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Theme 1 Eye of the Storm vocabulary Theme 1 Eye of the Storm vocabulary Presentation Transcript

  • Eye of the StormI can determine themeaning of and use key vocabulary words correctly.
  • Collide
  • Collide• The tornado and car about to collide on the road.
  • Collide– To bump into another mass with force.
  • Funnel Cloud
  • Funnel Cloud• The funnel cloud is wide at the top and has touched the ground.
  • Funnel Cloud• Tornado cloud that is wide at the top and narrow where it touches the ground.
  • Jagged
  • Jagged• The jagged shape of the lightning lit up the night sky.
  • Jagged• Having a sharp, pointed edge or outline.
  • Lightning
  • Lightning• The sky filled with lightning during the major storm.
  • Lightning• The flash of light in the sky when electricity passes between clouds or between a cloud and the ground.
  • Prairies
  • Prairies• The grassland of the prairies stretches for miles.
  • Prairies • Flat, open grasslands.
  • Rotate
  • Rotate• The tornado began to rotate violently.
  • Rotate• To swirl in a circular motion.
  • Severe
  • Severe• The severe tornado greatly damaged this Ohio town in 1974.
  • Severe• Serious or extreme in nature.
  • Sizzling
  • Sizzling• The bystanders could hear the sizzle from the lightning as it struck.
  • Sizzling• Crackling with intense heat.
  • Tornadoes
  • Tornadoes• The tornado, with its rotating column of air, was rapidly approaching the town.
  • Tornadoes• Rotating columns of air accompanied by whirling funnel-shaped downspouts.
  • Sounds of a tornado• http://www.stormsounds.com/home/index.html• (super cell tornado)