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Hurricanes and Tornadoes (#159)

We will see how hurricanes and tornadoes form and how they affect people.
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Transcript of Hurricanes and Tornadoes (#159)

Hurricanes
and
Tornadoes
to this online lesson!
I am Andrea Martínez.
I live in Monterrey, N. L.
I'm an English teacher for
OBJECTIVE
We will see how hurricanes and tornadoes form and how they affect people.
Antecedent
Hurricanes and tornadoes have quite a lot in common.
Hurricanes are created in oceans and then move towards the land.
Hurricane
Birth factors of hurricanes
Tropical depression converts into a tropical storm as soon as it reaches 39 mph, and it turns into a hurricane as soon as it reaches the speed of 75 mph.
Tornadoes Worldwide
Hurricanes
Tornadoes
Tornado
Descending air
Funnel cloud with upward current
A tornado forms in a spiral from top to bottom.
100 mph wind
Differences
Tornado
Hurricane
Tornado Damage
Hurricane Damage
Before
After
Tornado Path
Hurricanes are known by different names around the globe.
The mid point of a hurricane is known as the eye of hurricane.
Tornadoes form when cold air pushes the warm air upwards.
ACTIVITY
Choose the correct answer
1. Hurricanes are created in ____.
2. One of the three birth factors of hurricanes is _____.
3. Hurricanes are also called ____.
4. Tornadoes are born in regions that are ____.
5. A tornado forms in a spiral or ____.
6. Tornadoes form when ____.
7. Tornadoes cause damage with ____.
8. Hurricanes can cause severe damage by giving birth to heavy ____.
9. Mention 2 differences between them.
e) oceans
b) Tropical depression
d) Cyclones or Typhoons
a) dry and windy
f) funnel-like shape
h) cold air pushes the warm air upwards
c) winds
g) rainfalls
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
CONCLUSION
Scientists continually study these storms in the hope of learning more about them.
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