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Environment & Science

Storm Surges Can Be the Deadliest Part of a Hurricane

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Storm Surges Can Be the Deadliest Part of a Hurricane

Lesson Description

In this ESL lesson plan for adults and teens, students watch a video and do a listening exercise about the danger of storm surges and the impact of hurricanes. It includes discussion questions and conversation activities about natural disasters and hurricanes. Students also learn some important vocabulary terms related to this topic. The grammar exercise features expressing cause and effect with -ing clauses and 'which.' In the cooperation activity students issue an evacuation order.

Lesson Notes
Video Length

Lesson Time
1–2 hrs.

Video Type

Lesson Activities
Hurricanes, Science
Short Answers, True / False
Definitions, Context Usage, World-Building
Expressing Cause & Effect with -ing and 'which' clauses
Issuing an Evacuation Order

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