Kashmir Earthquake 2005Learning objectivesAll to know cause, effect, response for the Kashmir quakeMost to be able to include specific detail on the case studySome to evaluate how development status influenced theearthquakeStarter – Tectonics bingo!1. Place the twenty phrases anywhere you like – I’ll read out theclues – prizes for horizontal line & vertical lines.2. Highlight any words you did not know – read up on theirdefinitions from the vocabulary sheet – then stick both into yourbooks.
Kashmir Earthquake case study• You have the following resources:– Textbook resources (find them yourselves!)– Youtube documentary (make notes!)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3ieusxKQ_w– Kashmir fact file – word document• Task – Create detailed notes in one of these formats:– Surrounded map– Mind map– Extended writing– Talking headsTo cover the points on the next slide40 Minutes to complete thisfolks!
Case study key pointsWhen did ithappen? Where inthe world?Draw me amap! Any long termconsequences?Injured /homelessfigures? How manypeople killed?What were theimmediateeffects?How did thecountryrespond?How did theworldrespond?Envt, social, economicimpactsDiddevelopmentstatus matter?
Demonstrate learningYou have TEN minutes to condense your case study knowledge ontothe case study card, and then stick this into your book after your notes.
Reducing the impacts of Earthquakes• Starter – An earthquake is happening NOW – get to the safest pointin the room NOW• How did you choose this spot?• So lets now think about how we can:– Plan– Prepare– ProtectFor earthquakes• Task 1 – Watch the youtube video on safe building design- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZoHoPFHAtw
Planning for earthquakes• Label the image of the LA Emergency Op Centre withit’s features (some were not mentioned!)
Planning for Earthquakes• So....it’s time to go shopping.• We ALL love writing lists – your task is to writeone which lists all the things you would keepin your BOB (Bug Out Bag), in case of anearthquake.
Reducing earthquake impacts• Create a mind map to detail the varying ways in which peoplecan help reduce the impacts of quakes –plan, prepare, protect.• Extension – how does development state affect the severity ofearthquake impacts?
Homework• Flipped learning! Go to the department blog and watch thevideos on the Northridge 1994 Earthquake – the MEDCtectonic case study.• You are also highly advised to do further reading, make extranotes, before next lesson.• BE AWARE – next lesson will start with questions/activitiesbased on this case study, with NO input from me – you willneed to know the details of this earthquake.