National Geographic Education: Extreme Weather on Our Planet

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This lesson from National Geographic has a great photo gallery and video of extreme weather, and a chart for plotting their weather investigation. Learning objectives, teaching methods, and connections to National Science Education Standards are all part of the total lesson. The lesson takes only about 30 minutes and everything you need is right on the site, so take advantage of this timely topic and encourage your students to take an active interest in their environment.

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