This resource is a worksheet which can be coloured in by students, as part of a history or geography lesson, or as part of a general topic. It examines the meaning of the term 'barrier beach' using Chesil Beach on the Isle of Portland as an example.
Other National Curriculum Elements:
- Local knowledge about Portland (geography)
This resource is part of my ocean row around Great Britain as I follow the Viking routes and explore Britain's geography and history, and the STEM features that built a nation. You might like to book a free virtual field trip with me on my Skype Classroom (https://education.microsoft.com/Story/VirtualFieldTrip?token=9BG4S), to follow my videos on YouTube or on Amazon (Sarah Rows Solo), or to watch the live streams (or send me a question for #Vikinghour) @GBVQuest on Twitter.
Weekly expedition documentary series 'Great British Viking Quest' (#GBVQ): https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLd9pxOIcWRI25PZt2Q3peGM146SHhkxor