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1) An introduction to weather and climate- movie KS3

These resources help to introduce the topic, and recap upon previous learning. The movie introduces weather and climate and gives pupils a flavour for the topic. Click on the tab in the bottom right hand corner for full size video.  

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1) Climate change and weather- introductory movie KS4

This movie introduces climate change and weather at KS4 level and gets pupils thinking about different elements of the topic. To play full screen, click on the tab in the bottom right hand corner.

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2a) Why does it rain- presentation KS3

This why does it rain presentation looks at the main types of rainfall and how they occur. It provides an excellent recap following the memory map task.  

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2b) Why does it rain- clouds movie

This is a movie about cloud types. It looks at cloud names, and the type of weather that different clouds bring. To enlarge movie, click on the tab in bottom right corner.

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2c) UK climate- factors and overview presentation

This presentation demonstrates the five main factors that affect climate in the UK. It also includes maps demonstrating the changes in climate seen across the UK at different points in the year.

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2d) UK climate- rainfall and the UK presentation KS4

This presentation highlights the three major types of rainfall, whilst looking at the pattern of rainfall seen across the UK.

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2e) Uk climate- depressions presentation

This presentation looks at the way in which depressions affect the weather in the UK. It includes animations.

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2f) UK climate- anticyclones presentation

This presentation shows how anticyclones influence UK weather. It includes an animation showing how they approach the UK.

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2g) UK climate- depression weather animation

This animation of the cross section of a depression, shows the changes in weather and pressure that occur as a depression passes by.  

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2h) UK climate- depression animation

This simple animation show the path of a depression passing over the UK. The pause and go controls can be used to explain different parts of the depression.

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3a) Measuring and forecasting the weather- making weather instruments

This is a presentation that shows how to make some simple weather instruments. This could provide a good homework activity for pupils.  

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3b) Measuring and forecasting the weather- presenting the weather

This is a presentation on presenting the weather, where pupils can try to interpret weather maps and present them to the class. There are maps showing different elements of the weather for pupils to interpret and present.

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3c) Measuring and forecasting the weather- weather maps worksheet

This is a worksheet where pupils devise their own symbols to produce weather maps of their own, for a set of specific weather conditions across the UK.  

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4a) Satellite images and weather systems- satellite images presentation

This resource focusses on the use of satellite images in predicting and forecasting the weather,

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4b) Satellite images and weather systems- weather systems presentation

This resource focusses on different types of weather systems that the UK receives, highlighting anticyclones and depressions.

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5a) The effect of weather and climate on human activity- movie

This issue is introduced with a movie which looks at a variety of ways in which weather and climate affect peoples’ lives, including the heavy snow that the UK received in 2009. To enlarge movie, click on the tab in bottom right corner.

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5b) The effect of weather and climate on human activity- worksheet

This worksheet accompanies the movie and gets pupils thinking about the impact of weather and climate upon different people and their occupations.

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5c) Tropical revolving storms- Hurricane Katrina case study presentation

This presentation focusses on Hurricane Katrina, outlining the damage caused by the hurricane. It has a variety of questions for pupils to ponder.

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5d) Tropical revolving storms- presentation

This presentation looks at tropical revolving storms. It focusses on the conditions needed for formation, their distribution and the effects that they bring. It6 includes some video footage.

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5e) Tropical revolving storms- movie

This movie introduces tropical revolving storms. To enlarge the movie click on the tab in the bottom right hand corner

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6) Climate- factors that affect climate presentation

These resources focus on climate and the factors that affect climate. The presentation looks at the four main factors that influence climate, giving a visual guide as to how they operate.

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7a) UK climate- presentation

These resources provide a look at the UK’s climate. The presentation and the worksheet work well together, enabling class or independent working situations. This is the presentation.

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7b) UK climate- worksheet

This worksheet accompanies the presentation and gets pupils interpreting climate maps, and describing and explaining UK climate.

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8) Polar climate zones- worksheet

This worksheet provides a look at a contrasting climate to the UK whilst requiring the use of thinking skills and graph work.

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9a) Climate change- movie

These resources provide several opportunities to explore climate change. The movie introduces the issue for pupils, looking at causes, effects and possible solutions.

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9b) Climate change- match up activity

The match up activity looks at different opinions on climate change. Pupils needs to decide which people have which opinion about climate change, and from this piece together the true story.

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9c) Climate change- global warming presentation

This presentation examines the causes, effects and potential solutions to the problem of global warming.

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9d) Climate change- presentation

This presentation looks at the evidence for global climate change and what the causes may be. It includes questions for pupils to think about.

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