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The hydrological cycle
The hydrological cycle
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The hydrological cycle

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  • 1. The drainage basin hydrological cycle: The Water Balance
  • 2. What is the Hydrological cycle? Spend 3 minutes attempting to draw a labelled hydrological cycle The hydrological cycle is an example of a system – Write a definition of the concept of a system
  • 3. There are many different ways of showing the hydrological cycle – you must be familiar with them all and be able to explain all of the terms (see sheet)
  • 4. Task 1: You have a worksheet which has most of the key words needed to understand the hydrological cycle. When asked – come up and draw your part of the cycle on the board – everyone must create their own diagram as we go! Stick the words and meanings on your diagram
  • 5. What are the Main Inputs?… What are the main flows (or transfers) or stores? What are the main outputs? What do you think open and closed systems are? Give 2 examples of how humans might influence the hydrological cycle. Complete extension task…..
  • 6. Independent time to clarify key points – Use the next ten minutes to check that you have detailed notes on the lesson so far. Pages 2 and 3 in the text book has lots of additional information, terms and explanations. Use it to supplement your notes. Ask me to clarify where needed. Finish for homework Check: Pick a key term – explain to your partner what the term is – how it works and see if they can guess what the term is

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