Following on from part.1, here are my favourite lessons/activities. No particular order or topic. I’m sure I’ve missed ideas. Minigeogs – a creation of Alan Parkinson (@Geoblogs), great creative homework task. Top Trumps– brilliant strategy for a range of topics, I tend to use them as an opportunity to explore the level of a country’s […]
I think after a couple of years everyone has the ‘stock’ lesson/activity they know will work year in year out without adaptation. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with this, why reinvent the wheel. I thought I’d ask colleagues for their ‘stock’ geography lessons.
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
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I’ve been enjoying having a play with the Draw Something app, since students introduced it to me. This week it has become one of the fastest selling of all time. It’s a little like taboo but on your favourite device. Jumping on the bandwagon, until they produce a geography version, I’ve produced some cards (1 […]
Each student in my Key Stage 3 classes has adopted an Africa country this term. We have been answering the register with our country and capital each lesson, but this week each student produced a top trump for their country, which lead to some interesting debate. Once finished we intend to have a big game! […]
Boardworks have released some free content to help geography educators support teaching about the summer riots. As part of this I provided a few ideas that could be used.
Thanks to Alan for updating my presentation with the new features… (not sure what’s gone off with the first slide?)
A range of videos that might be useful to colleagues. Which ones would you add? Thanks to Kelly for bringing to his my attention.
Animoto have updated their education programme allowing easier use for students. We had a play with this last term, brilliant tool.
Thanks to Pauline for sharing this resource, a great number of images related to a range of curriculum areas.