# L/O: To explain what climate is To apply this understanding to climate graphs From weather to climate Starter: Starter: In pairs play weather dominoes.

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L/O: To explain what climate is To apply this understanding to climate graphs From weather to climate Starter: Starter: In pairs play weather dominoes. Match the key word with the meaning... Which pair will win? Write down new words and research them later! Starter: Starter: In pairs play weather dominoes. Match the key word with the meaning... Which pair will win? Write down new words and research them later! Beth Harries, Central Foundation Boys' School, London.

Recap of understanding... Without looking back in your books explain the difference between weather and climate. Weather is...whereas climate is... 5 mins max EXTENSION : Londons weather today is …In the future I predict it.... Londons climate is…In the future I predict it.... What is climate? What is weather? Beth Harries, Central Foundation Boys' School, London.

But a couple of hours later…it rained. Because weather can change from hour to hour and day to day. Unlike climate. Look at the picture of London, it is lovely and sunny. The weather was good when the photo was taken. Beth Harries, Central Foundation Boys' School, London. Inser timage

It tells you what the weather is usually like, in any given month. To do this, meteorologists take measurements everyday, over a long period of time (25-30 years). Then they calculate the average for each month. Climate is the average weather in a place. Beth Harries, Central Foundation Boys' School, London.

Englands Climate Graph Beth Harries, Central Foundation Boys' School, London.

You need to decide where the statements best fit on the graph. Simply put the number of the statement on the graph. You need to have a reason for your choice too! Living Graphs Beth Harries, Central Foundation Boys' School, London.

2. Suzie decides that she should put on factor 25 sun cream on today. 3. Simon decides not to take his camera on the walk as it may get wet. 4. Sarah isnt going to school today as the school is closed due to the snow. 1.Stu has to play hockey on the Astroturf not on the hockey field 7. Paul puts his clothes out to dry on the washing line as its a warm day. 6. Fred is late for work. He couldnt drive through the ford – it was dangerous. 11. Felicitys car wont start today 10. James wants to go outside and fly his kite. 9. Alice decides to take her jacket out with her as it looks like it might rain. 8. John decides he wants to sit on the beach all day sunbathing. 12. Jane has to scratch the ice of her windscreen before she can drive to work. 5. Julie cant go out on her bike as its too dark and wet after school. 5. Julie cant go out on her bike as its too dark and wet after school. Englandnumber graphlist of reasons Look at the England Climate Graph. Simply put the number of the statement on the graph. You then need to have a list of reasons for each choice too! 12 minutes max

Image of Mali countryside Beth Harries, Central Foundation Boys' School, London.

Image of Mali community Beth Harries, Central Foundation Boys' School, London.

Malis Climate Graph In the savanna regions of Mali, West Africa, the climate affects the lifestyle of the people. Most of the population depend on cultivation, fishing or farming. Ext: Explain another climate in the world we may have empathy for? Insert Mali climate graph Beth Harries, Central Foundation Boys' School, London.

L/O: To explain what climate is To apply this understanding to climate graphs Beth Harries, Central Foundation Boys' School, London.

Malis Climate Graph Always use temperature and rainfall figures from the graphs Ext E Ext Explain why the 2 places have such different climates. Are there solutions to the climate issues for people? Ext E Ext Explain why the 2 places have such different climates. Are there solutions to the climate issues for people? Englands Climate Graph Insert Mali climate graph Beth Harries, Central Foundation Boys' School, London.

Just a minute! Thinking about your thinking SkillExample Information skills -making sense of info classify - put into groups analyse – describe Reasoning skills - explaining give reasons for opinions and actions accurately explain what you think Enquiry skills - investigation problem solve and plan predict results and effects Creative skills -imagination come up with and improve ideas use imagination Evaluation skills -judging evaluate and judge work or ideas have confidence in judgments At the first repetition, pause or mistake another takes over and so on until the minute is up. Beth Harries, Central Foundation Boys' School, London.

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