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AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Coastal Landforms ,  Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Coastal Landforms , Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

These activities reinforce understanding of the ‘Subject Specific Vocabulary’ required for the Coastal Processes Section of the AQA Syllabus. Students match the definitions , complete a cloze activity and then produce a definitions table. An answer sheet is also included. No further preparation necessary. Editable and PDF versions of all sheets. Also included are complete A5 vocab sheets and a short slide answer ppt that can easily be added to existing presentations for easy self marking. Please leave a short review and in return claim another single resource for free.
tosh740
Presentation on Water Cycle and Water Insecurity (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Presentation on Water Cycle and Water Insecurity (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Comprehensive Presentation that Covers: The Global Water Cycle is of Enormous Importance to Life on Earth, Important Fluxes, The Water Budget, The Drainage Basin, An Open System Within The Global Cycle, Basin-Wide Factors, Precipitation, UK Precipitation, Human Disruptions, The Water Cycle Involves Water Budgets And River Systems At A Local Scale, Annual Budget Graphs, The Impact On Soil Water Availability, River Regimes, Storm Hydrographs, Why And How Storm Hydrographs Vary, Physical Factors Influencing Storm Hydrographs, Human Factors Influencing Storm Hydrographs, Players, Water Deficits, Normal Years, La Nina, El Nino, Southern Oscillation Index (SOI) And The Future, How Does Human Activity Contribute To Deficits? The Impact Of Deficit On Ecosystems, Water Surpluses, Impacts Of Storm Desmond 2015, Other Causes Of Surpluses, Human Actions Increasing Flood Risk, Climate Change, California, Implications, Water Insecurity, Physical/Human Causes Of Water Insecurity, Increasing Pressure On Water Resources, Future Projections, The Consequences Of Water Insecurity, Why Does The Price Of Water Vary? Water Privatisation, Water Poverty Index (WPI), The Importance Of Water Supply For Development, Supply And Wellbeing, Murray-Darling Basin Insecurity, Potential For Water Conflict, Nile Basin Conflict, Gaza Water Conflict, Colorado Basin Water Conflict, The Varied Sustainability Of Water Supply Management Schemes, Hard Engineering, Sustainable Schemes and Players In Reducing Water Conflict.
jh081326
Revision Notes on The Water Cycle and Water Insecurity (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Revision Notes on The Water Cycle and Water Insecurity (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Comprehensive Revision Notes that Cover: Physical Factors Affecting Water Supply, Water Sources, Fresh Water is a Finite Resource, Water Stress, Human Impacts On Water Availability, Access to Water, The Water Poverty Index, Water Geopolitics, Trends In Water Demand, Three Alternative Futures, Water Players And Decision Makers, Responses To Rising Demand and Water Technology.
jh081326
Revision Notes on Tectonic Processes and Hazards (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Revision Notes on Tectonic Processes and Hazards (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Comprehensive Revision Notes that Cover: Francis Bacon 1620, Robert Mallet 1870s, Alfred Wegner 1911, 1948 Ewing, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Palaeomagnetic Evidence, Ocean / Continental Divergence, Oceanic / Oceanic Convergence, Continental / Continental Collision, Constructive Margins, Conservative Margins, Deep Sea Trenches, Rift Valleys, Hotspots, Volcanoes, Extrusive Landforms, Intrusive Landforms, Primary Effects of a Volcanic Eruption, Secondary Effects, 2010 Eruption of Eyjafjallajökul Impact, Mount Etna 13th July 2001 Impact, Nevado Del Ruiz Eruption 1985, Haiti 2010 Earthquake, Northridge USA 1994, Tsunami, Effects, Short Term Responses and Long Term Responses.
jh081326
Revision Notes on Edexcel A Level Geography

