KS3 Geography SOW - COASTSQuick View

KS3 Geography SOW - COASTS

Full scheme of work with assessment, and mark scheme. This Scheme of work was written for year 8 SEN students. It consists of 10 lessons, containing adaptable powerpoint slides, teaching resources, lessons plans and SOW. Each lesson is timed for an hour. However, the unit lasted my students all term as some powerpoints stretched over a few lessons. Each lesson can be adapted to meet the needs of your learners. My SEN students are visual learners. All font is in comic sans, to support dyslexic learners. Many activities contain word banks to suit lower level learners. The scheme of work can be easily adapted to meet the needs of higher level learners. All lessons contain starters and plenaries. There are cross curricular links, which are highlighted on all lesson plans, including SMSC. Teacher assessment can be carried out throughout, and there is a summative assessment at the end of the unit. Lessons include: An introduction to coasts Types of waves How waves are formed Deposition, transportation and erosion Coastal erosion Holderness Case Study Identifying landforms Coastal management Revision Assessment If you purchase please leave a review :)
GCSE Geography AQA - Coasts and RiversQuick View

GCSE Geography AQA - Coasts and Rivers

x4 A3 revision sheets for the AQA unit - Physical Landscape in the UK (9-1) - Coasts and Rivers. These sheets can be used for any AQA course but I created them following the Oxford Textbook.
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Full KS3 unit of work for Coasts. This unit explores Coasts, from erosion and coastal features to management and sea level rise. All lesson are suitable for 50 minutes to 1 hour of teaching time. Includes supporting worksheets for lessons - no additional resources are required. All lessons have a starter and learning objectives. All PowerPoints in the same signature style. Lesson sequence: 1 - Coasts introduction 2 - What is the coast used for? 3 - Weathering and erosion 4 - Coastal features 5 - Transportation, longshore drift & spits 6 - Managing the coast 7 - Studland Bay 8 - Studland Bay group presentation and peer feedback 9 - The Holderness Coast 10 - The Holderness Coast ICT research 11 - UK sea level rise ICT research 12 - Climate change 13 - Sea level rise in the Maldives 14 - End of unit test (multiple options) Also includes Geography Literacy mat and Geography Numeracy/Map Skills mat. For more resources visit This is Geography. Full SoW for all new GCSE specifications - AQA, Edexcel, OCR, CIE IGCSE, Edexcel IGCSE and Eduqas. As well as over 200 lessons for KS3 and KS2. Want something bespoke designing? Email us for further details info@thisisgeography.co.uk
KS3 Coasts Homework BookletQuick View

KS3 Coasts Homework Booklet

Homework booklet designed for KS3 Geography. This is for a Coasts topic. It has been fully prepared with independent study tasks for students to complete at home to consolidate their classroom learning. The only change you will need to make is the department logo on the front cover.
Human Impact on Coasts KS2 GeographyQuick View

Human Impact on Coasts KS2 Geography

A detailed lesson covering coasts and how they can change. Covers the impact of tourism, shipping, urbanisation, overfishing and communities on the coast. Includes 38 slide PowerPoint, detailed plan, 2 writing templates and a challenge activity including another writing template. Written for UKS2 but can easily be used by all year 3, 4, 5 and 6. An engaging starter, mixture of independent, paired and group work. Plenty of opportunities for discussion and for children to share ideas. Full of lots of interesting images to prompt discussion about geographical features. An extension activity to challenge the higher ability. Plenary for children to move on in their learning. Covers national curriculum learning objectives: Learn about diverse places, people and resources Learn about natural and human environments Learn about the interaction between physical and human processes Learn about the formation, use of and change of landscapes and environments All resources included. All reviews welcome.
GCSE Coasts- Geography UnitQuick View

GCSE Coasts- Geography Unit

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A GCSE Geography unit focusing on Coasts . This unit can be used for all GCSE sepcifications. All lessons include differentiated learning objectives, starters and plenaries. This unit focuses on how humans used coasts, how coasts are managed, coastal erosion, how headlands and bays are formed, coastal landforms such as spits, tombolos, arches, stacks, stumps, wave-cut platforms, coastal transportation (LSD) and a GCSE case study on Dorset.


