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Secondary Geography
Look at weather data for air mass case studies
Secondary Geography
How fast does a cold front move? An investigation using weather station data
Secondary Geography
What types of weather are good for different sporting events?
Secondary Geography
Looking at the relationship between pressure and rainfall and challenging the assumption that low pressure is the only reason for rain.
Secondary Geography
Introduction Project ideas: 1. How accurate are weather forecasts for my local area?2. A survey of how the temperature changes in my back garden3.
Secondary Geography
More than 20,000 people died after a record-breaking heatwave left Europe sweltering in August 2003. The period of extreme heat is thought to be
Primary, Secondary Geography
We have made a cloud wheel that can be cut out and used to identify clouds. Simply download the pdf, cut out the two
Secondary Geography
Resources to help with identifying clouds and the processes which cause them.
Secondary Geography
Including hail, downdraughts and cloudbursts
Secondary Geography
Mystery: Why do we expect a white Christmas? Use the evidence below to consider: What the chances are of snow at Christmas. The images
Secondary Geography
Key Stage 4 – A series of downloadable lesson plans and teacher’s notes prepared on weather systems for GCSE geography. Produced by Tony Cassidy
Secondary Geography
The word monsoon is derived from the Arabic word ‘mausim’, meaning season. It was first used by Arabic navigators to describe the seasonal winds
Secondary Geography
Anticyclones, Depressions and Fronts By the end of the lesson, you will be able to: Understand the characteristics of depressions and fronts and the
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