Revision Notes on Edexcel A Level Geography

Comprehensive Revision Notes that Cover: Globalisation, Tectonic Processes and Hazards, Superpowers, the Water Cycle and Water Insecurity as well as Coastal Systems and Landscapes.
jh081326
Revision Notes on the Coastal Systems and Landscapes (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Revision Notes on the Coastal Systems and Landscapes (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Comprehensive Revision Notes Covering: Coasts are Natural Systems, Sources of Energy in Coastal Systems, Coasts Can Be High Energy or Low Energy, Sediment Sources in Coastal Systems, Six Ways Waves Erode the Coastline, Transportation is the Process of Eroded Material Being Moved, Deposition is the Process of Dropping Eroded Material, Sub-Aerial Weathering Occurs Along the Coastline, Salt Weathering, Freeze-thaw Weathering, Chemical Weathering, Wetting and Drying, Some Coastal Landforms are Caused by Erosion, Some Coastal Landforms are Caused by Deposition, Sea Level Changes are Eustatic or Isostatic, Climate Change Causes Changes in Sea Level, Climate Change Has Impacts on Coastal Areas, Sea Level Rise Result in Coastlines of Submergence, Only Some Parts of the Coast are Defended, Four Options for Coastal Management, Hard Engineering Defences, Soft Engineering Defences and Sustainable Management Strategies for the Future.
jh081326
Nidderdale Rocks - Image resources

Nidderdale Rocks - Image resources

Nidderdale was once under a tropical sea in the southern hemisphere. Our Nidderdale Rocks resources helps students to understand the variety of influences that have formed the present-day landscape and to think about the different rocks and minerals beneath their feet. The resources have been designed for primary age children, and the topic web shows links with National Curriculum objectives and contains suggested activities. Other Nidderdale Rocks resources: Map-based geology activities Rock types and uses activities Timeline activities This is part of the Upper Nidderdale Landscape Partnership’s educational resources - more available on our website: Upper Nidderdale The Upper Nidderdale educational resources were created by Julia Sharpley and the historical illustrations were drawn by Rob Lees. Each resource package includes acknowledgements for all photographs and other materials used within. The majority are used under a Creative Commons licence. Permissions to use all other materials have been obtained from the copyright holders. The historical illustrations were funded by the Friends of Nidderdale AONB, coupled with core funding from Heritage Lottery Fund.
UpperNidderdaleLPS
Nidderdale Rocks - Timeline activities

Nidderdale Rocks - Timeline activities

Nidderdale was once under a tropical sea in the southern hemisphere. Our Nidderdale Rocks resources helps students to understand the variety of influences that have formed the present-day landscape and to think about the different rocks and minerals beneath their feet. The resources have been designed for primary age children, and the topic web shows links with National Curriculum objectives and contains suggested activities. Other Nidderdale Rocks resources: Map-based geology activities Rock types and uses activities Image resources This is part of the Upper Nidderdale Landscape Partnership’s educational resources - more available on our website: Upper Nidderdale The Upper Nidderdale educational resources were created by Julia Sharpley and the historical illustrations were drawn by Rob Lees. Each resource package includes acknowledgements for all photographs and other materials used within. The majority are used under a Creative Commons licence. Permissions to use all other materials have been obtained from the copyright holders. The historical illustrations were funded by the Friends of Nidderdale AONB, coupled with core funding from Heritage Lottery Fund.
UpperNidderdaleLPS
Nidderdale Rocks - Rock types and uses activities

Nidderdale Rocks - Rock types and uses activities

Nidderdale was once under a tropical sea in the southern hemisphere. Our Nidderdale Rocks resources helps students to understand the variety of influences that have formed the present-day landscape and to think about the different rocks and minerals beneath their feet. The resources have been designed for primary age children, and the topic web shows links with National Curriculum objectives and contains suggested activities. Other Nidderdale Rocks resources: Map-based geology activities Timeline activities Image resources This is part of the Upper Nidderdale Landscape Partnership’s educational resources - more available on our website: Upper Nidderdale The Upper Nidderdale educational resources were created by Julia Sharpley and the historical illustrations were drawn by Rob Lees. Each resource package includes acknowledgements for all photographs and other materials used within. The majority are used under a Creative Commons licence. Permissions to use all other materials have been obtained from the copyright holders. The historical illustrations were funded by the Friends of Nidderdale AONB, coupled with core funding from Heritage Lottery Fund.
UpperNidderdaleLPS
Nidderdale Rocks - Map-based geology activities

