This Tsunami unit covers how tsunamis occur, changes in the Earth's surface, and the predictions of the location of the plate boundaries due to collected data.
Explores how California may be next to be hit by a giant tsunami.
Students investigate wave propagation and recent tsunami disasters. Lesson includes a class demonstration, an online student activity, and extension activity.
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Tsunami.
To increase reading comprehension, activate prior knowledge, develop collaboration and communication with peers, and determine how key vocabulary words relate to one another using Text Scan.
To emphasize students’ understanding of key words and practice applying the definitions of the vocabulary words to examples and drawings using the Frayer Model.
A test for your students to make sure that they know exactly what they have been learning! Best to randomly pop up so students should be able to study daily. Print it out and relax while students slave away; just kidding.
Reviews the massive Good Friday earthquake of 1964 in Alaska led to the development of modern seismology.
Using the March 2011 Japanese tsunami as a case study, students will step through the formation of a tsunami and use a simulator to learn how wind can affect the wavelength and height of a wave.
Using the March 2011 Japanese tsunami as a case study, students will predict where additional debris will be found, look at the current debris collection process, and be challenged to participate themselves in debris collection.
This study guide summarizes the key points of Tsunami and 21st Century Tsunami. You can download and customize it to suit your needs and study habits.
These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Tsunami.