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Waves

Waves

This worsheets looks at the formation of waves and the distinct differences between constructive and distructive waves.
WillsonEducation
Transportation - Longshore Drift

Transportation - Longshore Drift

The sea sources it materials from various places: cliff erosion, constructive waves, carried down rivers to the mouth and transported by longshore drift. Some beaches have beautiful golden sands whereas others have less attractive shingle, but there is a reason why beaches look as they do. The reason is longshore drift. These worksheets help students to understand the process of longshore drift and the ways sediment is transported by waves and tides.
WillsonEducation
Spits

Spits

Spits are extended stretches of beach material, such as sand and shingle which project out to sea, joined to the mainland at one end. A spit is formed due to the coastline changing direction – Longshore drift is the main source of material build up as it brings materials up from further down the coastline. These worksheets look at how spits are formed and the processess, inputs and outputs of spits.
WillsonEducation
OCR B Topic Tests 10) Distinctive Landforms Topic Test WITH ANSWERS

OCR B Topic Tests 10) Distinctive Landforms Topic Test WITH ANSWERS

These short tests are being used in the lead up to the first OCR B exams. They comprise of a 3 or 4 mark exam question, including a 1 or 2 mark questions focused on definitions and low-order knowledge skills. These are completed weekly, marked with the ANSWER sheet attached and resits are given for results 54 and below. A simple but effective way to encourage Learning Outside of the Classroom.
GJDavis27
Sand Dune Formation

Sand Dune Formation

Fully resourced lesson, worksheets are attached within the PowerPoint in the printing section at the end. Includes a card sort and memory game -using picture cues to remember the six stages. LO1: To know the three factors needed for sand dunes to form. LO2: To understand the location of sand dunes in the UK based on how sand dunes form. LO3: To be able to identify the characteristics of the six different stages of sand dunes.
c_coates300
Salt Marshes

Salt Marshes

Salt marshes are complex, fragile and one of the most threatened environments on our planet. This is due to their close proximity to industrial, commercial and recreational uses of coastlines. Environmental changes also threaten them by way of climate change and rising sea levels. These worksheets look at what effects salt marshes both human and physically, where they are located and the students can also debate whether salt marshes are a thing of beauty or not.
WillsonEducation
How Do Waves Shape Our Coastlines?

How Do Waves Shape Our Coastlines?

The sea, action of waves and their processes are what shape our coastlines, with their power being the most significant force of coastal change. These worksheets look at the swell, the fetch and how tides are formed.
WillsonEducation
Coastal Erosion Case study - Holderness

Coastal Erosion Case study - Holderness

A lesson created for year 8 SEN students on the coastal erosion at Holderness. Comes with powerpoint, lesson plan and worksheet. If you enjoy this lesson please leave a review, and check out my scheme of work on 'coasts.' Thankyou.
jillyjones1987
OCR B Year 11 Revision Bundle 1-14

OCR B Year 11 Revision Bundle 1-14

These booster prepares the students for higher mark questions in their terminal exams. It focuses of key words and definitions, exam questions with MARK SCHEMES, MODEL ANSWERS and SUCCESS CRITERIA. It includes innovative starter and plenary activities and the use of gamification through Kahoot. It uses strategies developed within my department such as CUBE, So What, PEEL and BUG. With 26% off have a look at the front page of the lesson below and the attached resources! It includes my gain time lessons with completed ICT students.
GJDavis27
Field Trip: Barton and Bournemouth

Field Trip: Barton and Bournemouth

This is a fieldwork booklet that might knock a few hours off your preparation time for a visit to Bournemouth, Barton-on-Sea and/or Hurst Castle Spit with students from Years 7, 8 and/or 9. It is carefully structured so that SEN students can access the material with lots of cloze passages, bold photographs and activities to build subject vocabulary. It will need editing to reflect your own timetable and according to which place(s) you intend to visit. The last task is a piece of extended writing that could be completed in class or set for homework.
gesbcs
OCR B Year 11 Revision Bundle 1-13

OCR B Year 11 Revision Bundle 1-13

These booster prepares the students for higher mark questions in their terminal exams. It focuses of key words and definitions, exam questions with MARK SCHEMES, MODEL ANSWERS and SUCCESS CRITERIA. It includes innovative starter and plenary activities and the use of gamification through Kahoot. It uses strategies developed within my department such as CUBE, So What, PEEL and BUG. With 26% off have a look at the front page of the lesson below and the attached resources! It includes my gain time lessons with completed ICT students.
GJDavis27
2017-2018 Year 11 OCR B Revision 13) Agents of Change for Rivers and Coasts WITH ANSWERS FREE

2017-2018 Year 11 OCR B Revision 13) Agents of Change for Rivers and Coasts WITH ANSWERS FREE

These lessons are for gain time [students who have completed their ICT GCSE] and they are based in an ICT cluster. I have developed work booklets for the students to use on the computer or within a classroom if applicable. This lesson is a recap on erosion processes in rivers and coasts. This is a FREE RESOURCE. The lessons is as follows: Settler: Video links to YouTube clips. Starter: Key word cross-stitch Main: Agents of change- types of erosion. Including the key word match task [see slide opposite] with an activity booklet. Homework: Research- or can be in class. Development: Teach the class as the teacher. Plenary: Coastal penalty shoot out.
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