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Tuesday, March 04, 2008

3. 'There were pieces of the mountain in your eyes...'

Categories:Environmental Hazards
I heard the song from the video below recently, and while I don't think you'll be racing to i-tunes to download it, it has led me to a reprisal of an idea I use every year during the environmental hazards topic. We are nearly finished looking at Mt St Helens, the textbook case study. We started watching a video which was interviewing survivors, and already, less than five minutes in, I've stopped the tape umpteen times to remind you about important case study points- so why not write a poem or a song to help you remember your case study better? I don't know whether to limit you to a sonnet or let you write free verse ;-)


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