Aim: To develop a knowledge and understanding of Rivers in the landscape. By the end of the lesson I should know: New terminology for important parts of the river. The course of a river. Rivers in the landscape.
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Aim: To develop a knowledge and understanding of Rivers in the landscape
By the end of the lesson I should know:
New terminology for important parts of the river.
The course of a river
The amount of water in a river is called its VOLUME. A rivers volume and speed gives it ENERGY to carry and erode soil and rocks. The soil and rocks a river carries are called its LOAD.
A river had three courses. Upper, Middle and Lower river course.
Force of water starts to
Wear away the softer
Harder rock wears away slower
So therefore it protrudes out.
Cracks appear in harder