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Recap chapter 1: landscapes

Recap chapter 1: landscapes
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Recap chapter 1: landscapes

Slide 1 - Tekstslide

Today
  • Recap chapter 1

  • Working for yourself 

Slide 2 - Tekstslide

Goal of this lesson
  • You feel well prepared (goed voorbereid) for the test 
  • You know what (which topics) and how to learn for the test

If there is something you don't understand: ask for help! 

Slide 3 - Tekstslide

Important learning goals of chapter 1  
  • You understand how weathering, erosion and sedimentation can shape a landscape and in which climate these processes take place 
  • From a cross-section (dwarsdoorsnede) of a river, you can point out in which part of the river weathering, erosion and sedimentation take place
  • You can point out on a map if there is an old or young mountain range and why 
  • From a picture you can tell if it is igneous rock or sedimentary rock 
  • From a picture you can tell how the landscape is formed 

Slide 4 - Tekstslide

Important learning goals of chapter 1
  • You understand how weathering, erosion and sedimentation can shape a landscape and in which climate these processes take place 

  • From a cross-section (dwarsdoorsnede) of a river, you can point out in which part of the river weathering, erosion and sedimentation takes place
  • You can point out on a map if there is an old or young mountain range and explain why
  • From a picture you can tell if it is igneous rock or sedimentary rock  
  • From a picture you can explain how the landscape is formed (Canada and Germany)

Slide 5 - Tekstslide

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Chemical weathering 
Mechanical weathering 
Erosion
Warm and humid (vochtig) climate (tropics)
Cold climates (poles)
Warm and dry climates (desert)
Mountains 

Slide 6 - Sleepvraag

Important learning goals of chapter 1
  • You understand how weathering, erosion and sedimentation can shape a landscape and in which climate these processes take place 

  • From a cross-section (dwarsdoorsnede) of a river, you can point out in which part of the river weathering, erosion and sedimentation take place

  • You can point out on a map if there is an old or young mountain range and explain why
  • From a picture you can tell if it is igneous rock or sedimentary rock  
  • From a picture you can explain how the landscape is formed (Canada and Germany)

Slide 7 - Tekstslide

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Lower reaches 
Higher reaches
Middle reaches
Mostly weathering
A lot of erosion
Sediments are dropped 

Slide 8 - Sleepvraag

Important learning goals of chapter 1
  • You understand how weathering, erosion and sedimentation can shape a landscape and in which climate these processes take place 
  • From a cross-section (dwarsdoorsnede) of a river, you can point out in which part of the river weathering, erosion and sedimentation take place

  • You can point out on a map if there is an old or young mountain range and explain why

  • From a picture you can tell if it is igneous rock or sedimentary rock  
  • From a picture you can explain how the landscape is formed (Canada and Germany)

Slide 9 - Tekstslide

Look at the map, is the Appalachians a young or old mountain range and why?
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Slide 10 - Open vraag

Important learning goals of chapter 1
  • You understand how weathering, erosion and sedimentation can shape a landscape and in which climate these processes take place 
  • From a cross-section (dwarsdoorsnede) of a river, you can point out in which part of the river weathering, erosion and sedimentation take place
  • You can point out on a map if there is an old or young mountain range and explain why

  • From a picture you can tell if it is igneous rock or sedimentary rock  

  • From a picture you can explain how the landscape is formed (Canada and Germany)

Slide 11 - Tekstslide

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Sedimentary rock
Igneous rock

Slide 12 - Sleepvraag

Important learning goals of chapter 1
  • You understand how weathering, erosion and sedimentation can shape a landscape and in which climate these processes take place 
  • From a cross-section (dwarsdoorsnede) of a river, you can point out in which part of the river weathering, erosion and sedimentation take place
  • You can point out on a map if there is an old or young mountain range and explain why
  • From a picture you can tell if it is igneous rock or sedimentary rock  

  • From a picture you can explain how the landscape is formed (Canada and Germany)

Slide 13 - Tekstslide

This picture is taken in Canada. Explain how this landscape is formed. Use the words 'erosion' and 'weathering'.
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Slide 14 - Open vraag

Today
  • Recap chapter 1

  • Working for yourself 

Slide 15 - Tekstslide

Check for yourself if you understand all the topics of this chapter. To the right you see the topics we discussed.
NO
I really don't understand this 
I find this still (very) difficult 
I'm starting to understand!
I think I understand this 
YES!
Totally ready for the test
Chemical and mechanical weathering 
How weathering and erosion shape a landscape (Canada and Germany)
Course of a river: weathering, erosion and sedimentation
The formation of sandbanks, beaches and dunes 
Three types of erosion
Difference between igneous rock and sedimentary rock
Delta and estuary 
U-valley and V-valley
Young and old mountain ranges
In which climate you find weathering and/or erosion

Slide 16 - Sleepvraag

Working for yourself
If you don't understand a topic:                                             
  • Extra videoclips with questions (somtoday > homework)
  • Worksheet weathering, erosion, sedimentation (somtoday > homework)
  • Make a summary or flashcards of that paragraph (textbook) 

If you understand everything, extra challenge:
  • Worksheets (somtoday > homework)
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Slide 17 - Tekstslide

Goal of this lesson
  • You feel well prepared (goed voorbereid) for the test 
  • You know what (which topics) and how to learn for the test

Slide 18 - Tekstslide

What (which topics) and how are you going to learn for the test?

Slide 19 - Open vraag