Surviving Natural Hazards Objective: To find out how people can reduce and manage hazard risk by forward planning
Preparedness now! <ul><li>Watch the video below to find out how populations can prepare themselves for natural hazard even...
Our Location
The Scenario <ul><li>You live in Pacific Heights, San Francisco. You have a small sturdy shed in your garden, well away fr...
Pacific Heights – San Francisco
Competition Time <ul><li>You will see 30 items that could be packed into a First Aid kit. </li></ul><ul><li>How many can y...
The Items Camping gas and stove Spare batteries Avalanche transmitter Blankets Money Dust mask   Dried food Tinned food Cr...
The Venn Diagram <ul><li>Discuss all your items on the list and place all 30 of your earthquake survival items into the Ve...
Over to You ….  <ul><li>Complete this exam style question:  </li></ul><ul><li>Making reference to a case study, to what ex...
The Marketing Task
Or … you could go for the hero approach!
Group Work <ul><li>Produce a presentation guide suitable for the USA and Pakistan. Your two separate presentations should ...
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Surviving Natural Hazards

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You will need to bring in the majority of the things on the survival list and play a Generation Game style game where you show the students the items and then they have to remember them before choosing the 6 most relevant. See venn diagram worksheet and ranking sheet as well.

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Surviving Natural Hazards

  1. 1. Surviving Natural Hazards Objective: To find out how people can reduce and manage hazard risk by forward planning
  2. 2. Preparedness now! <ul><li>Watch the video below to find out how populations can prepare themselves for natural hazard events. </li></ul>
  3. 3. Our Location
  4. 4. The Scenario <ul><li>You live in Pacific Heights, San Francisco. You have a small sturdy shed in your garden, well away from the house, which houses your garden tools. </li></ul><ul><li>On the advice of local fire officers you are going to put together an earthquake emergency kit and store it in this shed so it would be accessible in the event of an earthquake. </li></ul>
  5. 5. Pacific Heights – San Francisco
  6. 6. Competition Time <ul><li>You will see 30 items that could be packed into a First Aid kit. </li></ul><ul><li>How many can you remember? </li></ul>
  7. 7. The Items Camping gas and stove Spare batteries Avalanche transmitter Blankets Money Dust mask   Dried food Tinned food Credit Card   Spare batteries Tools including pipe wrench Disinfectant Mobile phone Sun screen Radio (battery operated) Toilet paper Water purifying tablets 4 litres mineral water Small tent Spade Tin opener   Candles Matches Board games   TV Torch Plastic bucket   Swiss Army Knife First Aid Kit Fire Extinguisher  
  8. 8. The Venn Diagram <ul><li>Discuss all your items on the list and place all 30 of your earthquake survival items into the Venn diagram in the appropriate section. </li></ul><ul><li>Complete one Venn Diagram per person </li></ul><ul><li>LEDC / MEDC / BOTH </li></ul><ul><li>So, which of your six original items would be available if you lived in an LEDC such as Pakistan? </li></ul>
  9. 9. Over to You …. <ul><li>Complete this exam style question: </li></ul><ul><li>Making reference to a case study, to what extent does the level of preparedness for hazards depend on where people live in the world? (10) </li></ul>
  10. 10. The Marketing Task
  11. 11. Or … you could go for the hero approach!
  12. 12. Group Work <ul><li>Produce a presentation guide suitable for the USA and Pakistan. Your two separate presentations should show the vulnerable populations how they can prepare for a major earthquake event. </li></ul><ul><li>Make sure that your chosen media will reach the maximum number of people possible. </li></ul>
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