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Hurricanes

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Let’s learn about Hurricanes! These NO PREP materials contain informative exercises about hurricanes, typhoons and cyclones. Lots of puzzles and other fun activities are included to make it a fun class. The answers and an answer sheet are included. GOOGLE SLIDES WITH PREMADE TEXTBOXES INCLUDED! Overview: Page 1-2: Introduction to hurricanes Page 3-4: How do hurricanes form? Page 5-6: Parts of a hurricane Page 7: Dangerous hurricanes in history Page 8-9: Interesting facts Page 10: How to survive a hurricane? Page 11: Word Search Page 12: Reflection Extra: Natural Disaster Puzzles You might also like these worksheets: Blizzards Earthquakes Floods Landslides Tornadoes Tsunamis Volcanic Eruptions Wildfires You can save money by purchasing the bundle! Natural Disasters Bundle Keywords: Tropical cyclones, hurricanes, typhoons, cyclones, tropical storms, oceans, eye, eye wall, rain bands, Hurricane Katrina, anti-clockwise direction, Coriolis Effect, Saffir-Simpson Scale, storm surge
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SpaceRipSpaceRip

Super Hurricanes and Typhoons

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In this video presentation from SpaceRip we look at: Why do a rare few evolve into colossal monsters, that leave in their wake a trail of destruction, death, and despair?
Outstanding Lesson: Hurricanes, Typhoons & CyclonesQuick View
EliteResourcesEliteResources

Outstanding Lesson: Hurricanes, Typhoons & Cyclones

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Title - What are Hurricanes? Learning Objective: To describe how they form using keywords To map their global distribution *** A comprehensive introduction to the natural hazard referred to as hurricanes – areas of intense low pressure. This has an excellent starter, main and plenary. It covers mapping global distribution, key words & terminology, the Saffir-Simpson scale measurement and tidal surge. It also has extension higher order thinking question for more ale students.**
Typhoon Haiyan  IGCSE case studyQuick View
GeorgeD4711GeorgeD4711

Typhoon Haiyan IGCSE case study

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Typhoon Haiyan case study for IGCSE Geography (9-1 Edexcel) with text notes, footage, photos to describe origin, track, impact, response and aftermath. Over 40 slides in a PowerPoint.
Comparing Hurricane Katrina and Typhoon HaiyanQuick View
ew90ew90

Comparing Hurricane Katrina and Typhoon Haiyan

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Powerpoint, Worksheet and Articles comparing Hurricane Katrina and Typhoon Haiyan. Image starter, followed by compiling a fact file about USA and Phillippines and then reading articles to discover effects of both storms. Welsh medium resources also attached.
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HappyedugatorHappyedugator

Hurricanes PowerPoint

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All about hurricanes! Information on how these storms develop - hurricane structure, their effects, and how they are tracked, and more. Includes: What is a hurricane? What is the structure of a hurricane? How does a hurricane form? Where and when do hurricanes form? What are the effects of hurricanes? What are the differences between hurricanes, typhoons, and cyclones? What is the hurricane classification scale? What is the hurricane strength scale? Evacuation/ Preparation Watches and Warnings, Warning Flags How hurricanes are named Forecasting and tracking - HappyEdugator
Hurricanes, Cyclones, Typhoons - What is the Difference? Reading AssignmentQuick View
mistermitchell3mistermitchell3

Hurricanes, Cyclones, Typhoons - What is the Difference? Reading Assignment

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Hurricanes, cyclones, and typhoons are disastrous weather events. What is the difference between them? Where do they strike? This geography-based assignment contains a short reading to answer these questions. Students then find absolute and relative location (geographic coordinates and cardinal/intermediate directions respectively) of tropical storm-prone nations. In the final part of the project, students research three in-depth prompts specific to hurricanes, cyclones, and typhoons and how they affect people living in different regions of the world. They will then present their research findings in an essay. Research logs, blank maps, answer keys, and a rubric for student essays are included.
Typhoon Haiyan Case StudyQuick View
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Typhoon Haiyan Case Study

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AQA GCSE Geography The Challenge of Natural Hazards - Weather Hazards Detailed case study overview of Typhoon Haiyan showing factors increasing vulnerability, effects (social, economic, environmental) and responses (immediate and long term)
HurricanesQuick View
willemmacauwillemmacau

