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Meanders,Lakes, Levees And Looking In The U Kand Bangladesh

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  • 1. Continuing our look at river processes.
    • Meanders and Ox Bow Lakes.
    • Flood plain formation.
    • Case study comparison- England and Bangladesh.
  • 2. Meander = a bend in a river From above this will look something like this…
  • 3.  
  • 4. Why is all this vital?
    • It is vital to have all this information for one simple reason- to discover how flood plains are formed.
    • It is this that links to flooding…
  • 5. Floodplains
  • 6.
    • Homework- exam style question- you will have to think outside the box and do some research for this one.
    • Describe how a natural levee is formed.
    • 6 marks
    • How are man made levees breached and are man made levees as effective at preventing a flood as natural levee’s.
    • 6 marks
  • 7. Impacts of flooding.
    • Study the image opposite of flooding in the Yorkshire Dales.
    • Brain Storm all the impacts of the flood, thinks outside the box as I want a different idea from everybody.
  • 8.  
  • 9. Separating These Ideas.
    • Now highlight your brainstorm with two different colours.
      • One for short term impacts.
      • One for long term impacts.
  • 10. Comparing floods.
    • We are now going to compare two flooded areas
    • Britain.
    • Bangladesh.
    • To do this we are going to compare two flood events.
    • First we will watch the video clips, then we will watch each one again and answer a series of key questions about them.
      • The flooding of Britain last year in July.
      • Flooding in Bangladesh after hurricane Sidr in November of Last Year.
    • First we will watch the video clips, then we will watch each one again and answer a series of key questions about them.
  • 11.  
  • 12. Key questions.
    • Make a copy of these key questions into your exercise books and then answer them for each example of flooding.
    • Extent of Flooding
    • How do Emergency Services respond?
    • How are roads affected?
    • How are buildings affected?
    • How are people affected?
  • 13. Venn Diagram. Problems faced by flood victims in Bangladesh. Problems faced by flood victims in the UK Insurance on homes goes up Damp Homes Diseases such as cholera.
  • 14. News Just In…
    • We are now going to watch a news clip from a flood in Bangladesh that happened in August this year.
    • As we watch the clip I want you to think how the problems the people are facing are different to that of the UK
    • I also want you to think about what could be done to solve these problems and how long this might take.
  • 15. What should be done?
    • Using the news reel we have just seen and the picture displayed on the board I want you to write down what can be done
      • now in Bangladesh,
      • in the next few months
      • then over the next few year years.
  • 16.  
  • 17. Who does what?
    • Think about all the problems people face in Bangladesh during a flood.
    • I want you to organise these problems into three areas.
    • What a family could solve
    • What local people could solve
    • What the government of Bangladesh could solve.
    • Extension
    • What problems could our Government solve?