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Geography made easy Oct 12
A new clip from shows the wind rain and debris from the has not made land yet but the storm is building
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Amazing Mapsโ„ข Oct 13
Half the population of Australia lives in the red areas
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Geography made easy Oct 14
Great video for the classroom on the impact of on the coast - Beach replenishment will give 10 to 15 years protection to a gas plant that provides 1/3 of the UKs gas
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Ritchie Foster 11m
Inspired by to create some more detailed graphic organisers for students. Hopefully this makes comparisons between case studies easier and makes it more easily retrieved! Will be trialing with students tomorrow.
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Geography made easy 2h
I know that you all love a video of lava but this one looks awesome but feels a little close for comfort
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Mrs Anderson ๐ŸŒ Oct 13
30 minutes of a rainy Sunday well spent. I can't wait to see my Year 7's attempts at a revision clock this week in preparation for their upcoming assessments in Week 7. Any excuse to use the pastel highlighters and coloured pens!
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G Delap Oct 11
These pac-man cut outs worked a treat for students struggling with 6-figure grid referencing. Thanks ! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ
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Geography made easy Oct 12
Awesome collection of video clips from so far as starts to hit they will be great for the classroom for Monday
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Carly A 4h
My 1st Year Geography class (Nickel) making out of this world ๐Ÿ˜‰ solar system models
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Class 5 NR 48m
And the final few photos! It was wonderful to see the children playing together and having lots of fun (and Mrs Robinson!) We even had time to search for animal habitats on our way back to school. ๐Ÿ˜
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uLethbridge Faculty of Arts & Science 51m
Department of Geography Friday Afternoon Seminar with Dave Schroeder and Hilary Cameron, on Friday, October 25th from 3-4:30PM in AH117. They will present, "FireSmart Vegetation Management Research in Alberta." artsci/geography/geography-speaker-series
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Nuzhat Uthmani 1h
My son, now 13, has always had a love of maps and and allows him to scratch off countries on the map that he has visited. I hope he has the opportunity to one day be able to scratch off all the countries of the world ๐Ÿ—บ. Would be great in my classroom too!
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Geography made easy Oct 9
One man fights back ... who says one man canโ€™t make a difference ... heโ€™s planted 1 tree everyday for 37 years ... look at the staggering impact his modest effort
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Geography made easy Oct 10
A great example of just how deeply has become in youth culture ... just mix her and and you have a club classic - I have to start a lesson playing this
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Alkrington Primary School 1h
We loved our Autumn 'Wellie Walk' today. We made lots of observations about the school grounds and discussed the differences between natural and man-made materials. We loved the natural shelter of the trees. We collected some super Autumn 'treasures'!
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CGilbert 1h
For homework this week, year 7 did some research on a famous geographer of their choice. We had some fantastic posters on Carl Ritter, Rachel Carson and (of course!) David Attenborough.
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Geography made easy Oct 12
Iโ€™ll be following over the weekend this is a great clip to give students an idea of the power of the storm and it has not made landfall yet _mee.ly on Twitter
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Dr Ingrid A. Medby Oct 14
One of the highlights of the teaching year is when I get to point at Olaus Magnus' Carta Marina of 1539 and tell new students how I was born near that rat-eating dragon (?) in the top right corner. Ah, home.
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St Aloysius 1h
In Geography, Cardiff have been looking at the features of our school. We went on a walk around school, naming the different features and finding out about their location. We also talked about how they have changed over time. Well done children! ๐Ÿ—บ ๐ŸŒ
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Miss Fleming 8h
Some of you may be wondering what these things Iโ€™m pointing to are. Well let me tell you, they are some amazing limestone features, stalagmites and stalactites! Very cool seeing them up close in the cloud forest.
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