Nidderdale Rocks - Map-based geology activities

Nidderdale was once under a tropical sea in the southern hemisphere. Our Nidderdale Rocks resources helps students to understand the variety of influences that have formed the present-day landscape and to think about the different rocks and minerals beneath their feet. The resources have been designed for primary age children, and the topic web shows links with National Curriculum objectives and contains suggested activities. Other Nidderdale Rocks resources: Rock types and uses activities Timeline activities Image resources This is part of the Upper Nidderdale Landscape Partnership’s educational resources - more available on our website: Upper Nidderdale The Upper Nidderdale educational resources were created by Julia Sharpley and the historical illustrations were drawn by Rob Lees. Each resource package includes acknowledgements for all photographs and other materials used within. The majority are used under a Creative Commons licence. Permissions to use all other materials have been obtained from the copyright holders. The historical illustrations were funded by the Friends of Nidderdale AONB, coupled with core funding from Heritage Lottery Fund.
UpperNidderdaleLPS
AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Coastal Processes Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

AQA 9-1 GCSE Geography - Coastal Processes Key Vocabulary Literacy Activity Sheets.

These activities reinforce understanding of the ‘Subject Specific Vocabulary’ required for the Coastal Processes Section of the AQA Syllabus. Students match the definitions , complete a cloze activity and then produce a definitions table. An answer sheet is also included. No further preparation necessary. Editable and PDF versions of all sheets. Also included are complete A5 vocab sheets and a short slide answer ppt that can easily be added to existing presentations for easy self marking. Please leave a short review and in return claim another single resource for free.
tosh740
Presentation on Coastal Landscapes and Change (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Presentation on Coastal Landscapes and Change (A Level Edexcel Geography)

Comprehensive Presentation Covering: Holistic Management – ICZM Schemes, Policy Decisions, Odisha ICZM, Making Complex Judgments, Coastal Management, Sustainable Management, Consequences Of Coastal Recession And Flooding, The Threat Of Rapid Coastal Retreat At Holderness, Causes Of Cliff Retreat, The Influence Of Sub-Aerial Processes On Coastal Erosion And Temporal Variation, The Risk Of Coastal Flooding, Storm Surges, Northern Europe Storm Surge 2013, Climate Change And Flood Risk, Sea Level Change, Coastal Features Produced By Sea Level Change, The Risk Of Contemporary Sea Level Change, Subaerial Processes I - Weathering, Subaerial Processes II – Mass Movement, Sediment Transport, Depositional Landforms, Depositional Landforms II, The Sediment Cell Concept, Waves, Waves II, The Contribution Of Waves, Erosion Processes, Erosional Landforms, The Impact Of Lithology On Cliff Recession, Differential Erosion, Stabilisation, Lithology Influences The Formation Of Certain Coasts, The Influence of Lithology, The Littoral Zone, Types Of Coast and Sediment Supply.
jh081326
Deposition landforms

Deposition landforms

Deposition landforms Learning objective/WALT (We are learning to): WALT: describe how devotional landforms are formed in sequence. The main lesson is on Smart Notebook and resources are in PPT format or word. Resources for the lesson saved in the attachment section (paper clip) on the SNB. This lesson has knowledge checks with a self assessment opportunities as well as and assessment opportunity (exam practice) with success criteria and a model answer. Good link to OS maps and identification of landforms of deposition.
carolinemcleggan5
Hard engineering- coastal management

Hard engineering- coastal management

Hard engineering- coastal management Learning objective/WALT (We are learning to): WALT: describe why coastal management is needed, WALT: a range of coastal management strategies WALT: Justify using a range of viewpoints The main lesson is on Smart Notebook and resources are in PPT format or word. Resources for the lesson saved in the attachment section (paper clip) on the SNB.
carolinemcleggan5
Mountains - Geographical Land forms: Blue Mountains, Sydney

Mountains - Geographical Land forms: Blue Mountains, Sydney

Mountains - Geographical Landforms: Blue Mountains - This resource has a notebook and a worksheet. This notebook looks at mountains and their features. It focuses on Blue Mountains in Sydney, but you can easily change that feature to your local mountains. It assists students in using maps. It has a fun activity of dressing Ed Sheeran for walking in the mountains. I also used that page and placed my students’ heads on the body, so that it was personalised so they could be dressed on the interactive whiteboard and on paper to walk in the mountains. There are also some integrated literacy skills to match aspects of the mountain as well as a writing sheet. It was created for students with special needs (SEN) for teaching life skills but can be used as a valuable resource for early years literacy. There is an accompanying visual symbol board to print.
pearp
Coastal erosion and erosion landforms