Hurricanes

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Let’s learn about Hurricanes! These NO PREP materials contain informative exercises about hurricanes, typhoons and cyclones. Lots of puzzles and other fun activities are included to make it a fun class. The answers and an answer sheet are included. GOOGLE SLIDES WITH PREMADE TEXTBOXES INCLUDED! Overview: Page 1-2: Introduction to hurricanes Page 3-4: How do hurricanes form? Page 5-6: Parts of a hurricane Page 7: Dangerous hurricanes in history Page 8-9: Interesting facts Page 10: How to survive a hurricane? Page 11: Word Search Page 12: Reflection Extra: Natural Disaster Puzzles You might also like these worksheets: Blizzards Earthquakes Floods Landslides Tornadoes Tsunamis Volcanic Eruptions Wildfires You can save money by purchasing the bundle! Natural Disasters Bundle Keywords: Tropical cyclones, hurricanes, typhoons, cyclones, tropical storms, oceans, eye, eye wall, rain bands, Hurricane Katrina, anti-clockwise direction, Coriolis Effect, Saffir-Simpson Scale, storm surge
Responses to Typhoon Haiyan 9-1 GeographyQuick View
sp495sp495

Responses to Typhoon Haiyan 9-1 Geography

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Observation lesson focuses around OCR B 9-1 Focuses on the responses to Typhoon Haiyan- Timeline activity with differentiated sheets and questions 6 Mark Exam Question Peer Asessment
Extreme Weather 5: Hurricanes : Effects - Hurricane Katrina (KS3)Quick View
GeographyMasterGeographyMaster

Extreme Weather 5: Hurricanes : Effects - Hurricane Katrina (KS3)

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This is a full 1 hour lesson that investigates the effects of Hurricanes/Typhoons with KS3 students. The lesson is part of a unit on Extreme Weather, though it could easily be adapted to other place based examples or a general lesson on weather. Learning Outcome 1 - 'I understand how a tropical cyclone (hurricane / typhoon) can cause extensive social and economic damage to society.' In the lesson we look at: -Recap on causes of hurricanes/typhoons -The geographical location of New Orleans (atlas work) -The causes and conditions that led up to Hurricane Katrina -The immediate and long term effects of the hurricane -What it was like to be in the hurricane The lesson is designed to be visually appealing, with 'to the point' content that's easy to pick up and run with at short notice. Ease of use is my aim for both teacher and student, so the lesson includes a compact presentation with instructions and guidance in the notes section below each slide, it also includes fully referenced handouts with printing instructions and is of course, proof read. Please help me out and leave a review if you like my resources, they take a lot of time and effort to produce! :) Happy teaching!
Cyclones Hurricanes Knowledge OrganiserQuick View
TheGeographyShopOriginalTheGeographyShopOriginal

Cyclones Hurricanes Knowledge Organiser

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Knowledge Organiser - Cyclones - Hurricanes - Caribbean - Typhoons - KS3 - Geography A knowledge organiser is a document, usually no more than two sides of A4, that contains key facts and information that children need to have a basic knowledge and understanding of a topic. Most knowledge organisers will include: the essential facts about the topic, usually laid out in easily digestible chunks. Happy to answer any questions and feedback welcome… jacobspong@gmail.com
Typhoon Haiyan: Numbers Affected WorksheetQuick View
markthegeographermarkthegeographer

Typhoon Haiyan: Numbers Affected Worksheet

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GCSE Geography worksheet on which the pupils create a choropleth map to show the distribution of the numbers of people affected by the tropical storm. It also has some GCSE-style questions for the pupils to answers. Please feel free to download and adapt. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/markthegeographer
Hurricane Florence and Typhoon Mangkhut (Ompong): a comparison (Geography in the News)Quick View
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Hurricane Florence and Typhoon Mangkhut (Ompong): a comparison (Geography in the News)

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A concise factfile of these two tropical storms from the 2018 storm season Contains key background facts and figures as well as primary impacts, secondary impacts, immediate responses and long term responses (also coded as environmental, social, economic) Would be a good summary for students comparing more and less developed impacts and responses of storms; would also be a good basis for a comparison lesson
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lrabbettslrabbetts

Typhoon Usagi

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This is a mapping, tracking and effects sorting set of activites on the largest storm this year.
GCSE AQA 9-1: Super Typhoon Haiyan - Hurricane- cause, effects and responses.Quick View
tosh740tosh740

GCSE AQA 9-1: Super Typhoon Haiyan - Hurricane- cause, effects and responses.

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A fully resourced lesson that covers the cause, effects and responses to a specific hurricane. Good to go and no additional resources required. Written for the AQA 9-1 GCSE Examination. Hurricane Haiyan makes a great up to date example. The Power-point has differentiated objectives linked to the new levels. The emphasis is on getting students to engage with the activities and demonstrate understanding. Resource sheets include differentiated activities and allow students to consolidate their learning. This can be completed as a single lesson with a straightforward case study template but with all the questions and resources there is plenty of material for 2 lessons and homework activities. The teacher copy of the example template can be used as a revision resource as it provides a concise summary of the content required.
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Case Study - Typhoon Haiyan

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This is 2-3 hours of teaching time. A variety of interactive activities to aid students in learning specific information about Typhoon Haiyan. There is also an example case study to mark and then students can complete a different question individually. There are lots of video clips and visuals to aid student understanding. Written for the new AQA spec