Geography: Our Changing World: Coastal Features Year 6 Lesson Pack 2

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Geography: Our Changing World: Coastal Features Year 6 Lesson Pack 2
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In lesson 2 of this unit, children look at the different features of coastlines - from beaches to stacks and arches - and how they have been formed. They consider the role of erosion and deposition in forming these features.
Geography: Our Changing World: Coastal Features Year 6 Lesson Pack 2 contains:
  • Activity Sheet Arches and Stacks Form [DOC]
  • Activity Sheet Arches and Stacks Form [PDF]
  • Activity Sheet How Bays Form [DOC]
  • Activity Sheet How Bays Form [PDF]
  • Activity Sheet How Beaches Form [DOC]
  • Activity Sheet How Beaches Form [PDF]
  • # Lesson Presentation Coastal Features [PPT]
  • # Success Criteria Grids Coastal Features [PDF]
  • #PlanIt Unit Overview [PDF]
  • #PlanIt User Guide [PDF]
  • # Lesson Plan Coastal Features [PDF]

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