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Wednesday 25 th April 2012. Responding to Tectonic Hazards (2). http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/preparing-for-earthquakes/5723.html. Lesson Objectives : - To be aware of the effectiveness of different approaches to the challenge of coping with tectonic hazards.

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    1. Wednesday 25th April 2012 Responding to Tectonic Hazards (2) http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/preparing-for-earthquakes/5723.html Lesson Objectives: - To be aware of the effectiveness of different approaches to the challenge of coping with tectonic hazards. - To research and continue to produce detailed case studiesnotes on the 2008 Sichuan Province earthquake, China (NIC). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lI1M8o0BHPc&feature=player_embedded http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYrFXgx0xi8 http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/engineering-earthquake-resistant-structures/5725.html

    2. Starter Pc pg. 13 (Fig. 1.7b only), 14 & 15 (Qu. 4 only) LANDMARKS

    3. Lesson Objective- To be aware of the effectiveness of different approaches to the challenge of coping with tectonic hazards. - To research and continue to produce detailed case studiesnotes on the 2008 Sichuan Province earthquake, China (NIC). 1] Teacher led notes on evaluating different approaches to tectonic hazards. 2] Student research activities focussed on i] the advice on how to prepare for an earthquake from different national agencies& ii]2008 Sichuan Province earthquake

    4. Lesson Objective- To be aware of the effectiveness of different approaches to the challenge of coping with tectonic hazards. - To research and continue to produce detailed case studiesnotes on the 2008 Sichuan Province earthquake, China (NIC). PC DIAGRAM Phillip Allan BOOK PG. 268

    5. Lesson Objective- To be aware of the effectiveness of different approaches to the challenge of coping with tectonic hazards. - To research and continue to produce detailed case studiesnotes on the 2008 Sichuan Province earthquake, China (NIC). GIVE OUT R/S ‘Responding to hazards and disasters’ HANDOUT PART 7 HAZARDS BOOK (take out non tect. Hazds)pg. 77 -91. Plus revision book middle pg. 25 & 26. Add revision book piece on Icelandic earthquake to frog folder.

    6. Extension… • Turn to P263 [A2 Book] • What makes a good case study? • P264 – 267: Montserrat Case study • Use these pages to create a detailed case study on Montserrat disaster

    7. Lesson Objective:- To be aware of the effectiveness of different approaches to the challenge of coping with tectonic hazards. - To research and continue to produce detailed case studiesnotes on the 2008 Sichuan Province earthquake, China (NIC). ASSIGNMENT PLENARY Continue with Unit 4 Assignment on FROG. Tell the class ONE key thing that you have learnt today.

    8. Lesson Objective:- To be aware of the effectiveness of different approaches to the challenge of coping with tectonic hazards. - To research and continue to produce detailed case studiesnotes on the 2008 Sichuan Province earthquake, China (NIC). • Useful website: http://www.coolgeography.co.uk