Geomorphic processes and landforms teaching resources: Geology

Resources and ideas for geography, geomorphic processes and landforms, geology, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

Rock Cycle worksheet

Rock Cycle worksheet

Worksheet with all rock formation processes depicted, pupils should use the suggested words to annotate the diagram. The words are accompanied by a Key to help guide the pupils.

By clairephilly

GCSE Geography (physical) - short model answers to exam-style questions by topic

GCSE Geography (physical) - short model answers to exam-style questions by topic

Hand typed model answer booklet for all chapters in GCSE Physical Geography. Exam-style questions and mark scheme answers simplified and ordered into topic/chapter order to make revision easier, based on other resources, textbook questions and past papers. Contains 1 mark, 2 marks, 3 marks, 4 marks and 5 mark answers based on Edexcel exam board. Content applicable to other examination boards including AQA, OCR and WJEC.

By ebrook_

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GCSE AQA A Ice on the Land Knowledge organisers and Revision Summaries.

GCSE AQA A Ice on the Land Knowledge organisers and Revision Summaries.

These concise sheets cover the content of the whole Ice on the Land Unit. Fully editable and can be used with questions to create a bespoke revision booklet or simply use as useful summaries. A complete revision booklet that uses these resources is available here:https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gcse-aqa-a-ice-on-the-land-complete-revision-booklet-11567105

By tosh740

Volcanoes PowerPoint

Volcanoes PowerPoint

Learn all about volcanoes with this 26 slide animated PowerPoint. Informative text on volcano types and shapes, how and what is an eruption, how eruptions are measured, the difference between lava and magma, fun facts, famous volcanoes and more. Includes video link to Mt. St. Helens eruption, and a video clip of an underwater volcano erupting. ©2016 HappyEdugator. This product is the intellectual property of Deborah Hayes aka HappyEdugator.

By Happyedugator

GCSE AQA 9-1: Glacial Landscapes - Processes in Glacial Environments.

GCSE AQA 9-1: Glacial Landscapes - Processes in Glacial Environments.

This lesson covers the processes associated with glaciation. Weathering, erosion, transportation and deposition processes are all covered. No other resources are necessary as a summary sheet is included but the power-point does make reference to the new Oxford textbook. A consolidation sheet with examination questions is also included as an assessment activity.

By tosh740

GCSE AQA A: Ice on the Land - Glacial Processes

GCSE AQA A: Ice on the Land - Glacial Processes

This lesson covers the glacial processes of weathering, erosion, transport and deposition. It is a standalone lesson with an assessment activity included and a summary of the key processes. It does make reference to the old Oxford text but this is not necessary. The updated version based on the new AQA syllabus is available elsewhere.

By tosh740

KS3 Geography Homework Booklets

KS3 Geography Homework Booklets

This is a collection of homework booklets designed for KS3 Geography students. There are a range of topics included in this bundle. Each homework booklet is full of tasks and activities designed to consolidate classroom learning. This is ready-to-go homework that is extremely easy to set for the teacher! ENJOY!

By dunnsean

KS3 Plate Tectonics Homework Booklet

KS3 Plate Tectonics Homework Booklet

Homework booklet designed for KS3 Geography. This is for a Plate Tectonics 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.

By dunnsean

Coastal Processes

Coastal Processes

5 x lessons for the Edexcel GCSE module UK's Evolving Physical Landscape. These lessons explore the key processes acting on the coastal zone including erosion, deposition, wave processes and how landforms evolve. For more resources visit thisisgeography.co.ukFull module available for £10

By thisisgeography

The UK's Physical Landscape

The UK's Physical Landscape

3 x lessons for the Edexcel GCSE module UK's Evolving Physical Landscape. These lessons explore the landscape of the UK, rocks and the influence of glaciation on the UK.For more resources visit thisisgeography.co.ukFull module available for £10

By thisisgeography

People in the Landscape

People in the Landscape

1 x lesson for the Edexcel GCSE module UK's Evolving Physical Landscape. For more resources visit thisisgeography.co.ukFull module available for £10

