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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
AQA GCSE (New Spec) Tectonic hazards

AQA GCSE (New Spec) Tectonic hazards

10 lessons that cover the topic of Tectonic hazards in detail. Includes case study work on Nepal, Chile,Iceland, California, Montserrat and the Indian Ocean tsunami. All lessons have starters, information and questions or activities. Includes hyperlinks to video clips where appropriate, and includes some specimen examination questions with mark schemes.
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Tropical Storms: Cyclone Pam

Tropical Storms: Cyclone Pam

Here is a lesson on tropical storms focusing on Cyclone Pam and the impacts that it had on the island of Vanuatu. This lesson includes: - The location of the Pacific Island using atlases -The effects that it had- in detail -True or false starter on tropical storms - A GCSE exam style question with the support of sentence starters/writing frames All resources need are attached.
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Rivers/Flooding assessment

Rivers/Flooding assessment

This is a decision making exercise, pupils use the cards of the different protection methods to understand the advantages and disadvantages of the different protection methods and then decide which methods to use and where to place them. This has also been used an KS4.
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Hazardous Earth GCSE

Hazardous Earth GCSE

A complete scheme of work with powerpoints, activities, homework tasks, GCSE questions and mid-term assessment on Hazardous Earth. Created for Edexcel B GCSE 9-1 but can be used for other syllabuses.
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Case studies plate tectonics

Case studies plate tectonics

A PPT focusing on contrasting case studies of earthquakes: Tohuku (Japan) and Port-au-Prince (Haiti). Activities included focusing on the primary and secondary impacts of both (economic, social and environmental) as well as GCSE questions related to Edexcel B 9-1 syllabus.
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Plate tectonics

Plate tectonics

A PPT and resources focusing on identifying and describing the distribution and characteristics of the three plate boundary types (conservative, convergent, divergent) and hotspots. Activities included and GCSE questions related to Edexcel B GCSE 9-1.
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Earth's structure

Earth's structure

This lesson focuses on the earth’s layered structure, and physical properties is key to plate tectonics. Spec check includes information on earth’s layered structure (including the asthenosphere), with different composition and physical properties (temperature, density, physical state). Activities attached and GCSE questions embedded into PPT for Edexcel B GCSE 9-1.
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Impacts of tropical cyclones and mid-term assessment

Impacts of tropical cyclones and mid-term assessment

This bundle looks at the impacts of tropical cyclones are linked to a country’s ability to prepare and respond to them. Spec check: how countries can prepare for, and respond to, tropical cyclones: weather forecasting, satellite technology, warning and evacuation strategies, storm-surge defences. This bundle includes a mid term assessment and mark scheme based on Edexcel B GCSE 9-1 and numerous activity worksheets.
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