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  • 1. Tropical Storms
    Lesson Two
  • 2. “Just A Minute”
    Who can talk about hurricanes for 30seconds, with pausing, repeating themselves, or talking about ‘non-hurricane stuff’?
  • 3. Hurricane Contents
    The causes of tropical storms.
    The damaging effects of tropical storms.
    Reducing the damaging effects of tropical storms
    Tropical storms could become more frequent and their distribution may change.
  • 4. The effects of tropical storms:
    The different effects of tropical storms
    The ways in which these effects can be categorised
    The differing effects in both MEDCs and LEDCs
    Case Study: MEDC
    Case Study: LEDC
  • 5. By The End Of This Lesson You Will…
    be able to recogniseand should be able to categorisethe different effects of a hurricane
    by
    identifying different ways that the effects are connected
    argue which effects are the worst
  • 6. Effects Of A Hurricane
  • 7. Effects Of A Hurricane
  • 8. Effects Of A Hurricane
  • 9. Effects Of A Hurricane
  • 10. Name 5 Effects
  • 11. What Does This Tell Us?
  • 12. Effects Of A Hurricane
    Key Term: STORM SURGES
    ‘abnormal rise of the sea along a shore as the result of a storm’
  • 15. Effects Of A Hurricane
  • 16. How Could We Categorise These Effects?
  • 17. Challenges
    Use a key to categorise the effects into ‘primary’ and ‘secondary’
    Further categorise the effects – how many different ways can you do it?
    Extension
    Try to add a further 6 effects to the table
    Choose the worst effect, and write a couple of sentences to justify your answer
  • 18. Challenge
    Which are worse – primary or secondary effects?
    There’s only one way to find out.....
  • 19. A Class Debate!
    The left hand side of the class will argue the case that PRIMARY EFFECTS are the worst
    The right hand side of the class will argue the case that SECONDARY EFFECTS are the worst.
  • 20. A Class Debate!
    You have five minutes to prepare your arguments.
    You will then debate, and I will choose a winner.
    I would like as many people to contribute to the debate as possible.
  • 21. Debate Rules
    Put your hand up to contribute
    Stand up to speak
    Don’t interrupt anybody speaking
  • 22. By The End Of This Lesson You Will…
    be able to recogniseand should be able to categorisethe different effects of a hurricane
    by
    identifying different ways that the effects are connected
    argue which effects are the worst
  • 23. The effects of tropical storms:
    The different effects of tropical storms
    The ways in which these effects can be categorised
    The differing effects in both MEDCs and LEDCs
    Case Study: MEDC
    Case Study: LEDC
  • 24. Which will be worse affected – MEDCs or LEDCs?
    What is your initial feeling, before we actually study the two case studies?
    Move to the area of the room that you think will be worse affected – you can stand in the middle if you think they are equal!
  • 25. Homework
    Complete research on a hurricane of the past - NOT Hurricane Katrina
    Write an account between ½ page and 1 page
    Name Location
    Strength Timescale
    Causes Effects
    We will look at these in Friday’s lesson