Arriving during work windswept and with slimy hosiery progressing this week, there seemed small need to discuss what we would cover in this Sunday’s news and resources turn up.
Last time we gathered teaching resources about a continue – a contributing editor Emily Drabble wrote a News in Focus apparatus about drought, during a drought progressing this year – with enchanting coincidence, a rains came during roughly a accurate same impulse it was published. Now, I’m not observant we design a continue annulment to occur again, of course, though with a summer mangle on us, anything is value a shot, right?
If we have come opposite any enchanting stories about a continue – greatfully post your links in a comments. And, if we have any associated resources you’d like to share, you can upload those here.
Resources from a Guardian Teacher Network
News in focus: floods and rain – code new resource!
This new Powerpoint apparatus from a Guardian Teacher Network explores this summer’s impassioned continue in a UK and opposite a world. It also includes a neat reason of a jet tide that’s causing stream downpours.
Understanding indeterminate sleet – from ActionAid
This PowerPoint considers a charge between meridian change, indeterminate rainfall patterns and tellurian drought warnings. It includes box studies from a UK, The Gambia, Senegal and India. Suggested for KS2 and KS3 citizenship and embankment lessons.
We’ve got teacher’s annals on this too.
How reduction economically grown countries cope in inundate disaster
This apparatus covers a causes and outcome of floods.
From a Guardian
Scientists charge impassioned continue to synthetic meridian change
Researchers have for a initial time attributed new floods, droughts and heatwaves, to human-induced meridian change.
Flooding around a universe – in pictures
This is a moving, and infrequently upsetting, gallery that depicts a effects of monsoons, complicated rains and peep flooding opposite many tools of a world.
What will your continue be like in 2050?
Experts during a Met Office have worked out how a meridian will change opposite a UK over a subsequent century. Explore their commentary here.
Changes in H2O turn interactive – given a floods
A poetic visible interactive that uses total from a Environment Agency to uncover a disproportion in H2O levels in England and Wales between Mar – when hosepipe bans were initial announced – and a wettest Jun given annals began
Is Britain’s continue unequivocally removing some-more extreme?
This underline from a Data Blog has rainfall stats dating as distant behind as 1910. Some utterly tasty graphs here
Best of a web
Extreme weather: a visible guide
More furious continue in a warming universe – some contribution and total from a US-based Climate Reality Project. There’s copiousness some-more visualisations of weather information and contribution from a Visual.ly site here too.
Fun scholarship video: weather
Professor Gizmo gives consultant video recommendation on topics such as because does rumble make noise? Is it loyal that all snowflakes are different? and what creates rainbows?
Weather Wiz Kids
Perfect for primary students, this is a unequivocally enchanting site by meteorologist Crystal Wicker designed generally for kids to concede them to learn some-more about a fascinating universe of weather. Covers all from wildfires to winter storms.
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