Thinking About Rivers

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

  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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