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Video questions and answers
- Tuesday 28 April: Video Questions - Word (50k) | PDF (110k), Video Answers - Word (52k) | PDF (128k)
- Wednesday 29 April: Video Questions - Word (47k) | PDF (108k), Video Answers - Word (49k) | PDF (127k)
- Thursday 30 April: Video Questions - Word (51k) | PDF (110k), Video Answers - Word (52k) | PDF (126k)
- Get ready with this household emergency plan - PDF (120k)
- Generic Planning Sequence for a LEARNZ virtual field trip - Word (250k) | PDF (180k).
- Do a class audioconference summary with your class. Log in to audioconference summaries to get the Word, PDF or GDoc template and send your class summary to firstname.lastname@example.org for sharing. Remember, you can log in to audioconference recordings and listen to them again so your class can gather more information.
- Watch the Earthquake and Faultline Model - Caro Begg demonstrates how to make a simple mechanical model to simulate faults, earthquakes and aftershocks.
- Visit the Earthquake Commission's Educational Site to find out how to prepare for natural hazards
- Look at the Marlborough District Council pages on tsunami
- Visit the Civil Defence 'Tsunami - When Minutes Count' page
- Play the disaster simulation game
- Check out all the material on the Science Learning Hub website
- Find out about landslides on the EQC Landslide page
- Go to the Civil Defence page on landslides
- Watch this clip about the theory of Plate Tectonics from the Discovery Channel Preview Videos
- The GNS Science site has links for educators and students and a wealth of information
- Check recent earthquakes and volcano alert levels and when and where the latest earthquake occurred on the GeoNet website
- Try the 'Beat the Quake' interactive game
- Take a look at the Civil Defence site "What's the Plan Stan" to see if you are ready to survive an earthquake
- Check out the learning resources and interactive game "Awesome Forces" on the Te Papa website
- Go to the Earth Learning Ideas website for the latest earthquake, volcano, tsunami and landslide activities
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