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Key Stage 2 Thinking Skills - New Dec 2007
Unit 15 - The Mountain Environment PowerPoint
Interactive PowerPoint for the above topic - sent in by Neil Webb
Graphic Organisers:
This organiser is good to use when examining the causes of a problem
Key Stage 3 Attribute Diagram
This diagram is useful in identifying the characteristics or attributes of something.
Introduction to Geography
Internet Earthquakes and Virtual Volcanoes 5 w's and a how
An effective strategy to identify the aspects of a topic
Brazil Cause and effect chain
The chain is used to record a series of cause and effect relationships.
Exploring England
Italy  Prediction Tree
The prediction tree is a web with purpose. The major topic or problem is written in the square box at the bottom of the tree. Possible predictions or probable outcomes are recorded in the various prediction boxes. On the proof lines, record facts that either support or negate the predictions.
Global Fashion Industry
Tropical Storms
Key Stage 4
Natural Hazards
Settlements - new Organising tree
The organising tree organises information and ideas on a topic.
  Cycle Graph
This graph is useful when identifying events that tend to be circular or cyclical in nature.

KWL Chart
A useful strategy for organising thoughts at the beginning of an inquiry in order to reflect on them at its conclusion.

    • K – What we know,
    • W – What we want to know
    • L – What we’ve learnt.



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