Whole-school coasts resources

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Gorse Bush

Gorse Bush

A collection of photos that I have curated from my encounters with gorse bushes in Britain. I have used these with my students as part of our science and geography lessons as we learn about plants, ecosystems, habitats, management of popular areas, folklore of Britain, and seed dispersal. These photos can be used by students as part of their presentations or projects. Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.

By sarah277

Coastal Plants of Britain

Coastal Plants of Britain

A collection of photos from my solo row around the entire coast of Great Britain which will be added to over time. Featuring the different plants, flowers, and grasses I see on my journey. Ideal for use in class projects and presentations and for exploring adaptation to the environment. Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.

By sarah277

The Solar System.

The Solar System.

The Solar System. Lesson Objectives: At the end of the lesson students should be able to: Describe the solar system. Identify each planet in the solar system. Describe the unique characteristics of each planet in the solar system. This slide examines the topic and should be used to teach students of geography in KS 3,4 & 5 . It is written, with graphically illustration and revision questions at the end meant for assessment. A must have for teachers of geography in KS 3-5.

By superclassic73

NEW Alevel - physical geography water + carbon cycle, coasts key word flashcards

NEW Alevel - physical geography water + carbon cycle, coasts key word flashcards

Key terms and definitions for Physical Geography - AQA Alevel. Topics include The Water cycle, The Carbon cycle and Coastal Landscapes. Flashcards of all keywords arranged by topic order or alphabetical order. Flashcards can be cut up and rearranged for revision, testing or class activities. Small, Large and Double Sided cards included. Glossary Provided

By ebrook_

Coastal Landscapes Fieldwork New AQA Geography spec

Coastal Landscapes Fieldwork New AQA Geography spec

This Publisher booklet is ready to print in a handy A5 format. It is a one-stop-shop for planning, carrying out, and analysing your Physical Geography Fieldwork for the new AQA GCSE spec. It will be easily adapted for your fieldwork on wave types, beach profiles and longshore drift. We used it for a full day's fieldwork with the activities carried out during a long morning and the analysis carried out in the afternoon on site. This left very little to do in follow up lessons. Structure: Task 1 Beach profiles - method, results, analysis Task 2 Pebble Size - method, results, analysis Task 3 Wave type and LSD - method, results, analysis Conclusion Evaluation More details: The booklet is designed to cover the physical fieldwork for the new AQA Geography spec. The fieldwork looks at beach profiles, pebble sizes, longshore currents and wave types. Clear instruction are provided in the booklets for each activity to help students and support staff. The booklet contains tables for recording the data and also clear instructions for analysis. There are also sections with questions that draw out conclusions and Evaluation. I've also added a support PPT for analysis, conclusions, and evaluation. This runs through possible responses to questions but will, of course, need to be adapted to your location.

By pilkwilk

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KS3 GEOGRAPHY SOW - Coasts BUNDLE

KS3 GEOGRAPHY SOW - Coasts BUNDLE

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

By markalanwilliams10

KS3 Coasts - Assessment

KS3 Coasts - Assessment

As end of term assessment for the topic of Coasts and completely FREE. Ideal for years 7 to 9. Previously completed within a 1hr lesson with revision time at the start, but can easily be completed in lessons with less time available. Based around my Coasts scheme of work, but can be adapted to suit you. Includes mark scheme.

By markalanwilliams10

KS3 Coasts - Holderness Coast

KS3 Coasts - Holderness Coast

The final lesson in the series for the topic of Coasts, and its yours for FREE. Ideal for Years 7 to 9. Previously taught by myself in a 1hr lesson, but can be adapted to fill 2 hours. This lesson looks at the coastal erosion case study of the Holderness Coast in the North East of England, the fastest eroding coastline in Europe. One of my favourite lessons to teach and very much pupil led during the main activity. Hope you enjoy!

By markalanwilliams10

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KS3 Coasts - Coast Management AND Hard & Soft Engineering

KS3 Coasts - Coast Management AND Hard & Soft Engineering

A lesson or double lesson for the topic of Coasts. Ideal for Years 7 to 9. Previously taught by myself in a 1hr lesson for high ability but over 2hrs to low ability. This lesson can be taught over either 1 or 2 hrs based on the ability of the class and how you choose to teach it. Pupils will be introduced to options around managing the coast (do nothing, hold the line etc) before producing an information table about 6 methods of engineering, using the information sheets provided (3 hard, 3 soft). The final activity will see the pupils write a letter, using their information table for guidance, stating why they will defend Marine Point in New Brighton (or you can substitute the image for this for any other built up coastal location depending on where your school is).

By markalanwilliams10

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KS3 Coasts - Spits

KS3 Coasts - Spits

A lesson for the topic of Coasts. Ideal for Years 7 to 9. Previously taught by myself in a 1hr lesson. The lesson includes a 'True or False' recap to begin based on Longshore drift, rock type and erosion, two types of waves and stump formation; this is then followed by two main activities that the pupils must complete in order to understand how a Spit is formed and the features that come with it. Firstly, a numbered diagram with missing descriptions, followed by a worksheet with the ends of sentences missing. A word box is provided for help.

By markalanwilliams10