Tropical Storms<br />Lesson Two<br />
“Just A Minute”<br />Who can talk about hurricanes for 30seconds, with pausing, repeating themselves, or talking about ‘no...
Hurricane Contents<br />The causes of tropical storms.<br />The damaging effects of tropical storms.<br />Reducing the dam...
The effects of tropical storms:<br />The different effects of tropical storms<br />The ways in which these effects can be ...
By The End Of This Lesson You Will…<br />be able to recogniseand should be able to categorisethe different effects of a hu...
Effects Of A Hurricane<br />
Effects Of A Hurricane<br />
Effects Of A Hurricane<br />
Effects Of A Hurricane<br />
Name 5 Effects<br />
What Does This Tell Us?<br />
Effects Of A Hurricane<br /><ul><li>Wind
Rain
Storm Surges</li></ul>Key Term: STORM SURGES<br />‘abnormal rise of the sea along a shore as the result of a storm’ <br />
Effects Of A Hurricane<br />
How Could We Categorise These Effects?<br />
Challenges<br />Use a key to categorise the effects into ‘primary’ and ‘secondary’<br />Further categorise the effects – h...
Challenge<br />Which are worse – primary or secondary effects?<br />There’s only one way to find out.....<br />
A Class Debate!<br />The left hand side of the class will argue the case that PRIMARY EFFECTS are the worst<br />The right...
A Class Debate!<br />You have five minutes to prepare your arguments.<br />You will then debate, and I will choose a winne...
Debate Rules<br />Put your hand up to contribute<br />Stand up to speak<br />Don’t interrupt anybody speaking<br />
By The End Of This Lesson You Will…<br />be able to recogniseand should be able to categorisethe different effects of a hu...
The effects of tropical storms:<br />	The different effects of tropical storms<br />	The ways in which these effects can b...
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Tropical storms lesson 2

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

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