StoryMap Collections Scheme of Work

As an additional teaching resource to complement the StoryMap Collections are four unique scheme of works. These have been tailored to KS3 teaching, highlighting the take-home messages from each collection and individual StoryMaps.

Each table has a starter and main task, and in some of the StoryMaps, has plenary activities. They also highlight some of the key geographical skills gained using each StoryMap. They have been designed for a 50 minute lesson and have been closely tied to the 2014 National Curriculum.

These tables can be found below and can be downloaded for use. They have been uploaded in a Microsoft Word format to allow teachers to adapt them if they wish.

Schemes of Work

You can find the scheme of work for the ‘An Introduction to the Physical Geography of Antarctica‘ StoryMap Collection here. You can find the link to the collection here.

You can find the scheme of work for the ‘Wildlife of Antarctica‘ StoryMap Collection here. You can find a link to the collection here.

You can find the scheme of work for the ‘Climate Change and Antarctica‘ StoryMap Collection here. You can find a link to the collection here.

You can find the scheme of work for the ‘People And Antarctica‘ StoryMap Collection here. You can find the collection here.

Teaching Geography article

You may also find the article that we have written in Teaching Geography of use for planning your teaching.

The Antarctica StoryMap Series is produced in collaboration with a large number of experts, including scientific consultants, pedagogical experts, and the ESRI UK Educational Team. It has been reviewed by teachers and designed with teachers and learners in mind.

Collaborations for the Antarctic StoryMap Collections

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