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Thinking About Rivers

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An updated version of an older ppt on river features. Any feedback would be really useful. …

An updated version of an older ppt on river features. Any feedback would be really useful.
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  • 1. Thinking about rivers Simon Jones 2012
  • 2. Thinking about riversLearning Objective: To know how and why a river changes throughout its course
  • 3. Starter
  • 4. You have five minutes to talk about riversWhat do you already know?Starter
  • 5. You have five minutes to talk about riversWhat do you already know?Starter Now show it as a.. Spider-diagram An annotated sketch or even a cartoon!
  • 6. Welcome to the River Wyre in Lancashire!This is our case study
  • 7. Welcome to the River Wyre in Lancashire!This is our case study Key Words Confluence Floodplain Tributary Channel Estuary Source Stream Mouth
  • 8. The River Wyre has three parts to its course
  • 9. Upper Course Location: BowlandThe River Wyre has three parts to its course
  • 10. Upper Course Location: Bowland Middle Course Location: GarstangThe River Wyre has three parts to its course
  • 11. Upper Course Location: Bowland Lower Middle Course Course Location: Garstang Location: HambletonThe River Wyre has three parts to its course
  • 12. Upper Course Location: Bowland Lower Middle Course Course Location: Garstang Location: HambletonWatch... http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/how-is-a-river-formed-streams-tributaries-and-confluences/7930.html
  • 13. Upper Course Location: Bowland Lower Middle Course Course Location: Garstang Location: Hambleton Is that clear? Are there any questions? Do we need to see that again?Watch... http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/how-is-a-river-formed-streams-tributaries-and-confluences/7930.html
  • 14. Describe what you can see in the upper course Location: Forest of Bowland
  • 15. Describe what you can see in the upper courseIn exactly twenty words Location: Forest of Bowland
  • 16. Describe what you can see in the upper courseIn exactly twenty words Location: Forest of BowlandIn the upper course it is...
  • 17. Describe what you can see in the middle course Location: Garstang
  • 18. Describe what you can see in the middle courseIn exactly twenty words Location: Garstang
  • 19. Describe what you can see in the middle courseIn exactly twenty words Location: GarstangIn the middle course it is...
  • 20. Describe what you can see in the lower course Location: Hambleton
  • 21. Describe what you can see in the lower courseIn exactly twenty words Location: Hambleton
  • 22. Describe what you can see in the lower courseIn exactly twenty words Location: Hambleton In the lower course it is...
  • 23. Thinking about riversLearning Objective: To know how and why a river changes throughout its course
  • 24. Thinking about riversLearning Objective: To know how and why a river changes throughout its course Let’s Recap! What are the three main things you now know about a river?
  • 25. Thinking about riversLearning Objective: To know how and why a river changes throughout its course Well Done! You can describe the ‘Long-Profile’ of a river
  • 26. Can you name this feature and explain its formation?
  • 27. Can you name this feature and explain its formation? d e r! m e an t’s a I
  • 28. What will it look like in twenty years from now?
  • 29. What will it look like in twenty years from now? in k ! T h
  • 30. 10 years....
  • 31. 10 years.... What happened here?
  • 32. 10 years.... What is happening here? What happened here?
  • 33. 10 years.... What is happening here? What will happen here? What happened here?
  • 34. 20 years....
  • 35. 20 years....WATCH... http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/rivers-meanders/403.html
  • 36. 20 years....WATCH... http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/rivers-meanders/403.html Is that clear? Are there any questions? Do we need to see that again?
  • 37. Draw a detailed diagram to explain how an ox-bow lake formsAdd at least six labels to explain the process
  • 38. Draw a detailed diagram to explain how an ox-bow lake formsAdd at least six labels to explain the process Key Words Outside bank Inside bank Deposition River Cliff Meander Erosion
  • 39. Draw a detailed diagram to explain how an ox-bow lake formsAdd at least six labels to explain the process Key Words Outside bank Inside bank Deposition Well done! River Cliff Meander Erosion
  • 40. Challenge: W hat is the lin k be tween this r ace and a riv er?
  • 41. Think: How d oes w ater flow in a river channe l?
  • 42. WATCH... http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/waterfalls-and-gorges-erosion-and-deposition/3239.html
  • 43. WATCH... http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/waterfalls-and-gorges-erosion-and-deposition/3239.html Is that clear? Are there any questions?Do we need to see that again?
  • 44. Explain how water flows in a river channel in 50 words
  • 45. Explain how water flows in a river channel in 50 words Or draw a detailed diagram! Key Words Suspension Deposition Helicoidal Velocity Erosion Flow
  • 46. Explain how water flows in a river channel in 50 words Or draw a detailed diagram! In a river channel, the water flows... Key Words SuspensionOn the outside it... Deposition HelicoidalOn the inside it... Velocity Erosion Flow
  • 47. Thinking about riversLearning Objective: To know how and why a river changes throughout its course
  • 48. Thinking about riversLearning Objective: To know how and why a river changes throughout its course Plenary Write a quiz (minimum 5 questions) to test other pupils on this topic at the start of your next lesson!
  • 49. Thinking about riversLearning Objective: To know how and why a river changes throughout its course Plenary Write a quiz (minimum 5 questions) to test other pupils on this topic at the start of your next lesson! Thank You
  • 50. Thinking about riversContactsimon_jones_2@hotmail.comhttp://about.me/jonesy2011Image Creditseveryone @flickrespeciallysimonjones2011 Simon Jones 2012

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