Below please find instruction for this week’s Geography lessons. If you have any queries concerning any of the work outlined below, please do not hesitate to email during normal school hours.
Textbook pages: 143
Learning Intention: To describe with the aid of a labelled diagram how sea cliffs are formed.
1) Read page 143 to gain information on how sea cliffs are formed.
2) Draw and label a diagram of sea cliffs and wave cut platforms in your copy. Use the diagram on page 143 to help.
3) Beneath your diagram write a paragraph summarising how a sea cliff is formed.
Textbook pages: 144
Learning Intention: To describe with the aid of a model how sea caves, arches, stacks and stumps are formed.
1) Read page 144 to gain information on how sea caves, arches, stacks and stumps are formed.
2) Build a model of a a shoreline showing at least three features of sea erosion you have studied so far. The following household materials could be used, cereal boxes, shoe boxes, milk cartons, egg cartons, sellotape/masking tape, scissors (must be supervised), glue sticks, colours/poster paints.
3) Imagine you are using your model to demonstrate how each of the three features of sea erosion you chose are formed. Write a short script to verbally support your explanation of how each feature is formed.
Textbook pages: 145
Skills Book pages: 62 & 63
Learning Intention: 1) To identify features of sea erosion in photographs. 2) To explain the process of sea transportation known as longshore drift.
1) Complete question 2, page 62 in your skills book, entitled Recognising Coastal Features. (You can write your answers in the space provided in your skills book).
2) Read page 145 to gather information on the process of sea transportation, known as longshore drift.
3) Do question 2, page 145 to illustrate and describe the process of longshore drift.
4) Complete question 3, page 63 in your skills book, entitled Processes of sea erosion and transportation.
Textbook pages: 146
Learning Intention: 1) Explain how beaches are formed with the aid of a labelled diagram.
1) Read page 146 to gather information on the formation of a beach.
2) Create a visual square to summarise how a beach is formed. To create a visual square you should turn your copy landscape (horizontally), using the full page draw a rectangular frame and split it evenly into four boxes. Place the following sub-headings, one in each box. A) Definition of a beach & Irish Examples, B ) Formation of a beach, C) Illustration of a beach & D) Associated keywords. Then fill out each section appropriately.