Project Due Date – Part II: Friday, October 13
Hurricane Projection Map Project Resource Center
If you’ve made it to this web page, you’ve stumbled across the #1 resource spot to help you meet deadlines, access paperwork, and find research for the project! Be sure to utilize the web page to your advantage.
- Use the checklist provided by Mr. Reggio – Projection Map Checklist
- Reference the maps on the back of the checklist
- Manage time accordingly in and outside of class
- Be aware of the due date
- Let the quality of your work speak for itself!
- Select a hurricane to research from the “Hurricanes – Pattern Maps & History” link below
- Get a copy of the graphic organizer, Collins Type 3, and works cited graphic organizer (all linked below)
- Read and understand the directions of each document
- Start with selecting two parts of HECGG to connect to the selected hurricane (History and Economics are always popular choices)
- Print 3 articles from the web that provides statistics, details, and information connecting to the 2 parts of HECGG and your selected hurricane
- Read and highlight information. Highlighted information will be placed in the graphic organizer
- Construct the Works Cited
- Write the Collins Type 3 using the completed research graphic organizer
- Plot the hurricane path on your map. Be sure to add 7 hurricane symbols. In addition, add longitude and latitude
- Follow directions for typing the essay
- Use the Part II rubric to tie the entire project together
Web Links to Hurricane Information – Guided Research
Hurricanes – Pattern Maps & History
Weather Whiz Kids – What is a hurricane?
Hurricane Facts, Information, & Videos – National Geographic
Hurricanes – Being Prepared
Cool Facts & Tips on Hurricanes
Hurricane Symbol – Copy and paste the symbol below into a word document. Resize the symbol in the word document and copy/paste the symbol within the word document 7 times. Next, print!