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Recommended Resources to Support the Teaching of Weather and Climate within this Specification

Other recommended resources:

The Global Atmospheric Circulation

Some introductory ideas on climate zones.

Coriolis movie.

We also recommend:

The nullschool animation of current surface winds.

Other useful links.

Climate Change

Teaching resources for KS3 and 4.

Some introductory resources on climate and climate change.

Climate Change Schools Project resources.

Climate change updates for geography teachers.

Climate4Classrooms resources.

Other useful links.

UK climate – temperature, wind and rainfall

An introduction by the Met Office.

Air Masses – there are many more air mass resources on the key stage 4 page.

A case study of arctic maritime air.

A case study worksheet of orographic rain can be found on the key stage 4 page.

A Met Office YouTube video on Wind Direction and weather.

An introduction to anticyclones, depressions and fronts.

A case study of the 2003 heat wave.

A case study of the 2013 heat wave.

An introduction to weather systems.

November 2012 floods.

1987 storm.

Other useful links on climate and weather systems.

Tropical Cyclones

Work scheme on extreme weather including tropical storms (aimed at A level but could be adapted).

Other useful links.

Drought

An introduction.

Further KS4 resources.

Follow this link to the EdExcel website for the full specification

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