November 18, 2022

Hurricane Nicholas threatens southern region

Hurricane Nicholas is making its way to the southern region and has already started hitting Texas. With a Category 3 hurricane, the storm could bring “life-threatening flash floods across the Deep South,” according to The Weather Channel.

The article continues with information about how people in affected areas should prepare for Hurricane Nicholas, such as stocking up on supplies and staying updated on weather reports.If you live anywhere in this area, be sure to keep an eye out for updates from your local news station or emergency officials!Original Article: Hurricane Nicholas is making its way to the southern region and has already started hitting Texas. With a Category 3 hurricane, the storm could bring “life-threatening flash

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I teach 4th-8th grade students in California. I’m including this resource because it is both very timely and easily adaptable to many different grades. I teach 6th graders, so I read the article through once and then used it as a springboard for discussion. The Weather Channel has great information about how people should prepare for a hurricane, as well as a list of safety tips. I have always been surprised that my students aren’t already familiar with The Weather Channel given how much they love the weather, so this article was a welcome addition to our specific unit on hurricanes. If you teach younger students, I’m sure you could find a way to incorporate the article into your curriculum, whether you focus on vocabulary or more of a general discussion of hurricanes and their impacts. The article also links to several other resources that could be useful.

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