This lesson is designed for KS2 students. It can be taught as a stand alone lesson but is also available as part of three wider units which are available on Teach It Forward:
First the presentation looks at the features of a volcano, how they are formed and the causes of volcanic eruptions. In the activity, which is differentiated three ways, students identify ten features of a volcano.
Easier – Students identify ten features of a volcano (with prompt boxes and arrows).
Medium – Students identify ten features of a volcano (no prompt boxes or arrows).
Harder – Students identify ten features of a volcano and write a sentence explanation for each one.
Extension – Children complete a cloze procedure activity (differentiated two ways).
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