Designed to support a school trip to Blackgang Chine
GEOGRAPHY Lower Key Stage 2
Variants: Low Ability students
Human and Physical Geography
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Students learn about coastal erosion, focusing particularly on how chines are formed.
They will practise using 4-figure grid references and will also learn how to explain a geographical process with clarity, and put this in writing.
The resource task enables students to develop their knowledge of coastal erosion; promotes the use of mapping skills; encourages use of geographical vocabulary and requires them to use directional language in context.
This resource will require students to learn about erosion (a link to
a BBC learning clip is listed on the lesson plan to introduce/refresh knowledge on this topic). Following this, they will learn how a chine is formed (due to erosion) and that there are a number of chines on the Isle of Wight. Using an OS map, they will find Isle of Wight chines and provide 4-figure grid references to pin-point their location. They could then use compass directions to say where these chines are, in relation to a map of the Island.
Students will find out that an Isle of Wight Visitor’s Centre requires them to produce a poster about Isle of Wight Chines. On this poster, they will need to inform visitors where to find chines (using a map, 4-figure grid references and directional language); they will then provide an explanation as to how chines are created, due to the process of erosion (a learning clip is attached which provides a structured format for explaining coastal erosion as a process).
In the plenary, students could compare each other’s information posters, focusing on effective layout and use of information.
Key Skills Practised
Use maps to locate and describe features studied.
Use the eight points of a compass.
Use 4-figure grid references.
Pupils will learn about erosion and become familiar with key vocabulary relating to this topic. The resource could be completed at this stage if desired by teachers - this would allow for exploration of the Island’s chines during the subsequent visit.
During the Visit
Visit the ‘Coast’ exhibition.
Students to complete tasks within the Geography resource/s linked to this document
Students will demonstrate their geographical knowledge. They will demonstrate skills of presentation. They will develop their skills of evaluation.
They will demonstrate their writing skills (explanatory text).
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