By thisisgeography

WJEC B Year 11 REVISION 10) Coasts

WJEC B Year 11 REVISION 10) Coasts

The revision lessons go through key skills, use success criteria and where applicable have answers. It combines lessons with exam practice, games and group or independent work. The lesson below is broken down into the activities located within the slide. ALL RESOURCES WILL BE £2 TO AID TEACHERS TO PROVIDE REVISION.Settler: Wordshoot game.Settler (2): Key words worksheet.Exam skills: Describing the chronological order of landforms along Old Harrys Rock.Starter: Charades game.Exam skills: 8 mark case study for the 2011 exam paper.Main: Processes along a coastline.Exam Skills: LSD 4-mark question.Exam Skills: Impacts on a beach and management (2 and 4 mark questions).Game: Million Sweet Drop LIVE.Exam skills: 8 mark exam question.Exam skills: Paper 1A 2010 WJEC B Walk and Talk.Plenary: Penalty Shoot Out Game (seen opposite).Lesson 2:Starter: Geography countdown game.Main: Sand Dune formation, coastal management and impacts by people.Exam skills: Impacts on a sand dune and management.Exam skills: Beach nourishment 2-mark question and 5-mark coastal management question.Plenary: Picture quiz.

By GJDavis27

Alphabet Bundle : Make Learning The Alphabet Fun!

Alphabet Bundle : Make Learning The Alphabet Fun!

I have developed a huge number of different resources related to learning about the alphabet. This means that you are able to introduce the alphabet in different topics or throughout the year. I have also included a large number of different practice alphabet writing sheets.

By peterfogarty

Rocks and Soils Bundle

Rocks and Soils Bundle

Are you teaching about rocks and soils? I have created some nice teaching resources to help you to teach this topic in an imaginative way. There are photos, flashcards and even an alphabet!

By peterfogarty

Earthquakes Full SoW

Earthquakes Full SoW

Comprehensive Scheme of Work about Earthquakes, their effects and how they affect people. Written for Y8/9 EBSD boys. I use promethean and if you look at my planning there are hyperlinks to stuff too.

By asadler79

WJEC B Year 11 REVISION 9) Rivers

WJEC B Year 11 REVISION 9) Rivers

The revision lessons go through key skills, use success criteria and where applicable have answers. It combines lessons with exam practice, games and group or independent work. The lesson below is broken down into the activities located within the slide. ALL RESOURCES WILL BE £2 TO AID TEACHERS TO PROVIDE REVISION.Settler: Why Boscastle floods.Exam skills: OS Maps and reading them- 4/6 figure reference.Settler (2): Key words sheet.Settler (3): Picture analysis- 8 different pictures of rivers around the room. Students identify processes and landforms.Starter: Describe the course of the river.Exam Skills: Location of a river- 3 marks.Games: Picture BINGO.Games: Million Sweet Drop LIVE.Main: What is a drainage basin?Development: Map analysis.Exam skills: 8 mark case study question on Boscastle.Plenary: Blockbusters game.Plenary: Walk and Talk Higher 2009 Paper 1 WJEC B.Lesson 2:Settler: Unreliable water affecting the environment and people questions.Exam skills: 4 and 5 mark questions using sources.Starter- Key word Bingo Game.Main: Sections of the river.Exam skills: Middle course of the river landforms and processes (2 and 4 mark questions).Development: Paper 1 2012 River section.Plenary: Picture Quiz.

By GJDavis27

WJEC B PNWI 2016-2017 Coasts 4) Happisburgh under threat

WJEC B PNWI 2016-2017 Coasts 4) Happisburgh under threat

The lesson looks at Happisburgh erosion introducing students to the idea of decision-making for the WJEC syllabus. The settler recaps processes and applies it to the scenario of Happisburgh. The starter activity is GeoSingStar whereby the students come up with a rap, sing-song or poem to showcase knowledge on coasts. The mini-plenary - with the document attached -is a metacognitive strategy on previous learning. The main activity -seen opposite - is using the photo task attached and the Geog.1 book to label the photo on the erosion happening at Happisburgh. The continues with creating a template of Happisburgh erosion using the template, hyperlink and textbook. The development is empathy for the resident living at the location using the hyperlink. You can either use GeoSingStar for the plenary or alternatively the game SPLAT where students create a question with the answer on the IWB. The students then in pairs are challenged by the peer to SPLAT the correct word the quickest. These words move across the board.

