United Kingdom Teacher Resources
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Learners who love the United Kingdom can hone their research skills by employing the Internet to find the answers to theses trivia questions. These questions all have to do with the United Kingdom. There are 25 questions in all.
In this weather worksheet, students view a weekly forecast for Bradford, United Kingdom and answer short answer questions about it. Students complete 7 questions.
In this cardinal directions practice worksheet, students find the places mentioned in 10 statements on a map of the United Kingdom. Students apply their map reading skills to identify each statement as true or false.
Ninth graders investigate the Opium Wars. In this Chinese history lesson, 9th graders examine the role of the Chinese, British, and Americans in the Opium Wars.
Students represent equations and equalities by writing the problems out. In this algebra instructional activity, students solve inequalities using addition, subtraction, division and multiplication. They rewrite word problems using equations.
Here is a great interactive idea that may need a little refining. Students play 3 rounds, where they answer questions explaining how different countries have gained independence throughout history. While this resource has music and animation, the questions are ambiguous and would need to be modified to suit te learning objectives set out for your students.
In this online interactive geography quiz worksheet, students respond to 45 identification questions about the capitals cities of European countries. Students have 5 minutes to complete the quiz.
In this prices worksheet, students write the price conversions of the prices of items in the United Kingdom. Students complete 4 activities.
In this Wales worksheet, learners read about Wales and answer short answer questions, true or false questions, and more about the city. Students complete 3 activities.
Sixth graders discuss physical and cultural characteristics of the United Kingdom for the purpose of planning a visit to that region. They write a 5-7 sentence paragraph explaining what they packed and why.
Students demonstrate how to use frequency and scatter diagrams. In this statistics instructional activity, students are introduced to different techniques of representing data. Students sort and graph data on a worksheet and use a frequency diagram to represent the data.
Students examine how climate change is affecting sea ice, vegetation and glaciers in the Arctic region.
Students investigate measures of central tendency. They examine compiled data and conduct critical analysis. The graph is focusing on the gross domestic product data. The instructional activity also reviews the concept of putting values in order of sequence.
In this United Kingdom cities worksheet, students read and answer questions related to a text about the Victoria Shopping Centre in Nottingham. Students answer 15 questions.
In this recognizing the country worksheet, students connect the number dots one to thirty to create the outline of the United Kingdom. Students answer two questions.
Students use the Internet to examine the food, sports and history of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. They view photographs and maps.
In this geography learning exercise, students analyze a map of the United Kingdom with 8 key cities marked. Students will write the country and approximate direction next to a list of cities.
In this global issues worksheet, students read the listed reference articles and then respond to 19 short answer questions about the economies of Ireland and Scotland.
In this United Kingdom or Great Britain worksheet, students read a passage, look at maps, and answer multiple choice questions. Students answer 8 questions.
For this Map of United Kingdom and Ireland worksheet, students add details to a map of the United Kingdom and Ireland. They may also add color.