Free Clips
Glaciation appears in many of the new specifications at both GCSE and GCE level, but its not always the easiest of areas to teach.  To this end we have created a number of free video clips for classroom use:

Glaciation: Processes and Landforms
Explain the creation of U-shaped valleys, misfit streams, hanging valleys and waterfalls, with this video clip filmed in the the Alps and the UK.

Glaciation in the UK
For fantastic aerials of Red Tarn and Striding edge view this video clip.

DVD Resources
And if you want to save time creating whole new lesson plans on glaciation, make use of our DVD resources.

They contain 
at least 30 minutes of video content, filmed to broadcast standards with aerial footage, graphics, expert interviews and clear explanations.  They are also accompanied by teachers notes and student activities all written by Bob Digby. The video content is broken down into easy to use 3-5 minute clips, which makes it easy to assimilate into your own lesson plans.

"Pumpkin's physical geography resources fill a massive gap in the market. The Glaciation title is absolutely spot on not dumbed down and it covers everything we need.”
Jim Gardner, Head of Geography, Dame Allan's School

Glaciation in the UK
How has ice shaped the UK landscape?  What are the processes operating at differing scales and how have they been influenced by geology, climate and human activity? With examples drawn from around the UK, including the Lakes and Snowdonia, this DVD provides illustrations and explanations for the different landforms and features associated with glaciation in the UK.  

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Glaciation: Processes and Landforms
How are glaciers formed? Where are they found? How and why do they move? How do they shape the land, both now and in the past? Using examples filmed in the UK, Iceland and the Alps, and with the help of satellite images, graphics and interviews with some of the world's leading glaciologists, this resource illustrates and explains the processes and landforms associated with glaciers. For access to the very latest research and current thinking on glaciation, this resource is an absolute must.

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