To what extent was Hurricane Katrina was a natural disaster? . LO: To works as a group to form a balanced answer to this question. Natural?.
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LO: To works as a group to form a balanced answer to this question
Hurricane Katrina’s scale (the storm was 500 km across) and magnitude (wind speeds as high as 240 km/s) meant that even though its path veered away from New Orleans at the last minute it still had a huge impact on the city as well as devastating the Alabama coast
The magnitude and scale of Katrina was a key factor as the flood defences were rendered ineffective. Unusually high sea temperatures in the Gulf or Mexico (possible an effect of global warming) helped build Katrina into Category 5 storm when defences were only built to withstand a category 3 hurricane. The distribution of the population throughout the region is responsible for much of the heightened natural hazard risk.
Example: you must make sure people are positive if they are wearing the yellow hat.
Each ‘blue hat’ should now feedback their group’s ideas to the whole class.
Use the notes taken to provide the structure for an extended piece of writing…..Black Hat = introduction, Red Hat = 1st paragraph (giving your opinion), Purple and Yellow Hat = for and against then Green Hat = conclusion (looking forward)