coastal transportation and deposition

In physical geography at GCSE, students must study the impact of coastal processes such as long shore drift, deposition and transportation. Transportation of beach sediment occurs when constructive waves hit the coast and the swash movement pushes along sand and pebbles. This lesson involves small group work enabling students to use body movements or coded sign language to demonstrate their understanding of the coastal processes. In addition there is a 4 mark exam questions, sketching and image analysis and annotation skills developed.

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