EY! for Teens Year 3 Lesson 19 Quizlet
このクイズレットフラッシュカードを使用して、レッスン前の次のレッスンで必要な単語を学習してください。 Flashcardsモードを使用して単語を勉強し、自分で試合モードを使用して覚えていることを確認してください。 モードを切り替えるには、クイズレットの右下にある「学習モードを選択」をクリックします。
Please use this Quizlet Flashcard set to try to learn the words that you’ll need during your next lesson before the lesson. Use the Flashcards mode to study the words then test yourself to see what you remember using the Match mode. To change between modes, click on "Choose a Study Mode" in the bottom right of the Quizlet.
EY! for Teens Year 3 Lesson 19: Natural Disasters
Please prepare for your next lesson by writing down your answers to the questions below. Please use the same notebook every time to make it easier for you to review in the future.
- How many types of natural disasters can you name? Which is the worst? Why?
- What is the most common natural disaster in your country? What can you do to prepare for this natural disaster?
- Would you ever volunteer to help after a natural disaster hit? If yes, what would you volunteer to do? If no, why not?
- How can technology lessen the damage caused by natural disasters?
- What do think about people who follow tornadoes around to get data, video and photographs?(Storm Chasers)
- Can you think of any country that doesn’t have natural disasters?
If there is time, please ask your teacher Question 4 and Question 5.
Model Answers: Let’s Ask Aoi
- Typhoon, Tsunami, Earthquake, Blizzard, Wildfires. I think that wildfires are the worst. They are as unpredictable as the other natural disasters and can continue for days/weeks.
- Earthquakes. There isn’t much you can do! We have a national alert that will sound off seconds before an earthquake. Some people secure their furniture.
- I would volunteer if there was a natural disaster. I would like to work with a search and rescue team, utilizing search dogs.
- I think that computers are getting better at predicting natural disasters. Scientists can make more accurate predictions as to when they will happen.
- I think that they are brave, but a bit crazy. If they are studying tornadoes for science I think it’s a positive thing.
- I can’t think of any, but I’m sure there are countries who have very few natural disasters.