Using Tree Rings for Past Weather and Climate

Using tree rings to teach weather, climate, correlation, photosynthesis, regression, the carbon cycle, isotopes and more. On the BBC news: the research from Swansea University that supports these resources. 1) Show the Film 2) Play the Game Collect tree ring samples, align the samples to create a 300 year record and see what weather and…

Past Climate Teaching Resources

These resources explore the climate of five different scale periods of the past 2.6 million years. Within each, some of the basic processes affecting the climate are investigated. Please feel free to adapt the resources to the level and ability of the students you teach. Module 1 – the last 2.6 million years: Milankovitch Cycles,…

Climate for Classrooms

Resources to support the teaching and learning of climate change Our changing climate will impact at the global, national and local scales. Through some of the latest scientific data and projections, Climate4classrooms provides curriculum linked teaching resources about climate change for pupils. Resources include: Data sets showing the latest global and national climate predictions Climate…

Climate Change Teaching Resources

Climate negotiations resource for KS3/ 4 geography. Resources to teach the climate of the last 2.6 million years. Using Tree Rings to teach past climate change. A summary of the IPCC’s 1.5 Degree climate change report. A climate change concept cartoon, produced in conjunction with Millgate House. In Depth Climate information from the Met Office….

World Climates

Weather around the world Key Stage 2 Geography What will the weather be like on holiday and how will it affect us? Overview In this activity the children use a range of activity cards to learn about five holiday destinations with different types of climate, and to link tourism and human activity to the weather…

In Depth – Climate (Met Office)

Climate Climate World climates Climate Climate is average weather and its variability over a period of time, ranging from months to millions of years. The World Meteorological Organization standard is a 30-year average. You can find out more about the climate averages on the Met Office website Because the atmosphere interacts with the underlying surface…

CCSP A Level

Environmental Science Scheme of Work Geography Scheme of Work A level Glossary   Curriculum Links Other useful resources Module 1 physical impacts exam specification Met Office poster exam questions resource list sea level rise on Bangladesh Module 1 climate science atmospheric structure exam questions summary questions planets starter structure bingo  structure ppt atmospheric composition exam…

UK Climate

UK climate Contents 1. Introduction    1.1 What is climate?    1.2 Climate overview – the British Isles    1.3 Latitude    1.4 Position relative to continents and oceans    1.5 Position relative to large-scale atmospheric circulation patterns    1.6 Altitude    1.7 Local geographic features 2. Main characteristics of the British climate    2.1 Temperature    2.2 Precipitation    2.3 Wind    2.4 Sunshine    2.5 Visibility 3….