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My entire half terms of work for KS3 Coasts. Taught in the order of: 1. The two types of waves. 2. Rock type and erosion. 3. How does a stump form? 4. Longshore Drift. 5. Spits. 6. Coast Management AND Hard & Soft Engineering. 7. Holderness Coast (Potential of double lesson) 8. Assessment
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PPTs and supporting worksheets for the topic coasts, including waves, erosion, landforms, deposition etc.
Coasts - Geography Unit with Widgit SymbolsQuick View

Coasts - Geography Unit with Widgit Symbols

Geography Unit 23, Investigating Coasts, KS2, Years 5/6. This pack contains books, dictionaries, vocabulary flashcards, worksheets and many more activities to support this unit. - Coasts information book - text - Coasts information book - supported - Human activity book - text - Human activity book - supported - Waves and beaches book - text - Waves and beaches book - supported - Tourism at the coast book- text - Tourism at the coast book - supported - Coastal photographs - Erosional deposit forms - Holiday brochure to help you write a brochure about a coastal activity - Coasts dictionary - text - Coasts dictionary - supported - Vocabulary list - Flashcards - symbol - Flashcards - symbol and word - Flashcards - word This resource was created in InPrint 3. Widgit Symbols supports vocabulary development across the primary curriculum for all students, as well as helping individuals with special needs, autism or speech and language difficulties.
New A level  Geography - Coasts - exemplar essays.Quick View

New A level Geography - Coasts - exemplar essays.

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Five 20 mark essay model answers that support the teaching of A level coasts. These have been written for the new AQA Geography A level specification. Also includes answers for other geography coastal exam questions. Includes: Model answers for the coast section of the AQA Geography exam of 2018. Include model answers for: 03.1 - Outline the processes, which lead to the development of barrier beaches. (4) 03.2 Analyse the data shown in figure 5. (6) 03.3 Using Figure 6a, Figure 6b and your own knowledge, assess the potential impact of these changes on coastal landform development in this area. (6) 03.4 Assess the relative importance of weathering and erosion in the development of coastal landscapes. (20) Model answers for the 2018 AQA AS Geography exam paper - Coastal section. Includes answers for the following questions: 023 – Outline the concept of Eustatic sea level change. 3 marks 024 – Analyse the data shown in figure 3 & 4. 6 marks 025 Assess the roles of weathering in the development of coastal landforms. 9 marks 026 ‘Sustainable approaches to coastal management will become more important than traditional approaches in dealing with the impacts of climate change.’ 20 marks “Human activity affects coasts globally. This interference with coastal processes is the key determining factor in shaping coastal landscapes.” To what extent do you agree with this opinion? (20 marks) Assess the extent to which predicted climate change will present challenges for sustainable management of a local scale environment that you have studied. (20 marks). “Flooding and erosion is set to increase to unprecedented levels along coastlines across the world. In response, mitigation and adaptation by coastal managers will ensure that people and places are not affected.” To what extent do you agree with this view? [20 marks] Assess the extent that coastlines of submergence have been created by sea level change. (9 Marks)
Coasts Knowledge Organiser/ Revision SheetQuick View

Coasts Knowledge Organiser/ Revision Sheet

This is a colourful and fun resource that could be used as a revision sheet, or as basic information summarised for students to refer back to throughout a teaching unit on coasts. The information is really condensed so that it includes many aspects of coasts on one A4 sheet of paper. It includes definitions, wave types, erosion types, weathering, erosional and depositional landforms as well as notes on beach management and long-shore drift. I use this with my KS3 clasess, and occasionally with KS4 to provide basic and condensed revision material for them to work from. If you were to use it with KS4 it would work with the AQA Unit 1 Coasts topic.