As we prepare to make our Public Service Announcements, our students are in the process of organizing their thoughts and creating Hurricane Preparedness brochures. Last week, I shared some interesting hurricane tracking sites with them and one of them has since become my latest favorite. The day I shared it with my class was also the day we taped our first show of the season for PalmBreezeCAFE (our web and tech local cable TV show). I decided to ditch what I had previously planned and show this site instead. Here I am with co-host, Lee Keller, showing the site from National Geographic.
In addition to the National Geographic site, some other useful sites are:
I loved watching this video.I have always been interested in hurricanes.I know I will learn a lot from you this year.
i watched PalmBreezeCAFE and the website Mrs.Kolbert showed was awesome because you could accually see how a hurricane worksl.
I went on the national geographic website and it was cool to see how forces of nature work like hurricanes!
i think your tv show is very interesting
y0,dudet,i luv your tv show
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i think your t.v show is so interesting and i love the website that shows you all the cool geogrophic gadjets you can use to see how a hurricane works