Coastal erosion and erosion landforms

Coastal erosion and erosion landforms Learning objective/WALT (We are learning to): WALT: Describe how processes shape the coastline WALT: Coasts are shaped by the sea and the action of waves. This lesson has knowledge checks with a self assessment opportunity as well as and assessment opportunity with success criteria. The main lesson is on Smart Notebook and resources are in PPT format or word. Resources for the lesson saved in the attachment section (paper clip) on the SNB.
carolinemcleggan5
Waves and tides

Waves and tides

Waves and tides Learning objective/WALT (We are learning to) WALT - Identify the causes of tides - Describe wave characteristics This lesson is differentiated using hard, harder, hardest tasks. This lesson has knowledge checks with a self assessment opportunity
carolinemcleggan5
Britain's varied coastlines

Britain's varied coastlines

Britain’s varied coastlines Learning objective/WALT (We are learning to) : WALT: describe and compare Britain’s beaches The main lesson is on Smart Notebook and resources are in PPT format or word. Resources for the lesson saved in the attachment section (paper clip) on the SNB. This lesson has knowledge checks with a self assessment opportunity Students will find that Britain’s beaches vary in terms of rock type, use and popularity.
carolinemcleggan5
rainfall and flooding including flood hydrographs

rainfall and flooding including flood hydrographs

rainfall and flooding including flood hydrographs Learning objectives WALT: suggest the causes of flooding. To present information graphically. To analyse and interpret graphs using data Complete with modelling and challange as well as differentiated flood hydrograph sheets.
carolinemcleggan5
River processes

River processes

River processes including diagrams. LOs: WALT: be able to describe how rivers differ from source to mouth WALT: describe processes that shape rivers Complete with knowledge checks, self assessment, printable worksheets And an assessed peice of work with success criteria.
carolinemcleggan5
Geographical time line cards for students to sort and record

Geographical time line cards for students to sort and record

Start of timeline 4.6 billion years ago to present day. WALT: sort information into sequence. Task: You will each be given a set of cards You will need to discuss the chronological (date) order of these statements. Place them in order of earliest to present day and then record them in your books. You may simplify the statements. Differentiation: bold statements for east of use.
carolinemcleggan5
Geography AQA 1-9 Paper 3 fieldwork and pre-release

Geography AQA 1-9 Paper 3 fieldwork and pre-release

This is a revision booster lesson for AQA GCSE students. It has examiners tips, case studies and skills. I used this with my year 11s on the lead up to the exams and they loved it. They found it REALLY helpful. Fieldwork focus is 2 main areas Human QOL in urban areas Coastal mamangmet and its effect on coastal erosion at Walton-on-the-Naze.
carolinemcleggan5
Revision Notes on Hot Desert Systems and Landscapes (A Level AQA Geography)

Revision Notes on Hot Desert Systems and Landscapes (A Level AQA Geography)

Comprehensive Notes Covering: Deserts as Natural Systems, Systems and Processes, Arid Landscapes, Desertification, What are the Impacts of Desertification? What are Dryland Ecosystems? Why are dryland ecosystems so vulnerable to over-exploitation and inappropriate land use? and Desertification and Food Insecurity Case Studies.
jh081326
Presentation on Coastal Systems and Landscapes (A Level AQA Geography)

Presentation on Coastal Systems and Landscapes (A Level AQA Geography)

Comprehensive Presentation Covering: Natural Systems, Sources Of Energy At The Coast, Sources Of Sediment, Sediment Cells And Budgets, Sediment Cell Diagram, Weathering, Mass Movement, Marine Processes- Erosion, Marine Processes- Transportation, Marine Processes- Deposition, Sea Level Change, Landforms Caused by Changing Sea Level, Contemporary Sea Level Change, Coastal Management, Sustainable Integrated Approaches, Case Study Holderness and Case Study Odisha, India.
jh081326
Investigating Rivers

Investigating Rivers

This set of resources is designed for teaching the KS2 Geography unit ‘Investigating Rivers’. The planning, presentations and activities are also available individually on the TES. If you like this resource, please review it. If you have any suggestions or feedback, contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk. I am also looking for teachers to test new resources. Get in touch if you would like to help!
eddiebray
Investigating Rivers - medium term plan & topic title page

Investigating Rivers - medium term plan & topic title page

This is the medium term plan for the KS2 Geography unit ‘Investigating Rivers’. A topic cover page is also included. The presentations and activities described in this unit plan are available on the TES, either as individual lessons or as a bundle. If you like this resource, please review it. If you have any suggestions or feedback, contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk. I am also looking for teachers to test new resources – please get in touch if you would like to help!
eddiebray
Rivers - Understanding the impact of floods and droughts

