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Tewkesbury
• To start with, watch this video on
the Tewkesbury floods in 2007
•
(You need headphones throughout this webquest)
Syllabus
Syllabus
Rivers- Case Study – Tewkesbury
Click on the following BBC Gloucestershire website and read
through the stories and events that happened in Tewkesbury.
Answer the following questions
Q1. Where is Tewkesbury?
Answer:
Q2. Google search and stick a location map
of Tewkesbury in the box to the side
Tewkesbury
Location
Q3. What date did the floods take place?
Answer:
Q4. What two rivers were responsible for these floods?
Answer:
Q5. Using the following Wikipedia links here and watch the
incredible BBC News report, what were the physical causes of the
floods?
Answer:
Q6. Exactly how much rain fell on Friday 20th July ?
Answer:
Tewkesbury Effects
Q7. Using the following Wikipedia links here, how do you think
humans may have contributed to the floods? (Human Causes)
Answer:
Q8. Watch this You tube photo story of one residents experience.
Using a Google image search or these two photo blog1, photo
blog 2, paste in 3 short term effect pictures and describe each
one in the box provided
Short Term
effects picture
Short Term
effects picture
Short Term
effects picture
Describe the effects here.
Make sure you are specific
and use names, facts and
figures
Q9. Watch this Guardian video, then outline the longer term effects
Long Term
effects picture
Long Term
effects picture
Long Term
effects picture
Tewkesbury Responses
Q10. Define immediate and secondary responses
Immediate responses are ….
Secondary responses are …
Q11. Using the following Gloucestershire BBC webpage and this
webpage, outline 3 immediate responses to the floods and find a
picture to show them.
Immediate response 1:
Responses to
Flood Pictures
Immediate response 2:
Immediate response 3:
Q12. Using the same two webpages, outline 3 secondary
responses to the floods and find a picture to highlight them.
Responses to
Flood Pictures
Secondary response 1:
Secondary response 2:
Secondary response 3:
How good are you ?
Q13. Take this GCSE Bitesize test on flooding here. Record your
score in the box below
Score:
Nutshell Table
Q14. Like all your GCSE case studies you need to make a
nutshell table for this case study. Fill out the template on the next
slide.
Extension Activity
Q15. Listen to the audio clips of people caught up in the floods in
Tewkesbury here and here. How would you feel if you were in
Tewkesbury the day the floods occurred?
Your views:
Webquest Complete !
Now remember to print off a copy for your file and save a copy to your ePortfolio!. The very best webquests will have the opportunity to be
displayed on the Geography TV Channel in school !
Tewkesbury in a Nutshell
What
When
Where
Rivers Involved
Causes of floods
3 Primary Effects
3 Secondary
Effects
3 Immediate
Responses
3 Long term
Responses
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