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Please work your way through the above PowerPoint, which will direct you through the Geography lesson for Tuesday 3rd November.

 

Task One - locate the different mountain ranges on a map of the world. Can you add the name of the continents and oceans?

 

Task Two - Create two line graphs using the data provided. One graph to show the average daytime temperature throughout the year in two mountain ranges; the second graph to show the average rainfall throughout the year in two mountain ranges.

Wednesday's Geography Lesson

Clearing Everest's Trash - 360 | National Geographic

Everest, the world's highest mountain, has been an elite climbing destination for decades. But rising tourism in the Sagarmatha National Park, has made trash...

Everest Tourism Changed Sherpa Lives | National Geographic

The booming tourism industry aimed at putting people on the peak of Mt. Everest has radically changed the lives of Nepal's Sherpas. National Geographic Young...

Please work your way through the above PowerPoint, which will direct you through the Geography lesson for Wednesday 4th November.

 

While there are mini tasks included within the PowerPoint, the main activity involves looking at the different jobs in various mountain ranges. In the file above, read the synopsis of the different mountains and decide on one, two or three possible job opportunities.

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