Global Atmospheric Circulation

Your free geography video that students can watch at home

From the ClickView series ‘Weather Hazards’, this informative and fascinating video is designed to help students learn about the weather changes occurring around them. Full of engaging visuals, easy to understand explanations, and complementary resources for homework (download below the video). Share with your students for a limited time!

Global Atmospheric Circulation

Earth’s diverse climate and weather patterns are predominantly governed by global atmospheric circulation and ocean currents. This programme looks at different atmospheric phenomena, including the global circulation model and how heating and cooling is driven by wind, air pressure systems, the effects of differences between land and sea temperatures, and how atmospheric conditions at different latitudes interact and impact on meteorological patterns.

For information on the other videos in this series, please visit our Digital Curriculum Guide.

Audience: Middle Secondary
Subject:  Geography

Free resources

Download our complementary resources for your students to complete in class:

Comprehension Questions
Understanding the Hadley Cell
Map It Out
Suggested Responses

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