The Iceland Series
The Ultimate Geography Resource
It’s been a long time in the planning for us to launch an Iceland Series of resources for teachers. With individual packs to target both GCSE and A-Level teaching, we’ve got you covered! They’re designed to provide teachers with a wealth of practical aids to deliver Geographical teaching on a range of hot topics, using Iceland as an engaging case study.
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- Slick looking PowerPoint presentation + Activity Sheet
- Classroom Poster
- Fagradalsfjall Case Study + Activity Sheet
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We’ll equip you with everything you need to deliver a series of quality lessons, with resources for both teachers and students. Better still, our content is produced by Catherine Rule, Geography Tours Development Manager for Rayburn Tours, who in her previous life was a secondary school Geography teacher for 17 years.
Look out for the following subjects covered in the future…
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