What is a hazard?LO: To understand the termhazard and know the scales usedto measure them
Chitter chatter starter:1) What is a hazard?2) What makes it a natural hazard?3) List as many natural hazards as you can t...
What is a hazard?A good definition for a ‘natural hazard’ is:“a ________ natural _____which has the_______to ______both __...
Distribution of Hazards• Look at the hazard map showing the main hazards:– Volcanoes– Earthquakes• Complete another map pl...
Answer the following in full sentences in your book1. Describe the distribution of earthquakes, volcanoes,drought and hurr...
Investigating hazards• Hazards are a danger and to understand them humansstudy them.• In your pairs consider for each of t...
Sharing your ideas
Hazard Scales
Hazard Scales
Hazard Scales
Hazard Scales
Hazard Scales
Hazard Questions• What hazards are difficult to measure?• What do you think a greater level ofhazard understanding might a...
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  1. 1. What is a hazard?LO: To understand the termhazard and know the scales usedto measure them
  2. 2. Chitter chatter starter:1) What is a hazard?2) What makes it a natural hazard?3) List as many natural hazards as you can thinkof.4) When does a natural hazard become a naturaldisaster?5) Have you ever experienced a natural hazard ordisaster?6) Do natural hazards occur in certain parts of theworld more than others? Where? Why?
  3. 3. What is a hazard?A good definition for a ‘natural hazard’ is:“a ________ natural _____which has the_______to ______both ____and ______”property perceived potential threatenlife event
  4. 4. Distribution of Hazards• Look at the hazard map showing the main hazards:– Volcanoes– Earthquakes• Complete another map plotting on the hurricanes anddrought areas. You may change the colours if youwish.• Stick both maps into your book under themini subheading ‘Distribution of NaturalHazards’
  5. 5. Answer the following in full sentences in your book1. Describe the distribution of earthquakes, volcanoes,drought and hurricanes using some examples of thewords in the boxes below:2. Which places in the world are the most vulnerable tonatural hazards? Give some named examples. Theseare called ‘hotspots’.3. What do you notice about these hotspot countries? Arethere any other reasons for their vulnerability?Extension: can you think of a good definition for the word‘natural hazard’?Questionsoceans land masses mountains compass points
  6. 6. Investigating hazards• Hazards are a danger and to understand them humansstudy them.• In your pairs consider for each of the hazards below:what you would measure and how you would measurecertain aspects of the hazards to gain a greaterunderstanding of it.– Volcanoes– Hurricanes– Tornadoes– Earthquakes
  7. 7. Sharing your ideas
  8. 8. Hazard Scales
  9. 9. Hazard Scales
  10. 10. Hazard Scales
  11. 11. Hazard Scales
  12. 12. Hazard Scales
  13. 13. Hazard Questions• What hazards are difficult to measure?• What do you think a greater level ofhazard understanding might achieve?• Do you think we will ever fully understandnatural hazards?
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