Coastlines » Starters and plenaries

a) Coastlines dominoes image

a) Coastlines dominoes

These dominoes help pupils to revise key terms seen throughout the topic and make an excellent starter or plenary activity.

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b) Blackpool question time image

b) Blackpool question time

These question time activities provide a quick, sharp start to a lesson. Pupils need to try and answer the three questions about the image, before asking any questions that they may have.  

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c) Groyne question time image

c) Groyne question time

These question time activities provide a quick, sharp start to a lesson. Pupils need to try and answer the three questions about the image, before asking any questions that they may have.  

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d) Mass movement question time image

d) Mass movement question time

These question time activities provide a quick, sharp start to a lesson. Pupils need to try and answer the three questions about the image, before asking any questions that they may have.  

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e) Old Harry question time image

e) Old Harry question time

These question time activities provide a quick, sharp start to a lesson. Pupils need to try and answer the three questions about the image, before asking any questions that they may have.  

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f) Seawall question time image

f) Seawall question time

These question time activities provide a quick, sharp start to a lesson. Pupils need to try and answer the three questions about the image, before asking any questions that they may have.  

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g) Spit question time image

g) Spit question time

These question time activities provide a quick, sharp start to a lesson. Pupils need to try and answer the three questions about the image, before asking any questions that they may have.  

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Talk about coastlines image

Talk about coastlines

In this resource, pupils need to talk about the chosen keyword or concept for 60 seconds (a step up from the 30 seconds at KS3). They do have the added advantage of seeing the word to structure their answer prior to starting. 

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