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PowToon Reflection – Instructions
1. Choose a desirable location to live and provide appropriate and sufficient
geographic evidence and well-reasoned arguments, to support opinions
and conclusions regarding your choice of location in relation to natural
2. Communicate the results of your geographic inquiry and/or investigation,
using appropriate terms and concepts in a PowToon presentation
approximately 1-2 minutes in length (4-6 slides).
Note: the purpose of this assignment is for you to reflect on what you have
learned in the natural hazards unit and apply it to a real-life scenario.
Your presentation must include:
The name of your desired location with a map that displays the location
A summary of the natural hazards that effect your desired location, and
the level of threat that they pose to the location (include a photo that
depicts the natural hazard
A summary of the human activities in place to increase/decrease the
potential risks associated with the natural hazards in your desired location
(include a photo that depicts these human activities e.g., early warning
An explanation/justification of why you have chosen this location in
relation to natural hazards (e.g., what natural hazards are you avoiding by
choosing this location? What has been done to increase/decrease the
potential threat of natural disasters in this area? How does the location
you have chosen to live compare to the location that you live in currently?)
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