Resource ID 106091

Lower KS2 Geography

Human and Physical Geography
"Chine Expert!"
Key Stage ED Squirrel
Resource Title
"Chine Expert!"
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106091 - Lower KS2 Low Ability [THIS DOCUMENT]

106092 - Lower KS2 High Ability


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.

Contextual Summary

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.

Key Skills Practised
  • Use maps to locate and describe features studied.
  • Use the eight points of a compass.
  • Use 4-figure grid references.
Learning Opportunities


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.


Visit the ‘Coast’ exhibition.


Students to complete tasks within the Geography resource/s linked to this document

Learning Outcomes

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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