By GJDavis27

WJEC B PNWI 2016-2017 Coasts 5) Types of Waves

WJEC B PNWI 2016-2017 Coasts 5) Types of Waves

The lesson is devoted to the two types of waves; constructive and destructive waves. The settler is a recap on key words and ideas in a minute. The starter is key word bingo whereby the teacher or student reads out a definition of a key word. It is the first student with 4 correct words that shouts BINGO. The homework task is identifying 5 types of pictures of beaches with the correct type of wave and associated terminology. The main is a hyperlink to another timed PowerPoint on swash and backwash definitions and also the movement of LSD. Students have an associated worksheet for this activity. There are hyperlinks to BBC class clips and model examples of waves. The mini-plenary shown opposite is the sweet million drop live. I give students sweets as a Behaviour Management technique and they use this in the game. Students have 20 seconds to decide where to place their sweets on a matrix of A-D. The students either gain sweets for the correct answer or lose them for incorrect ones. It is the students at the end of the game with the most sweets that keep them. The development is a news broadcast (can be delayed to the starter of the following lesson). The plenary is using post-it note to place a key word or definition of the images on the board- I use this as the settler the following lesson to guess the key word or definition.

By GJDavis27

Edexcel A-Level (2016) - Coastal Landscapes & Change (all lessons)

Edexcel A-Level (2016) - Coastal Landscapes & Change (all lessons)

Lessons covering enquiry questions 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the Coastal Landscapes and Change topic.Lessons use both the Edexcel A Level Geography: Book 1 and the Geography for Edexcel book by Bob Digby. Lessons can be adapted if you have different books or only one. Hope it helps! For more resources, visit: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TheGeographyShop

By TheGeographyShop

GCSE Geography OCR A - Soils and the landscape.

GCSE Geography OCR A - Soils and the landscape.

GCSE Geography OCR A. This lesson investigates the importance of soil and how soil/geology affects the UK landscapes. This lesson can be used in conjunction with the OCR A textbooks or using iPads/computers. These resources would be best used with the textbook.

By Arlia89

GCSE Geography OCR A (9-1) - How does geology affect UK landscapes?

GCSE Geography OCR A (9-1) - How does geology affect UK landscapes?

GCSE Geography OCR A (9-1). In this lesson students investigate the 3 main rock types involved in the formation of landscapes - sedimentary, metamorphic and igneous. This task can be used in conjunction with the GCSE Geography OCR A textbook. If you don't have the textbooks, there is only a small task at the end that can't be completed.

By Arlia89

Edexcel AS and A Level Geography  Option 2B: Coastal Landscapes and Change

Edexcel AS and A Level Geography Option 2B: Coastal Landscapes and Change

Resources for the whole unit. Interactive and challenging activities for year 12 students on the new AS/A level EDEXCEL course, incorporating GIS and homework tasks. Contains a scheme of work linking the resources to the syllabus. Just download, open the the "first 4 lessons" PowerPoint, and teach. Linked with the Pearson textbook from Frost et al.

By mrjohngeog

Hazardous Earth

Hazardous Earth

17 part lesson series for the whole of the Edexcel GCSE module Hazardous Earth. This is the complete module - Atmosphere, Climate Change, Hurricanes and Plate Tectonics. Specifically designed for the new Edexcel Geography GCSE but also suitable for AQA and OCR. All lesson are 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 lesson aim. Extension tasks and homework also included. All PowerPoints in the same signature style. For more resources visit thisisgeography.co.ukLesson sequence:1 - Introduction to Hazardous Earth2 - Atmospheric circulation and ocean currents3 - The Coriolis effect and the ITCZ4 - Causes of climate change5 - Managing climate change 6 - Past climates and the greenhouse effect7 - UK weather8 - Climate change and tropical storms9 - Tropical storms10 - Hurricane Katrina ICT project11 - Hurricane Katrina project review12 - Management to reduce risk13 - Inside the earth14 - Earthquakes15 - Haiti case study16 - New Zealand case study17 - Volcanoes

By thisisgeography

AQA GCSE 9-1 : Flipped Learning Revision Booklet- Tectonic Hazards.

AQA GCSE 9-1 : Flipped Learning Revision Booklet- Tectonic Hazards.

With the massive increase in content to plough through, we have found these invaluable. They follow the popular green revision guides (with the jokes) and are issued prior to the topic being taught for students to complete at home. Also designed to be used as part of a revision and exam preparation programme. This booklet covers the tectonics section of the physical geography unit with a clear and straightforward structure that students of all levels find easy to navigate. Focus is on key concepts, definitions and interactions. Each activity/page has a clear link to the revision guide page.

By tosh740

Edexcel A2 2016 Coasts Lesson 5 Waves and Geology

Edexcel A2 2016 Coasts Lesson 5 Waves and Geology

Using GIS to create a rose plot. looking at rocks in sample and under microscope to consider their formation and the implications for coastal erosionMarine Erosion and DepositionLO:Explain the importance of geology in the erosion of coastlines.

By mrjohngeog