BTN- Natural disasters


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This BTN  explained natural disasters in some of the poorer parts of our world. It mentioned how when the news reports a big natural disaster but when they stop reporting it doesn’t always mean it is over. In 2010 a massive flood occurred in Pakistan. It caused a lot of danger to residents. It also explained the needs to survive in one of these dangerous disasters.

  • In 2004 a tsunami hit Asia. The wave killed more than 230 thousand people.k
  • Some of the top priorities for the army/ life- savers were to save lives and rescue people who were trapped or stranded.
  • In Pakistan, more than 1.5 thousand died.u


  • What is the most dangerous natural disaster?
  • how to the people in a natural disaster cope and survive?


  • I now understand the causes and effects of a natural disaster and how badly they can damage a country.

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  1. Some 200,000 children in the UK are obese when they leave primary education these days. The problem is grave and complex but bad diet and lack of exercise are two of the main reasons why the trend is worsening. Add to that the pre-occupation with smart phones and television and it is obvious that children do not exercise as much as they did in the past. Perhaps they should try some actual sports rather than tapping away on a keyboard?
    With that in mind many schools over here have introduced walk (or run) a mile a day into the school regime. Seems like a plan!
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