Secondary Geography - Coastal landscapes
Add following intro text: “A variety of resources on the subject of coastal landscapes, including materials for teaching about transportation, erosion and deposition. The collection contains resources suitable for students from KS3 up to post-16. Collection compiled by Geography Adviser Dan Hartley and the TES Geography teacher panel.
- A fun animation to look at destructive and constructive waves.
- Scheme of work on coastal environments from QCDA.
- A coastal environments revision tool using the tarsia jigsaw.
- A scheme of work on coastal environments, aimed at KS3.
- A fantastic visual to show how wave cut platforms are created.
- A great PowerPoint and sequencing activity to show how coastal landforms of deposition are created.
- A video explanation of the causes of coastal erosion and development of the associated landforms.
- Some fantastic photos of the Jurassic Coastline in Dorset to illustrate coastal erosion.
- This animation uses a beach ball to show how long shore drift transports material along the coastline.
- This video featuring BBC footage is an excellent source to show how longshore drift transports material.
- A useful web page with an OS map and aerial photographs to show to growth of a spit at Barmouth.
- A powerpoint explaining the formation of coastal sand dunes, and plant succession.
- A great worksheet that requires students to consider the advantages and disadvantages of different types of coastal defences.
- A PowerPoint which details different points of view about coastal defences.
- A mystery about the loss of the coastal village of Hallsands.
- A decision making exercise aimed at KS3 on the Holderness Coastline.
- Background information and images on mass movement and worksheets for a case study of mass movement at the Holbeck Hall Hotel on the Holderness Coast.