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“ Hurricane force winds batter the UK. “ (bbc, 12 feb). Why is this not a hurricane though?. HW. Bring in a news paper article on the causes of the flooding in Somerset Find out 10 impacts of flooding in Somerset (Figures and place names) Due in on monday.

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HW
  • Bring in a news paper article on the causes of the flooding in Somerset
  • Find out 10 impacts of flooding in Somerset (Figures and place names)
  • Due in on monday
middle and lower course of the river
Middle and lower course of the river

By the end of the lesson you will;

  • Be able to describe the key changes that occur as you move down the river from source to mouth
  • Be able to explain how a range of features have been formed in the middle and lower course of the river
  • Have applied your new knowledge on an exam question
changes in the river
Changes in the river;

Task

  • Describe the main changes that occur as you move from the source to the mouth of the river
  • Add in as many key words as possible

Key words

Gradient

Velocity

Width

Deposition

Erosion

Transportation

middle and lower course of the river1
Middle and lower course of the river

By the end of the lesson you will;

  • Be able to describe the key changes that occur as you move down the river from source to mouth
  • Be able to explain how a range of features have been formed in the middle and lower course of the river
  • Have applied your new knowledge on an exam question
different features
Different features;

Task

You are going to have one feature in the middle and lower course

You need to make notes as to how this feature is formed

You should;

  • Explain how the feature is formed?
  • Describe the key erosional methods occurring
  • Add in a diagram
  • Explain how the feature will change in the future

Key features

Meander

Oxbow lake

Delta

Levee

oxbow lake
Oxbow lake;

An Oxbow lake is found in the middle and

Lower course of the river.

It is a depositional feature

Use the information to explain how it has been formed

lower course delta

A* Detail;

An example of a delta is the Mekong Delta in Vietnam

Lower course; Delta
upper middle lower
Upper / Middle/ Lower?
  • Match up the following key features to the section of the river which they occur in.
lower course
Lower course;
  • Study the following picture
  • Describe the changes in the landscape you can see

Pupils should be able to describe relief and landscape from a map using terms such as ridge, plateau, scarp, floodplain) and adjectives such as broad, flat, steep, deeply cut, gently sloping) -

middle and lower course of the river2
Middle and lower course of the river

By the end of the lesson you will;

  • Be able to describe the key changes that occur as you move down the river from source to mouth
  • Be able to explain how a range of features have been formed in the middle and lower course of the river
  • Have applied your new knowledge on an exam question
what have you learnt
What have you learnt?
  • Describe the processes leading to the formation of a waterfall (5 marks)
middle and lower course of the river3
Middle and lower course of the river

By the end of the lesson you will;

  • Be able to describe the key changes that occur as you move down the river from source to mouth
  • Be able to explain how a range of features have been formed in the middle and lower course of the river
  • Have applied your new knowledge on an exam question