L1 ap test and work of the waves

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L1 ap test and work of the waves

  1. 1. Complete Population TEST
  2. 2. L.O. To be able to dance your way through explanations of how waves work and how they change the shape of our coastline. The work of waves
  3. 3. The work of waves Waves erode Waves transport Waves deposit Waves do three main jobs: 1. ……………………………… 2……………………………… 3. ………………………………
  4. 4. 1. Waves Erode •Hydraulic action – as waves hit rocks, air is trapped and compressed in the cracks and when waves retreat, air expands violently. This breaks off bits of rocks (mini explosions) •Abrasion – waves throw rocks against cliffs •Attrition – rock fragments are smashed against each other and further break down •Solution – some minerals in rocks slowly dissolve in water BBC animation Mini task: Complete your worksheet
  5. 5. Turn your knowledge into Action… The secret art of Coastal kung fu! Hydraulic Action: make punching movements with hand- demonstrates force of water hitting cliff. Abrasion: make a throwing gesture with hands like you are throwing dealing cards very rapidly Attrition: make 2 fists, and then bring them towards each other, hitting each other, then open hand to resemble a stone breaking. Solution: have arms out stretched in front of you, waving fingers, and moving arms downwards. Sound effect of something dissolving is needed. Dance your Kung Fu moves!
  6. 6. 2. Waves Transport – Longshore Drift Mini Task: In your exercise books draw an annotated diagram to explain the process of longshore drift Dance Routine for Longshore Drift! Watch from 2 mins up to 4mins
  7. 7. 3. Waves Deposit • Material is dropped by waves once they lose energy as they roll up a beach, • Or where there is an obstacle. • Or where there is shelter from the wind.
  8. 8. TASK • In small groups create your own dance routine that shows the processes of; – erosion, – transportation and – deposition. • The best group will get a merit and will be filmed for the Geography blog.
  9. 9. Homework • Write a love letter, breaking up with your long term partner. • Imagine you are either the cliff face or the sea and explain how erosion is breaking you up. • Here are some examples!!!
  10. 10. Homework • Write a love letter, breaking up with your long term partner. • Imagine you are either Cliff or the Sea and explain that erosion is breaking you up.

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