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Hurricane Katrina USA case study

Hurricane Katrina USA case study

Subject: Geography

Age range: 11-14

Resource type: Lesson (complete)

Teaching Geography

Last updated

8 August 2020

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hurricane katrina case study ks3

KS3 Recap of hurricane formation Video of effects Card sort effects activity Newspaper article writing activity (writing frame in separate document) Card sort activity included in ppt

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  1. Hurricane Katrina USA case study

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