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Course_thumb How the Earth Works in Your Classroom Course
Earth Science Education Unit (ESEU)

Bring the world into your classroom through a wide range of Earth science practical and thinking activities that cover aspects of both Science and Geography Programmes of Study and Schemes of Work for Years 5 and 6. See the ‘world in a grain of sand’ as you consider different practical activities that teach about erosion, transportation and deposition and help you to pan for gold! Use sand and water to show how rivers... (read more)

Free (Duration: 90 minutes)

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Stated learning outcomes for this course

How the Earth Works in Your Classroom

Expected learning outcomes:

Participants will be able to:

  • explain practically the distinction between erosion, transportation and deposition
  • demonstrate these processes
  • model river and coastal processes in the classroom
  • show how water can be cleaned
  • explain the water cycle by reference to a practical model
  • teach these elements of the Year 5/6 curriculum with more confidence and scientific insight

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