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Science of the Earth: Unit 1 - will my gravestone last?

Produced by the Earth Science Teachers' Association, these resources help students to identify simple rock types and encourage the observation of weathering properties of rocks.

Activities include a visit to a local graveyard to survey the commemorative stones used. Curriculum links include rock cycle,...

Science of the Earth: Unit 2 - earthquakes - danger beneath our feet

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Science of the Earth: Unit 3 - fluorspar - is it worth mining?

These materials, produced by the Earth Science Teachers' Association, contain activities which allow students to identify common minerals.

In relation to fluorspar, students develop an understanding of the economic potential of mineral deposits and reserves.

Science of the Earth: Unit 7 - neighbourhood stone watch

Produced by the Earth Science Teachers' Association, these resources encourage students to observe different rock types in their local environment.

This includes the simple laboratory tests on the properties of different rock types and an appreciation of the range of rocks used in buildings.

Science of the Earth: Unit 8 - moving ground

Produced by the Earth Science Teachers' Association, these resources help students to understand that land movements occur in Britain and investigate the factors that lead to ground failure. Students consider how potential failures can be managed.

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