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Geography Location Europe
WC 18 May 2020
Mountains are formed when huge areas of land hit each other. The surface of Earth is made up of lots of different sections called tectonic plates, and mountains can be formed in different ways when these plates collide or when magma can get from the centre of the earth up to the surface.
Create a poster explaining how mountains are formed.
Try and include:
- What are the 5 different types of mountain?
- How is each type of mountain formed?
Human processes both influence and are influenced by the physical features of environments that offer both possibilities for and constraints to human activity.
Research the most popular tourist destinations in Paris, France.
Make a travel brochure for potential visitors to Paris.
Try and include:
- Some activities that you pay for
- Some activities that are free
- Places to eat/drink
Examples of travel brochures:
Physical features are the naturally occurring landforms of environments. They include:
- bodies of water, e.g. streams, becks, tarns, rivers, lakes, seas, oceans, lagoons
- natural resources, e.g. the site of copper, tin, zinc, cobalt (although mines that are created to extract them are human features).
A mountain range refers to a series of hills or mountains arranged in a line and linked together by high ground.
The Alps are a large mountain range in the middle of Europe. They are spread over eight countries.
Watch the video: Let’s Explore the Alps
Use google maps to investigate the town of Lille in France. Draw a map of the key human features of the town (things that have been built by humans such as bridges, city, town, village, factory, farm, house, office, port, harbour, transport, church and shop.).
Look at the map of Lille in France. Compare with a map of Stonehouse. //email@example.com,-2.2828041,17z">https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-2.2828041,17z
Make a table comparing the human features in both towns. Similarities in one column, differences in the other.
Research some images of Lille. Do you like the town? Would you want to live there? Give some reasons for your answer.
Using the given website, research Europe as a location. Present your findings in your work book including:
Major cities (research and draw some of the flags)
Key geographical features
Bordering bodies of water
Watch the class clip: Exploring France
Note down any similarities you spot between France and the UK.