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Secondary Geography
Teachers’ notes to accompany Understanding Weather Charts
Secondary Geography
By the end of the lesson, you will be able to: Understand isobars and their relationship with wind speed Identify various pressure systems and
Secondary Geography
By the end of the lesson, you will be able to: Identify and explain what a flood plain is Use the internet to search
Secondary Geography
Explore the climate of five different scale periods of the past 2.6 million years and investigate some of the basic processes affecting the climate.
Secondary Geography
The climate of the last 2.6 million years. Supervolcanoes and the Milankovitch cycles. Ice ages and glacial periods.
Secondary Geography
In this lesson we look at the specialist instruments used to measure the weather and how data collected at different locations can be used
Secondary Geography
In this lesson, we investigate what weather is and how it has an impact on our daily lives – our clothes, food, travel, work
Primary
Where is the wind found? When does the wind occur? How long does it last for? Do people like this wind?
Primary
In this activity, students share weather information to work out what the weather is in different places. It is suitable for upper KS1 or
Primary
This is a “Weather” game for use with an upper KS1 class, looking at seasonal and daily weather patterns.
Primary
This is a game for use with a KS2 class, looking at climate zones around the world.
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