Published on November 28th, 2010 | by What2Learn0
GCSE Geography: Waves in coastal systems
Waves are the driving force behind shaping coastal landforms. It is important that you understand the causes, characteristics, and actions of the two different kinds of waves (constructive and destructive). It is important that you develop a good comprehension of the relevant vocabulary and how to use it in test questions.
By playing these games you should be able to talk about fetch, swash, backwash, erosion and much more. Do not settle for the first score you get – replay the game until you get full marks and you will be ready to tackle any test questions about waves in coastal systems.
Sample Game: Waves key terms
Revision games on waves
|Waves Key terms 1|
|Waves Key terms 2|
|Constructive waves: test question|
|Destructive waves: test question|
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