KS3 - Energy unit - L10 water supplies - fully resourced

KS3 - Energy unit - L10 water supplies - fully resourced

Mild: You will be able to describe in detail the water cycle and accurately complete you bar chart on your daily water use Medium: You will be able to explain the key processes in the water cycle and accurately complete your bar graph, describing ways you can cut down your use. Spicy: You will be able to do as Medium but will illustrate in detail how you can save water and use this data to present it in another form Hot: You will prioritise and justify which methods of water saving you can make
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KS3 - Energy unit - L16 ban ki moon / water wars - fully resourced

KS3 - Energy unit - L16 ban ki moon / water wars - fully resourced

Medium: You will be able to describe ideas that support or do not support his view using evidence form the statements. Spicy: You will be able to explain if conflict in the future will be fought over water using evidence from the statements to support your view. Hot: You will be able to give a two sided argument – reasons why Ban Ki Moon is correct, and possibly incorrect, explained reasons are supported by evidence from the statements. Extra Hot: You will be able to as Hot but your conclusion evaluates the arguments for and against. You explain why one side is more likely to be correct than the other justifying your decision.
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KS3 - Energy unit - L13/14 a world without water - fully resourced

KS3 - Energy unit - L13/14 a world without water - fully resourced

Mild: You will be able to describe which parts of the world are suffering water stress and give examples why there is such pressure on water supplies Medium: You will be able to describe patterns of water stress across the globe and give detailed examples why there is such pressure on water supplies. Spicy: You will be able to describe and explain patters of water stress identifying which are the most important pressures on water supplies Hot: You will be able to as Spicy but link your ideas giving explanations for your priorities on pressure on water supplies
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KS3 - Energy unit - L12 the water problem - fully resourced

KS3 - Energy unit - L12 the water problem - fully resourced

Plain: You will be able to describe several causes and effect of water problems in LEDC’s. Mild: You will be able to Describe in detail the causes and effects of water problems suggesting reasons why they occur. Medium: You will be able to explain what the effects and causes of water problems are and link this to wealth and statistics Spicy: You will be able to link you explanations of the causes and effects of water problems, suggesting how wealth and access to water are linked using a line graph and analysis Hot: You will be able to complete as Spicy above using data, graphs and comprehensive links and reasons in your answer.
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EDUQAS  spec B - unit 1 - L1 patterns of urban change

EDUQAS spec B - unit 1 - L1 patterns of urban change

Lesson Objectives: You should understand what Urbanisation and Megacities are You should practise your graphing and map reading skills You should be able to quote GLOBAL patterns of urbanisation You should be able to identify urban trends in different parts of the world.
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