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Using Reading Strategies When Learning About Natural Disasters
Use Bounce to annotate webpages and copy and paste links to them in the comments section. Use these reading strategies: Visualize Making Connections Summarize Ask a Question Evaluate Find ar (More)
Earthquakes, Hurricanes & Tornadoes
Add items to your data sets from these lists: The Best Sites For Learning About Earthquakes More)
Natural Disaster StoryBuilder
Develop a dialogue between at least two people (you can have more) who are experiencing the natural disaster you wrote about in your essay. Go to Google Story Builder and re-create it. (More)
Natural Disasters Essay
Please type your natural disasters essay in a Word document, print out two copies of it, and then copy and paste it in the comments section of this post. (More)
Learning Strategies Essay
Please type your learning strategies essay in a Word document, and then copy and paste it in the comments section here. Or, you could make it into a PowerPoint with or without pictures. Upload your PowerPoint to More)
Create A Learning Game
First, get your folder with all the materials on Natural Disasters. Next, go to Purpose Games and register. Then, create a multiple choice game with at least five questions. Publish it, and paste the (More)
Using Reading Strategies When Learning About Natural Disasters
Go to this New York Times page and find the “Weather” box at the upper right hand corner and find an article you want to read that answers your questions about natural (More)
Create A Cloze
Go to this New York Times page and find the "Weather" box at the upper right hand corner. Copy and paste three or four paragraphs -- enough to be able to create at (More)
Learning About Famous Natural Disasters
Go to A Compilation Of “The Best…” Lists About Natural Disasters. Spend a period going through the links, which include videos.  Di (More)
Autobiographical Incident Essay
Please type your essay in a Word document and copy and paste it in the comments section here. Also, please print out a hard copy of your essay to bring to class on Monday. (More)
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