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GCSE Geography- Hydrographs

GCSE Geography- Hydrographs

GCSE Geography lesson focusing on hydrographs. Includes key definitions, a sheet with which to construct a hydrograph and various activities to consider the factors affecting hydrographs and showing the difference between urban and rural hydrographs. The lesson is framed with key questions and learning outcomes.
josephg89
2017-2018 Year 11 OCR B Revision 5) Christmas Mock Booster for OCR B Specimen Paper WITH ANSWERS (2)

2017-2018 Year 11 OCR B Revision 5) Christmas Mock Booster for OCR B Specimen Paper WITH ANSWERS (2)

The questions tackled in this booster [which supports Booster 1] are ones tackled in the physical part of GCSE OCR B Geography. The questions are: - Compare the reliability of two sources of evidence of climate change. [4] - Assess whether the social impacts of climate change experienced in the UK in the 21st century are greater than the environmental impacts. [8] - (d) CASE STUDY –Evaluate ta small scale example of sustainable management in either the Arctic or Antarctic. The success of one small scale example of sustainable management in either the Arctic or Antarctic. [6] - Figs 5, 6 and 7 in the separate Resource Booklet show information from a GCSE geography student’s fieldwork investigation. Using evidence from Figs 5, 6 and 7, write a conclusion to the question for investigation “Does the process of longshore drift occur at Sheringham?” Develop your answer. [8] - Describe the yearly temperature and rainfall patterns on the hot desert climate graph. [2] The lesson begins with a starter quiz on the 1 mark questions from the paper. This includes all questions in the paper WITH ANSWERS. The rest of the paper guides students with strategies, such as GCSE seen opposite, or BUG, So what? and PEEL. Each of the questions above have activities catered towards answering it or has MODEL ANSWERS. The plenary is a game of Kahoot.
GJDavis27
Earth Science Stream Table Lab

Earth Science Stream Table Lab

This is a lab activity will give students an opportunity to use stream tables to learn about erosion and deposition. Students will log their observations and determine the relationship between water velocity and stream gradients. Students will also learn about stream loads, discharge, and the different parts of a river. There multiple activities contained in this lab that will keep your students engaged. I hope you enjoy this product and follow me so you can stay updated on new products that I post.
Taylaj42
Why do rivers bend? Meanders and Oxbows

Why do rivers bend? Meanders and Oxbows

This lesson was designed for a high ability Y6 class who were exploring a topic on Rivers and Flooding. It would be suitable for KS3 students also. In this lesson students explore the landforms created by river processes. In particular, they explore meanders and oxbow lakes. This lesson was supported by the Geog 1 textbook but could be supported by another relevant geography textbook should you not have this. I hope that this saves you some time :-) Images have been acquired through a search engine filtered to labelled for re-use.
maxblackburn
Rivers - are all waterfalls the same?

Rivers - are all waterfalls the same?

This lesson was designed for a high ability Y6 class who were exploring a topic on Rivers and Flooding. It would be suitable for KS3 students also. In this lesson students explore the way in which waterfalls are formed and then go on an information hunt to locate examples of world waterfalls. Images acquired via a search engine filtered to labelled for re-use. I hope that this saves you some time :-)
maxblackburn
Upper, Middle and Lower Course - Rivers

Upper, Middle and Lower Course - Rivers

This lesson was designed for a high ability Y6 class who were exploring a topic on Rivers and Flooding. It would be suitable for KS3 students also. In this lesson students explore the key features of the upper, middle and lower course. You will need to print off a large versions of the powerpoint slides so that students can use them on their information hunt. My students really enjoyed this lesson. Hopefully it will save you some time. All images acquired through a search engine filtered to labelled for re-use. Enjoy :-)
maxblackburn
NEW 9-1 Rivers Revision Sheets

NEW 9-1 Rivers Revision Sheets

Rivers double sided revision sheet can be printed on either A4 or A3. This sheet is aimed at pupils who prefer more structured revision or lower ability students who need more support. The sheets cover 12 different sections within the 'River Landscapes' section of UK Physical Landscapes. Sections covered include: 1) Long Profile 2) Lateral and Vertical Erosion 3) Types of Erosion 4) Transportation 5) Deposition 6) Meanders 7) Ox-Bow Lakes 8) Levees 9) Waterfalls 10) Causes of River Flooding 11) Hydrographs 12) Key Terms
Katie_Maria