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Map Skills Booklet
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Map Skills Booklet

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This map skills booklet contains everything a student needs to develop a complete range of skills to use an OS Ordinance Survey Map in preparation for the Geography GCSE. This Map Skills booklet contains: Map symbols 4 figure grid references 6 figure grid references Height and relief Scale and distance Revision
Map Skills - 6 Figure Grid Reference
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Map Skills - 6 Figure Grid Reference

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This map skills lesson is about 6 figure grid references. It is suitable for key stage 2 and 3 and takes 50 mins to 1 hour. This includes a template for the 4 cm Pac Man which fits the OS Explorer maps to help students work out 6 figure grid references. The work starts with from works sheets and allows the most capable students to progress to activities students on a full OS explorer map. It contains: Three levels of differentiation Starter and plenary Pac Man templates to fit OS explorer maps Video Engaging game activity Printable resource
Map Skills - OS Map Skills
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Map Skills - OS Map Skills

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This Map Skill lesson reviews all on the previous Map Skills lessons and test the students skills with increasing difficulty. This lesson reviews all the maps skills covered in the first 5 lessons - Map Symbols, 4 & 6 figure grid references, height, scale and distance In addition to the lesson you will require an Ordnance Survey Map. It contains: Three levels of differentiation Starter and plenary Printable resource
Map Skills - Map Symbols
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Map Skills - Map Symbols

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This map skills lesson is about map symbols. It is suitable for key stage 2 and 3 and takes 50 mins to 1 hour. The lesson includes some creative writing where students substitute words for map symbols. Within the presentation are all the printable material to support this lesson It contains: Three Three levels of differentiation Starter and plenary Printable material Engaging game activity Printable resource
Map Skills - Height and Relief
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Map Skills - Height and Relief

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This map skills lesson is about Height and relief including contour lines, spot heights and layer colouring. It is suitable for key stage 2 and 3 and takes 50 mins to 1 hour. The lesson includes how to use potatoes as hills and add contour lines and then analysis the results. It contains: Three levels of differentiation Starter and plenary. Video Engaging game activity Printable resource
Map Skills - Scale and Distance
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Map Skills - Scale and Distance

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This map skills lesson is about scale and distance including estimating, ruler and string. This lesson is suitable for key stage 2 and 3 and you may wish to do this over either 1 or 2 lessons for younger students or those that learn at a slower pace. It contains: Three levels of differentiation Starter and plenary. Video Printable resource worksheet
Africa - Human and Physical Geography
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Africa - Human and Physical Geography

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Africa - Human and Physical Geography. This lesson is designed to help teach students all 54 countries of Africa as well as all the major physical feature of Africa. Students are able to use an atlas to label all 54 African countries as well as all the major physical features of the continent onto the worksheets provided with the lessons. This lesson is suitable for key stage 2 and 3 is suitable for a two lessons each 50 mins - 1 hour lesson. It contains: Three levels of differentiation Starter and plenary Engaging game Progress checker Printable resource In addition to the lesson you will need an atlas.
Map Skills - 4 Figure Grid Reference
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Map Skills - 4 Figure Grid Reference

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This map skills lesson is about compass directions and 4 figure grid references. It is suitable for key stage 2 and 3 and takes 50 mins to 1 hour. The lesson includes an adapted game of Tic Tac Toe incorporating 4 figure grid references. It contains: Three levels of differentiation Starter and plenary. Video Engaging game activity Printable resource
Africa - Improving healthcare and reducing the death rate using drones
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Africa - Improving healthcare and reducing the death rate using drones

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A company called Zipline from Silicon Valley is working with the Governments of Rwanda and Tanzania to deliver blood and emergency medicines by drone. This cost effective and appropriate use of technology is now saving lives every day. Let your students learn how zipline are; delivering their service, creating high value jobs, saving lives, reducing infant mortality and increasing life expectancy. This gives students a contemporary case study which they can relate to with technology that they are familiar with. This project gives the students the opportunity to understand the previous challenges of transporting blood projects across rural Rwanda across vast distances where there are no formal roads. They can also see how this had a direct effect on the death rate of women in child birth. Finally, students can discover the dramatic impact this simple but appropriate technology has had in reducing the death rate in Rwanda. This homework is suitable for both key stage three and four. It contains: Three levels of differentiation Full instructions in a single slide. Links to resources Video
Coral Reef - Introduction
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Coral Reef - Introduction

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This lesson is designed to help teach students the basics about coral reefs. The lesson includes: What is a coral reefs Coral reef distribution Coral bleaching Coral gardening Coral decline The conflict between coral reefs, tourism and development. This lesson is suitable for key stage 3 and 4 is suitable for a single 50 mins - 1 hour lesson. It contains: Three levels of differentiation Starter and plenary. Videos Classroom Carousel Engaging QR codes to access highest level content Printable resource
Praise Cards / Reward Cards with QR Code
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Praise Cards / Reward Cards with QR Code

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These QR Code Praise / Reward Cards are a great way to send praise home to parents. There are four different Praise / reward card templates with inspirational quotes which praise students for great work. The real power behind them is the QR code. This means that the parent or guardian can scans these with their smartphone and this instantly take them through to a URL with the image on YouTube or similar storage website. The real power behind this is when you create a video with a short commentary from the class room and ask the student to comment and what they are pleased with as well. The download contains four card templates and everything else that you need including the instructions to create the QR code. Each card takes less than 60 second to create from these templates.