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Tornado Image Gallery
(and classroom activities)
Credit: UCAR Digital Image Library
Teacher Notes: These tornado images can be incorporated in the
classroom in multiple ways different ways:
Consider having ...
Credit: UCAR Digital Image Library
Credit: National Weather Service
Credit: UCAR Digital Image Library
Credit: UCAR Digital Image Library
Credit: UCAR Digital Image Library
Credit: UCAR Digital Image Library
Credit: UCAR Digital Image Library
Credit: NOAA
Credit: NOAA
Credit: NOAA
Credit: UCAR Digital Image
Library
Credit: UCAR Digital
Image Library
Credit: UCAR Digital Image Library
Credit: UCAR Digital
Image Library
Credit: UCAR Digital Image Library
Credit: UCAR
Digital Image
Library
Credit: UCAR Digital Image Library
Credit: UCAR Digital
Image Library
Credit: UCAR Digital Image Library
Credit: UCAR Digital Image Library
Credit: UCAR Digital Image Library
Credit: UCAR Digital Image Library
Credit: UCAR Digital Image Library
Credit: UCAR Digital Image Library
Credit: UCAR Digital Image Library
Credit: UCAR Digital Image Library
Credit: UCAR Digital Image Library
Credit: UCAR
Digital Image
Library
Credit: UCAR Digital
Image Library
Credit: UCAR Digital Image Library
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Library
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Tornado Image Gallery: Teaching Tornados through Images

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You can use the tornado images in this gallery and suggested classroom activities to teach students of all grades about tornadoes. This collection of images was gathered from NCAR, NOAA, and NASA.

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Tornado Image Gallery: Teaching Tornados through Images

  1. 1. Tornado Image Gallery (and classroom activities) Credit: UCAR Digital Image Library
  2. 2. Teacher Notes: These tornado images can be incorporated in the classroom in multiple ways different ways: Consider having students: - Write down adjectives for each image - Compare and contrast different images - Sort through the images and group them based on size, shape, appearance, formation stage, estimate of Enhanced Fujita Scale, etc. (For more of a challenge, give students the images and let the them determine their own criteria for categorizing images). Possible extension: There are a three tornado formation sequences in this collection of images that can be used to enhance student learning: - Give an entire tornado formation sequence to students and have them identify the order of how the tornado formed. - Have students write down adjectives for each image and then compare/contrast adjectives as the tornado formed First edition of the “Wonderful Wizard of Oz”
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  4. 4. Credit: National Weather Service
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  10. 10. Credit: NOAA
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