Geography Year 9 HW Students will be directed by their class teacher as to when homework tasks should be completed by. Unit 2 – Water, Landforms and people Task number 1 2 3 4 5 6 Homework tasks: Spelling test. Revise the spelling of the 6 key parts of the Water Cycle Create a storyboard to show the journey of a water droplet through the drainage basin system. Use as many key terms as you can. You could give your character a name such as Walter Droplet! Research a flood that has taken place in an LEDC. Complete the following tasks to create a fact file about your chosen location. What, where, when, why, how Design a poster to show 5 different ways to protect a river from flooding. Design a poem, a rap or a jingle to help you to remember the 4 types of weathering and the 4 types of erosion. Practice using the field sketch technique by using an appropriate photograph of your own or an image to sketch a river landform Shade and Make it more challenging by: Make sure that you know the spellings and the definitions of the 6 key parts of the hydrological cycle. Link the water cycle and the drainage basin together to create a more detailed story board. Compare the issues faced by LEDCs and MEDCs when dealing with flooding. Use the case study from the lesson and your LEDC case study to help you to explain the differences and the similarities between how the two locations dealt with the problems. Put the 5 different flood protection methods in rank order to explain how effective they will be at reducing flooding in an LEDC. Explain the reasons for your choices. 7 8 9 10 annotate the sketch carefully using key terms. Research a waterfall that is used for tourism. Explain how this waterfall is being used. You should include a map of the location for the Waterfall and a photograph of the waterfall Find a map of the River Severn and label any examples of Ox Bow Lakes that you can see. Imagine that you are a farmer living on the Bangladesh River Delta. Write a diary extract to discuss your issues with living in this location. Imagine that you are aware a storm is coming. Imagine that you live on the Mississippi River Delta. Research the terrible events that took place in 2005. Compile a fact file of information to explain what happened. Use these headings, what, where, when, why, how. Describe the positive and negative issues around using a natural feature such as a waterfall for tourism purposes. Research an image of two other river landforms. Explain how you think they should control the Mississippi in the future and why? Set 1 should aim to complete at least 4 challenging tasks over the topic. Set 2 should aim to complete at least 3 challenging tasks over the topic. Set 3 should aim to complete at least 2 challenging task over the topic.