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How Does A Canyon Become Grand?
Ah, the Grand Canyon ... ain't it grand? The narrator of a video from PBS Digital Studios explains, in detail, how the Grand Canyon was formed over millions of years.
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- Use the video during a lesson on erosion
- Learners need to understand ratios and slope
- Pupils should also understand concepts of deposition, weathering, erosion, and plate tectonics
- Video is shot on location, so viewers get to see the Grand Canyon up close
- Interesting and fun video
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