Hurricane Sandy

Sep 6, 2015
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Find the "Hurricane Sandy Recovery" folder on this list. Choose an article to read. Annotate it after you either log in to Crocodoc or put your name in the box in the upper right hand corner of each document.

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Teaching Hurricane Sandy: Ideas and Resources »

Ways to bring this enormous storm and its aftermath into science, history, math, journalism, language arts, media studies and civics classrooms. How are you teaching about Hurricane Sandy?

Eight Classroom Resources to Help Teach About Hurricane Sandy »

Edutopia's editorial assistant shares some great primary sources for helping kids understand the forces behind hurricanes and other natural disasters.


I’m not sure what they add up to yet, but I’m ready to offer a few stories in response to Hurricane Sandy. Maybe you can help us make them count. Two weeks after Sandy, in a front page article of The New York Times, Raymond Hernandez writes what those of us who live in the New York-New Jersey area...

"Jersey Shore Storm Survivors Face Uncertain Future," by ALIX SPIEGEL [9 min 52 secs] All Things Considered, NPR, November 6, 2012. Annotate this story: