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Describing and comparing landforms

on November 8, 2014

Our next project is related to Social Science. In pairs you will describe and compare two different landforms or water forms. You will work on this Project next Monday 17th November in the English and Social Science class.

DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT

In pairs you will describe two landforms or water forms on two different A3 pieces of paper. You will include the description of your landforms in a Venn diagram, similar to this:

venn diagram

You can use these expressions to describe and compare your landforms:

  • It has sand.
  • It has waves too.
  • It is like a beach.
  • It is cold / hot / rainy. (climate)
  • You can find this in regions next to a sea.
  • It formed by erosion from the waves of the sea.
  • It’s a great place to swim, build sand castles and sunbathe.
  • It occurs when
  • This landform is found / located in
  • It is surrounded by
  • It is an area of
  • There is / There are … (animals or plants)

On a different piece of paper you will include a picture of the two forms described including the terms. Don’t include your names!

picture

EVALUATION CRITERIA

If you want a perfect project pay attention to the following evaluation criteria that your teachers will take into account:

evaluation

 RESOURCES ABOUT LANDFORMS

At home you will have a week to search information about your landforms. You can use the following resources for your research on the Internet:

defi

land

landf

inland

Here is the result of our project created by our students last year. Work and try to make your best writing the descriptions and making the drawings! In class you will have to present your project while the rest of the students will have to complete a worksheet.

1 st ESO D LANDFORMS PROJECT

LANDFORM 1 D

1 st ESO E LANDFORMS PROJECT

landforms

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