ResultsUsing Waves to see inside the Earth Provided by University of Cambridge (Deep Earth Seismology group) – Lead developer (Dr. Jenny Jenkins) now at Durham University Lesson plan, Classroom activity Description:
KS4 curriculum linked teaching material
· Subject: Science
· Aimed at: KS4 GCSE lessons
· Contains: 4 lessons, teaching plans and worksheets
· Concepts covered: waves, graph skills and heat transfer
This resource pack contains 4 lessons that fit within the KS4 science syllabus and demonstrate how key concepts can be applied to the Earthquakes and Earth structure. Key syllabus concepts covered include: waves, seismic waves shadow zones, graph skills and heat transfer. Lessons are designed to promote discussions about the breadth of people, skills and jobs available within Geoscience, broadening knowledge beyond the stereotypes of geologists only studying rocks and fossils. Each lesson comes with powerpoints, worksheets/activities and an associated lesson plan and background info for teachers.Links to activity files https://earth-science.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/formidable/5/Using-waves-to-see-inside-the-Earth.zip Suitable for ages: 14-16 years old Subject areas
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