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Introduction to Coastal Erosion features

A set of resurces based on the features of and the reasons for coastal erosion in which pupils will examine variou evidence to ascertain the relevant facts (the tuth) about how and why rocks erode. The PowerPoint is one to be used throughout the lesson at various stages and the printable sheets support the learning. A lesson plan is included. This is designed to stretch pupils' evaluative skills.


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Alison Hoben

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Aug 2009

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Coastal Dominoes

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A set of resurces based on the features of and the reasons for coastal erosion in which pupils will examine variou evidence to ascertain the relevant facts (the tuth) about how and why rocks erode. The PowerPoint is one to be used throughout the lesson at various stages and the printable sheets support the learning. A lesson plan is included. This is designed to stretch pupils' evaluative skills.;

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Coastal Erosion

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A set of resurces based on the features of and the reasons for coastal erosion in which pupils will examine variou evidence to ascertain the relevant facts (the tuth) about how and why rocks erode. The PowerPoint is one to be used throughout the lesson at various stages and the printable sheets support the learning. A lesson plan is included. This is designed to stretch pupils' evaluative skills.;

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The story of Old Harry and his Wife

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A set of resurces based on the features of and the reasons for coastal erosion in which pupils will examine variou evidence to ascertain the relevant facts (the tuth) about how and why rocks erode. The PowerPoint is one to be used throughout the lesson at various stages and the printable sheets support the learning. A lesson plan is included. This is designed to stretch pupils' evaluative skills.;

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Lesson Plan

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A set of resurces based on the features of and the reasons for coastal erosion in which pupils will examine variou evidence to ascertain the relevant facts (the tuth) about how and why rocks erode. The PowerPoint is one to be used throughout the lesson at various stages and the printable sheets support the learning. A lesson plan is included. This is designed to stretch pupils' evaluative skills.;

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Posted by Claire Cowling on 29/08/2009 at 18:35

An interesting set of cohesive and interactive resources. Pupils' understanding of finding and evaluating relevant facts is pushed. Links with English also.

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