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Extreme natural phenomena

By Lydya0103

Topic: Geography, Physics, Mathematics, environment


  • To adapt vocabulary related to weather and natural disasters / define “natural disaster”, identify different types of natural disasters / the “cartographic” dimension of learning and daily existence;
  • To differentiate between natural and man-made disasters;
  • To develop skills to describe the processes that produce the phenomena;
  • Using the tools and techniques necessary for spatial thinking in order to develop geographical skills In the implementation of this learning scenario we will start from brainstorming, where students will be asked to specify what extreme phenomena they know, the causes and effects that produce them. They describe the dangerous characteristics of each extreme phenomenon in Romania and compare them with those identified worldwide. Avalanches, earthquakes, fires, floods or droughts, hurricanes, tornadoes, volcanoes, hail.

This lesson scenario aims at learning based on different ways of thinking and reasoning correlated with the recognition of some models, the description of some extreme phenomena, identification through images of some phenomena produced in Romania and comparison with other phenomena from other countries.

During this activity students will be familiar with theoretical notions about the extreme phenomena that have occurred in recent years more and more often, what are the causes that triggered these phenomena. Identifying the areas where most of the specified phenomena occurred, comparing them with the phenomena produced in the country.

For more explanations and technical support students will learn to use the online application EO Browser, where they will search for satellite images from this application.

Author: Lidia Ristea ([email protected])

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Licença Creative CommonsEste trabalho está licenciado com uma Licença Creative Commons - Atribuição-NãoComercial 4.0 Internacional.

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