Resources

This page contains the entire Juicy Geography collected works - some of which could be considered a little dated. It is however a personal website! Some of the resources appear in more than one category.

Possibly a search would meet your needs better?


Animations

Examples made with Koolmoves Useful for teaching weather & rivers?

Articles

Earth Browser A review. The latest version is even better

Wikimapia Describe your bit of the Earth

Inspiration Really useful mind mapping software. Now in v.8

Campaigning websites Set one up Citizen!

GPS for teachers Still quite current.

Make an earthquake table shaker maker Essential equipment

Make a flume Even more useful than a shaker-maker

Memory Map My favourite OS software.

Maps using Word This is probably due for retirement

Archives

Going back to the roots of Juicy Geography

Contributions

Coastal Kung Fu Much sought-after PPT

Malcom's Musings Who is the legend?

Why can't Jirapat sell enough shrimps? A great mystery style activity. Thanks to Paul Williams of St John's International School Bangkok.

Fieldwork

Food deserts investigation Sponsored by the RGS

Wellington Geology Trail PowerPoint (part of a cross curricular project with Science)

The next items constitute the best of my early Juicy Geography...

Wales and Liverpool 2002 (fond memories on my archived site)

Geography by mountain bike (from my archived site)

Canary Wharf poems (from my archived site)

Disabled access study (from my archived site)

Games

Sweat shirts - a role play game.

Rivers A penalty shootout.

Interactive geography games for KS3 and KS4

Who wants to be a UK Millionaire? Zip file. Adapted from the template by Mark E Damon (Extract into a new folder before trying to run the presentation)

Who wants to be a rivers millionaire?

Geography Carpark Catchphrase From when we were very young

GPS

Information for teachers Still quite current

Teaching ideas with GPS


Google Earth Lessons

(See Juicy Geography's Google Earth blog for much more)

Stonehenge decision-making exercise Brand new!

Using Google Earth to assess the impact of sea level change on the Gold Coast.

Literary Geography: Using Google Earth to investigate Svalbard, the setting for Northern lights.

San Francisco decision-making exercise A complete lesson with custom-made Google Earth overlays. Newly revised. My best ever lesson!

A Google Earth file of the Jurassic coast containing a geology map photos and placemarks.

The Diamond Trade. A new teaching resource based on Google Earth

10 ways to Google-up your GCSE coursework For students

Montserrat lesson ideas. Worksheets, Google Earth files, maps, photographs and PowerPoints. There's also exemplar film footage from a recent lesson.

Using Google Earth to visualize wind farms. Part one and part two. Completely revised in 2008

A new vision for Plymouth using Sketch Up and Google Earth. Some initial thoughts for a teaching activity.

Free Google Earth mouse mats! Print them off and laminate back to back so that students have a simple guide to the program. One side covers the basics, the other, more advanced skills. Easily editable Word documents.
GE3 versions: simple guide I advanced guide
GE4 versions: simple I placemarks

Flash guide to creating placemarks in Google Earth

Flash guide to sharing placemarks

ICT

(Much more on my Digital Geography blog)

Quikmaps Make Google maps quikly!

All the Juicy Geography PowerPoints in one place!

Introducing your students to Aegis 3 A lesson plan to get you going with Aegis 3

Excel ideas Please could people stop robbing these?

Map Point file with UK regions identified as territories

Migration exercise using PowerPoint A very popular download

Who wants to be a UK Millionaire? Zip file. Adapted from the template by Mark E Damon (Extract into a new folder before trying to run the presentation)

PowerPoint illustrating coastal erosion

Kirra Point PhotoJam This downloads a zip file. Extract the contents and run the program

Virtual Landscapes in PhotoShop or similar. Kind of experimental!

Virtual Islands Transform simple contour maps into 3D landscapes using Genesis II. Highly unpopular!


Interactive WB lesson

Interactive weather map This took flipping ages. probably now only works on Internet Explorer.


Key Stage Three

My fantasy Key Stage Three plans (to be continued)


Lessons

A farm diversification enquiry. Features a lesson plan, all resources, loads of ICT and a peer assessment!

Where is the next Boscastle? This lesson highlights the potential of Memory Map
Montserrat lesson ideas. Worksheets, Google Earth files, maps, photographs and PowerPoints. There's also exemplar film footage from a recent lesson.

An idea for teaching climate graphs that always results in great work!

Teaching about Dubai? some GCSE resources.
Using Google Earth to visualize wind farms. Part one and part two.
Literary Geography: Using Google Earth to investigate Svalbard, the setting for Northern lights.

San Francisco decision-making exercise A complete lesson with custom-made Google Earth overlays. Newly revised. My best ever lesson!

The Diamond Trade. A new teaching resource based on Google Earth


Make Stuff

Earthquake shaking table The Shaker Maker

Flume It's really good - you need one!

Modelling channel efficency. A simple and practical idea.


Pictures

Clouds A WMV resource made using PhotoStory 3

Have you used a Juicy Geography idea recently? Pictures from other schools.

Charmouth landslide resources including photos, a map, an animation and a video.

Student Work

Weathering animations by 6th form students

Migration poems Year 8 work from the old days. Hi Ella!

Geography animations GCSE students made these river process animations.

A level research Why can't A level research be published for posterity? Hey Bowden Granville - did you Google this? Get in touch!

Illegal squatter settlement A whole-school activity. Unlikely to ever be repeated!

Poetry Poems from Year 8. Hi Neela and Joanna Lipniaka!

Varied stuff...

An idea for using the Evian Waterboy advertisment

Ideas for effective questioning Oi !

Key Stage 3 level descriptors in student friendly language if you like that sort of thing

Tsunami aid discussion exercise (word doc)


Video

Pod movies An ongoing project.

A tale of two sheep - a web cam movie

That's a big leaf dear! - silly

What's a liana Mummy? - equally silly