please somone help higher geography lithosphere glaciation Watch

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My prelims are coming up soon and i do not understand a single thing about glaciation with corries! i do not know how they are formed i tried googling it but the answers were too complex am doing higher geography so can someone please help me and if they can be kindly enough to show me easy simple diagrams of corries , aretes, pyramidal peak and u-shaped valley as my teacher gave us diagrams which would probably take me an hour to draw and the diagrams are too complex
thanks in advance!
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Weirdly everyone struggles with lithosphere, I do as well, even though it's just adding a bit of knowledge from int 2. Still I sucked at glaciation in 3/4th year.
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I did Higher Geography last year and got an A so I'd be glad to help.I mainly used past papers,class notes and these websites: (may be a little simplistic but great for getting a good grounding in each of the main things you need to know and my teacher actually recommended them.) http://www.s-cool.co.uk/gcse/geograp...cial-landforms

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/higher...re/revision/1/

http://prezi.com/rwvrxt3xsdxj/h-geog...tion-revision/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SROTO...eature=related

(this is more of a general higher geography resource,and I can't guarantee the validity of all the links but thought I'd add it,as I used it in the few weeks before my final exams for quick revision) http://www.highergeography.co.nr/
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(Original post by OddThings)
I did Higher Geography last year and got an A so I'd be glad to help.I mainly used past papers,class notes and these websites: (may be a little simplistic but great for getting a good grounding in each of the main things you need to know and my teacher actually recommended them.) http://www.s-cool.co.uk/gcse/geograp...cial-landforms

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/higher...re/revision/1/

http://prezi.com/rwvrxt3xsdxj/h-geog...tion-revision/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SROTO...eature=related

(this is more of a general higher geography resource,and I can't guarantee the validity of all the links but thought I'd add it,as I used it in the few weeks before my final exams for quick revision) http://www.highergeography.co.nr/
thank you so much!!!
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thank you so much!!!
No problem Websites like these to supplement my notes really helped me,especially as it was a crash higher.
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has anyone got any good diagrams for lithosphere features eg coastal features?
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