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A level; coasts revision lesson - impact of  process & time on  landforms on a low energy coastline

A level; coasts revision lesson - impact of process & time on landforms on a low energy coastline

This lesson is designed to revise the way in which processes and time combine to form landforms on a low energy coastline. It focuses on Farewell Spit ( and it’s sand dunes and salt mashes) in New Zealand. At the start the students are asked to produce an annotated diagram of LSD. Next the students are shown a range of images of farewell spit. They have a copy of these and are asked to label the spit features that they can see on them. Next, the students are given a worksheet on which to write an explanation of spit formation (including salt marshes). After that, there is a model examination answer sheet to complete. This could be done for homework or in the lesson. Then the students are given a table of facts about Farewell Spit and have to try and explain what the fact is (answers provided). These include facts about the different timescales over which the landforms were created. Next, there are series of examination questions for the students to plan. Finally, there is another copy of the fact quiz to see what they can recall now they have revised the information. All resources are included in the PowerPoint.
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A level; coasts revision lesson - impact of  process & time on  landforms on a high energy coastline

A level; coasts revision lesson - impact of process & time on landforms on a high energy coastline

This lesson is designed to revise the landforms on a high energy coastline and the way in which it has changed at different timescale from seconds to millennia. The lesson starts with a factual recall quiz, designed to undertaken again at the end of the lesson to show improvement. Answers are provided. Next there is a carousel of information sheets. Students are provided with a note taking sheet and should collect information from the sheets around the classroom in order to complete it. Next the teacher should go through the information collected and answer any questions. After that there are a series of questions for the students to plan responses to. these could be completed as a homework task. Finally students can redo the quiz to see what they have learned during the lesson and where there are still gaps in their knowledge. All resources are included at the end of the PowerPoint.
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Rocks KS3

Rocks KS3

Starter bundle, to be used with KS3, to explore rocks and the rock cycle
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A Level; coasts revision lesson - landforms

A Level; coasts revision lesson - landforms

The lesson introduces the students to the type of examination questions that they can expect and the range of landforms that they are required to know. They are also reminded of what makes a good landforms answer. Firstly, students are given a factual recall test for the different landforms they are required to learn. Answers are provided. Students are the asked to complete flash revision cards for the different landforms. At the end of the lesson is a 40 minute processes and landforms test for the students to undertake as homework or in a subsequent lesson. All resources are include within the PowerPoint.
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A Level; coasts revision lesson - processes

A Level; coasts revision lesson - processes

This lesson aims to revise the key geomorphic preocesses. Answer slides are included within the PowerPoint and all resources are at the end of the PowerPoint. Processes revised include marine/erosion, sub-aerial/weathering, mass movement, waves, wave refraction, sediment cells and LSD. resources included are definition revision cards, landform revision homework sheets. wave characteristic classification and mass movement interpretation.
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WJEC 2016 SPECIFICATION MOCK EXAM PAPER for PAPER 1 (FULL PAPER THEME 1-3 and MARKSCHEME)

WJEC 2016 SPECIFICATION MOCK EXAM PAPER for PAPER 1 (FULL PAPER THEME 1-3 and MARKSCHEME)

It’s that time of the year again when we prepare our students with mock exams to see how well they know their stuff. In this mock exam pack, I have created a very detailed mark scheme that looks very similar to the real mark schemes that are used by WJEC examiners. In addition to this I have also added grade boundaries to help consistency with the department awarding process, but also I have looked at previous exam grade boundaries and given the best estimate to what they could be like in the summer. The mock paper includes only the first three themes and includes a range of different questions that help to show pupils the different ways that they could ask a question in the exam. Theme 1 uses the additional questions that have been uploaded to the WJEC websites, Theme 2 and 3 uses a range of past paper questions and exam style questions from the revision guide. The paper is set out like what the real exam paper would be set out like, giving students the opportunity to get a feel of what the real paper would be like. NB, I have decided to print my exam paper in booklet form on A3 paper as I feel like this would give pupils more of a feel for the exam, but you don’t have to do that Any feedback would be great! JPMathsandGeography
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