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http://www.earthquakecountry.info/roots/index.php - USGS publication for earthquake facts and prep
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The information on this page is from materials created by the Emergency Survival Program (ESP) in 2006, and based on "The Seven Steps to Earthquake Safety" in the handbook, Putting Down Roots in Earthquake Country.
Want to experience an earthquake from the comfort of your computer lab? Then take your class on a virtual field trip! Students visit four websites focused on earthquakes. They watch a video, read important earthquake facts, chart the most recent earthquake activity in the US, and take an earthquake safety quiz. As students "travel," they record important information on their graphic organizer. Great way to integration science and language arts objectives!
Writing Paragraphs from Earthquake Notes
This activity is designed to help students incorporate paragraph writing skills with information about earthquakes. There are 6 pages with 9-11 facts on each page; students are to construct a well written paragraph using these facts. Information on each page is written in a note taking format; students will use these facts in their own sentences as they construct their paragraphs.