Rivers - Understanding the impact of floods and droughts

This resource is aimed at upper KS2 or lower KS3 and is part of a wider Rivers unit (see ‘Rivers - medium term plan’). First the presentation asks children to look at rainfall patterns in the UK. It then goes on to investigate how flooding can occur when too much rain falls in a short period of time. Different types of flooding (e.g. tidal flooding) are also covered. Then children explore the consequences of too little rain - i.e. drought - and the effects this can have. In the comprehension activity, children answer questions based on a text called ‘Floods and Droughts’. It is differentiated two ways: LA: Easier comprehension questions with an extension (pre-reading the text is also recommended). MA/UA: Harder comprehension questions with an extension. If you like this resource, please review it. I will happily send you a free resource of your choice in return for a review or useful suggestions/feedback. Contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk
eddiebray
Landforms Scavenger Hunt Activity

Landforms Scavenger Hunt Activity

Landforms Scavenger Hunt Activity: At the end of this Scavenger hunt students will be able to learn about the various Landforms with science of their formation along with its useful vocabulary. Its a great tool to review any subject units. Colorful and neat images on cards will create a deep interest among kids to perform the game with great visualization. Task cards are a great alternative to worksheets. They allow students for random movement in the classroom, which brain research shows increases achievement! It works well with partners or individually. Preview images may have reduced picture quality due to jpeg file. But original .pdf file contains clear images. How to Use: Print the 28 Scavenger Hunt cards on card stock or brightly -coloured paper and cut them apart along the black lines. Make copies of the Scavenger Hunt questions worksheet. Each student needs a copy. Place the Scavenger Hunt cards around your classroom where students will be able to find them. You can put them on chairs, on the computer keyboard, on the back of your classroom door, on the sides of student desks, on the chalkboard or wherever you like. Students have to search the room and find all of the sentence cards to answer the questions. You can differentiate by having students work alone or with a classmate. © 2015 Brilliant Classes This purchase is for one teacher and for classroom use only. All rights reserved. No part of this product may be reproduced, transmitted or distributed without express permission from the author. This product may not be posted or uploaded to the Internet in any form including classroom websites or network drives. If other teachers, colleagues, teams, schools or districts wish to use this resource, additional licenses must be purchased and can be done so for half price. You will find lots more in my store, including math, science, ELA,activities/craftivities, special education, interactive activities, and more!
ilaxippatel
Revision Notes on AQA A Level Geography

Revision Notes on AQA A Level Geography

Comprehensive Revision Notes that Cover: Ecosystems Under Stress, Water and Carbon Cycles, Hot Desert Systems and Landscapes, Population and The Environment alongside Contemporary Urban Environments.
jh081326
Rivers - Investigating features of the River Thames on maps and satellite photos

Rivers - Investigating features of the River Thames on maps and satellite photos

This resource is aimed at upper KS2 or lower KS3 children and is part of a wider Rivers unit (see Rivers - medium term plan). In the presentation, children are taken on a journey from the source to the mouth of the River Thames. Starting at Thames Head, the source of the River Thames, children investigate maps and satellite photos and try to identify common river features along the way. Other locations include Windsor Castle, the Isle of Dogs in London and the mouth of the river at Southend-on-Sea. The writing-based activity challenges children to first label each map/satellite photo and then write a paragraph describing the location and river features they can see. It is differentiated two ways: LA - Children have maps/satellite photos and cloze procedure paragraphs to complete. MA/UA - Children have maps/satellite photos, a wordbank and write their own paragraphs. If you like this resource, please review it. I will happily send you a free resource of your choice in return for a review or useful suggestions/feedback. Contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk
eddiebray
Rivers - Identifying characteristics of the three stages of a river

Rivers - Identifying characteristics of the three stages of a river

This resource is aimed at upper KS2 or lower KS3 children and is part of a wider Rivers unit (see Rivers - medium term plan). In the presentation, children are first introduced to the three stages of a river - the upper course, middle course and lower course - and some of the key features of each. It then challenges children to think about the characteristics of rivers in these different stages (e.g. altitude, channel width, water speed and amount of erosion). The related activity asks children to match descriptions to each stage of a river. It is differentiated two ways: MA/UA - Children have descriptions which they match to either the upper, middle or lower course of a river. LA - Children have colour coded descriptions to make comparing them easier. If you like this resource, please review it. I will happily send you a free resource of your choice in return for a review or useful suggestions/feedback. Contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk
eddiebray
Geography GCSE Course AQA 2016

