DISASTER MANAGEMENT CLASS FOR FEBRUARY 18, 2019 Grade 11 STEM LIBRARY RESEARCH FEBRUARY 18, 2019 A. Explain how the following natural processes shape and change our environment. 1. Plate tectonics 2. Atmospheric processes 3. Biological accumulation 4. Human activities B. Describe the following hazards. A. Ground shaking B. Tornado C. Landslide D. Flood E. Indoor fire F. Lava flow G. Industrial pollution H. Typhoon I. Forest fire J. Liquefaction K. Storm surge L. Tsunami M. Extreme rainfall N. Biological hazard O. Geological hazard P. Hydrometeorological hazard Q. Man-made and technological hazards. R. Natural Hazards GROUP MEETING AND PREPARATION FOR ROLE PLAY ACTIVITY FOR FEBRUARY 22, 2019 SITUATIONS/SCENARIO FOR EACH GROUP A: Family in concrete house near the highway far from river and mountain B: Mountain climbers going up the slope C: Exchange learners in a local family home in the barrio near the river D: Friends in a beach resort E: Fishermen out on the sea F: Passengers in a jeep along a road with moderate traffic OBJECTIVE: Imagine the impacts of certain phenomena (the hazards) on specific settings. GUIDELINES FOR THE ACTIVITY: Divide the class into 6 groups A. There should be one reporter, who will explain what the group is representing B. The rest of the group, actors, will take on roles, whether of living or non-living things. But there should always be at least one human in every situation. For example, they can be all humans, or one human and the rest are either animals, plants, or inanimate objects. C. No member is needed to represent the hazard. D. The actors must represent what is happening to the living and/or non-living things caught in the given situation. The assumption is that they are unable to avoid the situation. E. 5-10 minutes to make a depiction. F. The grade will be based on the accuracy of the depiction of possible impacts, not on the acting. G. Each group should submit the list of roles to the teacher. This will be used as a guide for grading. H. Each group will provide feedback after each presentation, especially pointing out the good aspects, and mentioning aspects they missed.