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1 GEOGRAPHY LABELLING A FIELD SKETCH YEAR 10 GEOGRAPHY LABELLING A FIELD SKETCH GCSE- HIGHER GRADE

2 GEOGRAPHY LABELLING A FIELD SKETCH This activity will help you to support your child to... Draw and annotate a field sketch using appropriate geographical terminology.

3 GEOGRAPHY LABELLING A FIELD SKETCH Watch the video about Old Harry Rocks, Dorset

4 GEOGRAPHY LABELLING A FIELD SKETCH Read this explanation... Drawing and annotating a field sketch is an important skill for a geographer. Field sketches can be used to explain the formation of physical features. As geographers we should use appropriate geographical terminology to label our field sketches.

5 GEOGRAPHY LABELLING A FIELD SKETCH Try this activity...Draw a sketch of this image.

6 GEOGRAPHY LABELLING A FIELD SKETCH How successful were you?It should look like this...

7 GEOGRAPHY LABELLING A FIELD SKETCH Try this activity...Add the following labels to your sketch. Discolouring at the base shows wave action between high and low tide- corrasion will form a wave cut notch. This is a chalk headland- there will be many cracks for hydraulic action to exploit. Because this is a headland, it is exposed to the full power of the sea. Wave cut platform- erosion can’t take place below low tide. A cave- formed by continual corrasion. An arch would have been here, formed when two caves meet-it collapse due to erosion at its base. A stack formed by the collapse of the arch- overtime this will form a stump.

8 GEOGRAPHY LABELLING A FIELD SKETCH How successful were you?It should look like this... Because this is a headland, it is exposed to the full power of the sea. This is a chalk headland- there will be many cracks for hydraulic action to exploit. Wave cut platform- erosion can’t take place below low tide. Discolouring at the base shows wave action between high and low tide- corrosion will form a wave cut notch. A cave- formed by continual corrosion. A stack formed by the collapse of the arch- overtime this will form a stump. An arch would have been here, formed when two caves meet-it collapse due to erosion at its base.

9 GEOGRAPHY LABELLING A FIELD SKETCH Try this activity... Can you match the description to the correct term?

10 GEOGRAPHY LABELLING A FIELD SKETCH Challenge your child and take their learning to the next level... Watch this video from the Dorset Tourist Board.

11 GEOGRAPHY LABELLING A FIELD SKETCH Challenge your child and take their learning to the next level... Produce a guide to the different coastal features found along the Dorset Coast. This website might be helpful in your research. Click on the logo below.


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