These resources combine a range of teaching approaches and embed a series of critical thinking techniques in order to further develop students’ understanding of the subject matter.
Cross-curricular links are made to literacy, numeracy and ICT enabling the students to transfer their skills across the spectrum of subjects. The lessons offer opportunities for students to conduct further research, explore the numerous websites and use a range of resources such as choropleth maps to conduct their own investigation into previous drought events and begin to predict future ones from the trends. Each lesson is accompanied by an editable PowerPoint presentation and relevant worksheets.
In this lesson, students are encouraged to acknowledge that the future of drought in the UK is increasing but uncertain, and draw links through climate change to offer explanation for this.
- To investigate the future of drought in the UK and how it could affect the students.
Students are encouraged to acknowledge that the future of drought in the UK is increasing but uncertain, and draw links through climate change to offer explanation for this.
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This lesson has been co-written by the GA consultant Gemma Mawdsley and produced in collaboration with the DRY research team, ENDOWS, UWE, and About Drought.