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The weather

This is a collection of digital activities and printable worksheets for the Italian language curriculum that focuses on discussing what the weather is like and expressing likes and dislikes regarding climate conditions. It uses expressions such as 'Che tempo fa?', 'Fa caldo?', 'Fa freddo?', 'Oggi fa ...' and 'Mi piace ...

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Weather forecasting

How do meteorologists predict the weather? Discover what types of weather data is gathered, the equipment used, and how forecasting has changed over the years. A scientist will reveal how often they get it wrong!

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Weather: what is weather? - activity

This is a Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) student worksheet about weather. The worksheet includes an aim, an introduction explaining what weather is and a series of questions about weather for students to respond to using pictures and words. Some of the questions are about what sort of clothes the students would wear and games ...

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Dancing weather maps: ideas of circularity

Imagine a weather map you might see on the daily news. The many lines indicate different levels of air pressure that are part of what makes weather. In this clip, choreograhpher Lucy Guerin describes how a fascination with weather maps led her to explore one of her central ideas of circularity in her dance work 'Weather'.

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Weather watch: Connected Learning Experience

In this Connected Learning Experience (CLE) , students investigate weather and how it affects them in the context of observing cloud formation, observing the effects of wind and describing changes in temperature.

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Weather - activity

This is a Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) web page containing a lesson plan on weather. The resource clearly sets out lesson objectives and provides a list of questions with sample answers. The resources and actions section of the lesson plan has a link to a student worksheet for the teacher to print out.

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Features of places - Weather

This sequence of 4 learning activities investigates the weather and seasons. Using photos from The State Library of NSW’s collection, students observe, infer, describe and imagine the weather of places and complete activities related to climate.

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Languages online: Indonesian section 28: the weather

This set of 11 interactive activities from the Languages online resource helps students practise expressions that describe the weather. The main language point is asking and saying what the weather is like with the key language focus being the question 'What is the weather like?' The activities begin with pronunciation ...

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Wet weather in cold and warm climates

Have you ever thought about how rainy weather feels in different places? This short clip talks about wet weather in a cold place and in a warm place. You will hear some children talking about how they feel when it's raining where they live.

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Making 'Weather': developing dance movements

Discover the sources of inspiration that Lucy Guerin and her dancers explore as they develop the dance work 'Weather'. In this clip, choreographer Guerin challenges the dancers to explore movement that reflects lines of pressure, or weather fronts, as they appear on a weather map.

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Effects of dry weather

What do you feel like when the weather is hot and dry? Discover what happens to the land during dry weather. Look at how the landscape changes at different times of the year.

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Weather and where we live

This is a unit of work about weather and its effects. Intended for the early years and written with a global education focus, the resource consists of five single- or multi-lesson activities, titled: Weather concepts and words; Changes in the sky; Houses to suit the weather; How does the drought affect living things?; and ...

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And now for the Sun's weather ...

The Sun is the primary source of energy on Earth and plays a major role in the weather we experience, but how does it affect weather in space? Watch this animation showing what happens when there is solar wind, solar flare and even a solar storm. Find out about their impacts on our planet and on us.

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Making Weather: Dancing in the clouds

Observe a stage of the development of dance performance 'Weather' by Melbourne based dance company Lucy Guerin Inc. Guerin and her dancers have moved into the theatre where they will perform and the elements of choreography, music, set and props must now be combined. Some things need to be reworked while others need a complete ...

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Animals that like wet weather

Imagine a place where it rains most of the time. What sort of creatures might live there? This clip shows a very wet place where the animals need lots of water to survive.

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A day at the Geraldton weather station

Do you know what happens at a Bureau of Meteorology weather station? Watch this clip to find out about a regular day at the Geraldton Bureau in Western Australia, including the daily tasks undertaken by a weather scientist.

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Weather and war: the Kokoda Trail, 1942

The Kokoda Campaign was tough. The terrain was steep, the vegetation dense and the enemy close at hand and unseen. And then there was the weather! In this clip from the Weather Quarter, find out how the weather in the winter of 1942 influenced the outcome of one of Australia's most challenging military operations.

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Tracking heatwaves in Australia

A database tracking the last 60 or so years of heatwaves shows that they are getting longer, more frequent and more intense in Australia. In this clip, climate scientist Dr Sarah Perkins-Kirkpatrick explains how and why. Overall, she describes that the biggest increase has been in the frequency of heatwaves in Australia, ...

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East coast floods, Australia 2009

Described as the region's worst flooding for 30 years, the 2009 floods inundated many towns in south-east Queensland and north-eastern New South Wales. The flooding isolated tens of thousands of people and led to many rescues. Watch this clip showing the destruction caused by the floodwater, including its affect on people, ...

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Tornadoes

What sounds like a freight train and can pick a house up off its foundations? Tornadoes! These ferocious weather events can leave a trail of destruction for kilometres. Watch this clip to find out how they form, where they occur, and how their intensity is measured. You will also see incredible footage of real-life tornadoes ...