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Engage your KS3 classes

With the last few weeks heavily weighted on A-level and GCSE revision, it's time to re-engage with your KS3 classes!

The last term is often a perfect time to study some amazing geography or some fantastic places. Here are some resources to get your students excited and inspired!
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Jane Ballard

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Amazing geography and fantastic places!

Fantastic places - Anuta

A great resource looking at what life is like for a remote Pacific tribe. Students consider what life is like for people who live here, what they would need to do to survive and the issues and threats they may face in the future.

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Threats to Antarctica - a diamond nine exercise

A classic approach for engaging students, this diamond nine activity asks students to chose the nine most important threats facing Antarctica and rank them in order of potential impact.

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Sinkhole mystery

This resource is a mystery activity on sinkholes. Students must work out why sinkholes have appeared in Mrs Taylor's garden. The resource includes a video clip, a card sort and teaching notes.

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Geography on a plate!

This activity encourages students to find information in an atlas and to present it on a paper picnic plate.

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WorldWise Week: 25th - 29th June 2018

The 2018 theme is 'Real World Geography' and the aim is to encourage students to reflect on geography in the real world and see how its application affects our daily lives.

Find out more here and download the 2018 resource pack.

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