river landforms and write a balanced extended answer to the potential development of landforlms (such as waterfalls) for the tourist industry. useful for an end of unit test.
A clear easy to follow powerpoint with activities included. some slides can be printed off individually and given to pupils as handouts.
Lesson objectives: To know how changes in the growth of settlements benefit some people more than others.
To recognise there are both good (positive) and bad (negative) points of settlement growth.
There are a number of different types of plate boundaries. For each plate boundary you will need to be able to describe (i) the movement (ii) processes which occur and (iii) an example
A differentiated set of worksheets for pupils to complete that achieves the above objective.
Students draw the outline shape of Japan's population structure as it changes over time as it moves through stages of development and the demographic transition model. (Requires access to ICT / Internet)
The teachers' version could easily be laminated and converted into a card sort as a starter plenary activity etc for pupils to place in the correct order.
A worksheet about the 3 layers that make up the Earth (crust, mantle and core) (Year 7)
Useful at the start of a topic on earthquakes and volcanoes and thinking about how the structure of the Earth and the mechanism of plate tectonics links to the global distribution of earthquakes and volcanoes.
A PowerPoint, newspaper article, card sort and data capture sheet (Facts, Causes, Effects and Responses) on The Chilean Earthquake of 2015.
Learning Objective: to understand that Hazard resistant design and preparation procedures (& evacuation) are key factors in reducing the effects i.e deaths of high magnitude earthquakes.
Students work towards answering the question: why did only 13 people die in an 8.7 magnitude earthquake? Higher level students can read the newspaper article and classify the statements in to facts, causes, effects, responses, or you could use the card sort.
3 activities useful for revision or plenary activities. A card sort of events leading to Hitler's rise to power, the use of terror and persuasion in the Third Reich and an activity relating to opposition groups in the Third Reich.
A Behaviour Indicator chart, that corresponds to a matching support plan and Excel Spreadsheet. Very useful for writing behaviour plans and strategies to address challenging behaviour. The indicator chart is good for describing what certain behaviours look like and how they are likely to escalate.
For use with pupils with challenging behaviours including Special Educational Needs, including Autism (ASD) and associated social interaction and communication difficulties.
The Excel spreadsheet can track behaviour over time (also colour coded) and it produces a graph for later analysis.
OCR Geography B (Enquiring Minds) Topic 1 Global Hazards 1.1 How can weather be hazardous?
47 slide PowerPoint activities, films and resources covering:
The Global Circulation system
Extremes of weather in contrasting countries
Distribution and frequency of tropical storms
El Nino ans La Nina
Drought and desertification case study
Use of GIS and Geographical Skills
A Geography Fieldwork Booklet that can be used for GCSE / A-Level Geography Controlled Assessments.
The structure can be applied to other Fieldwork Locations however this one focuses on the River Welland between the counties of Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire.
Teacher's can be selective over how much support to offer students.
The 28 page booklet includes site locations, aerial photos, recording sheets, risk assessments, river processes theory,
Three data capture sheets for research on Volcanoes, Avalanches and Earthquakes, useful for both KS3 and KS4; the worksheets can be used as a writing frame for video notes, Internet research or Library research.
A Geography display that shows the different types of plate boundaries/margins. (destructive, constructive, collision and conservative)
The aim is for pupils to draw 4 labelled diagrams on the blank template of the four types of plate margins.
Pupils then cut out the cube template, fold and stick together and they can then be hung up as a display using string.... The more colourful the better! They are also good for revision aids!
*Please be sure to instruct your pupils to draw their diagrams the correct way round so the diagrams can be read when the cube is glued together!
An assembly providing an unbiased and brief overview of the Syrian Crisis, mainly looking at the differences between migrants, asylum seekers and refugees (who is the distinction important to?)
the desired outcome is to promote discussion about a controversial topic and promote positivity in the face of human tragedy and conflict.
Visit http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-33843918 for a selection of short video clips to enhance the assembly.
Individual / pair or group activity: Label 2 different population pyramids with high/low birth rate, high/low death rate, many/few elderly dependents, high/low life expectancy, corresponding stage in the demographic transition model. The learning outcomes can be achieved via the labeling activity or card sort, there are follow up questions and extension activities relating to Japan's ageing population.