Brazil's Climate - Climate Graphs

Brazil's Climate - Climate Graphs

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Resource Description

Due to the country’s vastness, Brazil has a varied climate from region to region. Coastal cities such as Rio De Janeiro, Recife and Salvador are hot and sticky for most of the year, whereas plateau cities such as Sao Paulo, Brasilia and Belo Horizonte are milder. Southern cities such as Curitiba and Porto Alegre can become quite cold during the winter.

This worksheet helps students to be able to read climate graphs as well as draw and describe them.

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Brazils Climate.docx
Microsoft Word 357KB

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Willson Education
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I’m a Geography teacher with experience educating at various levels, ranging from mainstream schools, SEN and extra-curricular tuition. I also have experience in teaching humanities, English and PSHE topics. My resources are designed primarily as schemes of works for mainly Geographical topics with all levels considered

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