Geography GCSE Course AQA 2016

This is a whole course summary in 40 pages in detailed revision notes which guarantees help for students with limited notes before their GCSE’s or for those who would like more information to add onto their own notes. These revision fact files were made by me, as a student during my own GCSE’s therefore I can assure that they are easy to understand and a great revision guide. This only covers the case studies and topics I have covered during my GCSE but they are enough to fully finish the Geography 9-1 GCSE AQA exams, also if you have studied different topics, you may wish to use my notes as a template and write your own notes similarly but adapted to what you’ve studied. I recommend buying this coloured pdf and using it by highlighting it while revising. I made these notes by being supported by a qualified and approved GCSE Textbook. For students who are starting their revision late, I certify this being one of the best methods to achieve high grades during your exams in the following summers. I wish you all all the best in whatever you are studying.
yuktha_fio_6
Passport

Passport

For more information visit my blog; https://mrsgeographyblog.wordpress.com/2016/08/03/passport-to-geography/
MrsGeography16
GCSE AQA 9-1 Geography Section A Subject Specific Vocabulary Natural Hazards Bundle

GCSE AQA 9-1 Geography Section A Subject Specific Vocabulary Natural Hazards Bundle

These resources cover all the key subject specific vocabulary used in the AQA 9-1 GCSE Paper 1 , Section A , Natural Hazards. The sheets can be used individually to as starters or quick recap activities. Answer sheets are included and a powerpoint slides can be simply ‘dropped in’ to existing lessons to allow for quick self marking /checking. PDF and editable versions included.
tosh740
AQA GCSE KS4 assessment booklet

AQA GCSE KS4 assessment booklet

Assessment booklet created for the AQA spec so that students can track their progress over the course. Students start their GCSE’s in year 9 and do revision in year 10 which is why the booklet only covers year 9 and 10.
88collinsl
Assessment for Year 3 geography and history objectives linked to Active Planet/Volcanoes topic

Assessment for Year 3 geography and history objectives linked to Active Planet/Volcanoes topic

This resource can be used either at the start of a topic as a baseline or at the end of a topic to assess learning. The questions relate to different Year 3 geography and history objectives such as identifying the equator, naming the 7 continents, comparing lives of people in the past etc. Most of the questions place these skills in the context of volcanoes, e.g. Pompeii This resource may also give you ideas for linking objectives to this topic and activities you could do in the classroom.
carlylolou
AUSTRALIAN LANDFORM - THE DISSECTED SEDIMENTARY SANDSTONE PLATEAU OF LIMMEN

AUSTRALIAN LANDFORM - THE DISSECTED SEDIMENTARY SANDSTONE PLATEAU OF LIMMEN

This is a unit that fits into the study of landforms. If you have geomorpholgy as part of your course then this unit will be a useful addition. This unit can stand alone or it could be used as an interest in tourism within the newly proclaimed Limmen National Park of the Northern Territory of Australia. Take your students off the main unsealed central road of the Limmen National Park and you will find the so-called “Lost Southern City”. It has formed over 150 million years through the processes and actions of weathering, transportation, erosion. The diagram sequence will explain the formation of the sandstone columns, pillars and intervening valleys. The photo interpretation worksheet (colour or black and white) is added to check the level of understanding of your students. If you are searching for a unit that is relatively short, contains interest and isa ready-to-handout package then this unit will ease your pressure of preparation time. Photographs, diagrams and maps are included.
KPolkinghorne
(7 resources) coasts gcse ks3 1-9 features spits bars bays headlands hard soft holderness

(7 resources) coasts gcse ks3 1-9 features spits bars bays headlands hard soft holderness

A lesson that explores how river features & management associated with the Holderness coastline. (3 lessons really) Pupils have a choice of tasks. All materals are differentiated to allow access to learning for all pupils. Students use the information sheet (no need for books). Promotes independent learning. I would recommend printing the information sheet in colour & in A3 & laminating it, to be used again. Links well to much of the new 1-9 specification and was used as part of the KS3 SOW.
andymcstump