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Summary of Weather and Climate links in the KS3 2014 National Curriculum.

   Curriculum Links Other useful resources
Module 1 – Climate Change Nuts and BoltsScheme of WorkGreenhouse GasesKS3 Geography, KS3 Chemistry Climate Change Resources
 RSC resourcesBackground info for teachersKS3 geography Climate, Climate Change and Climate Engineering
  Scheme of Work   
  Leaves as Thermometers   
  Sediment Core Image   
  Sediment Core Key   
  Tree Ring Images   
  Teacher Information Sheet – Ozone   
  Ozone Layer Questions   
Module 2 – Do not believe the hype .. or Should IScheme of Work KS3 Geography, KS3 Chemistry  
 Student Challenge Sheet    
 Persuasive Presentation – Climate Change   Climate Change Negotiations Resource
 Climate Change ScepticismTeachers’ GuideKS3 Geography, GCSE Geography, Chemistry, Combined Science  
  Debate Card 1   
  Debate Card 2   
  Climate Change Scepticism PowerPoint   
Module 3 – Climate Change all around me (Indicators)Scheme of Work Peer AssessmentKS3 Geography, KS3 Chemistry Climate Change in the UK
Module 4 – so what (Impacts)Scheme of Work    
 Afsana MysteryInstructions   
  PowerPoint   
  Cards   
  Criteria levels   
 Day After TomorrowFact or Fiction   
  Answer Sheet   
 De BonoDe Bono Hats   
  Group Summary   
 Global DimensionScheme of WorkFrench  
  Climate Change global dimension – staff   
 Global Dimension – FloodingScheme of WorkKS3 Geography  
  Session 1 – Flooding   
  Session 2 – Flooding   
  Session 3 – flooding and biodiversity   
  Session 4 – Doctor’s report   
  Session 4 – Flooding and Disease   
  Session 5 – flood prepare & prevention   
  Session 6 – Flooding Council   
 MigrationMemory Map   
  Card sort   
 Polar BearPowerPoint   
  Agony Aunt template   
 Impacts PowerPoint    
Module 5 – Climate Change Champions (Mitigation)Scheme of Work    
 Carbon Neutral HouseInstructions   
  Ideas Template   
  Sheet A   
  Sheet B   
  Sheet C   
  Sheet D   
   Sheet E   
  Sheet F   
 Recycling Food MilesFood Miles Factoids   
  Food Miles Factoids as pdf   
  Food Miles Articles   
  Recycling Factoids   
  Recycling Factoids as pdf   
 Sustainable LivingChallenge Point Scores Sheet Summary   
  Challenge 1 – compost   
  Challenge 1 – organic   
  Challenge 1 – food table   
  Challenge 2 – kite   
  Challenge 3 – word search   
  Challenge 5 – community classroom   
  Challenge 6   
  Challenge 7   
  Footprints   
  People Points   
  Planet Poster   
  Student Diary Challenge   
Module 6 – Making the most of it (Adaptation)Scheme of Work    
 What is Climate Change Adaptation    
 What is the Adaptation Challenge     
 Why is Climate Change Adaptation Important?    
 Peer Assessment    
 Student Challenge Sheet    
TreesScheme of Work KS3 Biology (plant reproduction, photosynthesis), Chemistry (carbon cycle)  
 How a Tree Works Scheme of WorkModel comments   
  Peer Assessment   
 Why are Trees Important Scheme of WorkExtended Teacher Notes   
  Sustainable Forest Management Questionnaire   

General Resources

Photostory guidance notes

Diamond Ranking sheet

Acknowledgements

The Climate Change Schools Resources were developed by the Climate Change Schools Project, based at the then Science Learning Centre in Durham and led by Krista McKinzey. A large number of teachers and schools in North East England were involved in their development.

They have subsequently been updated by the Royal Meteorological Society.

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