These presentations on
coniferous forest biome were sent in by Alex Prior,
Court Moor School, Fleet,
enquiry here for Year 9. Alex seems to have the knack of
finding very powerful images.
and Brazil presentations
Luke Sparkes (Teacher of Geography - Corpus Christi
Catholic College, Leeds) has sent these presentations which will make
great starters - the effects in the images presentations are great to
create a mystery and generate thought and discussion.
Court Moor School, Fleet,
Rio de Janeiro
presentation shows the variety of this city and
Physical Regions of Brazil has some stunning images.
Cities Dingbats may entertain your colleagues at the end of
term! Thanks to Iron from Scunthorpe (not sure if that is one
of the towns and cities!)
who says "The
title is slightly (well very) misleading - it is TOWNS and CITIES.
Some of the towns are glorified villages!
I'll start you off - slide 15 is Leeds."
Thanks to Anne Bowerman (and her son Michael),
Westergate Community School in West Sussex, for creating this GeoDingbats
PowerPoint presentation which has been used for starters and
revision and to inspire pupils to do their own! If you haven't played
the game before or want to have a practice, there is an online version
is Tom Cartwright's
Countries Quiz presentation (which is also Dingbats) which was used
at a prospective parents' evening as it attracted parents
into the room, the hardest part stopping show off dads from spoiling it
for the gathered kids! Humphrey Perkins High School in
'Every geography lesson is a
virtual fieldtrip unless it is a real fieldtrip' Chris Durbin. This
study of India is an imaginary journey to India and to the Bay of
Bengal Region. This is how to combine visual stimulus using an IWB and
creative activity for the pupils.
Thanks to Sarah Todd AST and her colleagues
Melissa Gardener and Sally Heppenstall at Stanchester High School,
Somerset. in illustrating it so marvellously through these Word files
and PowerPoint presentations.
Other lesson resources
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pictures, starters and plenaries
Humphries has kindly made her presentation to 'The Geography
Conference' and in it were several images that are designed to get you
people to think...visual learning is also about words and pictures
too....Her weblinks are good too.
Download it here
Parkinson, Kings Lynn, Norfolk has offered this variation on the
picture reveal exercise as a starter activity......it is dead easy
Tony Cassidy, Kirk Hallam,
Derbyshire has offered
'Mission Impossible' a sketching exercise on coasts with a
A question of .......
the nine-number pictureboard
Thomas Silverdale School, Sheffield has offered this a visual starter
for glaciation, visually stunning and an excellent warm up for a
lesson. The purpose of starters is to warm up, to
create the yearning to know more, to set objectives, to create
delight. This is a PowerPoint presentation - who could use the
format and create more. Send them in!
Thanks to Wendy North, Wakefield LEA, for this What's
in the square? grid which pupils can record their initial reaction
to the photos in the 9 number picture
Vannet has offered an extension of the number board so that pupils can
use them individually
Jean Boyling offered these
Mitchell offered these
Biddulph's visual graphics
Tom Abbott has offered these visual graphics and
there will be more.
Tropical Rainforests 1.3Mb
Longshore Drift 1.4 Mb
Coasts Stack formation 0.8Mb
Wave Refraction 0.7Mb
Wave Scour 0.5Mb
Limestone Pavement 1.9Mb
Rivers Valley formation 1.8Mb
Rivers Watershed part I 5.5Mb
Rivers Watershed part II 0.8Mb
Volcanic Cones 1.4Mb
Rainfall Types 0.9Mb
Depression formation 0.9Mb
Passage of depression 0.4Mb
is an expanding area of our geo-images area. Can you write
visual stories. Start with a mystery picture and unfold a geographical
stuff for visual impact
Pinks has also offered 2 PowerPoint presentations with before and
after photos on them. he has found then really useful as lesson