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Linking the Learning - The Three questions below are examples that have appeared on past papers.
- Describe the possible economic and environmental effects of rising sea level. (6) - (GCSE June 2013)
- Explain why sea levels are likely to rise. (3) - (GCSE June 2010)
- Use a case study to describe the economic effects of coastal flooding. (4) - (GCSE June 2010)
Starter: Watch the video clip below to see what will not be happening on any field trip run by GeoCoops to the coast
Location: The map below shows the location of The Forelands Headland and Old Harry Rocks.
Task: Use the geology map below to explain how the headland called The Forelands was formed.
Task: Watch the video explaining the formation of stump. place the following statements. To open the webpage and watch the video click here. To open the webpage with the explanation on click here.
Task: Rearrange the statements below to explain how a stump is formed.
Task: Download a copy of the photograph showing The Forelands. Add the following features to the photograph; lines of weekness, high and low tide mark, cave, arch, stack, stump and wave cut platform.
Task: Produce a sketch of each of the four diagrams shown in below. Under each sketch write a paragraph that explains how a stump is formed.
Task: Use the assessment sheet below to self access you work. Ensure that you set a target for yourself. To download the Headlands Assessment Sheet click here.
Extra: The formation of the Isle of White. The animation below show the formation of the Isles of White and the coast along which The Foreland Headland is located. To open the webpage and watch the animation can be watched by click here.
Extra: Draw an annotated sketch of The Forelands Headland in the time given. Use the Coasts - Mission Possible to complete this task. To download the PowerPoint click here.
Extra: To test you knowledge of headlands watch the video and answer the questions. To Watch the video click here.