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NEW 9-1 Coasts Revision Sheet

NEW 9-1 Coasts Revision Sheet

Coasts Revision Sheet can be printed doubled sided on either A4 or A3. This sheet is aimed at pupils who prefer more structured revision or lower ability students who need more support. Sheet numbered 1 - 12 as used in conjunction with revision clocks. Students to pick which sheet they'd prefer allowing for self differentiation.
Katie_Maria
Glacial Landforms of Erosion: AQA GCSE

Glacial Landforms of Erosion: AQA GCSE

This presentation examines the formation of aretes, pyramidal peaks, hanging valleys, truncated spurs, ribbon lakes and so on. There are plenty of photographs to help explain the formation of these features and several questions based on a map extract of the area around Helvellyn to help students to identify these features on a 1:25 000 map.
gesbcs
Longshore Drift

Longshore Drift

A straightforward worksheet that covers the process of longshore drift, answer sheet also included.
tosh740
OCR A Level Coastal Landscapes - The Formation of Spits and Associated Landforms.

OCR A Level Coastal Landscapes - The Formation of Spits and Associated Landforms.

This lesson covers the formation spits and bars. The resource links clearly to the Hodder text and ensures that students also focus on integrating actual examples of a spit, tombolo and bar. The emphasis is on applying processes to formation rather than a simple chronological description. The power-point guides students through the process but the sheet is self explanatory and little teacher input is required. This resource can also be used as revision activity for Year 13.
tosh740
GCSE AQA 9-1 Coasts : The Formation of Headlands and Bays.

GCSE AQA 9-1 Coasts : The Formation of Headlands and Bays.

Landform sequencing sheet and answers taken from the lesson on headlands and bays. Designed for the new AQA 9-1 Syllabus. Full lesson contains video links and fully editable resources available from my shop. These sheets are available for all the coastal landforms and come complete with answers.
tosh740
GCSE 9-1 Coasts: Erosional Landforms Bundle

GCSE 9-1 Coasts: Erosional Landforms Bundle

Three complete lessons and a worksheet pack that cover the main erosional coastal landforms. Stacks, headlands, bays, cliffs and wave-cut platforms are all included. Worksheets with answers provided that guide students through sequencing each landform with the emphasis on process detail and geology. Differentiated activities included. Designed for the AQA Syllabus but suitable for all.
tosh740
GCSE AQA 9-1 Coasts : The Formation of Headlands and Bays.

GCSE AQA 9-1 Coasts : The Formation of Headlands and Bays.

A complete lesson that covers the formation of headlands and bays. Concordant and discordant coastlines are covered. Students build up a model answer that includes description, explanation and the correct sequence. A complete resource, no textbook required.
tosh740
OCR A Level : Coastal Landscapes - Formation of Headlands and Bays.

OCR A Level : Coastal Landscapes - Formation of Headlands and Bays.

This lesson covers the formation of headlands and bays. I found myself being frustrated by the lack of process detail that students were putting into their answers. They have textbooks but rarely seem to read them closely! My solution was to design these A3 sheets which guide students through the note taking process by getting them to focus on a wide ranging exam style question. The sheet links clearly to the Hodder text and ensures that students also focus on integrating the case study of Flamborough Head where these features can be seen. The emphasis is on applying processes to formation rather than a simple chronological description. The quality of the final written answers has improved massively as a result of using these. The power-point guides students through the process but the sheet is self explanatory and little teacher input is required. Teacher lesson notes are also included. This resource can also be used as revision activity for Year 13.
tosh740
OCR A Level Coastal Landscapes - The Formation of Stacks and Associated Landforms.

OCR A Level Coastal Landscapes - The Formation of Stacks and Associated Landforms.

This lesson covers the formation of stacks and associated landforms. I found myself being frustrated by the lack of process detail that students were putting into their answers. They have textbooks but rarely seem to read them closely! My solution was to design these A3 sheets which guide students through the note taking process by getting them to focus on a wide ranging exam style question. The sheet links clearly to the Hodder text and ensures that students also focus on integrating the case study of Flamborough Head where these features can be seen. The emphasis is on applying processes to formation rather than a simple chronological description. The quality of the final written answers has improved massively as a result of using these. The power-point guides students through the process but the sheet is self explanatory and little teacher input is required. Teacher lesson notes are also included. This resource can also be used as revision activity for Year 13.
tosh740