Hopefully you managed to get the Northridge earthquake intensity maps sorted this morning. You need to make sure that you have described the pattern(s) that your map shows, and compared it to other people's maps, and then made some comment (written) about the usefulness of the Mercalli Scale. Make sure you have your map and description/comments with you on Tuesday.
A reminder also that your essay ("The extent to which volcanic processes represent hazards depends on where and when they occur. Discuss.") is due in to Mrs Chambers on Monday.
Before Monday I would like you to visit this website which has some excellent descriptions, explanations and examples of landforms of fluvioglacial deposition, as exhibited in the Cairngorms and surrounding lowlands. Spend some time browsing through the various landforms you were introduced to in today's lesson (eskers, kames, varve deposits [mentioned in the "glacial stratigraphy" section] glacial lakes, kame terraces, outwash plains, kettle holes) - I would like you to note down some key information regarding each landform to aid discussion on Mon. Click on "glacial landscapes" then "glacial deposition" to find the fluvioglacial bits.
You may also be interested to look through some of the info on till and moraines - I'm still not 100% convinced you have all these key depositional features and landforms sussed.....