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  • Powerful Natural Forces
    they have experienced Sample Story Angie s Story Procedure Think of a time that you had a first hand experience with a natural event a fire flood quake or wind Write your story and tell what happened to you what you observed and how you were able to get through the event Teachers may also want students to conduct background research on natural events topics and these Web resources may

    Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/angie/natural/activities/here.html (2016-02-17)
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  • I Am Poems
    might feel or have felt during strong and unusual events earthquakes floods winds and fires Poems From Our Students Towne Avenue School Alterraon V David M Denise M Gerry L Nathan Hale School Earthquakes David R Devon D Harold L Vennera T Jeff P Floods Alexander B Antoine J Candice S David R Jared L Kennya L Vennera T Dante P Marquise B Form I am afraid I wonder I

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  • Angie's Natural Events Web Links
    your neighborhood The Great Chicago Fire The Web of Memory An online exhibition including essays biographies and images produced by the Chicago Historical Society to mark the 125th anniversary of the Fire Natural Disasters Fire Site focuses on lightning and volcanoes Southern California Wildfire Hazard Center University of California at Santa Barbara provides this resource including research and outreach links Sparky the Fire Dog The official spokesdog of the National Fire Protection Association NFPA The NFPA works to make you and your family safe from fire and other risks Western Wildfires Burn in Nine States A CNN Interactive report from 1996 Yellowstone Fires and Their Legacy Rocky Barker covers the fires in Yellowstone National Park from 1988 to the present Top Wind All about Hurricanes Emergency Information Hurricane FEMA Fact Sheet Hurricanes How Hurricanes Work Includes categorizing of different levels of hurricanes size structural information prediction and naming of hurricanes How Tornadoes Work Information on how a tornado works and how they are rated on the Fujita Scale Resource links are provided for tornado safety and vortex information Hurricane Emergency Information Hurricanes Natures Greatest Storms Includes latest news from NOAA National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Provides basic information about the nature and hazards of hurricanes and describes methods of forecasting these storms Starstone s Eye of the Storm Information on hurricanes Tornado Project Online Wind A framework for investigating the effects of wind is provided by a series of four inquiry based activities Top Natural Disasters General After a Disaster Resources for parents and teachers in helping children cope after experiencing natural disasters Disaster Relief Worldwide disaster aid and information sponsored by IBM the Red Cross and CNN FEMA The Federal Emergency Management Agency FEMA is an independent agency of the federal government whose mission is to help people before

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  • Angie's Parent Resources
    resources for doing genealogical research Helping Your Child Learn Geography The U S Department of Education offers activities for parents to do with their children to support the development of key ideas Other resources provided are suggested reading lists glossary computer software internet resources and free materials Helping Your Child Learn History The U S Department of Education offers activities that parents can do with their children to help learn history It also provides resources such as suggested reading lists and links to local and national resources History Education Begins at Home Parents can make a difference in encouraging the love of history and the joy of learning This U S government publication offers pages of suggestions to help parents involve children in the history that surrounds them Learning Partners Let s Do History The U S Department of Educationt suggests activities that parents can do at home with their children to help them understand the past and how we got here Map Machine Map resources from National Geographic Outline Maps Houghton Mifflin provides outline maps for use in the classroom or at home Parents Guide to the Internet The Office of Educational Technology from the U S Department of

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  • Powerful Natural Forces - Student Work
    the Quake too because in the morning before school I run down the stairs to watch the TV and my mum says I make a lot of noise and sometimes I sound like an elephant or an earth quake I like being Jake the Quake better because being noisy and making things shake is much more funny than being angry all the time but I only get angry when my

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  • TV Watcher Survey
    post the results here so that you can compare your results to those of others Do you watch television Often Everyday Total Sometimes 2 or 3 times a week Total Seldom Maybe once a week Total Never Total What kind of programs do you enjoy watching most of the time Situation Comedies Total Dramas Total Documentaries Total Others Total Total Total Why do you watch television Entertainment Relaxation Total To

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  • Student Media Video Contest
    line that helped you remember the product s name was included Evaluation Criteria How well the project delivers the purpose as stated above Production values i e clarity of sound and continuity Creativity Requirements Format VHS Length Minimum 30 seconds Maximum one minute Grade Levels 4 7 TEAMS reserves the right to accept only projects that meet these criteria Rules All videos become the exclusive property of TEAMS Distance Learning

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  • TV Critic Projet
    a whole group share your reviews and discuss the similarities and differences you find Each group should be ready to justify their opinion What is the name of the program your class chose to review Write your review on the lines below On a scale of 1 low to 5 high rate the show More About Being a TV Critic If you would like to learn more about being a

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