Category Archives: Rivers
For some reason I find waterfalls difficult to teach about. Thanks to Amy Foster who has made a pop-up version task. PowerPoint (3.5mb) Word Template (330kb) Other pop-ups you may like to try… Headland Coastal Protection Hurricane River Basin River Delta C/O Paul Williams
I’m sure there isn’t much OFSTED winning progress, but I just like the effort that has gone into this piece.
Inspired by a mini-movie put together by Victoria Ellis of river scenes and quotes, Year 8 put together a short poem reflecting their emotions about rivers. We’d appreciate your feedback, and, if willing, your location. Molly Download this MP3 – (Right Click) Luke Download this MP3 – (Right Click) Ryan Download this MP3 – (Right […]
Thanks to Paul Williams for sharing this new pop-up model. Pop- up River Delta View more presentations from TonyCassidy. The file can be downloaded from Slide Share or Radical Geography.
A new selection of poems, we would appreciate people taking time to leave a comment on our work. LL Josh R Josh J Marie HA Alice Tara Kerri
Inspired by a Victoria Ellis Enya backed movie, we got in touch with our humanist side and produced poems about rivers. Here are three student contributions. Kari Wade Lucy Myself and the students would really appreciate feedback.
KS3 Geography has been a little more pedestrian, year 7 I’m working on new transition materials, so started by looking at different maps and what they had in common, we then drew maps from memory of our home area. I’ve now added a transition page to Radical Geography. Introduction to mapping View more presentations from […]
Added a couple of bits to the rivers’ page, a rivers harvest (Remember we don’t have tests anymore, all success is deferred.), a penalty shoot-out game and a rivers whole class word search.
Added some new rivers resources. I think something similar has been done with Kung Fu, but I like aerobics- fits nicely with my pacifist tendencies. Just need a dance track now. After going through the different processes I ask students to reproduce them in cartoon form, if available we use MS Paint, some prefer the […]