Hurricanes Yr7

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Information about Hurricanes Yr7
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Published on March 16, 2009

Author: mackemgod

Source: slideshare.net

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Hurricanes (Extreme Weather) Targets: To learn where in the world hurricanes affect To learn how hurricanes are formed and measured.

Targets:

To learn where in the world hurricanes affect

To learn how hurricanes are formed and measured.

 

Add the places where hurricanes form onto your map. Describe where tropical storms form.

Add the places where hurricanes form onto your map.

Describe where tropical storms form.

 

 

Ask An Expert! In pairs one takes the role of a hurricane expert the other is a news reporter asking questions.

In pairs one takes the role of a hurricane expert the other is a news reporter asking questions.

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