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Landforms createdby Coastal Erosion
Specification Detail1.1b Landforms: cliffs andwave-cut platforms, headlandsand bays, caves, arches, stacksand stumps .
Learning Objectives●   Describe the named landforms.●   Explain their formation in terms of    sequence and the processes ...
Each of these landforms have been created over thousands of years.
BBC Bitesize Videos●   Erosion Landforms : Here
Landforms●   You must know the process involved in    forming the following landforms:       –   Headlands and Bays       ...
1. Headlands and Bays
2. Cliffs and wave-cut platforms
3. Caves, arches, stacks      and stumps
What is the difference between       these pictures?   What has happened?
Demonstration●   With a partner; how can you demonstrate    these processes using your bodies?
3. landforms created by erosion
3. landforms created by erosion
3. landforms created by erosion
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3. landforms created by erosion

  1. 1. Landforms createdby Coastal Erosion
  2. 2. Specification Detail1.1b Landforms: cliffs andwave-cut platforms, headlandsand bays, caves, arches, stacksand stumps .
  3. 3. Learning Objectives● Describe the named landforms.● Explain their formation in terms of sequence and the processes involved, including the influence of vegetation and geology.
  4. 4. Each of these landforms have been created over thousands of years.
  5. 5. BBC Bitesize Videos● Erosion Landforms : Here
  6. 6. Landforms● You must know the process involved in forming the following landforms: – Headlands and Bays – Cliffs and wave-cut platforms – Caves, arches, stacks and stumps. For each landform you will need to draw a diagram and label the process.
  7. 7. 1. Headlands and Bays
  8. 8. 2. Cliffs and wave-cut platforms
  9. 9. 3. Caves, arches, stacks and stumps
  10. 10. What is the difference between these pictures? What has happened?
  11. 11. Demonstration● With a partner; how can you demonstrate these processes using your bodies?

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