A worksheet that will allow students to use an OS Map of Sheffield to practice their use of 4 figure grid references. This sheet has additional support for students that are not confident with 4 figure grid references yet.
*(Sheffield OS map/map section needed)
6 consecutive lessons on the Great Barrier Reef exploring its importance, the threats to it and possible ways to protect it.
Suggested order is Introductory lesson, followed by ‘Importance’, ‘Threats’, ‘Assessment’, ‘Protection’ and finally ‘Dragon’s Den’.
A presentation and accompanying resources that provide a broad introduction to the characteristics of the Great Barrier Reef.
Students learn about the conditions needed for coral to grow as well as the distribution of reefs worldwide.
Three rounds of themed map skills questions to test your class and revise this set of skills.
Personal photos of the class teacher have been removed and replaced with a cartoon image, these can be replaced with photos of the actual teacher to add excitement and a personal touch to this quiz.
A presentation and accompanying resources that provide the structure of a ‘Dragon’s Den’ lesson. Student’s must design present and promote strategies to protect the Great Barrier Reef using their own ideas.
A presentation and accompanying resources that provide the structure of an assessment. This aims to assess student’s understanding of the importance/value of the Great Barrier Reef and includes a starter activity.
A simple worksheet to familiarize students with 6-figure grid references. Questions ask students to write down the grid reference of certain symbols on the grid above. There is also an open ended extension task that can be done on the sheet.
A simple activity in which students are to match the contours on the left, with the matching image in the center and the description on the right. Two copies are contained on this sheet which is to be cut in half before used.