We will watch the 2 videos together in class that demonstrate emergency weather broadcasts from students last year and you will take notes to help you with the organization of your broadcast. The first video demonstrates an emergency broadcast that included little effort and the second video demonstrates creativity and meets expectations.
Below are two clips of weather broadcasts that may help guide you in your broadcast creation.
Read the information from the links below about your particular weather phenomenon. Use the following questions to help guide you in collecting information for your broadcast:
How can you explain/describe your weather phenomenon?
Where can this weather occur? (choose a location for your broadcast)
What characteristics does your weather have?
What will happen due to this extreme weather?
How can people prepare/stay safe from this extreme weather?
You and your partner will organize and present an emergency weather broadcast on your extreme weather to the class. In your broadcast you must include:
- A specific location in which your extreme weather is occuring (it must be a location in which this weather can happen)
- 4 or more important facts about your extreme weather that gives viewers a description of the weather, what is currently going on and what to expect.
- 4 or more safey procedures to keep people safe.
Be Creative, include required information and have fun!!